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Old 11-03-2008, 07:16 PM
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Hi guys where did you buy your hand gloves? cant find any. my Bufget is only withing 200 to 1K? help naman guys ;)

by the way do i really need one?
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Old 11-03-2008, 07:35 PM
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Most LBS carry bike gloves bro. I have the "cheap" Pokal gloves that I got for P450. Marami din ako nakita sa Extreme Bikeshop in Panay, and of course sa Cartimar marami talaga. If you don't have time to go to those LBS, there's always gloves sa Rudy Project stores.

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your location is taytay, closest i could point you is all terra, which is also where i got my gloves. they have fox there, although i got freeagent gloves.
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Old 11-03-2008, 08:14 PM
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Yes you need gloves bro, if you're into trail-riding...better get the full-finger gloves. My personal choice are the fox gloves. Price range is 850-1400 pesoses. Their light but tough and will last longer :thumbsup:
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Old 11-03-2008, 08:29 PM
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your location is taytay, closest i could point you is all terra, which is also where i got my gloves. they have fox there, although i got freeagent gloves.

bro san ung all terra ?
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Old 11-04-2008, 07:01 AM
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ALL TERRA is in libis along C5.... near shopwise....


try Haooh bike shop near pure gold taytay...they have a lot of gloves to choose from.

why dont you try to go to Ross and paulinas in leveriza, Pasay & Cartimar....

(LBS in quiapo dont have gloves to choose from.....)


Ross & Paulinas will give you discount , just try to ask (chinoy brothers@ross / old lady with glasses at the counter @Paulina) when time you pay...


I got my LG X-vent full finger glove for only 1000.... @Ross , it cost 1150 but the owner gave me a 10 % discount....


SEE actual IMAGE BELOW:



The Louis Garneau LG X-Vent Glove is packed with the best features.

The Louis Garneau LG X-Vent Glove Features the new, lightweight with extreme Ergo Air vent system called X-Vent. Designed with palm airflow system for breathability.

* Upper in 4-way lycra, open-cell neoprene, mini mesh and fleece for a comfortable fit.
* Reinforced Amara palm with 4 mm light foam padding to prevent fatigue.
* Knuckles with kevlar to protect from injuries. Silicone coating at fingers and palms for extreme grip.
* Reflective ergonomic velcro fastener for less friction and more safety.
* Easy slip-on fastener at the palm.
* 3M reflective piping for safety.



Patented Ergo Air vent system Moisture wicking and significant less fatigue of the ulnar and median nerves
Reinforced Amara palm with 4-mm light padding Durable, light and flexible to better feel the handlebar, reduces fatigue and is low maintenance
Mini Mesh, 4-way Lyca and Open-cell Neoprene back Comfortable, ultralight, hyper ventilated and adjusted fit
Precurved at 70° Provides an excellent fit
Reinforced knuckles with Kevlar Protect against injuries
Thumb with flexible Microfibre Moisture absorbing
Easy slip-on tab at wrist Quick slip-on
Fingers and palm with Silicone coating Secure grip on controls
Good fit under extreme conditions
3M reflective piping Enhanced security
ErgoAir zone



(If you have Sweaty hands this glove is the best)
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Old 11-04-2008, 08:30 PM
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anyone tried the oakley gloves?
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LG ergo air or gel for me
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Fox and TLD....i suggest you get the full fingered ones....better protection for your digits but less ventilation....
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Fox , 661, bad ventilation.......:thumbsdown:
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whats the best in ventilation?
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Old 11-05-2008, 03:48 PM
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bad ventilation?
maybe you guys are using the dh models?

try the xc ones

or maybe sanay na ako. i dont use the cut offs. always full fingers or else bakit pa nag gloves
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Old 11-05-2008, 05:03 PM
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budget gloves........

half finger gloves, pokal gel - 250-300 pesoses kahit saang suking LBS

full finger gloves, turbolite - 500-650 pesoses pinakamura yata kela manay (JBL) (yung gamit ko inspite all the punishments na inabot at ilang beses nang sinulsihan) buhay pa rin :thumbsup:
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check these, they are basically for motorcycle riding but i find it so fitting for mtb riding... more rugged than those finds in lbs:

for 400 pesos, light gloves:

BRAND : Pole Position (Taiwan)
MODEL : Cool Riding Gloves

PRODUCT FEATURES:
• EVA synthetic leather padding provides excellent abrasion resistance
• High performance Air flow mesh and Lycra top construction
• Anatomical pre-curved fingers and palm
• 3mm thickness gel foam in palm, also for abrasion resistance
• Wrist Velcro closure with elastic cuff for secure fit
• Good grip synthetic leather on the palm area

COLOR/S : Black



what i have, and 'been using for a month now is this...
it's heavier and more stiff, but I get more confidence from that! Bought it for 650Pesos only at motoworld moa, just besides bike haus ba yun?


BRAND : Pole Position (Taiwan)
MODEL : Pro Riding Gloves

PRODUCT FEATURES:
• EVA synthetic leather padding provides excellent abrasion resistance
• High performance Air flow mesh and lycra top construction
• Anatomical pre-curved fingers and palm
• 3mm thickness gel foam in palm, abrasion resistance
• Wrist Velcro closure with elastic cuff for secure fit
• Good grip synthetic leather in palm

COLOR/S : Black

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Old 11-06-2008, 09:21 AM
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bought my half fingered turbolite gel gloves at ROX for Php400.00

and went to elliptical cicle and bought me a pair of half fingered gloves at the bangketa where roadies meet. Php100.00 comfortable gloves I might say.
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Good day everyone,
Im looking for a "best buy" gloves (max budget is 2k).What i am particularly looking for is one that is tough and waterresistant(ung di dumudulas sa handlegrips pag umuulan).I hope to hear from anyone since i really need to wear gloves soon.Thanks and God Bless.
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Good day everyone,
Im looking for a "best buy" gloves (max budget is 2k).What i am particularly looking for is one that is tough and waterresistant(ung di dumudulas sa handlegrips pag umuulan).I hope to hear from anyone since i really need to wear gloves soon.Thanks and God Bless.

try mo hanapin dito yung review ng gloves... isa na dun yung 661 comp glove...
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although i've never owned a pair of 661 gloves, it's probably my next buy. it looks as strong if not stronger than the foxes i own (comparable models) without being too pricey, in local terms.

my older pairs kasi are the 20$ ones sa internet na pinabibili ko sa mga pinsan ko kapag may sale (between 1400-1800 sa pinas). since about as much ang similar models dito, u can buy it here whenever you want and hindi mo na kailangan maghintay ng relative na uuwi.
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Try DAKINE gloves too! Below 2k (at around 1.6k).:thumbsup: 661 gloves are a lil bit cheaper (at around 1k).:thumbsup:

I'm still using my 661 Comp gloves. And though the silicon/rubber prints have weathered away, the fabric and stitches are still intact. No rips. No holes. I've had them for more almost a year already and use them even for daily commutes!:thumbsup:

Check out the thread: http://www.pinoymtbiker.org/forum/showthread.php?t=4147

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Old 06-05-2009, 09:22 AM
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I got a pair of cheap gloves from Tobys a couple of months ago, cost less than P500, looks nice, full fingers, decent craftsmanship, fit's nicely, a bit thin with the palm paddings (but it was my preference) and comes with the Fox logo. I've done a few ridings in the rain with it and hindi sya dumudulas sa handlegrip. And tested na sya sa dalawang klaseng handle grip... yung lumang pudpud na at yung bagong-bago pa. Check it out, you might save some money.
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