What are your favorite gloves?

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5/28/2019 6:57 PM

I’m insanely sick of buying gloves that last a month or two. My 100% gloves tore after the first ride lol. I’ve heard of some people using baseball batting gloves because of their great durability. But it seems like batting gloves would be slippery since they have leather palms and would get really hot. Let’s hear some of your favorite gloves that actually hold up over time.

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5/28/2019 7:03 PM

What grips you running? ODI Emig Pro V2s here. Fasthouse gear, no issues with gloves. 2 pairs of them are over a year old and still look good.

Don't hold on too tight?

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James

5/28/2019 7:08 PM

SoCalMX70 wrote:

What grips you running? ODI Emig Pro V2s here. Fasthouse gear, no issues with gloves. 2 pairs of them are over a year old and still look good.

Don't hold on too tight?

Scott dual density or whatever they’re called. My 100% gloves tore the first time just putting them on...

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5/28/2019 7:52 PM

Fly Racing Kinetic. Those things are awesome. Just enough padding for those long harescramble races, but not enough to be cumbersome.

For shorter races I like tld gp air gloves. Super thin and the right amount of stretch. sometimes I even run them with Risk Racing palm savers for the harescrambles. I think it’s my new favorite combo.

Both gloves have held up to +20 hours of abuse.

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5/28/2019 7:58 PM

I discovered the Leatt gloves after Keefer said on the Pulp show that they were the best gloves ever made. Great fit, amazing grip and they last forever...Now I agree with Keefer...they are the best gloves made!

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5/28/2019 8:35 PM

I got a couple pairs of the Fly racing Lite glove and they are amazing. I have about 20 hours in them now and they are holding up great. Highly recommend!

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Go Hawks!

5/28/2019 8:44 PM

What ever is on clearance on Rocky mountain are my favorite. Buy a few pairs for $10 each and see what you like

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5/28/2019 8:51 PM

I’ve had good luck with Deft. I even use an older pair for yard work as they haven’t torn yet.

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5/28/2019 8:55 PM

You guys have to be doing something wrong. 100% Itracks held up for 4 years of riding, 2 complete harescramble series. I'm guessing around 150 hours? Maybe more? They just started showing some holes so I'm ordering another pair.

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5/28/2019 9:04 PM

I've had great results with the 100% ridefit gloves.Outlasted my Klim and troy lee gloves by far,and they fit my hands perfectly.

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5/28/2019 9:04 PM

Rickyisms wrote:

You guys have to be doing something wrong. 100% Itracks held up for 4 years of riding, 2 complete harescramble series. I'm guessing around 150 hours? Maybe more? They just started showing some holes so I'm ordering another pair.

That’s wild, I just bought a pair earlier this year and they lasted 2 rides before they were toast. Looked great when I bought them, wish they would have held up longer.

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5/28/2019 9:27 PM

I’ve used the pawtector’s for years. I don’t like a lot of padding on my palms so there are several brands that aren’t comfortable. 100% briskers of its cold.

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5/28/2019 10:04 PM

I have really whimpy hands so when I find a glove that works, I stay with it. For me that is the Fox Bomber glove,
I also REALLY like Novik gloves (though the cuff is a little short for me) and I'm a big fan of them being a small company of people that actually ride so I'm happy to give them my money.

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5/28/2019 10:21 PM

Best gloves I've had for a comfort/durability ratio were for sure Deft. Fit snug and nice and they last forever.

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5/28/2019 10:37 PM

Novik

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5/28/2019 10:46 PM

Good topic. I have wimpy hands too and am between a medium and large..I’ve found that even the same brands are sized a little different depending on the model. I bought 2 sets of Seven M gloves-one pair fit “like a glove” and the other pair was a little short, same with Shift

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5/28/2019 11:22 PM

Rickyisms wrote:

You guys have to be doing something wrong. 100% Itracks held up for 4 years of riding, 2 complete harescramble series. I'm guessing around 150 hours? Maybe more? They just started showing some holes so I'm ordering another pair.

TymeMoto wrote:

That’s wild, I just bought a pair earlier this year and they lasted 2 rides before they were toast. Looked great when I bought them, wish they would have held up longer.

I would contact 100% and see if they can help you out.

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5/28/2019 11:55 PM

the ones i don't lose

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5/29/2019 12:39 AM

A Kiwi mate of mine swears by his Velcro gloves.

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5/29/2019 2:04 AM

I’ve always run Klim gloves or Novik.

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5/29/2019 2:05 AM

Fist are the best gloves I've had... not the best quality but for comfort they are amazing. Novik gloves were also awesome, are they still about?

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Braaaaaaaap!!

5/29/2019 3:38 AM

TLD GP air

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5/29/2019 3:59 AM

OT wrote:

Fist are the best gloves I've had... not the best quality but for comfort they are amazing. Novik gloves were also awesome, are they still about?

Yup, just ordered a dozen pairs on clearance.

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5/29/2019 4:32 AM

Novik Gloves, they've got some great pricing on sets right now.

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5/29/2019 5:00 AM

I really like fox airline gloves. Also the shift white label gloves, they’re cheaper too

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5/29/2019 7:05 AM

IDMegaMoto wrote:

I discovered the Leatt gloves after Keefer said on the Pulp show that they were the best gloves ever made. Great fit, amazing grip and they last forever...Now I agree with Keefer...they are the best gloves made!

They should be as they are Pricey WOW

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5/29/2019 7:18 AM

Fist

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5/29/2019 7:51 AM

Oakley factory pilot and factory pilot lite

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5/29/2019 9:04 AM

Fox Airline

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5/29/2019 9:06 AM

Another vote for Fly. I like all their gear. It fits, it is light, it holds up.

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