Tuesday, February 22

Alpinestars Messenger Drystar Gloves Review

Brand new for Spring 2011, the Alpinestars Messenger Drystar Gloves are designed to complement any of the AStars City Collection waterproof jackets for Fall-Winter-Spring riding. Continuing in the trend of this line from Alpinestars, the subtle design of this protective motorcycle gear gives it a casual appeal to many riders that don't want to brand themselves when they're off the bike and walking around town. Also available as the Alpinestars Stella Messenger Drystar Glove for women, this is a solid match for something along the lines of the Alpinestars Messenger WP Jacket for multi-season all-weather riding.

Check out our Alpinestars Messenger Drystar Gloves Review:



Lightweight, insulated, and completely waterproof breathable via the Drystar membrane, the Messenger is built with the city rider in mind with its understated design. The durable textile upper construction ensures extended life from this glove while the anti-slip material at the palm improves grip and helps to combat wear resulting from working the controls. There are shock-absorbing foam inserts at the palm which protect from impact and dampen vibrations from the bike. The elasticated wrist is complemented by the shock cord cuff closure that cinches down around the wrist, keeping heat within the glove and adding another block against precipitation.

A solid choice for the light motorcyclist or city rider in all-weather conditions, the Alpinestars Messenger Drystar Gloves offer a great deal of bang for the buck. To see our entire collections, visit the Alpinestars Gloves and Waterproof Motorcycle Gloves sections at RevZilla.

-RetroZilla

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