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Milwaukee Men's Short Wristed Leather Gloves w/ Gel Palm (Black) EXPIRED

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Amazon has Milwaukee Men's Short Wristed Leather Gloves w/ Gel Palm (Black, MG7510) for $21.10. Shipping is free w/ Prime or on orders of $25+.

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  • Pull-On closure
  • Made of Premium Cowhide Leather
  • Lightly Lined
  • Gel Padded Palm
  • Adjustable Wrist Strap Closure

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I was looking for a new set of leather gloves for the bike and I had these saved in my account. I just noticed the priced dropped from $24.95 to $21.10.
I have had good success with Milwaukee Leather in the past with my summer perforated gloves, so I wanted some that were a little thicker and warmer. These will take more break in than your cheaper soft goat skin generic no-name gloves, but you will thank yourself if you ever go down and need them to protect your hands.

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Analog asked this question on 08-04-2021 at 02:32 PM
08-05-2021 at 08:31 AM
these will only work with M18 tools.
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Not sure about these but I will bump this just for being a motorcycle related post 👍
…Quite a few reviews from new riders just needing gloves for their safety class and the guys who believe in beanie helmets…

Two crowds that I don't take motorcycle safety advice from.
I don't know if I'd call these motorcycle gloves. But as stated above, props for the motorcycle notification. Living in WI for 7 years, I stand by Milwaukee leather (just not sure on a slide). Better than being bare handed though!

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Not sure about these but I will bump this just for being a motorcycle related post 👍
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Sorry, please ignore my post. Nice deal, OP.
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I don't know if I'd call these motorcycle gloves. But as stated above, props for the motorcycle notification. Living in WI for 7 years, I stand by Milwaukee leather (just not sure on a slide). Better than being bare handed though!
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I don't think these would be motorcycle gloves one would wear for protection, but perhaps for warmth/comfort? I had a bandit 600 for a while, which was SUPER buzzy at a mid range of RPMs (like where the needle would be in top gear and cruising at 70), and my hands would get numb from the vibration in like 5 min. Gel palmed gloves were recommended to help prevent the numbness... and it helped... a little bit.
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…Quite a few reviews from new riders just needing gloves for their safety class and the guys who believe in beanie helmets…

Two crowds that I don't take motorcycle safety advice from.
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…Quite a few reviews from new riders just needing gloves for their safety class and the guys who believe in beanie helmets…

Two crowds that I don't take motorcycle safety advice from.
Yup, the gel gloves I ended up getting for the Bandit were kevlar, carbon fiber, and some kind of super leather something or other, to handle rubbing a few hundred feet on concrete if need be, I enjoy having skin on my hands Big Grin.
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…Quite a few reviews from new riders just needing gloves for their safety class and the guys who believe in beanie helmets…

Two crowds that I don't take motorcycle safety advice from.

Those beanies preserve the brain quite nicely. Like tapioca pudding sitting in a bowl, you can just walk over and scoop it up.
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Are these M12 Fuel compatible?
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I don't think these would be motorcycle gloves one would wear for protection, but perhaps for warmth/comfort? I had a bandit 600 for a while, which was SUPER buzzy at a mid range of RPMs (like where the needle would be in top gear and cruising at 70), and my hands would get numb from the vibration in like 5 min. Gel palmed gloves were recommended to help prevent the numbness... and it helped... a little bit.
Gel palmed gloves? Those are bicycle gloves. Don't buy crappy gloves just because they have gel in them, no quality glove has gel in them.

If you're having problems with a buzzy bike making your hands numb, you're holding the bars too tight. Also, get heavier bar ends. You can even go as far as filling the inside of the bars with lead or something with mass, which will drastically reduce the amount of vibration you feel.
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I am located in upstate New York and tend to ride into the cooler seasons. I will ride in 40 degree weather and looking for a nice pair of gloves to keep my hands from going numb. Any suggestions?
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Gel palmed gloves? Those are bicycle gloves. Don't buy crappy gloves just because they have gel in them, no quality glove has gel in them.

If you're having problems with a buzzy bike making your hands numb, you're holding the bars too tight. Also, get heavier bar ends. You can even go as far as filling the inside of the bars with lead or something with mass, which will drastically reduce the amount of vibration you feel.
yup, did all that, spent time in Bandit forums, others had same issue. Fixed it by selling the bike.
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I am located in upstate New York and tend to ride into the cooler seasons. I will ride in 40 degree weather and looking for a nice pair of gloves to keep my hands from going numb. Any suggestions?
heated grips Smilie
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Quote from dealmashuguna :
heated grips Smilie
yeah, gonna need something heated because of the added windchill while at speed.
I stop riding at ~45F. not being able to squeeze the brakes due to cold hands is a safety hazard.
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