Racer Gloves

Guide Glove

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Description

Description

The Racer Guide Glove is short cuff glove featuring a Clarino® 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 California CHP officers ride with them everyday!

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FEATURES:

• 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 Glove fits fantastic, vents very well and the Clarino palm provides great feel of the controls.  Compared to the Mickey and Sprint gloves we find the fingers run a bit longer.  

Reviews

Reviews (37)

Lisa 14th Aug 2017

Guide glove first ride impression

I first learned of Racer Gloves at the BMWMOA Rally in Salt Lake City. I was amazed with the quality and fit. I bought the guide gloves to replace an old pair of Held road race gloves. I typically wear a men's small and the sizing on these were no different. I live in Phoenix and wore them on my GS on a technical dirt ride on a day that reached 110 degrees. They weren't as breathable as I had hoped in these extreme temps and, with the liner inside, they didn't slide back on as easy when they were saturated in sweat. However, they were extremely comfortable, didn't bunch up in the palm of my hand despite the sweat, and provided good grip. They are high quality and I'm confident they will hold up and provide adequate protection in a fall. Highly recommended!

Dutch from Texas 12th Dec 2016

Maybe have found close to the ultimate balance

Planning on doing a late spring (2017) trip which will put me traveling all 48 states in less than 10 days. For our intended June departure, I expect to encounter conditions consisting of early summer downpours, hot humid, hot dry conditions, and at times while in the northeast occasional colder stints (at elevation) riding as well. Can one glove handle this assortment. Well; no. And I dont expect the Guide Glove to do that either. But maybe, it can handle most of everything else, except torrential down pours or the extreme (below 60 deg) riding stints. we are starting out in the TX, OL, AR areas where heat is expected, so for heavy freeway riding conditions, good protection, adequate ventilation and dexterity (for the GPS) were the foremast considerations. Most reviews on here stated that these gloves seem to fit on the small side, so with these comments and taking a rather inadequate attempt at measuring my own hand size, decided that a 3XL was the safe way to go. Bad Idea. They were huge as I typically wear an XL size. Traded them back for an XL size, and there promptly arrived at which time I tried them on and found out that Yeah, maybe they are a bit on the small side, but in my opinion, not enough to advise others to go up a full size. Took them out, and did a rather warm 600 mile run with them on a sunny Saturday, and I do believe they are now a spot on XL fit. Ventilation is great and they really do still afford a lot of dexterity while still feel like a good protective glove as well. THey are afterall realy leather which means with some heat, some working in and a little bit of human moisture, they wll stretch a bit. I can definitely see me now preferring these for average riding conditions. And well over other REV'IT and HELD gloves costing more than the Guide Glove. Great Work RACER. A customer for sure. Houston, TX

Additional Info

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Rest assured, this product comes with 1 year warranty that covers defects in materials and workmanship to the original purchaser.
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