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Grip and rip, in all weather.
Contrary to popular design, the warmth of Six Six One's Storm Glove doesn't detract from feel. It relies on a thin Pittards leather palm for positive feedback from your bike, but to punch through cold, neoprene knuckles thwart chilly winds and ample insulation keeps heat in.
A polyester and cotton blend also work to keep perspiration from putting a soggy damper on your grip interface, as it quickly evaporates any moisture. Adding to the Storm Gloves cool weather abilities, a wide wrist with TPR closure locks out the cold, and an absorbent thumb wipe gives you a place to tidy up.
The Six Six One Storm Gloves are available in Black and six sizes from X-Small to XX-Large.
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What temperature range would you say these...
What temperature range would you say these are best for?
Six Six One doesn't list the insulation weight for the glove but I wouldn't hesitate to use this down into the 30's on a clear day and into the 40's on a cold windy day. Temperature ranges are really hard to give on products like this as that largely depends on the user and how hard you are riding. What conditions/temps are you going to be riding in?