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!
Frank in WA
These long gloves fit ok, and are well-designed to easily get over jacket cuffs. But the quality of the stitching is terrible: within 10 days of use, the thumb stitching on the right glove has come apart, and you can see it start to come apart on the left glove too. The stitching was far too close to the edge of the material. Velcro tab cover also came undone due to insufficient glue. Gloves are comfortable and wind/water resistant and not too hot in 45*f weather.Read All Reviews
Jeramy in WA
As far as being waterproof, they are the best gloves I have used. but that analysis isnt that great because before these I was using an old pair of Joe Rocket gloves that finally gave out after ten years. I bought these and they are nice, but not very durable. the textile material is starting to fray and one of the seems came apart on the right hand side fingers. I guess I could have sent them back, but just made a repair with shoe goo and it is good to go. in an ideal world, i would like to see something a little more durable.Read All Reviews
Brian in OR
I wanted a pair of quality winter gloves that aren't too bulky for me to feel my controls, that didn't break the bank, and wouldn't fall apart after the first couple rides like my last ones did. I got these last fall, it's now late spring and they've done what I expected. They look nice, material and stitching are quite good, and they're even armored. Use of the controls was not as perfect as with my summer gloves, but I could still easily feel the tiny controls on my old '87 XL600 dual-sport, which is far better than most winter gloves. I have short fat fingers and though tight, generally wear a size med because I hate bunching at the tip of my fingers. They are true to size. I ordered both sizes L and M just in case, and ended up keeping the medium. While trying the size L, an old lady was coming at me in my lane and I couldn't even find the horn in time because the bunching in the finger tips. That day they were packed and shipped back. Please note that these gloves are a trade-off. Below about 45F can get uncomfortable for anything but short local rides. I added silk liners but all they did was make the gloves much easier to take on/off, which was worth it on it's own, but didn't really help with the cold. I pleasure ride in the pacific northwest (Portland, OR). Gloves do not leak. Rain showers are a part of life here, but I avoid heavy rain. I made several 4-6 hour rides while the roads were still iced over. Don't do this in these gloves unless you can take the pain. Many stops to warm hands over warm motor. For me tactile feedback wins over comfort at temps below 45F. If you are a daily commuter, you might want a different glove. Overall very satisfied with quality, features and price.Read All Reviews