The Guide Glove is short cuff glove featuring a Clarino® goatskin palm and mcFit® lining technology. Knox® SPS palm sliders combine with TPR protectors on fingers and knuckles to provide protection. Perforated fingers and back of hand provide airflow. A stylish and functional glove for several types of riding. A favorite among Adventure, Sportbike and Touring riders. Even the California CHP like them !
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- Clarino® Goatskin palm with Knox® SPS scaphoid protectors
- TPR protectors on fingers and knuckles
- mcFit® Tricot lining technology provides superior comfort and fit
- Single velcro TPR wrist closure
- Available in Black and White/Black
- Sizes S-3XL
The Inside Line Notes - A popular glove in the line, the Guide fits fantastic, vents very well and the Clarino palm provides great feel of the controls. NOTE: 2014 production is running smaller than last year by a full size. Guide is a bit tight across the knuckle and will only gain a small amount of stretch/breakin due to the TPR knuckle protector. If you have "meaty" hands and are near or at the range of a size, we suggest going up one size. Still unsure, send an email with your hand measurements and will be happy to recccomend a size.
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Posted by Mike on 11th Nov 2014
I recently bought the Guide Glove to replace 4 year old pair of Icons. At first the leather was fairly stiff (as expected) but after a week has already softened up substantially. The gloves are now comfortable and easy to ride with on my Honda CBR. I live in San Diego and they are perfect for the Fall climate here.
As other reviewers have indicated the gloves do run somewhat small. I have an irregular handsize according the the measurements. Lee with customer service was extremely helpful to ensure I had the proper fit.
Make sure to leave the tags on when you try them on initially! The packaging insert indicates that they will gladly exchange the gloves if they do not fit with the originally packaging and tags intact.
Posted by Hiroshi Yabe on 23rd Oct 2014
Glad I was notified Guide glove size running one size small. M fits good. Palm is a little thicker than Cicuro glove which is good for street use, but also flatter. Wish it's little more curved. I am very satisfied otherwise.
Posted by Unknown on 23rd Oct 2014
First of the gloves fit great, I would like to thank Lee in customer service for getting me in the right size. In case you didn't know this years model run a full size small. I got an email form Lee and he got me in the size I needed.
As I was saying in the headline they fit great, they breath well I just need to get use to the palm slider on my left hand. I have a little trouble operating the controls, I think I just need to get use to the gloves.
I recommend the Guide glove.
Posted by DirtyTwin on 9th Sep 2014
So, my wife won a pair of these at something we were at, mostly because they were a way small, and she had the only hands that would fit in them!, She LOVES them, and for over a year has been telling me to get a pair, I usually do everything she tells me to do immediately, but just didn't "need" new gloves, until now , I have, over 40 years of riding and racing some form of motorcycle, owned just about every make and model of glove made , these are hands down, ha!, the most comfy, right out of the package glove I have ever worn! sizing is at least 1 size larger than what you normally get, but use the size chart and trust in the force!!!
Posted by Jim Morrison-v strom rider. on 26th Aug 2014
I have had experience with Held, Aerostitch, and custom gloves in the past. The racer "Guide" gloves are on par with the best I have used. The reason for only 4 stars is the tab at the wrist does not seem to line up with the main body of the glove when worn.
The vendor suggested the next larger size because my hands are in the middle of the range. They were very tight when received at first, but a 500 mile weekend suitably broke them in, now they fit great.
Great customer service, fit, and safety would encourage me to buy them again when time is right. Can't vouch for durability yet, but expect them to last due to quality of construction.
Posted by Unknown on 14th Aug 2014
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