POW Stealth TT GTX Glove 2014 Review by The Good Ride
The Pow Stealth TT GTX Series Glove is just like the Stealth Gore-Tex Glove except it gives you the ability to swipe and use your phone with the gloves on. I’ve tried this and it works pretty well. The main issue is the bulky fingers but swiping and typing does work to the point where you can get stuff done.
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Size Tried: Medium
Width Across The Knuckles: 3.5”
Middle Finger to Wrist 7.5”
Widest Part of the Hand 4.5”
Fit: The Stealth TT in Medium was a little snug but felt almost perfect as it breaks in and stretches out a bit it would probably fit perfectly. So the Goat Skin leather is pretty good. It’s not as stiff or sturdy as cow leather but as they say, it’s much more eco-friendly because goats just don’t consume or require as much to raise them. On the other hand, I love the supple soft feel of Goat Leather compared to Cow leather and the glove really becomes part of your hand.
The Stealth has a lot of PrimaLoft going on and it can keep you warm in pretty cold weather. Gore-Tex is also proven to be a nice block from the elements as well. The thing with all leather gloves is they still can get wet on the outside. It doesn’t get through the Gore-Tex liner but it takes a long time to dry after a day of riding. It’s strongly recommended to use the Nikwax they come with to make sure you get a little extra waterproofing on the outer layer going.
So all in all this is a great glove that is warm and waterproof. It costs a little more for the Cel phone tech but it might be worth it for most.
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