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post #1 of 14 Old 02-21-2014, 08:18 PM Thread Starter
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SUMMER GLOVE DEAL!

SUMMER GLOVE DEAL! I bought mine in 2009 and wear them daily 8 months a year - and they're still going strong.

REV'IT! Dirt Gloves - RevZilla
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post #2 of 14 Old 02-23-2014, 03:38 PM
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at $75 a pair? OUCH.

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at $75 a pair? OUCH.
I think they were $79.95 when I bought mine in 2009. They're just super beefy for a mesh glove. The mesh and perf leather summer gloves I wore before just didn't make me feel protected. This hard knuckle - palm slider double layer mesh design works well without sacrificing much air flow. They're really comfortable too.
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they look more protective than the SMX-2 Air carbon 2 alpinestars gloves I used for summer, and those aren't much cheaper than these rev'its..
seems like a good upgrade to the carbons.

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I just bought a pair of DeerTours gloves for $95, and I thing they are terrific!... but not cheap by any means!

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They are out of stock

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They are out of stock
My son-in-law snagged one of the last pair.
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My son-in-law snagged one of the last pair.
Well, I was SUPPOSED to order them a week ago, and this thread me panic. Thankfully I have huge hands and they still had a couple 2X left, so they are on the way to me. They also have some 3X left.

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I still have my Technic leather gauntlet gloves I bought 10 yrs ago and wear all the time, they retailed at $160 I got them from new enough.com for like $69. Best investment ever. Time to start looking again

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I have a hard time buying gloves without trying them on first.

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I have a hard time buying gloves without trying them on first.
Me too, luckily Colemans's Powersports up here still had a few pairs of Dirt gloves to try on.

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I definitely like thel ook of them, they look pretty cool like scaley like a fish style. Look protective too.
I just can't justify the purchase though, maybe if there was more of a discount.. lol. Hard pressed to buy things that aren't heavily on sale

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Me too, luckily Colemans's Powersports up here still had a few pairs of Dirt gloves to try on.
Which Coleman's dealer ?

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Which Coleman's dealer ?
The one in Fall's Church (Arlington).

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