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Old 13-Oct-2006, 10:10 PM
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The leather on my gloves has roted, sweaty palms or something in a year. So don't say Daneez as I think there **** now just glad I didn't need them. I riped the palm out when I found the little hole in um.

????????? best gloves Alpinestars GP Tech ???????? I have an hour left so no rush.

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Old 13-Oct-2006, 10:13 PM
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go for spidi's mate can't beat em
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Old 13-Oct-2006, 10:16 PM
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Yep, Spidi's for me too.

Have used Alpinestars for years and years, but bought some Spidi's this season and they're a revelation!!!!!

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Old 13-Oct-2006, 10:22 PM
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Never worn Spidi's but I've worn Alpinestars and they're good.

The gloves I've been racing in are Racer gloves and they are very comfy and wear well. I've been very impressed and they're cheaper than A'stars.

Others, inluding WJB, swear by Held as well and they seem pretty good.
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Old 13-Oct-2006, 11:00 PM
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Have to try the Spidi next time

Got a new pair of GP tech for 100 that's not bad is it?
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Old 13-Oct-2006, 11:04 PM
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Yeah that's good, I think I paid 160 for mine at the start of the season, but they made my hands sore (so I sold them for 120) so I bought the Spidis

Had used the GP Pro's (?) since 2001, but I'm a Spidi fan now.
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You've got soft hands though

And I only use mine for riding me bike I don't do what you do in um.lol

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Old 14-Oct-2006, 09:48 AM
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Held will make to measure for 15% over the off the peg price which seems very reasonable if you have any trouble with a regular fit.

Just waiting for mine now...
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