Bern Tyler Glove 2013 Review by The Good Ride

The Bern Tyler Glove has a unique removable feature to the glove/wrist guard combo which I think is a pretty good idea.  One of the problems with glove/guard combo’s is you are usually compromising when it comes to technology.  You have a waterproof silicone palm but Bern doesn’t tell you the waterproofing which concerns me.  Usually, you don’t get great waterproofing with combo gloves like this so if they don’t tell you it could be really bad.  It’s also nice to have some padding on the base of your palm to your wrist but instead, they only have the protective strip on the back side of your hand.  So you are bruising your palm to protect your wrist.  This is a great idea so if they change the design a little bit it could be a great choice for those who want to push it one day and take it out on others for cruising.

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Size Tried: Medium
James’ Specs
Width Across The Knuckles: 3.5”
Middle Finger to Wrist 7.5”
Widest Part of the Hand 4.5”

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