I’ve had these Rayven Air-Pro Gloves for a couple of years now.
To me, good gloves are the next most important thing after a crash helmet and I have to admit that I’d always previously been a chunky gauntlet kind of a chap, with my current all-weather chunky gauntlets being a pair of Akitos picked up at the Bristol Show.
They’re good, but they do tend to get a bit whiffy in the summer.
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When I got the Rayven gloves I wasn’t initially convinced.
They’re short, so they don’t stretch over the bottom of my jacket sleeves.
They’re summer weight gloves, so the fingers and cuffs are made out of a mysterious material called Keprotec, a Kevlar reinforced polyester fabric.
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