This Cortech glove has a perforated, top grain drum-dyed leather backhand with a breathable Airprene wrist cuff. The palm is constructed of Pittards® WR-100X breathable and washable stretch leather and features perforated finger panels and gel palm patches. The molded 2-piece carbon fiber knuckle with an Airprene® back panel combine with TPR finger armor to provide comfortable and flexible protection. The pre-curved palm and fingers combine with articulated backhand and finger panels to reduce hand fatigue and improve dexterity. Other features include a Pittards® pull tab and a secure hook and loop wrist closure that allows the glove to be easily placed on the hand, and a soft, Bemberg interior lining.
(based on 13 reviews)
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Cortech sets a high bar!
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Comments about Cortech Accelerator Series 2 Motorcycle Gloves:
These gloves fit better than any I've had and are well stitched for durability. Great articulation and excellent airflow (for leather). You can't get a glove this well made for the price from anyone else. Top quality and Cortech have become synonomous in my mind.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Garden Grove CA
i love this glove, i only have one lil issues, the grouping of the carbon fiber over the knuckles feels a lil cheap.
I like these gloves!
from RagTown, Utah 84044
I have been wearing these gloves for years and they have great life span if you take care of them. Great knuckle protection again hard headed bugs flying at a high rate of speed. Not so good with low temps, but that's not what they are designed for. Buy these gloves and they will take care you and your hands.
By lost on monday
from Rapid City, SD
At first, I didn't think these gloves would fit, but had a hunch they'd break in. The first 10mi ride caused cramping in my hands and arms, but after 7 hours of riding, they feel excellent. It just hit 106 degrees, and I couldn't even tell they were on, so they do well in heat. If I were to get another pair, I'd wear them while off the bike and flex my hands several times to get them to loosen up. I don't think they'd fit large fingered folks well, but for everyone else, they are amazing.
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