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Sadly I bought them. Very pricey for the quality. I thought they would be the perfect blend of comfort, dexterity, and protection. The quality control in the ones I got sucked. I have however heard that the worked on the quality a bit. The fingers were curved for use around the bars, but they were also curved side to side as well.

Personally I would spend the same kind of money on a set of Held's or some other reputable brand.


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I liked the idea of the Outlast lining it is supposed to take the heat from the grips and transfer it around the glove. Sounded warm. I will try and find some to try on and see if fit is better now. thanks for the reply.
 

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In all fairness, it seems that completely redid these gloves. Mine are unlined deersking. They are very comfortable, but not warm enough sometimes. I assume the lined versions would take care of that.

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Here is another opinion on the Lee Parks gloves. I have 2 pairs and both are extremely well made and fit terrific. Extremely comfortable and seem to adapt to the tempatures. I do not have the winter gloves that you are referring to but intend to get a pair. So far I have had a great experience. Lee even takes the orders when you call in.
Have attached a link that gives an unbiased review of the model you are asking about.
www.webbikeworld.com/motorcycle-gloves/deerskin-insulated/
If you get a pair, let me know how you like them.
Cheers
 
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