When it comes to motorcycle gloves, there are two main attributes every rider should take note of: comfort and safety. At Rocky Mountain ATV/MC, we’ve taken care to carry numerous gloves that meet these two requirements.
We always put safety first, and that’s why you won’t find any subpar gloves in our inventory. Whether you prefer authentic leather or synthetic material, these motorcycle gloves are designed to be abrasion resistant in the event of an accident. Some of them also have additional protection covering the knuckles or fingers.
Of course, no one likes to ride uncomfortably. These gloves are designed with a variety of features to make your ride more enjoyable. Many of these gloves feature pre-curved fingers to avoid bunching while your hands are on the grips. Others include strategically placed padding to reduce fatigue. And if you dislike feeling restricted by complete gloves, we also have fingerless options that still offer protection to the palm.
Although comfort and safety are important, there’s another attribute we also know is important to a vast number of motorcyclists: style. This is where our selection is really distinguished. While all of our gloves accommodate the major points of comfort and safety, each one has a unique style. So whether you appreciate a more vintage look or love gloves of the sportier variety, we’ve got something for you.
If you’re in the market for motorcycle gloves, check out our selection now. You won’t be disappointed!
Micah in NC
When I received the gloves they ripped the very first time I tried them on. I have emailed the company itself. I have not gotten a reply back I do understand with everything going on in the world they’re busy but just a quick email back would really help.Read All Reviews
John in NV
They were thinner than I expected. I rode 100 miles the other night with about 30 MPH winds and 25 degrees. My hands didn't even get cold. I was surprised. It does seem like I need to break them in a bit as they were a bit stiff between my thumb and my index finger. Great quality and I'm glad that I bought them.Read All Reviews
Adam in VA
These liners far exceeded my expectations. At 40°F they work very well under my regular riding gloves. The fit was spot on however you may consider up sizing your outer glove. The liners are not overly bulky but obviously they do increase the size of your hand. The liners combined with the Klim Klimate make a winter glove duo that will easily keep your hands warm in temperatures well below freezing. My wife and I both use these gloves every February when we go to WV to ride the Hatfield and McCoy Trails and they get the job done!!!Read All Reviews
Adam in VA
My wife and I go to West Virginia every year during February to ride the Hatfield and McCoy Trails. It can get extremely cold and wet so we needed a glove that would do it all and the Klim Klimate Gauntlet gets it done. 200g of insulation on the back of the hand, 100g on the palm so you still have decent feel on the grips, Gore-Tex wind & waterproofing and Klim quality for a great price!!! Without heated grips these gloves work well at keeping your hands warm to about 35°. When the temperatures are below freezing we use the Klim 3.0 Glove liners and of course our heated grips and are hands are warm for all day trail riding. The most extreme cold I've used these gloves in was at 25° and with the liners and heated grips they provided enough warmth to trail ride comfortably. I'm not 100% what the palms are made of put they provide really good grip even for a bulkier insulated glove. We also use the Klim Gauntlet and 3.0 liners on our yearly trips to New Hampshire for snowmobiling and we've never had to come off the trail early because of cold or wet hands.Read All Reviews
Ryan in KY
I got these because I bought a different brand of glove that was way too bulky and did not fit correctly. I decided to spend the cash for some Klim gear (also got the Induction jacket) and these gloves have been just great. They flow a ton of air, so my hands haven't sweated up. The grip is great and the knuckle protection seems like it would survive a good crash and slide. After about a week of riding in them they broke in like a good pair of leather gloves will. On sizing, I went with an XL and I think that is true to size. It's pretty much the size I go with for most cycling and motorcycling gloves.Read All Reviews