POW Stealth GTX Glove 2014 Review by The Good Ride

The POW Stealth GTX glove is another high end all leather glove that fit’s and feels different than other leather gloves I’ve tried while still being bomb proof.  The Goat leather is really different and it makes for a pretty soft supple feel that conforms to your hands faster than traditional leather. So if you don’t need to work your phone then you can save $15 and buy this instead of the Stealth TT GTX.

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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”

Fit: The Stealth GTX and Stealth TT GTX both have the same fit and feel.  I’m in between a med and large and the medium fits just a little bit on the tight side.  As the Goat Leather breaks in it will fit perfect though.

Warmth: This is warm but not so warm it’s unbearable on warmer days.  If I go medium I’d have to use smaller liners but with this much PrimaLoft going on it will be warm for me with thin liners in just about any condition I see as I don’t ride much when it’s below 0 degrees Fahrenheit.

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