Monday, August 1

Dainese Gloves: Tempest D-Dry Gloves & Alley D-Dry Gloves

Tony - Content Coordinator

Sometimes the winds are mighty. Sometimes the road is tough. Sometimes you have all you need in this world. Sometimes you don’t have enough… unless you are rocking a pair of Dainese waterproof gloves. Then you have all that you need.

Dainese Tempest D-Dry Short Motorcycle GlovesWith the Dainese Tempest D-Dry Long Gloves, or the Dainese Tempest D-Dry Short Gloves, riders get a sport-touring option that provides both water protection and a light thermal liner for heat retention. With elasticated stretch and Amica suede construction the Tempest D-Dry Gloves are a solid combination of comfort, function, and overall durability. Additionally, the Tempest D-Dry gloves feature Comfortech hard knuckles, accordion stretch panels on the fingers, covered outseams, and Smart Touch tech fingertips for interaction with touch screen devices.

Dainese Tempest D-Dry Gloves Review:

Dainese Alley D-Dry Motorcycle GlovesFor entry-level waterproof motorcycle gloves that get the job done with 2 - 3 season functionality, the Dainese Alley D-Dry Gloves are a reliable new addition to the Dainese lineup. Constructed of a stretch fabric back with a synthetic leather palm, the Alley Unisex Gloves make combine comfort and feel with a the utility of an inner D-Dry waterproof liner built to keep riders’ hands dry. Super clean lines and a simplified aesthetic make the Alley motorcycle gloves ideal for commuters who need a pair of gloves that work, every time. Additional features of the Dainese Alley D-Dry Gloves include Comfortech knuckle protectors, Smart Touch fingertips, and a CE-Cat. II certification.

Dainese Alley D-Dry Gloves Review:

Come what may with your time on the road, Dainese has a pair of gloves to help you take it on. With the introduction of the new Tempest D-Dry and Alley Unisex D-Dry gloves, that roster of motorcycle gloves has only gotten more robust for the Fall of 2016.

Have fun out there, be safe, and as always…

Enjoy the ride,


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