Qranc DHS PRo Gloves

Qranc DHS PRo Gloves 

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Qranc DHS PRo

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[Aug 11, 2008]
shanedawg
Downhiller

Strength:

comfy, not too hot, great protection through man, many crashes. Good grip feel. Great placement of kevlar has saved my palms in a bunch of crashes and there is knuckle protection also. I've been using them for over 10 YEARS!!!

Weakness:

Not made anymore. I bought a spare pair when the got discontinued but now those are almost worn out too. I wish some other company made some gloves half as good.

I wish they still made these gloves. All the gloves from fox and specialized fit like crap or wear out in one season. They make them disposable so you have to buy a new pair all the time. The problem with this is that they rip in the first crash. That sucks, especially since that might not be your last crash of the ride.

Similar Products Used:

fox, sixsixone

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5
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5
[Jan 02, 2000]
Stormshadow
Downhiller

Strength:

Strong as hell, great wrist protection and support, looks cool

Weakness:

Your hand sweats A LOT in these. This hasn't affected the performance of the glove while I've worn it; it is really only noticeable when you take them off.

Like armor for your hands. Loaded with thoughtful features. The PVC pads are perfectly placed on the back of the hand, the space between the thumb and forefinger is reinforced for GripShifters, and there's a Kevlar pad on the palm. The extended cuff, while it does make the glove hotter, gives great wrist support and protects against scratches and impacts. Plus there's a terrycloth strip for wiping away sweat, a feature missing from my trusty old Answers. The DHS are the best gloves out there!

Similar Products Used:

Old-school Answer Force (great gloves)

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5
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[Dec 31, 1999]
Bill Wong
Cross-Country Rider

Strength:

Very strong glove, can take a beating

Weakness:

full finger makes your hads sweat

Good Glove

Similar Products Used:

Fox Sidewinder Pro

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5
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[Aug 04, 1999]
Andrew
Racer

Strength:

They are comfortable, not too expensive, have tons of padding, durable, and they look sweet!

Weakness:

None

These gloves rock, go get them and more at www.qranc.com, the best company around! I love their stuff!

Similar Products Used:

Qranc DH Pro, Fox

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5
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[Nov 24, 2000]
Dave
Downhiller

Strength:

Sick look, Great grip, Not to thick, durable, Comfortable

Weakness:

none that i have seen

If you are looking for a sick glove at a sick price this is it. all other gloves i have used arent as comfortable or as good looking as these. buy them you wont regret it. i ride these gloves mostly late fall and winter and they keep my hands relitivly warm. i assume in the summer they may be fairly warm but i dont know for sure.

Similar Products Used:

lots

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5
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5
[Jul 26, 2000]
Doug
Downhiller

Strength:

Excellent grip, durability, protection, price. These gloves look AWESOME!! These gloves will not tear!

Weakness:

Can get a bit hot in summer, but are great for fall/spring riding.

These are the best gloves money can buy.

Similar Products Used:

Many

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5
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5
[Apr 18, 2000]
Evan Bennett
Downhiller

Strength:

light, strong, airy, excellent wicking properties, well padded nuckles and palm, good grip, sensitivity, comfortable, no cuff, maneuverable, $16 bucks at cambria bike outlet, looks cool

Weakness:

not a damn thing

The perfect glove.

Similar Products Used:

you name it

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5
VALUE
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5
[Feb 11, 2000]
joe bob brown
Cross Country Rider

I love these gloves! I bought a pair at the Mt. Snow/NORBA races from the Qranc booth for $22, based mostly on the looks and the fact that no one I ride with has them. Well, there are plenty more reasons than that to buy them. The most distinctive feature, one I have never seen anywhere else, is that these gloves truly have no cuff. Below the velcro closure, there is a simple edging of elastic. These gloves fit my style, and I like them. I like full finger gloves for the protection they provide, by I am not into wearing oven mitts. These provide a fair amount of protection for the knuckles, in the form of Airprene padding strategically slit over the knuckles to allow maximum range of motion. The palm is a simple layer of Clarino, unpadded except under the Grip Shift reinforcement. I am impressed with the durability of these gloves. They have survived 7 months of hard riding, and about a dozen good crashes, and are still in good shape. The looks are great, even though I went with the more subdued black/grey/white color scheme rather than the yellow or blue. All in all, a great summer/late spring/early fall glove for New England. Five gears for the Qranc DhS!

Similar Products Used:

lots

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RATING
5
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5
[Aug 23, 1999]
Luc Albert
Racer

Strength:

Looks
comfort
protection
closure

Weakness:

none so far

Five smokin' chillies for those fantastic gloves

Similar Products Used:

AXO
Fox
Louis Garneau

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5
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[Aug 25, 1999]
madbike182
Cross-Country Rider

Strength:

comfy-no cuff (really!)
good protection
stylin'
beefy

Weakness:

a little warm

I just picked these up at the NORBA Nationals at Mt Snow for $20 at Qranc's boothand was lucky enough to snag a place on a training ride with the Trek/Volkswagen team on one of the hardest courses I have ever seen. Roots, rocks, gravel, nasty stuff. But the DHS's blocked it all out, keeping my hands comfy and protected(leaving me more time to concentrate on the gash on my knee). Plus, in addition to the protection from the elements, this is one stylin' pair of gloves. Five flaming riders on Huffys for this glove!

Similar Products Used:

trek glovesRocket Power Parts Rambler

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5
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