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A* Problems???

  • 11-30-2012 | 04:29 PM
  • OneSickPsycho
  • My GP Plus gloves broke a seam near the end of the middle finger within a few weeks of me buying them... it's not that bad so I never did anything about it and they've otherwise held up great.
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  • 11-30-2012 | 08:07 PM
  • Porkchop
  • WHAT THE FUCK....

    I just went to ride today and pulled out my full size A* MX-Plus boots since its colder. And the seam on the zipper on the right boot is busted half way up the zipper. Bad luck. I may move away from A* for awhile...
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  • 11-30-2012 | 09:31 PM
  • JoJoYZF
  • Quote goof2
    Same here, had a pair of Octane gloves for the last 4 or 5 years with no problems.
    I just finished my 3rd season with my octanes and they're still in great shape. I have a pair of gp plus gloves too but haven't worn them enough to judge.
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  • 12-01-2012 | 12:09 AM
  • shmike
  • Quote OneSickPsycho
    My GP Plus gloves broke a seam near the end of the middle finger within a few weeks of me buying them... it's not that bad so I never did anything about it and they've otherwise held up great.
    Yep.

    Quote JoJoYZF
    I just finished my 3rd season with my octanes and they're still in great shape. I have a pair of gp plus gloves too but haven't worn them enough to judge.
    You haven't worn them enough.

    I've worn through a set of GP Plus' and busted seams in the fingers in two sets of GP Pros.

    Of course, my cheapie A*s mesh gloves have lasted forever.
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  • 12-07-2012 | 11:42 AM
  • fasternyou929
  • Quote shmike
    Yep.



    You haven't worn them enough.

    I've worn through a set of GP Plus' and busted seams in the fingers in two sets of GP Pros.

    Of course, my cheapie A*s mesh gloves have lasted forever.
    Same, my A* street gloves last forever. But I can go through 2 sets of GP Pro's in a track season fairly easily.

    And as both of you mentioned, the seams on the fingers are always the Achilles' heel.
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