Dainese Tempest D-Dry Short Glove - Black
Customer Product Reviews
Good gloves but not as warm as I expected
Have been using last 3 weeks for commuting 20miles a day in mild winter conditions-down to 8-9 degrees and at times in the rain. The pros: They have kept my hands dry in the rain They are a good looking pair of gloves the touch screen sensitive fingertip has been working fine. They are quite light and flexible so don't restrict your hand movements. The cons: they are not as warm as my previous couple of pairs of winter gloves from other manufacturers. For longer rides and in colder condition that could be a problem... They are little tough to put on with damp hands.
I bought these from the Leeds shop, which I say is an outstanding place to go and try before you buy....nothing is too much trouble for the team there. As for the gloves, they fit, well, like a glove, nice and snug. I've been in light rain with them and all good. Very high quality and a great price. Caution, you do need to pinch the tips of the fingers as you remove the glove or the inner feels like its coming away, maybe thats because my hands were hot but just a look out and dont let that put you off.
Just Bought these gloves as i was looking for gloves to fit under my jacket sleeves. Have to say they are very comfortable, great fit, and the quality is excellent, also they are waterproof. I ordered the Large size and they fit just right. You can't go wrong with these gloves they are excellant
As for being in the cold for 30+ minutes at 0-6°C, my finger tips start to get quite cold. Not so uncomfortable that I can't move them, but just begins to hurt. Rain does go through. Within 20 minutes they were damp on the inside and it keeps seeping through, and eventually were dripping wet. Overall ok glove just for dry cold weather, but not for rain.
Great winter gloves for commuting
Light weight, surprisingly comfortable, water proof (very resistant anyway). Minus three C on my commute this morning and my fingers stayed warm and dry and I could still fell the controls. Winter gloves don't get much better then that.
Dianese quality gloves
The gloves arrived promptly, the first days riding would have been a challenge for any pair of gloves. Rain , wind , low temperatures as well as a 45 minute motorway ride. But the Tempest gloves passed the test, I would recommend them.
I had problems with the cut
Although the winter gloves fabric is thicker than the summer gloves, the cut doesn't fit with the smallest finger of my hand. Because of this, it's kind of difficult to press the clutch. I tested the gloves on 6 degrees temperature and I didn't feel the cold. From this point of view I am pleased with the fabric
Dainese tempest d dry short glove
Good glove from Daniese at a decent price not to bulky for a winter glove ,I needed these gloves to pick up a new bike unfortunately let down by Royal Mail but sports bike shop refunded the postage well done sportsbike shop.
I think these gloves are excellent. They were comfortable from the start, close fitting and without the bulk of some others I tried. I cannot comment on how waterproof they are, but have worn them in temperatures as low as 8 degrees and only had a slight chill in the tips of my fingers on my left hand. The knuckle protection is solid, but goes unnoticed. I am happy to recommend these gloves and would buy them again!
Good value short winter gloves
These have the usual Dainese build quality, are comfortable and warm enough down to single figures. The sizing is as per Dainese's usual. As I am not a piano player a lot of gloves are long in the fingers for me but Dainese always fit well. One star off as with most winter gloves the protection is not up to summer glove standards.