A solid pair of driving gloves were an absolutely essential piece of equipment for men like Moss and Fangio, the cars of the era had no power-steering and the wooden steering wheels could leave a man’s hands covered in blisters during longer races like the Mille Miglia or the Targa Florio. In the modern day,…
Vanson Leathers and Iron & Resin are two companies with a lot in common. They’re both American through and through, they both spend a lot of time working with leather and they both do everything by hand, in the USA.
Summertime can tend to make it tough to dress properly when on your motorcycle, protective gear is often hot and bulky which leaves you sweating like an American whistleblower in a Russian airport terminal.
The Replica 77 Gloves are made in Spidi’s own labs in located north-east Italy, the Replica 77s are a special edition built to the same specifications as their first ever gloves that were originally released in 1977.
This pair of ring-ready professional boxing gloves by Everlast have that classic, timeless look that means they’ll fit in everywhere from a professional boxing gym to a basement with a heavy bag hanging from the ceiling beams.
These eye catching VMX Motorcycle Gloves are now in stock over at the Hammarhead Store, they come in 3 colour variations and are made from 100% American deerskin, the gloves come in 4 sizes and cost $79 USD.
The Japanese company Harold’s Gear used to produce some of the best retro motorcycle gloves you could find anywhere, sadly the state of both the global and Japanese economy have been tough on the small firm and they recently went out of business.