The Mickey Glove is short cuff 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.
Check the review of the Mickey glove on WebBikeWorld
- 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 Panhndl on 9th Jan 2015
I was right between a medium and large glove, depending on how tight I pulled the tape when taking measurements. I went with the large and am glad I did. The gloves are very snug and form fitting. The quality is very high and am very pleased with the gloves.
Posted by Unknown on 6th Jan 2015
Posted by Johnny B on 22nd Sep 2014
I went with the size chart and got a small. It's a little difficult to get the gloves on and for some reason the left glove's opening seems smaller so it takes even more effort to get the glove on (either that or my left hand is bigger) but once the gloves are on, the fitment is great and very comfortable. I opted not to get a bigger size in hopes that after some wear these gloves will be a little easier to get on.
Airflow is very good and the protection is in all the right places.
Shipping was amazingly fast.
Posted by Xander on 30th Jun 2014
I was in the market for new gloves when I read an article about different types of recommended gear. I saw these available for not much more than what I was considering getting so I decided to give it a try. The quality of these gloves are so much better and only ~$40 more. The stitching and materials inspire confidence in the event of a fall, with plenty of padding for the palm and knuckle protectors. The fit is exactly as stated in the sizing chart and they are extremely comfortable. I also like how these gloves don't look flashy / gaudy. Definitely recommend these.
These things shipped out quickly, too. I received them next day!
Posted by JoshB on 20th May 2014
I first heard about the Racer Mickey glove from Wes Siler over at RideApart, then after reading the review over at webbikeworld, decided to try it out for myself. I was in the market for a high-protection summer glove and the Mickey looked like it would fit the bill. There are a couple cons but these gloves are ultimately a keeper in my book.
Cons: I'm concerned about the Clarino used on the palm and on the fingers. It reminds me of the fabric on a pair of Alpinestars SMX-3 gloves I had which developed a hole near my right thumb after about 5 months of use. Also, just as indicated on the webbikeworld review, the palms aren't lined or ventilated in a way to deal with lots of sweat/moisture which can make the gloves sticky and hard to take off.
Pros: They aren't lying when they say this is a great-fitting glove. Use the manufacturer provided size chart and you should be golden. These gloves require near 0 break-in and do not impede movement of the fingers at all. The super fabric covered armor is just the right size and in the right place and (the palm slider especially) inspires confidence. While durability and fit are important to me, protection is probably the most important thing and after one test fit I knew I was going to keep these gloves. Recommended!
Posted by DEM on 30th Mar 2014
I have been looking for a warm-weather glove with more protection than the BMW offroad-style gloves I have worn for years. Along the way, I tried, and rejected, Held Agadir and REV'IT Monster gloves--they both had funky fit and sizing. Then I tried the Mickey gloves, and the search is over. They are flat-out better, in all ways, than what I've been wearing: better fit, more comfortable, better looking, with more protective features, and most astonishing, better ventilation. Can't say I'm thrillrd that they are made in China, and labeled "Do not wash or dry clean," but neither is a deal-breaker. Well done, RACER!
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