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Item # FXR2558
2013 This model is no longer in stock.
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Fox Racing Ranger Glove - Men's $0.00
Gloves are an essential piece of gear that can make or break a ride. By covering your hands with technology that's hardly noticeable, the Fox Racing Ranger Glove will let you enjoy the ride with control and comfort.
Gloves that are bulky cause bunching and hotspots on long rides, and ill-fitting gloves put 'the phone game' between you and your bike -- as steering inputs, trail feedback, and minute corrections are lost to a sloppy interface. A long history of building quality gear for off-road enthusiast enables Fox Racing to forgo this in favor of pure performance and long distance durability.
The Ranger glove uses a double layer suede palm for exceptional grip and resistance to wear, without losing that essential input and feedback. A lightweight and flexible fabric along the top of the hand gives a snug fit without cutting off circulation or hindering dexterity. Silicone fingertips add extra grip for positive shifting and braking. An absorbent thumb wipe keeps things clean, while a low profile wrist tab closure secures the Ranger for excellent control and comfort..
The Fox Racing Ranger Glove comes in sizes Small through X-Large and three colors; Blue, Black, and Grey.
Fox Racing Gloves and Socks
|Hand Length||7.2 - 7.4in
|7.4 - 7.6in
|7.6 - 7.9in
|7.9 - 8.1in
|8.1 - 8.3in
|8.3 - 8.6in
8.6 - 8.8in
|US Men's Shoe Size||5-8||9-13|
- How to Measure:
- Measure around the fullest part of the hand not including the thumb. If you're right handed, use your right hand and vice versa.
- Socks are measured in US Men's shoe sizes.
What community has to say
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I'm pretty disappointed in these gloves. The palms are stiff and rigid, and the fit isn't great. I ride constantly so I was shocked when I spent a day downhilling at Northstar, and by mid day I had huge blisters all over my hands (pictured with hipster filter for effect). Granted that might be due to the fact that I was white knuckle death gripping my way down the mountain, but I was the only one in my crew who had this happen. Maybe I just have dainty paws.
Go get yourself a pair of Giro Xen's. Same price point, breath really well, and I've beat up a pair for a year and a half and they are still kicking.
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
I haven't really been too impressed with these gloves. They aren't the most comfortable or best fitting. If you have a bit more money too spend, I suggest investing in some nicer gloves.