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Old 06-09-2013, 06:15 PM   #21
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I have a* pretty good. My favorite is these 90 bucks
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Old 06-10-2013, 11:37 AM   #22
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Thank yall guys!! I finally bought Teknic Violator Gloves at revzilla with 110 bucks. Yes, safety always come first. Gauntlets will be a wise choice, esp for a beginner.
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Glad we could help. Good call on the gloves, they're pretty sweet!
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Alpinestars glove quality has declined quite a bit in recent years, esp. in their under $100.00 range.

IMO the Icon Pursuit glove is a great glove and has held up very well.
I keep them and multiple other brands in stock under $100 if you'd like to come check them out.
I had the Icon Pursuit gloves and wore them almost daily for about 3 years before the leather finally got so thin that it tore between the perforations on the side of the palm (around lowest thumb bone). Well worth the money, IMO, and they're really easy to stuff in a pocket due to the soft knuckle padding.
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Old 06-11-2013, 10:40 PM   #25
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Alpinestars glove quality has declined quite a bit in recent years, esp. in their under $100.00 range.

IMO the Icon Pursuit glove is a great glove and has held up very well.
I keep them and multiple other brands in stock under $100 if you'd like to come check them out.
I just bought a pair of these and was surprised how good they are. I bought the touch screen version
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Thank yall guys!! I finally bought Teknic Violator Gloves at revzilla with 110 bucks. Yes, safety always come first. Gauntlets will be a wise choice, esp for a beginner.
I know it's some thread necromancy but I was looking at buying these same gloves today... But ended up with these: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/a...-gp-pro-gloves -- won't see me until the 17th of December. I would like to hear how you have liked the Teknic gloves so far.
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