We’ve all been there. The forecast is dire, and you have 300 miles left to ride on your tour. Or maybe the forecast was for sun with the possibility of scattered showers, but the horizon is looking like a freight train of wetness. Regardless, you’re gonna need some waterproof gear. In this article, we’re looking at waterproof gloves, and we’ve tried to cover the gamut of what’s available from rain covers to all-day touring fare.
The key to the best waterproof motorcycle gloves is a breathable waterproof membrane. Most people will immediately think of Gore-Tex, which remains the gold standard. However, the other waterproofing membranes on the market are getting progressively better. So, come on in, the water’s fine! We’ve got your rain gloves right here.
Aerostich Triple Digit Covers – $47
You say you like the gloves you’re wearing, but they’re not waterproof? Aerostich has the solution for you. The Triple Digit Covers are made from 3.5 oz/sq yd 40d 3 layer breathable-waterproof ripstop nylon, which breathes enough during rain conditions so your skin won’t become clammy. The covers are oversized and slip easily over your regular gloves. Additionally, they pack away very small since the crash protection is in your regular riding gloves. You have two gauntlet options – both secured by an elastic drawcord with a tethered cordlock. The long gauntlet version goes over your jacket sleeves, while the short will fit inside them. The Aerostich Triple Digit Covers are available in either orange or black in sizes M-XL.
Alpinestars Stella Andes Drystar Gloves – $120
Alpinestars steps up with a pair of insulated, waterproof gloves for female riders. Built to handle riding duties from touring to commuting, the Stella Andes Drystar Gloves feature 150g Thinsulate on the …read more
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