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For just about a hundred bucks, the Alpinestars Corozal Drystar Gloves represent a great value for short-cuffed, waterproof winter gloves that deliver a lot of protection while preserving a high level of flexibility and tactile response on the controls.

With a textile outer on the top and a nice goatskin leather palm that is strong but supple, and double-layered along the outer edge of the hand, Alpinestars put the money in the right places to keep the price tag manageable. That critical outer hand area is reinforced by memory foam pads, along with the base of the palm and the top of the thumb. Hard knuckle protectors and Alpinestars’ patented pinky finger bridge and round out a protective package that hits all the key points.

Featuring 100 gram Thinsulate insulation on the top of the hand, they’re just right for our fairly mild Northern California winter days. They probably won’t cut it in the early hours of the morning or when the sun goes down, so...

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For just about a hundred bucks, the Alpinestars Corozal Drystar Gloves represent a great value for short-cuffed, waterproof winter gloves that deliver a lot of protection while preserving a high level of flexibility and tactile response on the controls.

With a textile outer on the top and a nice goatskin leather palm that is strong but supple, and double-layered along the outer edge of the hand, Alpinestars put the money in the right places to keep the price tag manageable. That critical outer hand area is reinforced by memory foam pads, along with the base of the palm and the top of the thumb. Hard knuckle protectors and Alpinestars’ patented pinky finger bridge and round out a protective package that hits all the key points.

Featuring 100 gram Thinsulate insulation on the top of the hand, they’re just right for our fairly mild Northern California winter days. They probably won’t cut it in the early hours of the morning or when the sun goes down, so if you’re looking for something a bit warmer for your commute, check out something like the Rev’It Borealis GTX Gloves, featuring Primaloft Gold insulation.

Alpinestars Corozal Drystar Gloves Features

  • Constructed with stretch polyamide fabric on the upper and a goatskin leather palm
  • Waterproof and breathable Alpinestars Drystar membrane
  • Memory foam padding on the base of the palm and outer edge of the hand for impact and abrasion resistance
  • Alpinestars’ patented pinky finger bridge prevents finger separation in a crash
  • Hard knuckle protector and sliders on top of fingers
  • Touchscreen-friendly index finger
  • Pre-curved fingers
  • Neoprene cuff with Velcro closure
  • Visor wiper on thumb
  • Available in sizes: S-3XL
  • Price: $109.99

 

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