Your best glove.

8/28/2022 11:12am Edited Date/Time 8/29/2022 1:08pm
What is the best mx/offroad glove you have ever had ? i need to find something that is durable and comfortable. I tried some IXS this weekend and they totaly sucked seams got ripped open everyhere after just a 4 hours enduro race. had 100% brisker glove before and that was really good but i little hot in the summer.
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disbanded
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8/28/2022 11:22am
100% are about the best I've tried lately, along with TLD.
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Rickyisms
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8/28/2022 11:29am
100% iTracks are my go to, they check every box from comfort to durability. Fasthouse is a close second.
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FeetUp
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Santa Maria, CA US
8/28/2022 11:30am
TLD… lasted a couple years
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Jtommr
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MN US
8/28/2022 11:30am
TLD AIR is my go to glove.
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8/28/2022 11:33am
I think my current gloves are leatt. Over the last couple years I’ve used thinner and thinner gloves and now it’s all I like to use
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austin_bo
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Medford, NJ US
8/28/2022 11:44am
RENEN GC-2 for the win

I like my gloves paper thin, which usually means they don't last. For example, Fox 360/Flexair and Shift Blue/Black label gloves feel great for about 2 rides, but then I blow through them. I probably have 10 hrs with these Renen gloves and they look barely worn.

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clarkgray432
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8/28/2022 11:46am
The 100% gloves are the shit. Thin, good feel. I wish 100% would start selling full gear sets like there mtb line. There stuff is the best
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monkeybut417
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8/28/2022 11:56am
The 100% gloves are the shit. Thin, good feel. I wish 100% would start selling full gear sets like there mtb line. There stuff is the...
The 100% gloves are the shit. Thin, good feel. I wish 100% would start selling full gear sets like there mtb line. There stuff is the best
I have a pair of 100% that I really like.
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Rotaholic
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8/28/2022 1:03pm
TLD air/ace fits like a glove 👌
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GG121
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8/28/2022 1:09pm
I had a pair of fox 360 gloves that I wore for years and still have in my bag as a backup set. Very simple construction, single layer palm, no rubber knuckle “protection”, and the Velcro is still going strong. The fox gloves always fit my hands better, I was sponsored by Fly and the fingers were always too long and that would cause the fabric to move around. I’ve got some Alpinestars gloves that I’m pretty happy with now but those fox gloves were a game changer when I first tried them.
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8/28/2022 1:21pm
I’m still wearing the Deft Family gloves I bought on sale over a decade ago. Light and durable. I actually have no idea whether they’re still in business.

I’m fond of the Oakley factory pilot glove as well
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Munson'd
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Madison, WI US
8/28/2022 1:43pm
I like trying gloves on before buying them so
I went to the local Cycle Gear and bought some Bilt brand that has some knuckle padding and feel pretty good. Plus they were only like $12.
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JMCR250
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Chesterfield, MO US
8/28/2022 2:04pm
Old school Fox Pawtectors. Lots of protection, comfortable for me, and they do wear very well.

There is a lot of junk out there. I've seen lots of my riding buddies trash a pair of new gloves in 1-2 rides lately.
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JDirt
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Plano, TX US
8/28/2022 2:08pm
A-Star Dune and Radar for summer. Leather street gloves in winter(which is about 2 months)
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mx317
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8/28/2022 4:29pm
All time favorite were 661 “Nasty” gloves. I wish I had bought a dozen pair when they were available. TLD air is what I wear now.
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TbonesPop
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8/28/2022 4:30pm
TLD Scout Gambit, love'em. Love other TLD gloves too, but those are my favs
8/28/2022 5:21pm
Thinnest ones I can find, full diamond grips, I have 100% now
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DaBaum44
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8/28/2022 5:30pm
Novik Gloves are my favorite. I have 10 sets or so that I rotate through. Only had durability issues with one pair. Nice and thin feel.
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crc245
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Yorba Linda, CA US
8/28/2022 5:34pm
100% Ridecamp gloves. Single layer, no cuff velcro, priced right. Work for moto and mtb. What’s not to like?
4DAIVIPAI2K5
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Coshocton, OH US
8/28/2022 5:38pm
Never had a blow out with my sons Deft Family gloves over the years. Mine I use for mtb'ing have held up well also. Plus Nate Adam's is a cool dude.
jtmaster
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8/28/2022 5:59pm


Loved these Sinisalo gloves back in the day.
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Meister
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8/28/2022 6:15pm
Been stuck on a pair of Sevens I picked up. I'm pretty picky n like them thin too. Liked a pair of novik I had too. I think gloves go hand in hand with grips.. I struggle alot in the hand department and I even work full time construction n beat the shit out of my hands daily. Then I blister all up when I put alota time in. I'm using Spyder grips as of late. I also don't care of having to replace throttle tubes n stuff so I stick to glue ons...
MKMX
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8/28/2022 10:30pm
skypig wrote:
I like FIST gloves. Might not be the best, but almost certainly the “coolest” (They are nice gloves if you like thin palms) Currently rocking some...
I like FIST gloves.
Might not be the best, but almost certainly the “coolest”
(They are nice gloves if you like thin palms)

Currently rocking some “Evil Knievel” and “Ronnie Mac” editions

https://www.fisthandwear.com.au/collections/adult-fist-handwear-range/p…
Fist are absolutely horrible.
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Juck
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8/28/2022 10:58pm
skypig wrote:
I like FIST gloves. Might not be the best, but almost certainly the “coolest” (They are nice gloves if you like thin palms) Currently rocking some...
I like FIST gloves.
Might not be the best, but almost certainly the “coolest”
(They are nice gloves if you like thin palms)

Currently rocking some “Evil Knievel” and “Ronnie Mac” editions

https://www.fisthandwear.com.au/collections/adult-fist-handwear-range/p…
MKMX wrote:
Fist are absolutely horrible.
Why's that
MKMX
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8/28/2022 11:04pm
skypig wrote:
I like FIST gloves. Might not be the best, but almost certainly the “coolest” (They are nice gloves if you like thin palms) Currently rocking some...
I like FIST gloves.
Might not be the best, but almost certainly the “coolest”
(They are nice gloves if you like thin palms)

Currently rocking some “Evil Knievel” and “Ronnie Mac” editions

https://www.fisthandwear.com.au/collections/adult-fist-handwear-range/p…
MKMX wrote:
Fist are absolutely horrible.
Juck wrote:
Why's that
The wrist strap is bulky and a hinderance, there is very little “feel”, they’re poorly cut (they’re tight in the webbing) and they don’t hold up.
Juck
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8/28/2022 11:12pm
MKMX wrote:
Fist are absolutely horrible.
Juck wrote:
Why's that
MKMX wrote:
The wrist strap is bulky and a hinderance, there is very little “feel”, they’re poorly cut (they’re tight in the webbing) and they don’t hold up.
Not sure what you mean by tight in the webbing, I've never noticed the wrist strap, don't have any durability problems with mine but I agree there's not much feel compared to other brands. The hot weather gloves offer more feel though.

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