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March 30, 2022
You may have known that dirt bike boots were a necessity, but did you know that dirt gloves are equally as important. A good pair of gloves are a necessary part of a great riding experience and something you don’t ever want to be caught without.
As a general rule, the best overall gloves for dirt biking are ones that allow you to ride safely and comfortably. This means that they need to have the right amount of padding, good gripping potential, and need to be made out of quality materials.
As a dirt bike rider, you want to make sure you’re wearing the best gear possible, and that includes the best gloves. Read on to learn more about how to find the best pair of MX gloves, and which characteristics to look for when you’re shopping.
It's best to find a pair of gloves that will make sure you can ride to the best of your ability. That means you need a pair of gloves that allow you to ride safely and comfortably. Here are a few key things to consider when shopping:
The best pair of gloves for dirt biking are the VENTilate V2 Mix-N-Match Series Gloves and here is why.
These gloves are made of quality material. The material of VENTilate V2 motocross gloves is 3D Stretch I-Span, an extremely lightweight material. This fabric allows for movement, breathability, and flexibility. They are also sewn with the fingers in a pre-curved position which prevents tightening of the gloves. They also include Lycra knuckle reliefs which give you even more flexibility.
The VENTilate V2 motocross gloves come with several padding and grip features that allow maximum comfort. The first of these is the Silicone Coated Single-Layer Palms and Fingertips, which give you the best gripping potential possible. The other feature is the reinforced thumb panels. This extra padding makes the gloves more durable, and therefore safer.
Yes! Just as you would protect your biggest asset with a helmet, the same goes for your hands.
These gloves are designed to be protective and keep you safe. They can help cut down on scrapes and blisters. Dirt bike gloves are padded with a secure grip to help ease the wear and tear on your hands while dirt biking. They can help cut down on scrapes and blisters.
Dirt bike gloves are also designed to keep you comfortable. They’ll keep out moisture and dirt from the trails. These gloves can reduce fatigue by giving you a good grip on your bike. The small amount of padding can also lessen vibrations which means you’re a lot less likely to go numb while riding. Some gloves also include features like a touch screen fingertip!
What exactly do dirt bike gloves protect you from? What’s the point?
A good pair of gloves will prevent burns, blisters, and abrasions. Any fall off of a bike has the potential to be extremely dangerous. But it’s a lot less likely to be dangerous if you’re wearing a good pair of gloves.
Branches and stones can injure your hands as well. The most delicate areas of your hand are your knuckles and palms, but fingers can also get injured. Using the right pair of gloves helps to protect your hands and keep them out of harm's way.
Here are a few specific features to look for when you shop for gloves:
Many people go home with their new gloves and neglect them. For obvious reasons, this can end poorly (and stinky), so there are a few essential things to keep in mind once you bring them home.
Here are a few Do's and Don'ts to keep in mind after you've purchased the right pair of gloves:
Gloves aren't the only things you need to keep safe when you're out riding. There are several other essential pieces of protective gear to put on your list. In a perfect world, you would be wearing all the protective gear that's offered. But these are pieces of gear on the very top of my list, the things you shouldn't ride without.
Most importantly, is a full-face helmet. A good helmet is essential to keeping you safe. Even a slow crash can be life-threatening if you don't wear a helmet.
Dirt bike boots are next on the list. Most of your injuries will happen from the knee down, so a good pair of boots can literally save the day. They protect you from burns, injuries, and crashes. They are an absolute necessity.
Dirt bike pants are essential. Unlike your jeans, these pants are designed to withstand all the snags and tears that go along with riding. They also allow a wider range of movement so that you can feel much more comfortable when riding.
Gloves can cost anywhere from $20 to over $100. The price is typically dictated by the materials, features, and brand of the gloves.
It’s hard to give an exact price range because (like anything else in the world) there are both cheap and expensive options available to choose from.
Our line-up motocross gloves here at Risk Racing are right in the $30 range.
It just depends on the brand! Some are unisex and some are made specifically for women. Some brands even carry children’s lines.
Most manufacturers will have a size range from small to extra-large, and a size chart to accompany their sizes. Start with the chart- it’s always a good place to begin.
You want to avoid a baggy glove at all costs. Baggy gloves can result in
The tighter fitting the glove is, the better. Protecting your hands is essential when you’re out on the trails on a dirt bike. Gloves help with that and are a necessary part of anyone’s ride. That being said, there are lots of gloves on the market for dirt biking, so make sure you get something that covers the features described above like ourVentilate series right here atRisk Racing. Good luck and happy riding!
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