With dirt bikes, your journey begins where the pavement ends. Whether you are cutting back and forth on tight singletrack in the mountains or heading deep into the desert on a ride, quality dirt bike gloves are essential for any great trip.
At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we understand what makes up a great glove, and we’ve put together a huge selection designed with dirt bike riders in mind. Whether you live for the next race or just enjoy a casual ride through the woods every other weekend, you’ll find something here that’s perfect for you.
The key to great motocross gloves is all in the design. They’re pre-curved, so their form is already set to grab onto your handlebars without worries of annoying bunching (which can cause painful blisters to swell up on your hands). The fabric is light and breathable, ideal for a powersport use where airflow is essential to keep comfortable. These dirt bike gloves are also built with light padding on the palms for the impacts that your hands would otherwise have to absorb. Several other premium features are available on some product lines, including improved ventilation and padded knuckles.
We don’t only carry dirt bike gloves with a variety of different features, we also carry many different styles. We carry numerous options from major brands like Fox, Answer, Fly Racing, One Industries, Thor, Shift and over a dozen others. We’ve also got several cold-weather riding gloves for those chilly mornings or winter joyrides. Check out our extensive selection now to pick out your next pair of dirt bike riding gloves!
Joseph in TX
They look amazing and with excellent grip however they wear a little big. I use the same size glove for everything but now I know I need to go down one size for klim when it comes to gloves. These gloves will not be any use to you with weather below 50 unless you have a good handlebar wind deflector and maybe heated grips. There is no using your phone with these gloves! No touch screen sensitive finger to navigate your phone screen. I would have given 5 stars if they would have the finger tip feature.Read All Reviews
Nathan in VT
The thicker palm pad makes them not perfect for technical riding, but are a good compromise all around for dual sport. The knuckle piece starts out being pretty uncomfortable, but once the glove breaks in its almost unnoticeable. The wrist velcro strap doesn't stay in place though, which is annoying.Read All Reviews