The Racer Race Carbon II Glove is waterproof and lightly insulated with hard protection and touchscreen index fingers. Carbon fiber knuckle with TPU hard protectors along with carbon fiber and SuperFabric palm sliders provide protection. An AquaPoint waterproof/breathable membrane, combined with Dexfil insulation and a storm cuff will keep you warm and dry.
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Normally this glove sells for $199.... now 50% off while stock lasts.
NEW – FHH – for HEATED HANDLEGRIPS. New developed motorcycle gloves. The back of hand of the glove is lined with insulating and membrane, the palm just with membrane.
Constructed for a comfortable grip feeling. Also perfect for cool autumn days, even without heated handle grips. Waterproof, breathable, windproof. Carbon knuckleprotector, reflector, carbon palm protection.
Superfabric®, Silicone patch on palm, touchfinger.
CE-EN13594:2015 Level 1-KP
AquaPoint waterproof/breathable membrane
Touchscreen index fingers
Pittards leather palm with carbon fiber and SuperFabric® palm sliders
Carbon fiber knuckle and TPU finger protection
Dexfil insulation for warmth
Velcro wrist and cuff closure
Available in black
The Inside Line Notes -Based on the original Race Carbon glove of 2013, this glove has been updated with with key features that give this glove more dexterity and touchscreen use ability.
2oz Dexfil insulation on the palm provides great feel of the grips and allows heat transfer for those with heated grips.
6oz Dexfil insulation on the top portion of the glove provide needed warmth for the portion of the glove facing the wind. As with any "winter" glove, the range of temps depends on the riders personal tolerance to cold and whether the motorcycle has hand guards and or heated grips.
The fit follows the size chart, with the hand in size chart photo wearing a large.
To size these gloves:
Step 1 Palm Measurement
Place your dominant hand lightly on a table and using a flexible measuring tape, measure the circumference of your palm at its widest point. The widest point of your palm is just below your index finger knuckle, to the mid-point between your pinky knuckle and wrist. (See photo 1)
Step 2 Finger Measurement
Measure from the tip of the middle finger to the base of the palm where it meets the wrist. (see photo 2)
Step 3 Find Your Glove Size
Make sure to write down the measurements from Steps 1 and 2. Compare that information to the sizing chart below to find your size in Racer Gloves.
I’m still breaking them in, but they already feel good!
History: Club racer of 8 years. I think I have owned about 12 pairs of off the shelf gloves and 5 pairs of custom. These gloves are not only the most comfortable. They keep my hands warm to the point they feel like heated gloves. I have already been down once in these gloves on the trails. They protected my hands and took a bit of abrasion without tearing the glove. I love these so much I am ordering the full Racer glove right now!.
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