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    NOOOOOB Array htdub's Avatar
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    Text and Ride Gloves

    http://www.rideicon.com/product_deta...=3431&id=12693



    Operating a touch screen device while fully gloved used to be in the realm solely of Tom Cruise...no longer. The Justice Touchscreen Glove not only sees the future but can finger the past. Equipped with a revolutionary nanotech leather unique to the Icon glove line, Justice Touchscreen allows complete command over any and all touch sensitive screens. The future is at your fingers - hit play.
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    Wow if texting and driving isn't bad enough, now texting and riding, trust Icon ...
    I'm not addicted! and I'm not quitting!!
    Heeere's your sign...

    ...and "always" look on the bright side of life...

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    Icon is gangster cloth. G-Unit brand of motorcycle gear, usually worn by people who can't pull up their pants either.


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    When else, outside of your morning commute, would you answer all those work emails. iPhone + Stem Mount = productive riding.
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7amxE3RLAzQ - That guy could really have benefited from a pair of Icon gloves.
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    I like traffic cones :S Array made Man's Avatar
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    am i surprised that someone actually made this?
    yep.

    am i surprised that it was icon?
    nope.

    am i surprised that it's a shorty glove to boot?
    hell no
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    Those gloves make more sense than this footwear:



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    Eschew obfuscation Array Mollygrubber's Avatar
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    Aerostitch has been selling touch sensitive "riding" gloves for awhile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CHIA View Post
    Those gloves make more sense than this footwear:
    Hey, as long as you've got a 'toe bumper'...
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    Don't be stupid. Array Sikorsky's Avatar
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    I'm OK with the gloves ......... it just help's the survival of the fittest.
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    Once again the usual suspects chime in with BLAH BLAH BLAH.
    Perhaps some riders use their smart phones for tasks other than texting during a ride?
    Touch screens do exist on devises other than your cell phone. GPS maybe?
    Last edited by Frosty; 02-24-2012 at 03:19 PM.

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    oh no, i've been spotted! Array Chyort's Avatar
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    My GPS works just fine with my normal A* gloves... my phone doesn't. But then I'm not stupid enough to try using my phone while riding my motorcycle. I have the common sense to pull over and remove my helmet and gloves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    Once again the usual suspects chime in with BLAH BLAH BLAH.
    Perhaps some riders use their smart phones for tasks other than texting during a ride ride?
    Touch screens do exist on devises other than your cell phone. GPS maybe?
    I'm actually interested in trying these gloves out.

    While one of my GPS units works fine with any gloves, I use my iPhone on a ram mount on my bike for GPS sometimes. Would be nice to not have to pull over and take off my gloves.
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