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New 2014 Winter Riding Gloves: Weather Protection, plus Touch

Posted by Rhonda Hurwitz

Oct 11, 2014 1:06:00 PM

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It's about to start getting cold out there. 

The only thing between you and hands that are chilled to the bone, is a good winter riding glove.

You might like good touchscreen winter gloves -- built with plenty of weather protection.

Why touchscreen? Because when it freezing outside, it really sucks to take your gloves off to check messages, make a call or swipe the GPS.

Winter touchscreen motorcycle gloves are designed to keep warmth in, and keep cold, wind and wet out.

Here are tips for cold weather riding, and 2 new gloves that'll do the trick. 

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Topics: Winter Motorcycle Gloves, Touch Screen Gloves

Tech Gloves Guide: Touch Screen Gloves, for Every Season

Posted by Rhonda Hurwitz

Sep 13, 2014 2:01:00 PM

touchCombining tech with riding brings up an interesting debate among motorcycle riders.

Some say: “Leave the phone and distractions at home and ENJOY the ride.”

On the other hand, A recent reviewer of one of our leather touch screen gloves said:

“Wish I had these on my cross-country ride … no more holding one glove between my teeth!”

If you ride with a GPS or smart phone – and today, that’s most of us -- touch screen-enabled gloves can be a really nice feature.

Like anything, there are lots of choices. Here’s how to find the right touch glove for your needs and budget.

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Topics: Touch Screen Gloves

Choosing Summer Motorcycle Gloves for Comfort in the Heat

Posted by Rhonda Hurwitz

May 7, 2014 1:17:00 PM

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Days are getting warmer ... so this is a good time to check your summer gear and see if it's road worthy.

Summer motorcycle riding gloves can:

  • Protect your hands from sunburn, pebbles, rocks and bugs, and the unlikely unplanned get off.

  • Make your hands feel more comfortable while you ride.

  • Give you better grip of your controls.
Here's how to choose summer motorcycle gloves that make hot weather rides safer and more comfortable.
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Topics: Touch Screen Gloves, Summer motorcycle riding, Gel Palm Gloves, fingerless motorcycle gloves, Vented/Mesh Motorcycle Gloves, Summer Motorcycle Gloves

Touch Screen Gloves: What If Your Devices Fail?

Posted by Rhonda Hurwitz

Mar 28, 2014 11:16:00 AM

Touch Screen Gloves Are Great, just plan for the worst when electronic devices Fail

Touch Screen devices -- and touch screen gloves --  are great for their convenience.

But as riders, we know that our electronics are not always going to be useful.  The Coast Gurard has a motto:  ALWAYS READY ... and the Scouts say "BE PREPARED" ...

Always be ready for that moment when your touch screen is not going to be there for you.

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The Next Generation of Touch Screen Gloves For Motorcycle Riders

Posted by Rhonda Hurwitz

Mar 6, 2014 12:20:00 AM

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What touchscreen devices or apps are essential while on the road?

How many times have you been riding, and pulled over to consult your GPS?  Or perhaps there's a weather or traffic app on your iphone that you needed to check.

More and more, we rely on our touchscreen devices, and touchscreen gloves are a great option for tapping, swiping and scrolling.

They keep hands comfortable and protected, and make these devices easier to use on the road.

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Motorcycle Glove Manufacturer Introduces New Touch Screen Gloves

Posted by admin

Jul 27, 2012 4:16:00 PM

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We're excited to announce a new and improved Touch Screen Motorcycle Gloves with Next Generation touch screen technology, for both men and women.

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Topics: Touch Screen Gloves

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