The Mickey is short cuff motorcyle glove with a combination of leather and mesh construction. A Clarino® leather palm with silicone finger-grip diamonds, combined with Super-Fabric® covered palm sliders and knuckle protectors make this glove a great choice for those who like a short cuff style glove. Popular among Dual Sport, Adventure and SuperMoto riders, the Mickey does it all.
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- Clarino® palm with silicone grip diamonds on fingers
- Super-Fabric® covered hard protection on palm and knuckles
- Leather covered protectors on fingers
- Over-the-top Velcro wrist closure
- Available in Black
- Sizes S-3XL
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Posted by Unknown on 5th Nov 2015
I thought I put them on the first time because something was scratching the underside of my wrist. Taking a look, I noticed the velcro wrist closure was not protected and any part not overlapping, was causing quite a bit of discomfort. This is disappointing and I will have to figure out how to protect my wrist from this. Otherwise the glove is obviously a quality product.
Posted by Unknown on 8th Oct 2015
Very comfy, fit according to sizing chart was dead on.
Protection seems great (no crash test yet!). Feels quality and well thought out.
Biggest complaint is getting hand is wrist opening is a little tight when putting gloves on, but the upside of this is the glove is not likely to be pulled off.
Posted by Kevin on 24th Sep 2015
They really do fit amazing. My previous favorite glove has been Dianese, but now it is Racer. I followed the size chart and it is spot on. Feels thick and protective, yet still gives excellent grip feel and control. Good mobility. High tech materials and safety features. Like the palm slider, and hope I never have to use it. Breathable yet good wind protection. 1st rate quality construction. Shipping was amazingly fast as well!!
Posted by Unknown on 14th Jul 2015
For the price, the protection these gloves offer is hard to beat. The fit is also excellent. I found the thumb to be a little long for me when i first got the gloves, but after break in, they seem to have settled in to be about perfect.
These gloves are tough to get on and off because of the wrist opening being fairly tight and well fitted. So keep that in mind if its important to you. However, this also means these gloves wont fly of your hands if you wreck.
They vent pretty well in high heat, and offer excellent grip and tactile sensation. The only area of these gloves that haven't performed excellently are the silicone grip triangles in the fingers and palm. My first experience with these gloves was on a 1400 mile, 5 day trip and afterwards I noticed I was missing many of these grip triangles due to wear. That seemed a little quick to me for the gloves to have those fall off.
That said, it didn't seem to affect the grip of the gloves at all and is literally the only issue I've run into. I would buy these again for sure and recommend them to anyone looking for gloves with a high quality fit, high quality protection, and a price that's hard to beat.
Posted by JM on 26th Jun 2015
I give the Mickey 4 stars only because I have the High Racer and that's the finest glove I've ever owned and should stay at the top with 5 stars. The Mickey is a different fit, tight in, tight off, but once it's on it really feels like a batting or driving glove. Just different, but still excellent.
Posted by Sean Goulart on 24th Apr 2015
We like to use the right bit of gear for the job and when it comes to streetbike gloves, we’ve had the opportunity to use quite a few lately. From long gauntlet gloves to short moto-x/supermoto style, the styles and quality of gloves available for the streetbike rider are extensive.
One player in the field that’s been getting some buzz lately is Racer Gloves USA, and they offer three ranges of high quality gloves…
Racer, Sport and Winter. Racer Gloves USA is the exclusive US Importer and Distributor for Austrian motorcycle apparel brand Racer Outdoor GmbH.
Racer Gloves USA is the culmination of years in the motorcycle and apparel industries for company founder Lee Block, a lifelong motorcyclist. A former Loudon, New Hampshire road racer in the late 1980′s and early 1990′s, Lee has raced a variety of motorcycles at racetracks across the country.
We’ve spoken at length with Lee and he’s very plugged into the business and has a damn good idea of what riders and racers want and what they need when danger looms.
One offering that we liked quite a bit in the Sport category was the Mickey glove, a supermoto style short gauntlet street glove with a European streetfighter attitude. It’s a very lightweight glove, made from premium ingredients like Clarino, Teramid and Super-Fabric® (Super-Fabric is created with a base fabric and is overlaid with tiny, hard guard plates in a specific pattern, creating incredible abrasion and cut resistance).
Having ridden daily in the UK in a past life, I can say that Europeans in general take this whole motorcycling thing very seriously and go more for function than flash, and the Racer Gloves range reflects that mantra. Hence this, the Mickey gloves come in any color you want…as long as it’s black…which matches everything.
When sliding these gloves on the first thing you notice is the weight. The are super light and initially that almost feels a bit weird. The Mickey gloves are one of those gloves that are a tight fit at first, but once you have them on it’s like a second skin, and the lightweight chassis of the glove does a great job of imparting some sense of protect, albeit the light weight.
Once on and riding, the gloves are invisible. Although the glove does offer what you’d expect in any street glove like armor on the knuckles and palm, it does it in such a way that these features are very unobtrusive during the operation. One tester here felt the palm slider got it the way a bit, but that view wasn’t shared among the staff at large. We also liked the silicone overlay on the fingers, which is a nod to a pure motocross-type glove, and adds a small measure of control at the levers.
The gloves are just as stubborn coming off as they were putting on but this was a small price to pay for the enhanced feel of the glove and it got better with time. Many reviews on the web from users mention the fact that the gloves take a bit of time and use before they break-in perfectly and we expect our pair to be no different.
In conclusion, the Mickey glove offers a great alternative for riders looking for a high quality, high performance lightweight glove when riding. We used the Mickey glove when riding all types of bikes, from the requisite sportbike to the occasional cruiser and the subtle design worked with all types of gear and bike setups.
We wouldn’t recommend the Mickey glove for cold weather riding…but when it’s warm these gloves are the bomb, highly recommended and a great addition to any rider’s apparel selection.
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