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Old 11-Oct-2004, 11:21 AM
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Dainese T-Age when its dry, they look like great protection although I've not found out yet fortunately ! They were a but a bit pricey and don't react well to getting caught out in the rain - they dry like cardboard !

I've got a pair of Dainese Goretex things for the wet, they're cheap (always in a sale somewhere cos no one wants winter-type gloves) light but a bit slippy on the levers etc when it dries
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Old 11-Oct-2004, 01:00 PM
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Another Held convert here, courtesy of GLF in Flitwick. Had them all summer, they are superb. Best gloves I've ever had. As people have said before they're superb quality without an inflated 'designer name' price tag. I got the top of the range ones for 104. Bargain

Winter gloves? Frank Thomas Aqua, I've had two pairs now 'cos I lost the left hand glove of the first pair. Cheap, cheerful, warm, dry. I don't ask any more of winter gloves.
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Old 11-Oct-2004, 01:06 PM
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gp pro's for me too, no off's in them yet but feel great.

[Edited on 11-10-2004 by dickieducati]

Well I have crash tested mine

... and they're fine - very good quality. Kevlar stitched roo-skin.
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Old 11-Oct-2004, 02:57 PM
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Pair of Hein Gericke Pro Sport race style ones. Cost about 50 and saved my pinkies in a 50mph accident. Only damage was some blood staining where my finger nail bent back... And I'd just had them painted too.....

Darren
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Old 11-Oct-2004, 03:06 PM
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Pair of Hein Gericke Pro Sport race style ones. Cost about 50 and saved my pinkies in a 50mph accident. Only damage was some blood staining where my finger nail bent back... And I'd just had them painted too.....

Darren

What make of leather trousers were you wearing? Did they stop your tights from laddering?
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Old 12-Oct-2004, 01:14 PM
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Could not get away with any of the alpine stars gloves,they made my little finger really uncomfortable, Tried the texport tx-1 gloves for a day and they felt really good but i went for the new Dainese speed metals in the end as they matched my suit and felt the most comfortable.
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Old 13-Oct-2004, 10:55 AM
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Thanks folks. I took a look at the Held website and decided to order a pair. Good to see so many replies, although i am concerned when a biker worries about breaking a nail.

Cheers all,

Ade.
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Old 13-Oct-2004, 12:51 PM
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although i am concerned when a biker worries about breaking a nail.

Cheers all,

Ade.

But it hurt.....
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Old 13-Oct-2004, 02:06 PM
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There there......
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Old 15-Oct-2004, 11:23 AM
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The Held gloves arrived yesterday, and all I can say is wow, what a wicked looking pair of gloves! The kango hide feels so good, can't wait to get out with them tomorrow, and I'm really impressed with how high up the wrist they come, something that I struggle with my current pair. Thanks again for pushing me towards Held - don't think I'll look away for a while now!!

For those without the know, here are some links...

Held official site:
http://www.held-biker-fashion.de/sit...and&lg=e&self=

I bought them in grey (although they still have some yellow stiching around the Held logo) from Bike-Smart: http://www.bike-smart.co.uk/acatalog/

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