Item Code: TourmasterDriMeshGlovesMen Brand: Tour Master Color: Black Material: Mesh/Goatskin Leather Gender: Men's
Waterproof, breathable internal barrier allows for the passage of air and perspiration, while remaining completely water tight
Comfortable, abrasion-resistant Armor-Link mesh backhand and fingers, with perforated goatskin leather accents and stretch Lycra® forchettes
Durable, reinforced, perforated goatskin leather palm, with light EVA foam padding to reduce shock and vibration
Pre-curved palm and fingers improve comfort and dexterity, and help to reduce hand fatigue
Armor-Link mesh and perforated goat skin leather combine with a hook and loop wrist closure for a well-ventilated and secure cuff
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.
Comment: Didn't have the chance to try them on rain yet but they're windproof so I guess water won't get in aswell. But I bought it a little small, should have ordered Large instead of Medium, it still fits but it's a tight fit.
Tourmaster Dri Mesh Gloves
Comment: Since a nasty little incident several years ago I've tried to keep a pair of waterproof gloves on my bike at all times. When I bought them these seemed like they would do the trick but I couldn't get caught in the rain with them to check them out. Finally, to make sure I would be OK with them, I put them on and got in the shower with them. They are waterproof as stated and will do the trick nicely when in the rain. I think they would make a good general purpose riding glove too but I don't use them for that. All I wanted was a light waterproof glove that would let me ride out of trouble when I get caught in the rain.
TourMaster Dri - Mesh gloves
Comment: Bought XL - fit as expected, good quality as TourMaster always seems to do. I would definitely recommend these gloves.
Tourmaster Drimesh Glove Review
Comment: These were great for my cross the country bike trip in August. They fit well when I ordered a size up. They could be even better with a longer "skirt" area for your lower arm/wrist to prevent rain from getting in. Add a glove liner and these are good for cooler weather.
Comment: Great price on terrific gloves. The fit is nice and the warmth is perfect while not causing my hands to sweat. They breathe nicely and provide the warmth I need.
Great Summer Gloves
Comment: Recently purchased and have worn a few times. They are indeed waterproof. The lining keeps your hands cool and dry. Nice warmer weather riding gloves. Although I wore them on a 45 degree day and my hands didn't get cold. Follow the TourMaster sizing guide and you will have the right fit whether your a man or woman. The seams on the tips of the fingers seemed a bit big when I first put them on but after using them I didn't notice them. Velcro cuffs are flared slightly so they close nicely over wrists of jacket.
Today we’re going to look at a pair of gloves for every riding condition,
from a variety of different pricepoints, from a variety of manufacturers.
The first pair is from an apparel company called River Road. River Road
specializes in cruiser apparel and makes everything from Jackets to gloves and
boots. The Hollister glove is one of your favorites. These fingerless gloves
have an all leather construction with padded palms, vented knuckles, an
expansion seem on the top of the hand, and an adjustable hook and loop closure
at the wrist. These are perfect for hot weather riding. The design promotes cool
comfortable hands while maintaining a firm grip on the handlebars…
Another one of your favorite warm weather gloves are these 29’ers from Icon.
This is a glove that offers excellent breathability from the large cell mesh
construction and finger vents on the top of the hand, but also sneaks a fair
amount of protection in there with their padded Battlehide goatskin leather
palms and padded knuckle protection. They also feature reinforced areas all the
way around the finger tips, and an adjustable hook and loop strap at the wrist
for added comfort. I own a pair of these gloves myself for around town riding
and I agree with you, they’re great.
The next glove on your list is sort of a hybrid style glove. This Drymesh glove
from TourMaster combines the breathability of an all mesh glove with a
waterproof, breathable membrane to keep your hands dry. This membrane makes this
a great solution in all sorts of different riding conditions. The top of the
hand is well vented and protected by this abrasion resistant Armor-Link mesh
material. The palm is constructed using perforated goatskin with padded areas
for vibration absorption. Cool when you want to be cool? – Dry when you want to
be dry? Believe me, I get it.
Next, we have hands down one of the best values in motorcycle gloves you’ll find
anywhere. These are the GL2068 Naked Leather riding gloves available exclusively
from Jafrum. These gloves are made of very high quality naked cowhide leather
making them incredibly soft. They are windproof but the full aniline leather is
breathable, which allows water vapor to escape, which keeps your hands from
getting overly sweaty. The glove features a reinforced panel on the palm and
thumb and a dual hook and loop strap for added style and an adjustable fit. If
you are not yet familiar with this glove, check out the listing for the 2068’s.
You’re going to think the price is a typo.
These next few pairs of gloves are the favorites of some of our more aggressive
riders. Whether it’s speed, or adverse riding conditions that get their blood
pumping, these guys and gals are in need of gloves with a little something
For the street sport rider, our customers love the Joe Rocket Sonic Gloves.
These gloves have a high level of protection that comes from the reinforced
knuckles, padded fingers and gauntlet, and the all leather construction with
reinforced areas on the palms and thumb. They have the aggressive look of a race
glove, but with less bulk, making them perfect for the streets. The dual strap
on the gauntlet provides rider and gear specific adjustability, and the low
price is no doubt a big factor in their popularity.
This next glove is definitely not a price point glove. This is a glove for the
rider looking for the best. This is an ultra-premium, top of the line offering
from Alpinestars, the GP Pro Race Glove. This customer is in need of the most
protection that a pair of gloves can possibly offer, to ensure that he or she
stays as competitive as possible on the racetrack. These GP Pros feature an all
leather construction with a full kangaroo palm, thermoplastic urethane knuckle
and hand protection, a bridged pinky and ring finger, and a full Kevlar
reinforced liner. For added comfort, the seams on the palm side fingers are on
the exterior, and the thumb has an accordion style stretch panel for mobility.
Lastly we have the favorite of the inclement weather riding elite, the Venture
Heat Epic 2.0 Battery Heated Gloves. These are top of the line heated gloves
that are designed to heat your hands in the nastiest riding conditions, using
the included 7.4 volt battery packs. After a full charge of the batteries, you
can install them into the gloves by simply plugging them in and sliding them
into their pockets on the gloves. This is one of my favorite battery designs
because connecting two slim cells together side by side allows this now flexible
battery pack to lay nice and flat against your wrist. The heat level is
controlled with this button on the back of the hand. Green is warm, yellow is
warmer, and red is molten lava hot. I use the high setting to warm the gloves
initially, then turn them down to yellow once they get to temp. These are
primarily a textile glove, but they do have reinforced leather palms. They also
feature these patches on the index finger and thumb that are able to manipulate
a capacitive type touch screen on a phone or tablet. My personal favorite
feature of the Epic 2.0’s is their availability. We have them in stock, you see.
Many of the heated glove models of other brands are very difficult to find after
the New Year, and they don’t become available again until late October.