4 / 5 Reviewer
Pros
  • Strong Goat Leather Chassis
  • Timeless, Classic Styling
  • EN 13594: 2015 Level 1 Safety Certified
  • Double-Layer Palm Protection
  • Cons
  • No Armour
  • Minimal Ventilation
  • Not Touchscreen Capable
  • The classic Spidi Old Glory motorcycle gloves feature a full goat leather chassis offering excellent sensitivity thanks to the fact that goat leather offers outstanding abrasion and penetration resistance with a thinner cross section than traditional cowhide.
    Safety4
    Abrasion Resistance5
    Affordability3
    Comfort3
    Styling5

    When designing the Old Glory gloves the team at Spidi wanted to create a glove that could be worn by people who ride vintage and classically styled motorcycles without looking out of place.

    They also wanted the gloves to offer the best possible abrasion protection while maintaining industry leading sensitivity – many vintage motorcycles need an experienced and sensitive hand to be ridden properly.

    With a thickness of 0.6 to 0.8 mm the goat leather chassis has an additional leather panel and padding across the palms for extra protection in a slide.

    They have a velcro wrist closure to keep them firmly attached when you need them most, and low-profile flex sections across the back of the hands and the thumb, index, and middle fingers.

    With a close, form-fitting design the Old Glory gloves are comfortable on the hand even after hours in the saddle. Spidi offer the Old Glory gloves in black or ocher, with sizes ranging from S to 3XL, and they’re safety certified to the EN 13594: 2015 level 1 standard.

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