CE 2002 Formula Pro ~Exhibition Pro~ Killer Gloves

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  1. velocitygear

    velocitygear safety =~SPEED

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    Hello members,

    We're continuing our development of our original CE Grade gloves. When I say "CE grade", I am referring to the Original PPE Directive for Professional Motorcycle Gloves established back in 2002. I am not referring to the newly downgraded CE Directive for Motorcycle Gloves, which has made CE testing for motorcycle gloves, easier than ever! I consider it a "bow" to the Industry.

    These gloves are built to pass EN 13594:2002 4.9~4.10~4.11~4.12 These are the original testing criteria from 2002, NOT the watered down version that is soon to be at every Cycle Gear on the planet!

    If you are unfamiliar with EN13594- 4.9~4.10~4.11~4.12, these are the numbers associated with specific testing criteria within EN13594:2002 To Include:

    ~ Abrasion Resistance, Cut Resistance, Seam Burst and Abrasion Resistance.

    In addition, our continued development includes Seam Bonding to ensure we have the strongest seams in the business! I don't say that as a punch line either, I Guarantee our gloves to have the strongest seams of any mass produced Motorcycle Glove.

    The Gloves we're looking to make for this group buy include the Formula and Exhibition Pro in 100% black. The Formula will feature Kangaroo Leather palms. The Exhibition Pro will feature cowhide by default.


    FORMULA Pro $149.00

    Exhibition Pro $89.00

    The Formula price above is the best price we've ever offered. Additionally, I encourage anyone to beat that price for a Kangaroo Palm, CE Grade Passing Glove; Cut~Tear~Seam Burst~ and Abrasion Resistance.



    Lifetime Warranty- Lifetime Half Price Replacement



    CURRENTLY IN STOCK 5-17-2014 All gloves are 100% Black in color..

    Here are the Group Buy pages:

    FORMULA pro http://www.highvelocitygear.com/ADVRider-FormulaPro.html

    EXHIBITION pro http://www.highvelocitygear.com/ADVRider-ExhibitionPro.html

    FORMULA Pro 100% KANGAROO http://www.highvelocitygear.com/ADVRider-FormulaproKangaroo.html


    http://www.webbikeworld.com/motorcycle-gloves/velocity-gear/formula-gloves/
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    http://www.cycleworld.com/2010/09/10/velocity-gear-exhibition-pro-product-evaluation/

    www.highvelocitygear.com


    CURRENTLY IN STOCK BLACK FORMULA AND EXHIBITION PRO'S->>>

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    sincerely
    jf
    john franklin
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  2. ADKADVRider

    ADKADVRider Wannabe Adventurer

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    I'm interested in the Exhibition Pro on a group buy
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  3. KCDman

    KCDman n00b

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    Count one more for the buy
    Exhibition pro
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  4. Texcollect

    Texcollect Adventurer wannabe

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    Count me in.


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  5. dirtyoffroad

    dirtyoffroad Been here awhile

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  6. ssevy

    ssevy Been here awhile

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    I have both the Exhibition Pros and the Formulas, and they are the most comfortable and protective gloves I have ever worn. Even at their regular price, they are a steal.

    By the way, I'm not affiliated in any way, just a very happy customer.
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  7. Vacman

    Vacman Some call me...Tim?

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    I would be in for a formula pro in xxl.


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  8. velocitygear

    velocitygear safety =~SPEED

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    I'm back!


    REMEMBER- 4-6 week pre-order.. Also, all gloves are 100% Black in color..

    Here are the Group Buy pages:

    FORMULA pro http://www.highvelocitygear.com/ADVRider-FormulaPro.html

    EXHIBITION pro http://www.highvelocitygear.com/ADVRider-ExhibitionPro.html

    FORMULA Pro 100% KANGAROO http://www.highvelocitygear.com/ADVRider-FormulaProKangaroo.html



    Quality and Satisfaction Guaranteed!!

    Looking for the Motorcyclist Review where our Formula gloves finished second. Due to a thread failure, Motorcyclist downgraded our gloves from #1 to #2. As a result of the Motorcyclist thread issue, we developed a new Seam Bonding Technique and use it on ALL of our gloves..

    I'll try to post that review when I can find it.

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    Our Priority Point Seam Bonding was a result of this Magazine article..
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  9. ADKADVRider

    ADKADVRider Wannabe Adventurer

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    I know that in your other thread that you said "it is suggested that you select your "typical" glove size", but I would typically wear either a L or XL in most other gloves and based on the sizing chart for the Exhibition Pro I would be a medium.

    Any Suggestions?

    Thanks
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  10. velocitygear

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    Hello,

    Disregard the sizing chart on our site. After our next 2 stock orders our site will be updated to reflect our 2014 models and other various changes. The sizing chart has always been off. Between Large and XL, which do you normally fit into on average?
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  11. ADKADVRider

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    It seems to be a function of the brand and specific model. I have never had a Large that was too big and never had an XL that was too small though.
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  12. winch

    winch Adventurer

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    This is also my biggest problem with gloves. I typically try on 5-10 different pairs before I choose one. If a glove doesn't feel right I don't buy it, regardless of how good of a deal it is.

    Kind of puts me off this deal. These gloves look great, but I don't want to risk it.
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  13. Vacman

    Vacman Some call me...Tim?

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    In my Alpinestars (known for running a bit smaller than usual) an XXL is a bit snug and the fingers a bit short. Do you recommend an XXL in your glove with that in mind? I know you mentioned ignoring your chart so I am relying on you to get me the correct size. :)
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  14. Texcollect

    Texcollect Adventurer wannabe

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    Would it be possible to produce a chart that said something like

    Held | AStar | FirstGear | VelocityGear
    9 | XL | L | L
    10 | XXL | XL | XL

    ??

    If not what is the Velocity equivalent to Held Size 10/AStars XXL ??:evil:evil:evil
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  15. velocitygear

    velocitygear safety =~SPEED

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    Hey,

    Luckily, there's no risk involved. Exchanges aren't a problem and if I can't put you into the best glove's you've ever worn, then I'll gladly take them back.
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  16. velocitygear

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    Yes, I'd suggest the XXL with some slight massaging. I have a great method to help in these situations but it can only be used once you have the gloves in hand.

    I'll be ordering all sizes, so if an exchange is needed it's not a problem.
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  17. velocitygear

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    held 10 and A-Stars XXL- I'm going to say try an XL ;)
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  18. ssevy

    ssevy Been here awhile

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    I had to exchange until I got the correct fit, but it was worth it. Even the same sizes had some variation in the older versions. Why not order one of each, and then return the ones that don't fit?
    I know I sound like a paid endorsement, but you've really got to try these gloves to see how much better they are than what else is on the market.
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  19. velocitygear

    velocitygear safety =~SPEED

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    Thanks SSEVY for your posts, customer reviews are always appreciated.

    I've mentioned suppliers in past threads and I'm happy to say that most of 2013 was spent looking for people that understand the pursuit. After more than 10 years doing this, our current suppliers are better than ever!

    Sizing is also much better than past efforts, just need to update the website to reflect the changes..
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  20. Texcollect

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    Off to order now. Thanks.

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