Motorcycle Gloves for Sport Riders or Just Cruising.
Gloves come in all shapes sizes, colors and models. We carry a full assortment of motorcycle gloves from gauntlet to short.
Currently our selection of gloves consists of gloves from the following manufacturers: Alpinestars, AGV Sport, Icon, Hatch, Mechanix Wear, Moose, Z1R Vented Gloves.
Gloves come in as many variations as there are riders. From vented gloves and fingerless for cruising to sport gloves that are reinforced with kevlar and hard carbon fiber armor on the knuckles and top of the fingers. Some are also padded around the knuckles and the tops of the fingers. Gloves are made from a variety of materials. Most are made from leather or kevlar type mesh. The leather is usually sturdy cowhide or deer skin for softness. There are also combination gloves that are a combination of leather and a kevlar mesh material.
We also carry mechanix wear gloves. the name says it all these gloves are made for those guys that are wrenching on your bike to keep her going. Made for extreme use to protect the hands from vibrations caused by impact wrenches and air tools.
Chances are if you're looking for a motorcycle glove we can accommodate you. Increase your safety and comfort by wearing motorcycle gloves when your out riding.
Motorcycle gloves are definitely a necessary part of motorcycle gear. Most motorcycle gloves are made from leather. Leather motorcycle gloves come in full grain leather as well as perforated leather, which allows more air thru the glove to keep you cool, while still providing the necessary protection. Motorcycle gloves are now also made of Kevlar re enforced materials. Which ever the case maybe if you are an avid sport rider or you like to cruise, motorcycle riding gloves are a necessary part of any good riders gear. A good set of gloves can save the skin on the palm of your hand and then some. I have seen what hands can look like after a fall without gloves. It isn’t pretty. Just recently a friend of mine took a fall at about 90 mph on the freeway he had on a shirt and his motorcycle gloves. His arm got road rash good, however not a patch of skin missing on his hands. He told me his gloves were trashed and if he didn’t have them the fall would have probably taken all the skin of his hands. He skid about 80 feet. So you see motorcycle gloves are a necessary piece of equipment to keep you in one piece. Also these days there are so many styles of gloves that there is bound to be a set that fits your style.