Alpinestars Gravity Gloves

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $41.49


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Product Description

Alpinestars designed its Gravity Shorts to be tough enough to stand up to the toughest riding that you can throw at them. The byrly construction can handle serious diggers, and the ripstop back panel won't leave your ass in the wind while you ride lifts. The Gravity has a soft side, too. Strategically-placed mesh and stretch panels and vents keep you cool and won't limit your range of motion.


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Overall Rating:4
Value Rating:4
Submitted by JasonG1977 a Weekend Warrior

Date Reviewed: June 9, 2012

Strengths:    Lightweight, fit true to size, thumb sweat wipe.

Weaknesses:    Thin.

Bottom Line:   
These are a good thin glove for summer riding. I really like having the soft fabric on the back of the thumb for a sweat wipe as I sweat a lot when it's hot out. The only downside to the thin gloves is the leather on the palms are already showing major signs of wear after 3 months of riding 1-2 times per week. I expect these to last through this summer and maybe for a little bit next year too. Will up date as they wear even though now I have another pair to rotate with for the rest of the riding season.

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Gravity Dropper housing

I have a Gravity Dropper Turbo. As far as I know, its cable can be replaced with a standard shifting cable. But what about the housing? Could I replace it with a standard shifting housing? Or do I need to use the specific Gravity Dropper housing?Read More »

Bikes Direct Sizing: Gravity 29.4 + review

Hi, this is my first post as a mtbr member. I'm doing this because I recently purchased a Gravity 29er from Bikes Direct .com. I really only had one problem with choosing my bike and that was the size, as I could not ride one first. I did alot of research on line and couldnt really find a definitive ... Read More »

Spare tube/tool storage with gravity dropper seat post

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Gravity Dropper Boot-ique

Sorry, couldn't resist a pun in the title. I just got a Gravity Dropper Turbo LP. Haven't even installed it yet, just arrived. I knew ahead of time that I didn't really like the accordion-looking boot, and I thought a Lizard Skin might do the trick. I already bought a medium-girth Lizard Skin ... Read More »

Guardian, gravity, DB overdrive or another budget option?

I am looking to get back into riding again after a long time off, and am stuck with a bit of a budget as I need to buy the GF a bike as well. Also, not sure how seriously I can get back into things, but still want a nice bike and will see if I get the upgrade bug like last time :D Considering ... Read More »

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