Most of the Grade-A American deerhide used to make these gloves winds up in Italy as the material of choice for high-end women's handbags. Don't let that distinction fool you though, this 2.75-plus-ounce deerskin may be supple and offer surgical-glove-like dexterity, but it's still more abrasion-resistant than cowhide. And that's just part of what make these superior riding gloves.
Unlike cowhide that can shrink or stiffen after they get wet, deerskin stays soft and supple through years of regular use. These gloves are sewn together with double-duty thread, which won't pull through leather like Kevlar thread will. And note the seamless palm construction—which eliminates the vulnerable thumb seam found on most every motorcycle-specific leather glove—and on a lot of gloves claiming to be motorcycle specif.
Cap it all off with double-thick deerskin panels on the palm and top of the hand, and a secure strap to make sure these gloves stay in place in the event of a slide, and you'll be hard-pressed to find a more comfortable, more effective, better looking motorcycle glove. These made-in-Oregon gloves are available in tan or black, in sizes XXS through XXXL.
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