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.
Nicholas in TX
Favorite gloves so far. They can be a little warm during the summer here in Texas but not too bad in the grey color . They are sufficiently warm down in the 60s as well. I like the knuckle padding as it is substantial enough to provide some protection without causing bruising on the knuckles during long, rough days. Also very reasonably priced for the quality.Read All Reviews
TRAVIS in AZ
We wear these gloves in Arizona to protect us from cactus and other sharp bushes/trees. I've tested 10+ different pairs of gloves and these are by far the best in the protection department. Going to be a little tight when you first buy them. They need to wear in. Personally I wear size large gloves and these were tight for about two rides.Read All Reviews