We are in the middle of winter and that is why in this video we bring you some tips that can surely help you when choosing your motorcycle gloves to circulate safely and comfortably during the coldest months of the year. For this video we have chosen the Alpinestars WR-V Gore-Tex and the C1, the Dainese Universe Gore-Tex Gore Grip, the Tucano Ginko Winter and the Bering Vesuvio heated.
The year is ending and it is undoubtedly a good time to review the gloves that have been most successful on our YouTube channel. Among the most viewed are these four: the Alpinestars Booster, the Bering Vesuvio, the Dainese Scout 2 Gore-Tex and the Spidi Carbo Track. Four very different gloves among them but that triumph between motorcycling lovers.
The new Dainese Plaza 2 D-Dry gloves are the evolution of the successful Plaza D-Dry model. An urban gloves for the winter and mid-season ideal for all those that you move habitually in the city by motorcycle and, mainly, in scooter. In addition, its great value for money makes them a very tempting option.
The Alpinestars Patron Gore-Tex and the Dainese Universe Gore-Tex are two top long-range gloves designed for winter. Made with goatskin, they stand out for incorporating the famous Gore-Tex membrane and Gore Grip technology that offers an optimal touch. However, there are also some differences between them that we detail.
The Bering Vesuvio are very complete heated gloves designed for the coldest months of the year. They stand out for having an autonomous rechargeable battery of five hours of duration and with three positions of heat, in addition to impermeable membrane and thermal lining.
The Dainese Scout 2 Gore-Tex are perfect gloves if you like the long journeys and in all kinds of conditions. Few gloves support the cold as well and avoid water as the Scout 2. Thanks to the Gore-Tex membrane and the different protections we can say that we have a gloves that offer excellent comfort, ergonomics and protection.