Here's a review of the best glove analyses that we made this 2016.
Dainese Carbon D1 Long
Starting with the entry model of the Dainese sports range: the Carbon D1 Long. Made with three types of leather and including carbon and polyurethane protections, the Carbon D1 Long are sports gloves that afford great feel for riding around the roads as well as for an eventual track entry. And they also have a great quality-price ratio.
Alpinestars Jet Road Gore-Tex
The Alpinestars Jet Road Gore-Tex gloves are real kings of the road. These touring gloves have the superb Gore-Tex waterproof membrane, as well as a double sleeve on the wrist, for perfect insulation. The multi-layer structure affords faultless thermal protection. Also the palm made of leather affords more feel than other textile winter gloves. The Jet Road Gore-Tex hold their own whatever the weather or distance.
The Dainese X-Strike are one of the novelties of this year. Very comfortable leather gloves with a short cuff and a sporty touch. The quality of the materials is complemented by the titanium knuckle guard and other elements which represent the latest in Dainese safety. Elegant and practical gloves for everyday use.
Alpinestars SP Air
The SP Air highly ventilated leather sports gloves. The leather has numerous microperforations and also includes air inlets on the fingers. The result is a pair of sports gloves perfect for summer, also thanks to the superb TPU protections on the knuckles and palm, fruit of Alpinestar’s race experience.