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Old 08-11-2015, 10:50 PM   #1
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Held Air N Dry Gloves

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When going on a long trip on a motorcycle, you are always trying to refine your packing list and be as efficient as possible. This was the case last week when heading out on the 1700 mile ride to Sturgis. We knew that we would be heading through some rain, probably some hail, but mostly just extreme heat, and has to pack accordingly.
I knew that the Held Air N Dry glove would be the perfect glove to get me through any type of weather, but also be comfortable enough to wear all day every day, without many breaks.

I was not disappointed.

With my hand in the "Breezy" chamber, I had good airflow and a good feel of my controls, as there was just a layer of soft and abrasion-resistant kangaroo leather on the palm. Once we hit rain, I quickly switched into the "Dry" pocket, which was soft and insulated, completely dry, but did not provide as good of a feel for the controls, as there was an insulating layer between my hand and the leather palm. This is a glove that does two things well, and can save you space if you're going on a long trip with the risk of hitting a variety of weather.


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Held Air n Dry Glove Features:

– Proprietary, patented 2-in-1 dual-chamber technology allows for use in all conditions and climates
– One “DRY” waterproof chamber comprised of GORE-TEX
– One “BREEZY” unlined chamber with perforation and venting
– Highly abrasion-resistant soft kangaroo leather palm
– SUPERFABRIC reinforcement on slide area
– DuPont CORDURA and leather back
– Hard knuckle protection
– Visor wipe on index finger
– Reflective panels for visibility and stretch panels for flexibility and comfort
– Available in Black and Black-Grey
MSRP: $250.00For more information: HeldUSA.com




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