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Old 01-16-2011, 12:51 AM   #14
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Location: Spokane, WA
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Our Prodigy glove is meant to be our "everyday" riders glove. It can be altered to make it look less racey, although the perforations are meant to help with visibility as the holes reflect light.

Exhibition pro- Yes, a warm weather glove.

At this point, all of our gloves share the same construction methods and materials, except for one... Kangaroo leather. Our "premier" models were built and tested using kangaroo to ensure passage of the testing requirements. In all but seam testing, we had absolutely no trouble in passing the standards. Our bet is that our standard leather gloves built using our CE design will have no trouble passing the main testing standards within EN13594.
Something we hope to find out sometime this year...

We currently have an "open challenge" to any other manufacturer on planet earth to see who makes the strongest glove. I'd be willing to offer any of our gloves for the comparison, if it ever happens...

Anything on our menu is open for the group buy. Unfortunately, we need at least 10 people for the Exhibition Pro's. Anything built with Kangaroo would require a minimum of 15 pairs of the same style/color.

30% discount if we can reach those numbers. 35% + if we can double them ;)



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Considering your interest in CE spec gloves, I'm sure you've heard of the suit? It'd be great to find someone to convince jofama to bring it to the US. Maybe, someone like yourself? Apparently, they have no plans to bring the safety suit stateside..
Not a bad idea, unfortunately we're not highly known in the Motorcycling world and promotion is definitely not our strong point ;)
We love building the products, not the logo...


Made in Pakistan...

Sizing... use the EU portion of this chart:

www.highvelocitygear.com/sizing.htm
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