1. Falling head over heels? Motorcycle riders know better: it’s often hands over heels when a rider takes a tumble. Motorcycle gloves provide not only a sure grip and protection from sun and cold, but also a second skin for accident protection.
2. The sizes of our mens motorcycles gloves and womens motorcycle gloves include small, medium, large, extra small, extra large, double x large, and triple x large. If you wear glove liners, you may want to move up a size.
3. Leather motorcycle gloves have long been the preferred choice of the serious rider, and not just because they’re the obvious complement to motorcycle leathers and jackets. As leather breaks in, it molds itself to your hands and hand movement, creating a more natural fit than textile.
4. If you’re riding in cold or rain, a longer motorcycle glove is a must. Mens and womens gauntlet motorcycle gloves feature an extended cuff for wrist and arm protection from cold, wind, and wet.
5. Advanced protection and ergonomic design make womens and mens bionic motorcycle gloves flexible, comfortable, and safe. Designed by an orthopedic hand surgeon, they feature Tough-Ex™ material, which lab testing has shown to be 200% more durable than standard glove leather.
6. Deerskin motorcycle gloves are an excellent choice for anyone seeking summer riding gloves or a more lightweight motorcycle glove. Deerskin leather is a pliable, lighter-weight leather. It’s a soft, supple, breathable material that will feel great during warm weather riding.
7. Some summer riders may prefer to wear cutoff or fingerless motorcycle gloves for purposes of style and/or comfort. However, while the fingerless style keeps fingers free and cool, it’s a lot less protective. Vented motorcycle gloves with lightweight deerskin leather and designs that enhance breathing will keep hands cool while also guarding against sunlight and abrasions.
8. Padded palms is usually listed among the most important safety features that a pair of motorcycle gloves can provide. Our padded and gel padded motorcycle gloves provide ample protection where you need it most, including knuckles and palms. Padded bionic motorcycle gloves also feature anatomical relief pads that create a more even hand surface, improving grip while lessening fatigue.