Tuesday, September 1
For something to make a crater, well, it usually comes in pretty darn hot. For example, the Sudbury Basin in Ontario, Canada is massive. Like, the kind of massive that is so big you only really notice it from space. Now, let’s just say you wanted to go visit ol’ Sudbury Basin on your motorcycle. Let’s also just say, for arguments sake, that it was late fall / early winter when you decided to go. Well, Canada gets cold, and for such an excursion, you would need a set of gloves that packed their own punch as well.
The REV’IT! Crater WSP Gloves are a windstopping winter option that works to both insulate and defend your hands from that thieving jerk, The Wind. When you are at speed, it is The Wind who takes your well-earned body heat and forces you to work harder to stay warm. It really is poor form for that Wind fella. To think that he can just swing by and swipe all of that warm air in the microclimate around your hands. From within the outer shell, the Crater WSP gloves make use of a combo polar fleece / tri-fleece liner that both insulates and keeps your hands comfily within its plush confines at the same time.
For the lady riders out there in search of the same functionality, the REV’IT! Women’s Crater WSP Gloves are also available. As with the Men’s version, the purpose of the Women’s Crater WSP is to act as a lightweight, around-town option that simply works. Warm hands are functional hands, and functional hands come in, well, “handy” when operating a motorcycle. As the Women’s version of the REV’IT! Crater WSP Gloves are cut specifically for a more slender hand frame, they will better fit the majority of female riders when compared to the Men’s version.
Regardless of where you ride (or how hard you are looking to hit for that matter), a good set of cool-weather gloves can have a huge, ummmm… “impact” on the enjoyment of your time on two wheels. Fortunately for us, the folks at REV’IT! continue to put out gloves such as the Crater WSP so that we can throttle up and keep going.
Have fun out there, be safe, and as always…
Enjoy the ride,