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Old 30-06-17, 14:19
greatescape greatescape is offline
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Summer gloves. ..?

Any recommendations for a summer / lightweight glove....anyone tried the Klim Dakar glove..? Always made do with the same gloves all year round before, but my hands are cooked lately! Steve
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Old 01-07-17, 11:20
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Any recommendations for a summer / lightweight glove....anyone tried the Klim Dakar glove..? Always made do with the same gloves all year round before, but my hands are cooked lately! Steve
Revit Sand 3 Gloves...
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Old 01-07-17, 12:12
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Revit Sand 3 Gloves...
They look nice. I'd like a glove with a bit more palm padding than my Troy Lee ones. I get blisters when doing wheelies, and I have to use neoprene palm protectors. It would be nice to skip the palm protectors and get a bit more protection as well.
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Old 10-04-18, 09:56
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Have a look into the Knox Orsa Range;

https://www.planet-knox.com/product/orsa-mx-gloves/

Really great protection and nice quality whilst being cool and lightweight, infact I have worn them all winter too and they have been ok with my heated grips and bark busters!
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