Richa motorcycle leather gloves £24.05 + £5.50 Del @ mandp.co.uk
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Richa motorcycle leather gloves £24.05 + £5.50 Del @ mandp.co.uk

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Found 31st Mar
+5.50 dpd delivery. Still best price out there for leather motorcycle gloves.
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    tried to use these guys twice, both times they delivered to the wrong address (2 different addresses) and dealing with the refund was a nightmare.
    Avoid.
    And u can't even text wearing them
    iibdii1 h, 12 m ago

    And u can't even text wearing them


    I just take mine off whilst I'm riding, if you pop a wheelie at the same time you can even use both hands!
    Used m&p once before. Never again
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    mikegrath6 h, 42 m ago

    tried to use these guys twice, both times they delivered to the wrong …tried to use these guys twice, both times they delivered to the wrong address (2 different addresses) and dealing with the refund was a nightmare. Avoid.


    Never had a problem with them tbh
    helpful guys in the shop, but the mail order is a bit chaotic.
    Purchased quite a few items from them Mail order and not had a problem. Maybe they have had issues recently?
    Voted hot. OK price for a pair of basic leather gloves with protection. Personally, I'd pay £3 more and go for the 'Suzuka' version. Seems to be the same glove but a bit longer and a cuff/wrist protection
    aitchem40 m ago

    Voted hot. OK price for a pair of basic leather gloves with protection. …Voted hot. OK price for a pair of basic leather gloves with protection. Personally, I'd pay £3 more and go for the 'Suzuka' version. Seems to be the same glove but a bit longer and a cuff/wrist protection


    Thanks for the pointer, I'm going to grab a pair of those. They actually work out cheaper as P&P is free over £25.
    Edited by: "slimy31" 1st Apr
    Not had richas but had Aplinestars and RST gloves (both) developed holes in a matter of weeks.

    Then I got some gloves from Aldi and I’ll never go back.
    padamowicz9325 m ago

    Then I got some gloves from Aldi and I’ll never go back.


    that bad? thanks for the heads up
    padamowicz9354 m ago

    Not had richas but had Aplinestars and RST gloves (both) developed holes …Not had richas but had Aplinestars and RST gloves (both) developed holes in a matter of weeks. Then I got some gloves from Aldi and I’ll never go back.


    I had heard good things about Aldi gloves.
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    padamowicz932 h, 50 m ago

    Not had richas but had Aplinestars and RST gloves (both) developed holes …Not had richas but had Aplinestars and RST gloves (both) developed holes in a matter of weeks. Then I got some gloves from Aldi and I’ll never go back.


    Own a pair of alpinestars sp2’s for 4 year now and theyre still in a good shape. Dunno where u bought your alpinestars.. „Bargains” from ebay?

    And yes, am 100% sure that aldis gloves will b much better choice than alpinestars
    Edited by: "czepeklidera" 1st Apr
    czepeklidera2 h, 3 m ago

    Own a pair of alpinestars sp2’s for 4 year now and theyre still in a good s …Own a pair of alpinestars sp2’s for 4 year now and theyre still in a good shape. Dunno where u bought your alpinestars.. „Bargains” from ebay? And yes, am 100% sure that aldis gloves will b much better choice than alpinestars


    No need to be cocky bud.





    Alpinestars are not longer what they used to be and their quality went downhill over the years (something that cannot be said about their prices).





    At no point did I say that Aldi gloves are better than bigger brands. From my experience they are simply good enough and cost fraction of the price.





    But then again I realise that Aldi gloves are not socially acceptable within certain biker communities and the show off game in front of your mates when you meet at AC has to be maintained.
    Edited by: "padamowicz93" 1st Apr
    Having spent several hundred pounds on motorcycle gloves (spidi winter, rst tractech that tore, comfy summer gloves that sponge in the wet, some bargain bin gloves that do as a backup and my waterproof goretex ones.) Id check rhe returns policy on these. Absolutely fantastic price and good name but gloves need to fit well, give a good range of motion, offer protection and a decent level of comfort.

    Cheap gloves might be ok for a 10 minute commute but not much more.

    Hope these are decent but without trying them on couldnt comment
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    When someone cannot afford big brands gear that could potentially save his life then he start slaggin others (who r buyin proper gear for their own safety)for showing off. I mean why ppl r not buyin cheap chinese motorcycles? why payin more for big brands ones? Am not „cocky”, imo you always get what u paid for.
    Personally i wish i had known this stuff when i started. Would have bought Knox Handroids or something
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    Received them today, great buy. Quality leather. Pleased
    I assume they are not Waterproof.
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    timbotadumitruion46 m ago

    I assume they are not Waterproof.


    Nope, but get waterproof spray in Aldi for not even 2quid and they will b waterproof.
    czepeklidera13th Apr

    Nope, but get waterproof spray in Aldi for not even 2quid and they will b …Nope, but get waterproof spray in Aldi for not even 2quid and they will b waterproof.


    Didn't thought about that. Cheers
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