Alpinestars Gravity Gloves

4/5 (1 Reviews)
MSRP : $41.49

  • Store Price
    Buy Now
    Buy Now
    Buy Now

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.

Review Options:  Sorted by Latest Review | Sort by Best Rating

Reviews 1 - 1 (1 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

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.

Reviews 1 - 1 (1 Reviews Total)

Review Options:  Sorted by Latest Review | Sort by Best Rating

Inexpensive SS - Gravity 27Five or Nashbar Bee's Knees 27.5?

I'm looking to pickup a singlespeed bike. I just dropped a lot of money on a new trail bike, but I like the idea of having a simple beater that I can ride along with my kids, plus it will help building up my stamina. My wife will kill me that I'm already want to get another bike, so I can't spend mu ... Read More »

Can't get a Magic Mary Super Gravity onto an Enve M70 rim--tricks/ideas?

I've owned road and mountain bikes for a long time now, and this is the first time I've been physically unable to mount a tire on any rim. I'm trying to get a Schwalbe Magic Mary with the Super Gravity casing onto my new ENVE M70 Thirty rim, and I just can't get it there. I managed to get one bead o ... Read More »

New Gravity 27.5/29 + bikes?

I've been looking at the bd fat bikes and recently and went back today to do some more pining and saw this. I think these are new. They say fits multiple tire sizes in the video but I think in writing it clarified that its wheels sizes. So I'm assuming if you buy one it comes with the respe ... Read More »

Nomad 3 or Guerrilla Gravity Megatrail

I wanted to start a new thread for this question cause if I post it in the Nomad or Guerrilla Gravity threads the opinions would be obvious. Not sure if any will have experience with both but that would be great. I have ridden both and they are both amazing bikes. That's why I want some other op ... Read More »

Gravity G29 FS

Howdy all, fairly new to mountain biking and brand new to the whole SS ridding. I ordered a Gravity G29 FS from bikes direct and it will be here on the 15th. I previously borrow one of these from a buddy and rode it for about a month. I loved it more than my geared bikes. So i am going to convert it ... Read More »

Read More »




MTBR on Facebook