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FCL Drawstring Gauntlet - Lined

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International Orders Only: Wildlife leather products including deerskin, buffalo and elkskin for delivery outside the USA will incur additional handling charges of $15 and a delay of about 1 month due to Export Handling mandated by US Dept. of Fish and Wildlife.

The Lined FCL Drawstring Gauntlet is my favorite deerskin gauntlet. One simple pull of the nylon string tightens the cord lock for a perfect seal and there is no cold air licking around your wrists or up your motorcycle jacket sleeves. Other features include palm patch, knuckle patch, wrist strap and a fit equal to or better than any other glove we carry.

The Lined FCL Drawstring Gauntlet was designed by Pete as he tried to find a simple more effective way to eliminate all the wind crawl - simplicity up on its hind legs.

Check out the review of the Men's Lined FCL Drawstring Gauntlet at VtwinBiker.com. You can read more third party reviews of Fox Creek Leather motorcycle gloves and other products here.

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  1. Well made 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Jan 20th 2012

    I've had these gauntlets for about a year and they are quite nice. With or without thermal liners they are very comfortable and they are easy to ride with. I've ridden all the way down to 13 degrees Fahrenheit on the highway going about 70 MPH. While the rest of me was frozen when I got to work, with a pair of Thinsulate liners and a pair of woolen liners with these gauntlets, I could still feel my fingers and hands.
    They are not "windproof" per say, but they definitely hold the heat in quite well. They are also decently water-resistant without using any sealers.
    The drawstring is an absolute must-have if these are over-sized as suggested for cold-weather riding. It makes securing them and sealing them up a snap. They are made for riding and well made at that.
    I ride in all weather except when the road is white (so snow, ice or salty). For the 6 months or so when these are needed, they have not degraded in quality since I purchased them. If anything, they actually have gotten slightly better from break-in and forming to my hand.

    Worth every penny in my opinion and being hand made in America is just icing on the cake. For me, they are a must-have for cold-weather riding.

  2. First Impression = A Winner 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Nov 19th 2010

    I have ridden off & on for years with the last 3 while living at our cottage in Canada. Last year, we did quite a bit of Fall riding and my hands were always getting cold even with the winter gloves and a liner, so I was determined to find the "perfect" gloves for this fall AND winter.
    We moved back down to the States, to NC, where I plan to ride right through the winter since there won't be 5 feet of snow here, but I hate being cold {which is why we won't be doing anymore winters in Canada, sorry in-laws}.
    I knew of Fox Creek from my internet surfing, but had never purchased from them before. I ordered a pair of FCL Drawstring gloves to use this fall & winter and was impressed right off the bat because they arrived the next morning ... WOW, that's fast service!
    My first impression was that they were well-designed & made with nice, soft leather, plus they were very comfortable & flexible and they got their first rode-test yesterday.
    I do a lot of riding including missions with the Patriot Guard Riders and our missions are a go no matter the weather. Yesterday, the weather man called for a clearing day with mild temps, but as usual he was WRONG. I rode 2 hours to do a funeral escort, in the morning with most of it in a cold, drizzly rain & guessing the temp was in the mid 40's with the wind-chill factor. On arrival, my hands were still warm and I am very pleased!!!
    You should have seen some of the looks I got as I passed the peeps in their cages ... am sure they thought I was nuts, but I was warm & happy to be on the bagger.
    I really like the drawstring as it insured that no air was getting in along with the velcro-wrist strap, unlike my old gauntlets that just had a strap. Another GREAT thing I like is with so many other winter gloves I have used, you lose a certain amount of feeling between your hands & the grips, but with these I still felt that connection.
    Will get to test them more in the coming months & will try to get back here for a follow-up.
    Thanks Fox Creek!

  3. At The Top 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Oct 14th 2010

    " at the top " - can be described in many ways about this gloves. I have used them now for about 2 years of riding. We don't have California/Florida temperatures here in Norway, - so the inner lining is very good to prevent your fingers to get numb - how can you drive with numb fingers? In addition the gloves are so nice and "tiny" - I mean they are not with square finger ends - I can fish my remote control for the garage from my pockets with the gloves on, as well as keys etc.
    I have many years of riding experience on my shoulders, and I recommend these gloves to anyone - lined or unlined.

  4. I finally found the right gloves 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Mar 20th 2009

    I have only been riding for about three years now. One of the first things I started looking for as far as accessories go is a good pair of cool/ cold weather gloves. This was the fifth pair I purchased in my search for the right gloves.
    Most of the previous gloves were fairly comfortable but not nearly as comfortable as these (that gives them one star). The other pairs kept maybe 40-50% of the wind out when riding. These keep about 99% of the wind out (that is star two). Some of the other pairs were just as warm as these but at nearly twice the thickness. You can still feel the controls through these (third star). The deerskin is so smooth and looks better than any of the other pairs (star four). Now, my favorite thing is how easy these gloves are to put on and seal up with one hand and they stay sealed (that is star five). That finishes us up with five stars.
    Now I know that the price is a good bit for a pair of gloves but I spent about twice that much on the first four pairs that are just crap compared to these. This is the first pair I have owned that I have been truly satisfied with. I would recommend these gloves for temps as low as between 40 and 50 degrees depending on your tolerances. Now, about Fox Creek Leather, I have three words: unmatched customer service. Thank you guys so much for for a great pair of gloves and a great, helpful, accommodating staff.

  5. A Good Choice 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Nov 9th 2008

    As an owner of a well worn pair of Lee Parks Deer Tours, I was looking for a colder weather pair of gloves that would provide the same level of fit, quality and comfort that I had become used to.
    My first inclination was to purchase the Lee Parks Deer Sport PCi gloves; however, I decided to save some money and try the FCL Drawstring Gauntlet gloves betting on the quality and craftsmanship of Fox Creek Leather. I was not disappointed. The leather is soft and supple, the overall quality and tactile feel is just like a heavier version of my Deer Tour gloves. The stitching and overall construction look to be just like my Deer Tours minus perhaps some of the extra leather on the back hand side of the glove. I can feel the controls and operate the tiny radio buttons. I've worn the gloves in upper 40s/low 50s(F)temps without a liner in complete comfort. Since they're new, I've not yet tested them in colder weather but I think their temp limit might be somewhere north of 40F for me. The gauntlet fits easily over my jacket and I found that I didn't really need to use the drawstring. The velcro strap could be about a half inch longer to keep it from coming out of the guide but perhaps with more break-in it will adopt a "memory" and stay put. If you have and appreciate other Fox Creek Leather goods, these will not disappoint.

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