I bought and tested for some time now The Tempest Unisex D-Dry gloves are excellent winter gloves, they take their name from the breathable waterproof D-Dry membrane with thermal padding, excellent for taking on long motorbike rides during winter.
They are in suede and stretch fabric and have a reinforced palm as well as an anti-slip strap. Read Max Farmer Blog for more moto accessories.
They certainly have fewer protections than other more sporty models from Dainese but are robust and equipped with a large shell to protect the knuckles
However, some other features have been added such as the reflective inserts excellent for night walks and the smart touch so that you can use any device without having to remove your gloves. These gloves also have a little gem, a curiosity, on the left thumb there is a small squeegee that in case of rain can be useful to drain the water from the visor.
Like the other models, they are very light in fact they weigh only 0.20 Kg. And are CE certified.
I must say that with the TEMPEST D-DRY I feel wonderful , they are not even too stiff to be winter gloves and the hands-on handlebars remain agile, and there are no impediments of any kind in the movements. They keep warm in winter even in fairly cold temperatures. In the city even around zero. In extra-urban, and therefore at higher speeds up to 9 degrees (temperature I tested) they hold the heat well. Without handguards let alone heated grips, it is worth pointing out.
The price of these gloves is around 70 euros.