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alpinestars gore-text gloves - anybody have these?

i'm looking to replace an older pair of a* gloves, they don't make the ones I currently have.


Does anybody have any of these? I want a summer gore-tex glove. Nothing too insulated (nothing near a winter glove). I'd like to see which of these are the 'thinnest'.....

Here's a link to what I'm comparing.



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i'm looking to replace an older pair of a* gloves, they don't make the ones I currently have.


Does anybody have any of these? I want a summer gore-tex glove. Nothing too insulated (nothing near a winter glove). I'd like to see which of these are the 'thinnest'.....



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how does these gloves performs ? I am actually not a big fan of alpine.
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whatch out with goretex...it stops working if it gets clogged up with dirt or too much dust..maybe they have some perforated gloves in their offer
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how does these gloves performs ? I am actually not a big fan of alpine.

Contact Helimot in San Jose, Ca. He has the best for what you are interested in.
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Contact Helimot in San Jose, Ca. He has the best for what you are interested in.
im just curious. I will stick with Held and icon super duty gloves
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im just curious. I will stick with Held and icon super duty gloves
Held did make the best road gloves until Helimot upped the ante.His crash protection is the best.
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Held did make the best road gloves until Helimot upped the ante.His crash protection is the best.
ic. i am taking a look at the website now
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ic. i am taking a look at the website now

Give him a call...he's a personal friend.
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