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What do you guys up north wear?
 

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I saw a post about some sinfully cheap, waterproof, insulated gauntlet gloves at Tractor Supply that one of the board members love. This was in the last few days. Might have been on the other board.

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polar tex made by tourmaster

theyare waterproof,

good into the 30s

about $45-$50

they cover the jacker sleeves very well, and have a draw string to tighen up the cuffs, and velcro to tighten the fit as well


and then gerbings electric gloves any colder than that
 

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Perhaps your Very smart gay friend can help. Whisper in his ear.:lol:
 

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azblackbird said:
What do you guys up north wear?

Put some heated grips on it.. :shock: :shock:

Then you won't leave them at home, when you need them. :wink:



later..Randy
 

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mr.b said:
Perhaps your Very smart gay friend can help. Whisper in his ear.:lol:
Sorry Mr. B... but my gay friend is a liberal and is dumber than a box of rocks. He's a nice guy and everything, but he's a little naive when it comes to manly things. Never could figure out why he bought a gold wing though.

Anyway, the tourmasters look like the way to go. They always have good stuff for bikers. :yes1:
 

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www.motoport.com

"Polar AX". Water & wind proof/breathable 'Aerotex' membrane, 'Thinsulate' lining, rubber palm/fingers grip, velcro wrist, gauntlet style. $29.00

I wear them from 25 - 50 F. Excellent dexterity. They even provide warm weather temporary 'down pour' rain protection, to keep leather gloves dry.
 

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Why not go read it here : http://www.motorcyclecruiser.com/access ... omparison/
then make up your own mind? Any of these are great, I've owned several of them and have been satisfied. Even some mentioned here are in this report.

Oh, my best - Held Narvix in very cold weather.
 

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I use hand puppets so I can amuse myself at long red lights.
 

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PoleCat said:
I use hand puppets so I can amuse myself at long red lights.
Are the folks in cages around you amused as well, PC?


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PoleCat said:
I use hand puppets so I can amuse myself at long red lights.
Are the folks in cages around you amused as well, PC?


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Oddly enough they appear to look frightened rather than amused.
 

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Oddly enough they appear to look frightened rather than amused.
Polecat - you bust me up. Thanks for the chuckles.
 

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Thanks for the laugh, now I have to clean the coffee off my keyboard!
 

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PoleCat said:
I use hand puppets so I can amuse myself at long red lights.
Did you meet my Mr. Happy puppet at Wingstock? Chicks dig'im. This is him at work as he makes me some coffee.



For real gloves, MOTOPHORIA
 

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I missed that. I was hoping to get more exposure to you during Wingstock to witness some of your shenanigans in person.
 

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H-man said:
www.motoport.com

"Polar AX". Water & wind proof/breathable 'Aerotex' membrane, 'Thinsulate' lining, rubber palm/fingers grip, velcro wrist, gauntlet style. $29.00

I wear them from 25 - 50 F. Excellent dexterity. They even provide warm weather temporary 'down pour' rain protection, to keep leather gloves dry.
i am tempted to give those motoport gloves a try

interesting if u read the dictionary on the motoport website they pretty much knock thinsulate but then they use it in thier own Polar Ax gloves

do u have anything to say about motoport sizing ? i usually wear X large or sometimes XX large gloves
 
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