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Oakley Factory Glove $0.00
Get into some nasty VTT action wearing the Oakley Factory Bike Glove for full glove dexterity and gravity check protection. Oakley optimized the Factory Bike Glove with a one-piece Clarino palm and high-friction finger zones for a sure, responsive grip to keep you from wiping out on Santa Cruz washboard. The super stretchy Spandura chassis, Airprene construction, and a cuffless design improve flexibility and comfort and a soft nose wipe on the thumb saves you when you don't have time for a snot rocket.
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- How to Measure:
- Measure from the bottom of the wrist to the top of the middle finger.
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These gloves are great! I am still in the process of stretching them out but they fit perfectly once they are on. They are tough as nails too, the little grip circles haven't fallen off and no rips what so ever. A must buy
Very Nice Gloves
I use these gloves as performance driving gloves. The white grip spots on the index and middle fingers rubbed off over a few months of heavy use, and I imagine the grip on a steering wheel rubs about the same way as handlebars.
The grip spots are unnecessary, however, and the gloves still perform excellently.
Great for the price
Great gloves for the price. Sure they dont have every feature as the more expensive gloves but for a 25 dollar gloves these cant be beat. Sizes are true. Light weight, not bulky, good grip and decent enough air flow. Sure there are fancier gloves out there and gloves with more protection, but in this price range this glove gets 5 stars without a doubt.
Just what you need
I grew up biking with fingerless gloves...looking like I was about to get shredded maxing out on the bench press. Luckily I found these babies. Nice and lightweight, great fit, and the confidence of having full grip for those finger-tip brake levers. Great touches like the old school styling, terry cloth for sweat or nose wipes, and the price is right.
If you like minimal, you'll love these gloves. I hate lots of padding and velcro wrist straps and these gloves have neither. They are just the right amount of thickness and don't constrict your fingers. They graphics are cool too; they remind me of the 80's. There is one minor issue. The do tend to get sweaty on the top of the hand and seem to not air out very fast, however the palms stay relatively dry and tacky. This is a common problem with just about every pair of gloves through. Also, try and buy the right size. I wear a medium after I thought I would wear a large. This makes all the difference. If you buy a size too big, you will get some bunching in the palm and they will be uncomfortable, be honest with yourself and buy the right size, none of your friends will be able to tell you have small hands. P.S. Go with Nickel.
Solid basic glove
Pros: basic, comfortable, good grip.
Cons: might be a little undersized
I'm 6'4" and have fairly large hands. The XL size is a little tight but I think over time the glove will stretch a little. If you aren't sure what size to get realize that the glove is undersized in my opinion. Overall, great classic look and performance-wise it does what any other glove can do.. provide grip. Extra features is the terry cloth that is great for swabbing sweat off your brow. Good breathability, might get a little hot at about an hour of riding that you want to take them off for a few seconds.
Cool Cheap glove
These are a great glove for the price. Nothing fancy here but they work well and have stood up to a full season of riding. Overall worth the money!
Right glove, right price
The current price is great, but this review will focus on the glove, not the price.
First, full finger gloves are the way to go if there's any chance you could use the protection. They're quite comfortable and they never make my hands hot.
I think it's very important to have the fabric on the thumb for sweat and an occasional runny nose. It's just a little thing, but after some use, you'll probably agree that you're glad to have it.
Regarding the elastic fit as opposed to a strap: it works for me. I don't care much either way, but this seems to work just fine. Easy to get on and off and feels good.
I have only used them for a handful of rides so far, but they appear to be high quality and will probably last a good while.
Solid, great value
These gloves are great. Cheap, no frills, but solid performance, my hands like them, and so does my wallet.
These gloves are legit. They are comfortable, stylish, and practical. They do their job well. You can't beat the price for everything it has to offer. They ventilate well and the soft top of the thumb was great for catchin that snot before it hits your handlebars. I would definitely buy another pair.
Nice lightweight glove
Great glove for the price. Not sure why others complain about hands getting hot. I live in Phoenix and my hands are more comfortable in these than many of the more expensive gloves that I have used. For the days when you just want a light glove for a nice cross country cruise these are perfect.
Great Gloves For Cheap
These gloves are surprisingly good. They don't have much padding, they don't have any protection really, but they are really lightweight. They didn't hurt my hand as much as some of my more padded gloves either, so that is a plus. The only downside is that they get kind of hot, but it didn't bother me too much. If your hand is inside of any sort of glove on a sunny bike day your hand will get sweaty, so it isn't a huge deal. I wouldn't recommend these to people that need a heavy duty bike glove, or a downhill biker, but to keep it light for a cross country biker, they are great! Plus, you can't go wrong with an old school Oakley Logo.