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Old Today, 08:51 AM   #1
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Gauntlet gloves with Roadcrafter Jacket

Hey all. Still new to buying good moto gear and need your thoughts on maybe a tired subject.

Wondering if gauntlet gloves are the ticket with warmnsafe glove liners and Roadcrafter jacket. I have the jacket and liners (neither tested on a tour yet).

I live in SE Tenn and will be heading out for a 4 week Mex/guat in late Dec. but I want to ride year-round regardless.

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Old Today, 02:05 PM   #2
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I use Aerostich insulated gauntlets all the time (OK, when cold) with my Roadcrafter and Darien Lights. They work well!
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Old Today, 02:20 PM   #3
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I am also looking into the Aerostich gauntlet or competition gloves. I wondering if the liner would be to warm for 90 degree + use, I imagine it would be, so was thinking about getting the silk liners for the regular gloves, I have handguards and don't get much wind on the hands anyways.

Another question, not to hijack, is for TebKLR: Would the RC3 Light be to warm in Arizona summers? I know it goretex, but does it breath enough? And the Darien is not made as an over the close suit right?

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