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A first for the motorcycle industry, the Icon Justice Touchscreen Gloves allow you to operate your touchscreen device (iPhone, GPS, etc) with your gloves on. Using Touchtec nanotech leather at the palm, the material mimics the molecular properties of human skin that modern touchscreens detect. So there's that. Beyond this, there is Pittards microvent goatskin at the backhand, providing abrasion resistance and airflow. The split injected thermoplastic knuckle armor protects the main knuckles while vented TPU protectors aid the safety of the fingers. These gloves truly are a revolution in the moto world....more
Dainese 2011 Nicky Hayden Replica Gloves offer the highest level of race-quality performance you would expect from a product that shares a name with a MotoGP Champ. The Hayden Replica gloves feature all cowhide leather with a multitude of reinforcements, including titanium and carbon fiber knuckle, carbon fiber inserts on the fingers, kevlar jersey and thermoplastic resin inserts on the pinky. Derived from collective years of R&D, plus real world race application, these racing gloves offer the highest level of performance.
The new SāFRāce SR-182 motorcycle gloves have several interesting and unique protective features.
They look rugged, they feel tough and they're actually pretty comfortable.
The word "SāFRāce" was designed as a catchy marketing phrase for the glove brand.
I had to search through the Unicode character map to find the "ā" HTML code (ā) for "long a".
I'm not sure if the search engines will take kindly to that and I'm not about to manually enter the escape code twice for each, so from here on out it's "SaFRace".
At least you know how to pronounce it...
The SaFRace SR-128 gloves were designed by an ex-motorcycle racer who couldn't find a pair of gloves that would meet his specifications....more