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Tour Master Winter Elite II MT Gloves - 8427-0205-09

  • Part #:
    3571575XXXL
  • Manufacturer Part #:
    8427-0205-09
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Overview of Tour Master Winter Elite II MT Gloves - 8427-0205-09

  • Grade A water-resistant goatskin and sheepskin leather provides comfort and durability
  • 6.5 oz. Exkin AiR&Reg; insulation with a layer of aluminized fabric provides warmth and durability
  • A waterproof and breathable barrier by HiPora®
  • mcFit® (MT) technology liner offers maximum comfort and fit
  • Pre-curved palm and fingers match the shape of grips to ease hand fatigue
  • YKK® velcro wrist adjustments with TPR pull for easy operation
  • Forehand, knuckle and finger expansion panels for added flexibility
  • Thumb mounted shield wipe
  • Built in nylon polar cover stores in zippered pocket when not in use
  • Reflective material on wrist cuff for added visibility

Specs for Tour Master Winter Elite II MT Gloves - 8427-0205-09

Age Adult
Color Black
Color - Primary Black
Gender Men's
Type Gloves - Cold Weather
U.S. Size XXX-Large
Units Pair
Weight 1.10 lbs

Specs for Tour Master Winter Elite II MT Gloves - 8427-0205-09

Age Adult
Color Black
Color - Primary Black
Gender Men's
Type Gloves - Cold Weather
U.S. Size XXX-Large
Units Pair
Weight 1.10 lbs

Tour Master Sizing Information

How to size
UNISEX SYNERGY 2.0 HEATED GLOVES
SIZE (IN.) XS S M L XL XXL XXXL
PALM CIRCUMFERENCE 6-6.5 7-7.5 8-8.5 9-9.5 10-10.5 11-11.5 12-12.5

Fitment for Tour Master Winter Elite II MT Gloves - 8427-0205-09

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Part 3571575XXXL fits the following machines

3.5 / 5.0
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4.5 / 5
Value
4.5 / 5
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4 / 5
Value
5 / 5
Warmest, Most Comfortable Gloves I've Experienced
I like to ride and although here in North Georgia we rarely get snow, it does get cold. These are warm, comfortable gloves that I wear, and like, a lot.

Short of heated gear, I have extremely warm clothing. Personally, I think it's harder to keep your hands warm than anything. There's a four lane, limited access loop that circles Athens, GA,where I live.

One morning last winter it was in the mid-20s. I don't like to ride when it's *that* cold, and wouldn't ride all day. However, it temperatures were going up into at least the low 40s later in the day, I might start out if it was 25.

As a test, I put on my warmest clothing, including the Winter Elite gloves, and did two laps - a total of about 50 miles - around the by-pass loop that circles the town where I live.. Traffic was light and I went as fast as 85, but averaged about 70 - about a forty minute ride. I was comfortable, except for some reason the fingers in my left hand had started to become numb from the cold. I have no idea why only my left hand was affected.

Tourmaster also sells glove liners, which I subsequently purchased. The fit is tight, but the extra layer of insulation provided by the glove liners seems to have solved the numb finger problem.

I have not had a chance to try built-in waterproof nylon cover that is stored is a pouch on the back of each glove. The design certainly appears clever.

I believe if you ride long enough, you'll eventually fall. We don't know when or why or how, but it would be folly to think that we're the one rider in a hundred who will never go down. I try and dress to fall whenever I ride, but especially if I'm going for a long ride. In warmer weather I wear a pair of Dianese gloves that have great hand protection, especially across the knuckles. I would feel more comfortable in the Winter Elite gloves if they had more protection, especially in the knuckles and along the sides next to your little fingers.

But to be clear, I do like and recommend these gloves. Few products are perfect and I offer this critique in a most constructive spirit.
January 3, 2016
Quality
5 / 5
Value
4 / 5
Extend Riding Season
Dennis Kirk was the only place I could find these and they were excellent to deal with. Gloves arrived sooner than promised with all original packaging, etc. Overall quality is good. In addition to the stitching, the curves in the fingers are supported by a bonding material in finger bottom section that touches the handlebar. In my opinion, this is not needed. It's uncomfortable and the added stiffness may reduce circulation. I wear size XL and have never had a problem with other gloves but with my fingertips inserted toward the end of the gloves the creases in the gloves between the finger pockets press against my skin. The length of the fingers must be slightly longer than most other gloves. Not a big deal other than the fact that any restriction reduces circulation and warmth. Hopefully once these break in a bit they will feel better. In terms of cold weather riding on a 30 minute commute in 37F my hands froze. 40F with glove liners and hands also froze although not as bad. 38F with the polar covers wrapped around the gloves and what a difference. I added 10 minutes to the end of the ride. Hands were starting to get cold but the polar covers made an incredible difference. The gloves alone are no better than other cold weather gloves but adding the polar covers and you can get by without heated gloves. Combined with hand deflectors, I'm able to make it through a morning commute. However, I've seen motorcycle muffs for $10-$15 that would likely do the same thing for a fraction of the cost. Heated gloves are a pain but if you want true warmth, they're worth the hassle and cost.
February 28, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
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