Inmotion HFS Padded Gloves Gloves

1.5/5 (4 Reviews)

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Inmotion HFS Padded Gloves

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Reviews 1 - 4 (4 Reviews Total)

User Reviews

Overall Rating:1
Submitted by Chip Hewette a weekend warrior from Kings Mountain, NC

Date Reviewed: January 16, 1999

Bottom Line:   

Gloves are awful! I rode total of 20 miles with them and they are now empty of fluid. Should've checked the reviews before purchasing them! They are not anatomic at all, and did not feel good. Also don't come in XXL. Going back to Nashbar! Only gloves that have worked for me were Spenco gel. Can't find these now!

Overall Rating:1
Submitted by Mikey a weekend warrior from NYC/USA

Date Reviewed: July 20, 1998

Bottom Line:   

Refund from Nashbar, come to papa! These gloves are crap. Just another example of how a good solution can go bad when applied to every problem. The Inmotion HFS seat is great. The Inmotion padded shorts are good. BUT THE GLOVES SUCK MOOSE-NUTS! Whoever designed these pathetic pieces of apparel had no idea of what a human hand looks like or how it holds a handlebar! In particular, all the padding is on the heel of the hand extending quite uselessly to cover the inside of the wrist, with virtually no padding as you get closer to the fingers. (Yes, the gloves were a good fit, so size had nothing to do with it.) Unlike whoever designed these gloves, I do not ride with my entire weight supported on the heel of my hand, so I ended up riding either on the seam that holds the padding in place or on the thin glove leather alone. Better luck next time, Inmotion... I'm ordering a new pair of plain old Nashbar gel gloves. They are bulky but they sure take the sting out of potholes and broken pavement. And are five bucks cheaper...
I give these gloves one nasty old face-wrenching, tooth-gritting, and eye-watering wrinkly little chili.

Overall Rating:1
Submitted by rmc a cross-country rider from CT

Date Reviewed: July 5, 1998

Bottom Line:   

First ride with gloves disliked sliding feeling on bar from liquid pocket in glove. Hated sweaty oily slime on hands from having plastic in glove and possibly leakage of fluid. Back in box back to Nashbar. Now I know how women with leaking breast implants must feel. 0 chilis, I want my 22 bucks back

Overall Rating:3
Submitted by dj a weekend warrior from texas

Date Reviewed: October 2, 1997

Bottom Line:   

Bought this gloves on closeout for $10 about 100miles later the left glove leaksits like the palm of the glove is wet,oily kind of with a silicone feeling type of stuff.Expected more from inmotion,read a few postings that their hfs padded shorts leaktoo,but at $10 bucks I'd take another chance,they were comfortable till they started leaking

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