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Sorry guys, i'm really struggling getting a pair of gloves that are both comfortable and fit.

After the last fiasco, i bought a pair of XS Stella Sp2s, which are really comfortable, but, despite fitting perfectly in the fingers, don't quite reach down between the crooks of my finger joints, like the part that joins to the palm. Is this a major problem? Or would it benefit to go for the small?

I'm not really sure how much the leather will stretch, etc, because they are really comfy, just a little too small (but not pinching).

Is there a way to stretch them slightly, or will they just do it themselves?

Thanks in advance, i really appreciate the help.

Vix

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Hi


I have the same problem getting gloves to fit. In the end I found some Frank Thomas in Small. THey have stretched to fit me, well, like a glove, now! :lol:


I am having trouble finding some winter gloves that fit though, and that don't feel so bulky that I feel like I won't be able to use the throttle properly! none of them seem to be small enough and thin enough.

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For winter gloves consider getting a slightly larger pair with room for thin wooly gloves underneath.


Or the Lobster Claw type of glove like HG Pathan - I have a cheaper pair which are great.

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Hi


I have the same problem getting gloves to fit. In the end I found some Frank Thomas in Small. THey have stretched to fit me, well, like a glove, now! :lol:


I am having trouble finding some winter gloves that fit though, and that don't feel so bulky that I feel like I won't be able to use the throttle properly! none of them seem to be small enough and thin enough.

 

Summer gloves and heated grips ... works for me ;) :D

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The problem I have with gloves is that they fit well but the leather seems to be so tight, I even have trouble stretching my thumb down to use my indicator, and I don't feel like I've got full control of the throttle and front brake when I'm wearing them.


I want to wear them in but at the same time I dont want to die.

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I have similar problems with gloves. Best thing is wear them in bed to break them in. Same with boots.


:lol: :lol:

 

Lmfao :D I am sure my missus would let me do that! :lol:

 

It was missus Hoody's idea :shock:

 

Yeh, but you're not saying which gloves and boots are you Hoody :lol: :lol:

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