These gloves have been great so far in temps down to 38. Cant ask for more in a glove.
Tour Master Cold Tex 2.0 Gloves.
Tour Master Gloves Features
- 600 denier polyester upper with padded knuckle protection
- 200g DuPoint Thermolite Plus insulation
- Soft, polyester fleece lining
- Waterproof and breathable barrier
- Goatskin leather palm and thumb with a padded palm patch
- Leather throttle guard between the thumb and idex finger
- Adjustable gauntlet closure
- Elasticized wrist band
Tour Master Gloves Sizing
Please measure across the palm of your hand starting at the top side of the base of your thumb (see image chart) using a cloth tape measure and choose your size from the chart below. Please note all measurements are in inches.
|2.5 In||3 In||3.5 In||4 In||4.5 In||5 In||5.5 In|
|Ladies Small||Ladies Medium||Ladies Large||-||-||-||-|
|Size 7||Size 8||Size 9||Size 10||Size 11||Size 12||Size 13|
|Mens X-Small||Mens Small||Mens Medium||Mens Large||Mens X-Large||Mens XX-Large||Mens XXX-Large|
Most Helpful Reviews :
Got these gloves for my husband for Christmas and he loves them. Said "No more cold hands for me".
Great fit and great features. Took a little getting used to the formed grip but they are very well made, warm and again nice fit. Tested to less than 40F at highway speeds and cold was not an issue.
I have cold hands naturally and needed a warm glove for my 50mile commute to work in the mornings. This pair works perfect for me in the 40-70 degree range. Fingers still get a little cold and numb on those frostier mornings.
Great price, shipped quickly. Very warm. Recently rode at freeway speeds with temps in the low 40's without a problem. Easily slides over the sleeve of my jacket. Highly recommend.
Great gloves. Kept hands warm below 40 degrees. Another time rode in heavy rain for several hours and hands remained dry.
Needed some gloves for cold weather riding (<35 degrees) and the reviews on these gloves looked good so I bought them. Pretty good warmth at 40+ but fingers still get cold below that. Nice quality and will definitely wear them for winter to spring transition riding. Wouldn't recommend them for cold weather riding.
Southeast Georgia has brisk mornings with standing air temperatures in the upper 20s to mid 30s. Add the windchill factor at 50MPH and its a cold commute. These gloves have my hands sweating after a 5.5 mile commute to work. Gloves have the right amount of padding for a comfortable grip.
I like the fit but have not had signigicant cold to comment on how they work. OK down to 4 0 F. at 85 MPH on Tex 130 Toll Road
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Why did you choose this?
I needed gloves that are warmer than leather ones with a liner for winter riding.
Andrew G onMar 26, 2015
good gloves down to about 25-30 degrees, below that finger tips get a little cold, but not bad
Roger S onDec 13, 2014