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The RST Pro Series gloves available at Riders Discount are some of the best gloves on the market today. With features such as Kevlar fiber stitching, Kevlar lined interior, out-stitched and pre-curved fingers, and Kangaroo leather, it's hard to deny how good these gloves are. All of RST's research and development went in to making this glove and are the same gloves trusted by world class riders.

The RST Pro Series gloves are available in white, or black


Real carbon fiber protection on the knuckles, wrist, and outer palm - a common impact area when crashing - keep you well protected.







Kevlar lined with DuPont Coolmax technology, the RST Pro Series glove will keep your hands cool and dry allowing you to focus on controlling your motorcycle.



On the palm side of the glove you'll find silicone "Powergrip" on the fingers and palm for a secure grip on your handlebars.



Not yet listed on our website, the RST Pro Series gloves retail at $109.99. If you would like to place an order or have anymore questions, send MIKE a message through this forum or give him a call at 866.931.6644 ext. 804. Is email more convenient? Write to us at FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM, and we'll get back to you right away!

 

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The amount of safety features incorporated into the RST Pro Series glove are quite obvious. The outer pinky is double wrapped with no seams to tear on the impact zone, the fingers and wrist have additional joint protection, plus the carbon fiber panel will keep the top of your hand well protected.







Available from Riders Discount, just give MIKE a call if you have any questions or would like to place an order for the gloves or any other RST products you may be interested in!
 

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Standard sizes? My hands are more like paws. I measure large across the palm and small in the fingers. The gloves I wear now almost fit. I went to Cycle Gear and tried on every pair in the store, then bought what fit best. They are house brand (Street and Steel) size XL. They are tight across the palm but I only have about 3/8 going past my finger tips.
When will somebody manufacture out sized gloves? Mine might be gyrl's gloves, not that I care. It wouldn't be a huge market but it is there. Somebody has to get there first. Fit is the most important feature of a glove.
 

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Standard sizes? My hands are more like paws. I measure large across the palm and small in the fingers. The gloves I wear now almost fit. I went to Cycle Gear and tried on every pair in the store, then bought what fit best. They are house brand (Street and Steel) size XL. They are tight across the palm but I only have about 3/8 going past my finger tips.
When will somebody manufacture out sized gloves? Mine might be gyrl's gloves, not that I care. It wouldn't be a huge market but it is there. Somebody has to get there first. Fit is the most important feature of a glove.
You are right, fit is very important when it comes to gloves. These gloves, like many, are sized with average shape/size hands in mind so they might not be a good fit if you have had fitting issues with a lot of other gloves.
 

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Double stitched seams with accordion stretch panels on the thumbs really let you have full control over your motorcycle.



RST is still relatively unknown in the US but if RST is good enough for the riders running the Isle of Man TT or jumping "The Mountain" in BSB at Cadwell Park, don't you think it's good enough for you?



Give MIKE a call to order your RST gloves today!
 
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