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There is nothing like riding a motorcycle on a beautiful summer day. It’s the ultimate experience, and for many, it is the best way to enjoy the open road. A motorbike is a thrill that is far removed from driving a car, and also one of the most efficient ways of getting from one place to another.

The disadvantage is that accidents do happen, and if you fall from a motorbike, you need to be sure you are fully protected. A helmet is – of course – a legal requirement, and a necessary one too, and sensible riders ensure they are fully kitted-out in leather trousers, jackets, boots, and gloves.

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Gloves are a very important part of any biker’s wardrobe, as they not only provide protection but also help grip as well as keeping the hands warm when the weather is less agreeable! If you look at this website, you will find reviews of some of the best examples of motorcycling gloves that you can buy, and below, we are going to talk about a few of the best. So, let’s see if we can find a pair of biking gloves that fit the bill for you.

1. Cortech Men’s Latigo 2RR

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We want to talk about this pair of gloves from Cortech because they not only look the part, but they provide superb protection. This is a quality pair of gloves in every way, and they are designed specifically for motorcyclists. These could be worn by road bikers or dirt bikers equally, and offer excellent grip.

The back is tough leather, the ideal material, with the fingers and thumbs being a double layer of leather and rubber padding. This provides more than adequate protection all-round. They will also keep your hands dry, as they are superbly made, high-quality gloves.

2. Steadfast Black and Grey

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If you’re looking for those that are designed for all-year-round use, and with comfort and protection in equal measures, check out the amazing quality of this pair from Hold Fast.

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These are simply superb gloves – this is the black and grey version – made from top quality leather and designed with double leather lining plus breathable mesh for comfort and cooling, and hardened knuckles to protect the most vulnerable parts of the hand. A suede palm is also part of the construction and helps with grip and movement. A great pair of gloves at a sensible price and worth looking at in more detail.

3. Seibertron SP2

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This pair of biking gloves follow the theme we’ve already seen in being largely leather in construction. However, they are notably superbly put together and come from a maker with a wide range of such items.

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They cover the wrist – this is favored by some riders but not others – thus providing extended protection, but unlike some, they do allow for full movement. The leather is tough and strong. In fact, some buyers have commented that they are a superb fit once they have been ‘broken in,’ and the palm offers a grip that is more than acceptable. Available in various colors and a full range of sizes, this is certainly a great pair of gloves.

4. ILM Alloy Steel Touchscreen

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One problem with wearing tough biking gloves is that you have to take them off when you need to scroll through the messages on your smartphone. This pair from ILM does away with this problem as they are touchscreen-compatible, but that’s not the first thing that strikes you about them!

That would be the steel hand and knuckle protectors that are part of the design, along with the very touch leather and non-slip grip palm, that not only add superb protection but give these fabulous black gloves a sci-fi, futuristic look that will appeal to the more extreme bikers out there! Great ones, and available in sizes from Medium to XXL.

5. Shima Caliber

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If the image you want to present is less ‘Bad Boy Biker’ and more stylish, cultivated gent, then this pair of very attractive gloves from Shima offers a combination of superb looks, fantastic quality, and great protection.

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Finished in brown – unusual for biker gloves – and resembling a pair of driver’s gloves more than a motorcycle, this pair is made from top quality, toughened leather that is perforated for breathing, and also has a specially designed grip for added versatility and safety. We can’t recommend these highly enough, as they are the perfect choice for taking a leisurely cruise on your touring bike.

6. Alpinestars SMX-1 Air V2

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The Alpinestars brand is well known throughout the motorcycling world, and especially when it comes to tough, rough and ready, top quality gloves and gear for dirt bikers.

They are designed for universal use, so they will be equally at home worn by a biker on the road, and a combination of tough leather and mesh makes them very comfortable as well as providing superb protection. A great fit and designed as you would expect from this very stylish and bold brand; this is a pair that comes highly recommended.

7. Indie Ridge Premium

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Another pair finished in brown – with a metallic sheen that looks superbly stylish – this pair of bikers gloves are designed in a traditional manner, and they look the part as well as offering superb protection thanks to being made from quality leather. Designed with the flex of the fingers in mind, and therefore perfect for grip at all times, these are gloves for the discerning rider rather than the out and out speed freaks, yet also offer hardened knuckles for ultimate protection. Available in sizes XS to XXL, there’s a size here for everyone.

The above represent just a few of the motorcycling gloves that come highly recommended by riders of all ages and types, and there are many more to consider. We believe that these are some of the best available, so check them out further by reading more detailed reviews, and you’ll be sure to find a pair of biker gloves that not only fit beautifully but offer you excellent protection when out on the road.

 


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