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    Glove advice

    I currently used bmw 2 in 1 gloves and then gs enduro gloves for warmer climates, but im on the look out for an enduro style glove with padding in the palm / grip area of the glove to help reduce vibes.
    Can anyone advice if they own such a glove?

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    Garry

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    Surely you'd consider changing your grips first?
    KEA

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    I have Oxford heated grips which I love and the vibration isn't an issue with normal lined gloves.
    Hence the reason why I'm after some well ventilated gloves with palm padding.
    I don't want to add grip puppies as they make the grip feel huge.

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    Dianese 4 stroke evo glove maybe? Alpinestars do a perforated textile and leather padded glove in the Highland Leather gloves which seem to tick your boxes. Check out Sportsbike Direct for a huge range. You're bound to find some you like there. I use the Held Air N Dry for all year round riding...best I've ever owned but comes at a price.

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    Thanks for the advice, I currently have bmw 2 in 1 gloves which I believe are made by held. I ended up buying a pair of klim adventure gloves, which I have to say are the best fitting gloves I've ever bought.

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    [QUOTE=cbrgaz;5465594]I have Oxford heated grips which I love and the vibration isn't an issue with normal lined gloves.
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    I fitted Grip Puppies over my heated grips - the heat still gets through OK & they really made a difference. Took a few rides to get used to the larger circumference of the grip, but don't notice it now.....

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