This Cortech glove has a grade A, Aniline drum-dyed goatskin backhand and a short-cut gauntlet and forchettes. The supple abrasion-resistant kangaroo skin palm with an anti-slip silicone grip panel, and the molded polyurethane knuckle with TPR finger armor and integrated wrist protection provides excellent fit and protection. The pre-curved palm and fingers combine with an articulated backhand and finger panels to reduce hand fatigue and improve dexterity. Other features include a soft brushed fleece interior lining, and a secure hook and loop wrist closure.
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Cortech Vice Gloves
Comments about Cortech Vice Motorcycle Gloves:
These gloves are great. They feel broken in from the start due to the pre-curve palm and fingers that they are designed with. The comfortable fleece lining is thin enough so your hands don't sweat on long rides in hot weather but its also thick enough to prevent irritation from the inside material. Molded polyurethane knuckle with TPR finger armor and integrated wrist protection give you the protection that you need in case you take a spill on the road. There is some finger support placed after the knuckles on each finger to help prevent fatigue as well.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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Good fit, feel and wear
These are my 'go-to' gloves. I am a daily commuter on a cruiser and have put many miles on these gloves. The fit is very comfortable for my wide XXL hands and the break-in was minimal. Pretty much throw them on and ride. The gel pads help tremendously with grip vibrations and the double seamed multi-layered leather is in the right places. The knuckle armor is riveted to the gloves and after 2 years of heavy use, is still firmly attached and in good shape. The only thing that would make these gloves better for me is a bit more breathability, but not at the sacrifice of safety features. These are comfortable for me from about 40 - 85 degrees F. Outside of that range and you'll start thinking about more weather appropriate gloves.
MY FAVORITE GLOVE!
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Great value for the price. Gloves fit properly, were comfortable the very first time. Cuff strap is a little short and part of the velcro may scratch the back of your wrist. Other than that, GREAT.
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