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post #1 of 18 (permalink) Old 05-02-2007, 04:34 PM Thread Starter
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AGV Sport Tornado Gloves

I just got them in the mail last week and they are awesome. They are very comfortable and fit very well. They are high quality gloves that provide great protection at a reasonable price(mine were free though). It's gauntlet sytle glove with plenty of wrist and nuckle protection

I highly recommend these gloves to anyone in the market.


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I'll take the blue/black combo for your price... free. in a size large please.

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I'll take the blue/black combo for your price... free. in a size large please.
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I'll take the blue/black combo for your price... free. in a size large please.
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Sorry guys I cant hook you up with that.
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Sorry guys I cant hook you up with that.
What do they normally cost? And how do they compare to something like the Alpinestars SP-2?
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What do they normally cost? And how do they compare to something like the Alpinestars SP-2?
MSRP is $89.99 but you can fing them online for $79.99. Just do a search for them.

I dont know how they compare to the SP-2's, I've only owned Joe Rocket gloves in the past.
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Nice gloves.



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MSRP is $89.99 but you can fing them online for $79.99. Just do a search for them.

I dont know how they compare to the SP-2's, I've only owned Joe Rocket gloves in the past.
Which JRs? I've heard good things about the GPX2.0, but I really wasn't impressed when I tried them on.
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Which JRs? I've heard good things about the GPX2.0, but I really wasn't impressed when I tried them on.
I have the JR Atomic and Nitrogen gloves.
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I have the JR Atomic and Nitrogen gloves.
I have a pair of Blaster gloves. No complaints.



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thanks for the write up.

they look pretty good

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Whats the break in like on these? My Icon Merc's are pretty stiff. How are these?



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Whats the break in like on these? My Icon Merc's are pretty stiff. How are these?
After 4 rides they are broken in pretty nicely.
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After 4 rides they are broken in pretty nicely.
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I've had mine since December. I've worn them on about 3 or 4 rides...and worn them around the house for a little while. They are still pretty stiff.



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I've had mine since December. I've worn them on about 3 or 4 rides...and worn them around the house for a little while. They are still pretty stiff.
You should pick some of these up then.
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You should pick some of these up then.
I dont have the flow...just got those gloves in Dec. They'll loosen up eventually.



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I dont have the flow...just got those gloves in Dec. They'll loosen up eventually.
More excuse to ride. "But honey, I have to break the gloves in"
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More excuse to ride. "But honey, I have to break the gloves in"




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