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Motocross Gloves Scott Ridgeline
Motocross Gloves Scott Ridgeline - Product parameters
There can be two glove lengths. Gloves ending at the wrist are suitable mainly for motocross and enduro riding. Touring gloves, on the other hand, reach forearms. The rider's preferences should also be taken into an account.
Motorcycle glove materials can differ in some ways. However, most of the time they are made of either genuine or synthetic leather. Their qualities are pretty much similar and the biggest differences are in price and service life. Synthetic leather is less surable than genuine leather, but is is also much cheaper. Materials such as polyamide, polyurethane, kevlar and carbon usually make up protectors because they are hard and durable.
Gloves with knuckle protectors provide protection in case of any falls. Knuckle protectors can be placed either on the surface of the glove or integrated inside it. Most often, they are made of durable polyurethane, a highly resistant hardened plastic. Other materials used include kevlar or carbon fibres, a very hard fabric that was especially developed for these types of protectors.
Gloves with anti-slip palm surface guarantee a perfect grip on the handlebars and control levers. There will be no danger of your hands slipping off the grips.
Reflective features exponentially increase the user's visibility. They are suitable especially for winter months that come with mists and early sunset. However, they shouldn't be forgotten even during summer.
Reflective features on clothing items usually take the form of a reflective lettering or stripes that don't clash with regular wear.