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.
Bought gloves, wife loves them. Life is now good. They are a little wide on her hands but otherwise awesome.
Overall very good fit - sizing chart worked well for me. Thumb a little snug while riding but not a huge deal.
Ordered a xxl. On size too small. I normally take an xxl. Once stretched out over a few rids the glove began to fit.
Good value, well built, but not the best designed. The velcro wrist closure is difficult to close tightly with one hand. But once closed the glove fits well and is comfortable. Regarding sizing, I am an XL in N. American gloves. I ordered the 2XL and it fits perfectly.
I researched gloves for a while and bought these because they came with the knox palm sliders, nice safety feature. They did fit quite snug at a medium where I typically fit a medium quite well, have heard reccomendations to upsize but they broke in with a bit of dubbin to soften them up.
All in all, nice gloves, comfortable once broken in and good safety. Maybe upsize if you squeeze into a normal medium.
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