Introducing the Aeromoto solution to Cold Weather waterproof armored gloves. The GTS motorcycle gloves will keep you not only protected on a cold weather ride, but comfortable and warm as well. These GTS gloves feature a host of protective features including extensive use of armor and sliders, double layers of leather in key areas and double closures to keep the gloves on your hand when it matters. Add in the insulation and a waterproof liner and you have a great fall to spring glove.
Constructed of cowhide aniline leather with superior high tear strength threshold
Internal foam padding on back of hand
Hipora membrane allowing the glove to be both waterproof and breathable
Leather reinforced palm, thumb, and pinky finger
Extra palm pads positioned on outer side of hand, thumb and wrist area
TPU Molded Plastic armor with shock absorbing memory foam on knuckles
Palm reinforcements with silicone imprinting for improved grip
TPU Finger armor
Velcro wrist closure with leather deflection
Easy velcro closure for gauntet with Aeromoto logos
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Aeromoto GTS - Victor S CA
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Very nice very we'll made
These gloves are very fells so good on your hand very well made if you ride when it's cold these gloves will keep your hands very warm I'm so happy I got the gloves thanks
My First Winter Gloves - compaccttaw CA
Recommended by Reviewer: Yes
Pros: Warm, Sturdy Protection, True to Size.
Cons: Slightly Bulky, Difficult to Tighten Over Sleeve.
Background info The only other pair of gloves I can compare this to are my Joe Rocket Supermoto 2.0's. My old commute to work consists about half a mile of local streets then 10 miles of freeway. Prior to purchasing these gloves, the average commute would be fine with the JR at just above 40 F without windchill at a range of 20-75 mph. Once temperatures dropped below 40 F, I realized the importance of keeping your hands warm while riding. The cold air at even 20 mph was noticeable, but the numbness that occurred half way on the freeway was near unbearable. I had no sensation in my ring fingers and pinkies, the back of my hands became dry, chapped, and bled on a few spots. After a couple more days of commuting with the JR at mid 30 F I had enough. I slipped on a pair of knit gloves and it made all the difference, the cold became tolerable. Now onto the Aeromoto GTS WInter Waterproof Insulated GlovesThese gloves are warm, hot even I rode with them at night around mid 30 F and these gloves kept my digits toasty Although bulky at first compared to my JR, I quickly got used to the thickness from the insulation. I was still able to access all the controls easily and had no trouble with the throttle as well. My only gripe is the adjustment of the gauntlet velcro closure, mind you the velcro wrist closure was fine even with the leather deflection. I tuck my sleeves in as there is no way to wear these gloves with my sleeves over them. The trouble I have is when I try to tighten the gauntlet velcro closure, I can not pull the strap tight enough for a nice, tight fit even when I'm putting on the first glove. Besides that one flaw, I believe it's secure enough to ride with as long as the wrist closure is tight. I initially was looking at other more expensive winter gloves but none were as attractive as these, just look at all the features I would highly recommend these gloves at the sale price. Worth every penny.