Saint Unbreakable Motorcycle Gloves

Over the past few years Saint have made a name for themselves producing some of the most technologically advanced fabrics in the world for motorcycle-specific applications. The new Unbreakable 4.0 fabric is made from 62% UHMWPE blended with 38% cotton, it’s 133 times stronger than regular denim, and it’s 360 degree burst resistant. The Unbreakable Gloves…

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55 Collection Touch Screen Motorcycle Gloves

Motorcycle gloves and smartphones typically don’t work together particularly well, which can be a major annoyance when you’ve pulled over to use your GPS, answer a call, or send a message. The Touch Screen Gloves by 55 Collection have been specifically designed to work with touchscreen devices, they also incorporate full Kevlar reinforcement on the…

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Outlierman Heritage Driving Gloves

The Heritage driving gloves by Outlierman are handmade in Italy from Nappa lambskin leather, chosen for its softness and thinness, allowing you to feel steering wheel feedback clearly and without a thick layer of more traditional cow or buffalo leather in the way. There are 3 colour combinations, black/crimson (above), sunshine/petrol (below), and cobalt blue/taupe…

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Icon 1000 Axys Gloves

The new Icon 1000 Axys Gloves have been designed for 3-4 season use (depending on your local climate) with a perforated back for breathability and high-quality French cowhide cowhide construction. The palms have quilted goatskin overlays for additional abrasion resistance, there are accordion flex zones on the sides, a hook and loop wrist closure, D3O…

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78 Motor Co. Sprint Gloves

The 78 Motor Co. is an England-based moto gear company that specializes in handmade, low-volume production with a strong emphasis on traditional techniques and carefully selected materials. The Sprint Gloves are designed for use in warmer climates, with perforated hand and finger backs for increased airflow. The gloves have a double stitched upper panel with…

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Pagnol M4 Moto Gloves

The new Pagnol M4 Moto Gloves have been designed to offer a highly functional and protective leather glove with an understated design that’ll suit almost any jacket you pair it with. Pagnol uses goatskin leather for the M4 coupled with semi-soft foam protection for both the knuckles and palms, there’s a velcro wrist strap to…

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Autodromo Stringback Driving Gloves

Driving gloves were and still are an essential piece of kit for any competitive driver, events like the original Mille Miglia would often stretch to over 20 hours of driving after which a wooden steering wheel would have wreaked havoc on bare hands. This pair of gloves by Autodromo have a 100% cotton crochet back…

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Icon 1000 Retrograde Gloves

The new Icon 1000 Retrograde Gloves combine a goatskin chassis with a seamless kangaroo leather palm, D3O armour underlays across the knuckles, and a pair of titanium knuckle plates for good measure. Both kangaroo and goat leather have become more and more popular in recent years as they offer unproved abrasion resistance over standard cowhide…

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Velomacchi Speedway Gloves

Velomacchi’s Speedway Gloves have been designed to showcase the style of the classic flat track and road racing gloves from the 1970s – worn by the likes of Kenny Roberts, Eddie Lawson, and Ray Carroll. Each glove has a deerskin palm for dexterity and finer sensitivity, with a goatskin exterior for abrasion protection, the finger…

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Ace Gloves by Roland Sands Design

Roland Sands Design is a company that has a slight edge on much of its competition due to the fact that its founder is a former professional motorcycle racer. After retiring from racing, Roland Sands began developing gear specifically for motorcyclists that was designed by himself and other riders. The Ace Gloves are a new…

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Dainese Ellis Gloves

The new Dainese Ellis Gloves feature 100% goatskin leather construction, a material that’s becoming a more and more popular for use in motorcycle gear due to its light weight and exceedingly high abrasion resistance. The Ellis Gloves also have preserved fingers, reinforced palms, perforations for airflow and soft inserts on the knuckles and palms. Dainese…

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Speed Glove by Seventy Eight Motor Co.

The Speed Glove by Seventy Eight Motor Co. was developed after a months-long motorcycle road trip taken by the company’s founder from England to Mongolia. By the time he arrived the gloves had worn marks into his hands the the helmet had given him a bald patch just above his forehead – and he swore that…

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