Anyone who rides motocross knows that gloves are a must. When facing factors like vibration or impacts out on the track, you need something to act as a buffer to protect your hands. Womens motocross gloves have come a long way in the past decade or so, and not only are they more stylish than they have ever been, they perform better than ever before as well. The design has evolved and improved so that ladies gloves are optimally constructed to fit the contour of the female hand for easy movement. The lightweight construction also helps to eliminate bulk and distractions when you are trying to operate your controls. Specialized panels protect your palms or enhance your grip, ventilated sections or fabrics allow better airflow, and secure wrist closures keep your gloves in place – why would you even dream of riding without a pair? You’ll find plenty of styles to choose from in our selection from great motocross brands like Answer Racing, Fly Racing, Fox Racing, Thor, Troy Lee and more. If you want to complete a certain look or style, don’t forget to match your gloves up with a ladies jersey and pair of motocross pants.
Steven in MO
These are great, especially if you have bad blisters from previous race and need to cover them. Raced a 3.5 hour hare scramble without them and blistered like crazy. I had a race the following weekend and wore these and couldn't tell my hands were messed up. I don't recommend running them for the first time on race day because they do increase grip circumference and will cause abnormal arm pump. However, after that one race, I haven't pumped since. I also switched to gloves that have no paging in palm and they're very comfortable.Read All Reviews
Carrigan in NC
I love the Risk Racing Palm Protectors, I've trusted them for years. When I saw that RM made their own version, and they were less expensive, I was stoked. I couldn't wait to try them out. They didn't even make it through one moto. The design, especially between my finger and thumb, just didn't give me the same protection the RISK ones do. They are kind of oddly shaped in comparison too, and just don't have as good of a fit. I'll be spending the extra $$ for the Risk ones.Read All Reviews