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Old 03-17-12, 10:39   #1
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Default Best gloves? Reflective ladies jacket?

Hey Jason,

What are the best gloves in your opinion for under $90? And do you guys sell any ladies jackets that have reflective material on them for under $200? On a side note, I don't do any track related stuff as of yet, mostly just riding from point A to B lately.

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Old 03-18-12, 02:22   #2
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This might help...

http://stores.sportbiketrackgear.com...nter%3AJackets
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Old 03-19-12, 09:19   #3
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A* is usually who we look to for ladies gloves, i wish there were more options out there. is a mens XS too large?
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I don't need ladies gloves haha. The gloves are for myself, but I found a jacket locally that will work just fine.

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Gloves are one part of your gear that you are paying for the amount of safety (unlike helmets). To find really safe gloves for that price may be a bit of a stretch, but if anyone can find some it'll be Jason or someone at STG.
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Cortech Adrenaline Gloves! $64.95

I have these, and I must say the are VERY much worth the measly 65 bucks!

They have limited sizing because they are a clearance item, but I doubt you can find better gloves than these for less than $200 bucks!
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Gloves are one part of your gear that you are paying for the amount of safety (unlike helmets). To find really safe gloves for that price may be a bit of a stretch, but if anyone can find some it'll be Jason or someone at STG.
very true. i'd trust my head in a $200 Scorpion lid no problem, even though i've got $600 lids in the closet too.

when it comes to gloves, an $80 retail glove just wont hold up like something from the $200 price range.
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Yeah and typically the more expensive gloves will last multiple seasons while I seem to find that a lot of people that spend 50 or so dollars on a pair of gloves are replacing them every season.
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