You have to love these gloves. Even if you never zip off the long, leather gauntlets, it's like knowing you can pull that rabbit out of your hat. Harley evidently loves this particular glove too, sending it as its ultimate lightweight application, even though the company offers several dozen summer-oriented gloves. We would call the Zip-Offs a three-season glove since we've been very comfortable wearing them in temperatures ranging from mildly hot to pretty darn cold. In fact, during our test ride (Texas in early March), these lined gloves held their own as winter fare. We like the versatility offered by the removable gauntlets, and when they're cast aside, air moves readily into the gloves through the wrist openings. These gloves offer padded, ribbed knuckles for protection and reinforced palm and textured PVC panels on the fore and middle fingers and in the junction of the thumb where you grip the throttle. Selling at around $60, and available in black and men's sizes only, this is a great choice if you want one glove to do it all.