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    Anyone have any recommendations for a good set of driving gloves? The pair I have now are ones I use to ride motorcycle and they're fine but I want something a little classier for in the car/going out. Not looking to spend a fortune but I want something that's a quality glove.
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    I think unless your steve mcqueen its pretty tough to pull off driving gloves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquaholic View Post

    I think unless your steve mcqueen its pretty tough to pull off driving gloves.
    or Alex Roy or Jason statham, :P

    You can buy them off the web only problem is you wanna try them before you buy. You could go to a store that sells leather clothing or a suit store, those gloves i've seen a few times in the "fancy" stores.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aquaholic View Post

    I think unless your steve mcqueen its pretty tough to pull off driving gloves.
    I like to think I'm Steve McQueen. But in all seriousness though I have a solid metal shifter and the damn thing gets freezing in the winter and hot enough to actually cause minor burns in the summer if you leave the car in the sun too long. And you're right MBZGuy, they are something you'd want to try on first. Might look around Toronto when I'm there next.
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    Alpinestars makes nice gloves. I got a pair as a gift, very nice. Here in Ca, the summers are pretty hot- sweaty palms and a big, slick wood steering wheel make it hard to drive lol.
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    If you're looking for armored gloves, that's an issue. If you're looking for fashion gloves that provide absolutely no protection, then by far, your best bet will be Dents. There are better gloves as your budget increases, but these should work if you're not willing to invest into something better.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DBugden09 View Post
    I like to think I'm Steve McQueen. But in all seriousness though I have a solid metal shifter and the damn thing gets freezing in the winter and hot enough to actually cause minor burns in the summer if you leave the car in the sun too long. .
    I bet A nice shifter is the same price of said nice gloves...just saying.
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    Driving gloves are for sexy little upper middle class trophy wifes in a preowned boxster or slk350 or for bank job getaway drivers. I hated wearing gloves even in the race cars.

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    Meh. Just burn your hands of like a man.

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