A long day of riding can take a toll on every part of your body, especially your hands. Twisting throttles and pulling clutches can blister and bruise, especially if done without the protection of riding gloves. A good pair of gloves is the finishing touch to your riding ensemble, providing an extra layer of comfort, protection, and even style.
It doesn’t matter where you ride, gloves will always be a necessity. Going top speeds on the freeway can subject your hands to the elements, causing chaffing, numbness, and other discomforts. Meanwhile, riding through dirt, gravel, or sand with your hands exposed can subject them to some serious damage. Don’t let the lightweight and thin construction of gloves fool you – their fabric has been designed to protect hands in the event of a crash, offering a barrier between the ground and your skin. Riding gloves aren’t just good for protection, however, they also make holding onto any set of bars much easier. Clenching a pair of vibrating bars with tough grips can be very uncomfortable, so having a pair of gloves in between can make the ride more bearable, giving you the energy to go even longer.
With so many sizes, styles, and brands of gloves to choose from, you’re bound to find a pair that fits your needs. If it doesn’t fit, utilize our Fit Guarantee program to get the shipping paid for on your first exchange and take the hassle out of ordering your next pair of riding gloves.
John in CA
They run small. The Extra Large fit like a small Large. The clove does not cover the outer wristbone. So the gloves are almost wothless for riding in chaparral or brush as mine got red and raw fast. I always fit great with Large gloves, but I order Extra Large in order to wear Moose Underware Liners underneath. In this case, the XL size is too small for me. The cut off my circulation it is that bad. These would make ?fair? motocross or mountain bike gloves at best, and are poor offroad gloves.Read All Reviews
Charles in WA
I want to buy a case of these! These are perfect for the PNW winters, especially if you do not have heated grips. I wear them until I start to sweat in them then switch to lighter weight gloves. I'm really surprised on how well they have held up too. From taking falls, moving debris, to being caked in mud, they are a great value.Read All Reviews
Ryan in CA
I took a chance and purchased these gloves a few months ago. I use these gloves for ADV, dual sport riding and for mtn biking. Other reviewers spoke about fitment and seam placement and I have had no issues with either. Fit is true to my other Klim gloves and I have no hot spots anywhere. I've had several offs on my dual sport and mtn bike and there is no damage at all. The only thing I would change is moving the foam pad on the outside of the palm up the hand slightly. Seems to be a bit of a gap on the side of the palm that may be a factor on an asphalt slide.Read All Reviews