Tourmaster Polar-Tex 2.0 Gloves are made of sturdy polyester with goat leather for grip and are waterproof for wet weather riding. Whether you're riding a motorcycle, ATV or snowmobile, these are perfect for cold weather with their Thinsulate insulation and a fleece lining for added warmth. Tourmaster Polar-Tex 2.0 Gloves have an integrated throttle guard and an adjustable wrist band to keep them snug while you're enjoying your ride.
Tourmaster Polar-Tex 2.0 Gloves Mens details:
600 denier polyester and goatskin leather construction
100 gram 3M Thinsulate™ Flex insulation
Goatskin leather palm and thumb with padded palm patch
Soft, polyester fleece inner lining
Waterproof and breathable barrier
Leather throttle guard between the thumb and index finger
Floating knuckle design and articulated fingers
Adjustable wrist closure with an elasticized wrist band
Pre-curved palm and fingers
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Not worth the price - zewerw TX
Recommended by Reviewer: No
Pros: fairly warm to 38 degrees
Cons: not waterproof...
right out the gate I pulled off one of the plastic tips on the gauntlet drawstrings while tightening them down on the first wear... the first major downpour I was in the gloves just got more and more soaked so much so they became heavy on my hands, not to mention the fact that the more they got soaked the water seeped thru and it was a cold ride about 42 degrees that day which takes me about 30 mins to make so by the time I got home, my hands were numb and very much in pain, took me about an hour to warm my hands back up completely... I DO NOT recommend this product for rain... in the cold they do ok by themselves down to about 40 Deg and with liners down to about 30 deg... but not with heavy downpours.
Not a good choice - lwbclark
Recommended by Reviewer: No
Pros: Windbreak on back of hand is effective
Cons: NOT waterproof, poorly executed liner
Do not believe the product description I bought these as warm gloves for wet weather. While they are wam when used on my electric grips they are not waterproof. I think water resistant would be an exaggeration. The gloves are well insulated and might be ok for cool dry weather but they are no good for any level of rain. To make things worse, the liner is not well attached to the shell and the material sticks to wet skin like glue. This means that, if your hands, are at all wet or the glove has soaked through and you're putting it back on you have to fight to get them on and the liner will bunch up. I'll be replacing these with a Klim set.
To determine your proper glove size, measure from the saddle of your thumb and index finger across your hand. Measurements (in inches) should be at the widest point of your palm.
|Tourmaster Glove Sizing Chart|
|MEASUREMENT||2.5 In||3 In||3.5 In||4 In||4.5 In||5 In||5.5 In|
|US SIZE||Size 7||Size 8||Size 9||Size 10||Size 11||Size 12||Size 13|
Please use this chart as a guide only. Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.
For optimum fit and control, be sure the gloves fit snug. The manufacturer suggests the consideration of weight distribution, body proportion, and garment design when selecting a suitable size.
The sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit. However, we are happy to assist you with any needed exchanges.