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PostSubject: Motoport/Cycleport Kevlar Gloves   Fri Apr 24, 2009 10:01 pm

I have been using a thick pair of leather work gloves.
Well I recently ordered and receive Motoport/Cycleport Kevlar Gloves ( http://www.motoport.com/_product_35446/Kevlar_Racing_Glove ).

Here is an excerpt

Here is a very comfortable glove that is 10 times stronger than leather. It is far lighter, has higher tear/abrasion, stronger seams and more breathable than leather and is machine washable. It will never lose tear/abrasion strength even after washing numerous times in a machine.
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The
entire glove breathes better than even perforated leather. Cycleport's
blended Kevlar materials do not absorb heat like leather or nylon. The
gloves stay much cooler than leather when exposed to sunlight.


I will test them this week.
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PostSubject: Re: Motoport/Cycleport Kevlar Gloves   Fri May 08, 2009 1:15 pm

I'll be interested to hear what you think of them. I have a pair of nearly worn-out Joe Rocket gloves with some extra padding over the knuckles but I'm thinking of replacing them. New Enough has great stuff. Picked up a ballistic jacket (wanted one to cover my Gerbing liner) for $40 last year, brand new, got it in about 4 days.
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