These motorcycle gloves are well-insulated and comfortable to wear, and they offer ample protection for all the joints on one’s hand in a muted, stylish way, for a very affordable price. They do not fit snug to the hand’s shape, though this might vary depending on one’s hand (and it’s really not one’s biggest concern at this price point and for their function). These gloves are worth one’s money in the search for aptly protective gloves without making a dent in one’s wallet.
These are really nice for spring/summer riding. There is hard plastic on the knuckles and the vents do allow the air to flow to your hands. The large just fits like a glove. The small rubber bumps on the palm do help with gripping. After a month of use, i’m glad i purchased them.
A previous pair protected my hands in a 50 mph interstate get-off. Only need one ride to break in, and last for a whole season (at this price, i can afford to replace them annually).
These gloves look good but they start to come apart shortly after the return policy expires. The gloves start to come apart at the stitches where you pull them on. I had them for less than 2 months and i already have a hole around the bottom of the glove around the velcro.
I ordered medium and even measured the hand width as directed (middle of dimensions given). It fits, a bit tight though around the palm area. Fingers had more space with length. Pretty sure they are average fingers and hands for a teenager. Not sausage looking or bony looking. Who knows, what looks normal to me may not to another. Great looking gloves and feel good (other than snug). Teenager likes them a lot and wears them with their dirt bike. They did say due to the tightness around the palm it does make it a bit difficult to give more gas. . Maybe they’ll stretch or ill just order a larger size for them.
These gloves are ok because they are relatively cheap quality but contrary to other reviews they will save your skins they won’t take the full impact but will definitely help out. Only real downside is that the stitching is really cheap my gloves haven’t come apart yet but the seams on the inside are extremely uncomfortable so all in all u get what u paid forso instead of complaining about them when u buy them and being dissapointed which for the record i’m not, so spend some more money and get better ones.
- U GET WHAT U PAID FOR
- Wouldn’t use them forever, but they’ll do in a pinch.
- Based on measurements, I was Large. I wish
I really like these gloves, especially for the price point. I’ve purchased gloves like this for $50 at the motorcycle shop, the carbon fiber knuckles are expensive. These are good product at a good price. The gloves i got last year (these) are still fine but at this price point i got a new pair for this year. I use them about 20 hours each year.
Based on measurements, i was large. I wish i had ordered xl since the strap is between the palm of my hand and the wrist (should be over the wrist), the knuckle protector is not on the right place (right after the knuckles) and the fingers barely fit, which makes it a lil uncomfortable when riding the bike. For the prize, they are ok and i feel they offer decent protection so i will use them in the meantime, but definitively it was not the right size for me.
The fabric around the wrist rips rather easily from use. The rest of the glove is well made and has stood up to lots of abuse. I could punch hard surfaces without feeling much in my hands. If the wrist enclosure area was reinforced this would be an excellent pair of gloves for summer riding.
I bought these for my boyfriend to wear while riding his trike. They are stylish and fit well. He does have smaller hands and i bought a large. He said the plastic stuff dosent bother him but seeing as he is a lobster fisherman and has hands that are like leather he wouldn’t be able to feel it anyway.
I have a lot of riding gear some speed and strength, some agv sport, some alpine stars. These gloves are very inexpensive and nearly as good. I think run just a little small, but the xxl fit my farm boy hands so they will work for the vast majority of people. Bottom line, i would buy them again.
Features of Tonsiki Carbon Fiber Motorcycle Motorbike Cycling Racing Full Finger Gloves
- Wrists Velcro adjustment design makes gloves easy to fall off.
- Fingers type version with a rare song refers to the design, so that gloves fit perfectly with his hands more, feel manipulated hundred percent.
- Material: synthetic fabrics + PVC.
- Four fingers high breathable mesh design and a rubber block sliding full protection.
- Ergonomic, hand-dimensional drop resistance protective hard shell, shock-absorbing foam has a better than general protective effect.
Wrists Velcro adjustment design makes gloves easy to fall off.
Plenty of room to move my fingers, not really constriction, somewhat flexible material. In the early morning, i wear glove liners+latex gloves and they are fine for 40 degreesthey are not leather so i am not surprised they are not warm.
They feel fairly cheap, which they are cheap. I didn’t plan on using them as my primary gloves for long, and i didn’t. I also wouldn’t recommend them for daily riding, because i don’t think they’d hold up too well if you slide at highway speeds. They are probably good enough for weekend riders, or short trips, or backups, or temporary gloves (like i used them for).
Fingers type version with a rare song refers to the design, so that gloves fit perfectly with his hands more, feel manipulated hundred percent.
Material: synthetic fabrics + PVC.
Four fingers high breathable mesh design and a rubber block sliding full protection.
Ergonomic, hand-dimensional drop resistance protective hard shell, shock-absorbing foam has a better than general protective effect.