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Item # APN0042

Feel the ride.

The Alpinestars Gravity Glove is made with a light mesh to keep air moving over your hand so it won't overheat. The lightly padded palm is built with breathable Clarino synthetic and silicone micro-dots to keep the Gravity Glove tough and keep your hand from slipping off the grip.

Tech Specs

elastic cuff
[upper] spandex, mesh, [palm] synthetic leather, [finger tips] silicone, [thumb panels] terrycloth
Recommended Use:
feeling the trail

Size chart


Men's & Unisex
Girth 7 - 7.5in
(18.0 - 19.0cm)
7.4 - 8.5in
(19.0 - 21.5cm)
8.3 - 9in
(21.0 - 23.0cm)
8.8 - 9.5in
(22.5 - 24.0cm)
9 - 10in
(23.0 - 25.5cm)
How to Measure:
Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.

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4 5

Good gloves

I love alpinestars stuff for motorcycles so it was pretty easy to settle on some mtb gloves by them. They are nice light gloves that breath well and the palm material is strong enough to take countless falls on rough rocky Santa Barbara trails. However, and most mtb gloves seem to fail in this aspect, the fingertips come unraveled by the velcro all too easily.

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Max, does the unraveling seem to happen when you put them on/ take them off?