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submitted by FrogBiker

I have bought many different pairs of summer wear, perforated leather gloves. I have small hands with short fingers and have trouble finding something that fits well but doesn't cost an arm and a leg. My first pair of Tour Master women's Standard Summer Gloves fit decently and at $19.95 were a good buy. The down side was the spandex between the fingers rather than full leather and a seam along the inside of the thumb that took a while to break in.

Tour Master Women's Summer Sport Elite Glove Tour Master Women's Summer Sport Elite GloveWhile preparing for the Pony Express Relay for Breast Cancer, I decided to get a second pair to break in ahead of time. When I went looking for another pair of the women's standard summer glove, I discovered the Sport Elite style. They were full leather, vented (perforated) with a Velcro fastener on the back and reasonably priced at $30 (although I have since seen them as high as $40).

I opted to order one pair of each style. I was THRILLED with the Summer Sport Elite glove. Not only did it fit even better than the Standard Summer Glove, but there was no seam to irritate my thumb! In fact, there was an extra layer of leather over the inner area of the index finger and thumb, as well as a nicely padded palm. Well made and well fitting for my small hand - I hope they make these for a long, long time!

Thanks to FrogBiker for submitting this personal review. Froggi has been riding since 2002, but it seems like only yesterday she was learning. Her current ride is a 2011 HD® SuperLow Sportster.

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