Icon Twenty Niner Gloves

$35.00

Rating 4.38 of 5 (138 Reviews)

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Icon Twenty Niner Gloves

Taking the motocross fight to the death, winner takes all mentality; Icon gives you the Twenty Niner glove. Starting with a lightweight mesh backhand for comfort in those hot summer days, an abrasion resistant premium grad goatskin palm was added to give true street riding protection. And then topped off with a pre-curved palm and thermoplastic rubber knuckle armor and the Twenty Niner becomes a fast and agile riding glove ready to attack both asphalt and metal with ease.

Features:
  • Abrasion resistant premium grade goatskin palm
  • Synthetic leather finger gussets
  • Hi-flow backhand mesh
  • Hook and loop wrist closure
  • Pre-curved palm and finger design
  • Item # 16962
  • SKU #
  • Mfr. Part #

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Excellent glove that doesn't break the bank

So far the gloves have been great. I normally wear a large and these fit just a tad smaller than others. Hopefully they break in and loosen up some. The finish and quality feel great. Very well built.

Mark - March 20, 2017

(Greeley, CO)

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Great until they get wet

These are flexible, comfortable, and durable. Until they get wet. Then they leave a black residue on your hands, even after they dry out. This residue is very hard to get off, like tree sap. Takes some pretty determined scrubbing. So, highly recommended, as long you never ride in the rain!

Chris - November 21, 2016

(Austin, TX)

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Over 70k miles on my first pair

I bought my current pair in 2009, and have since logged over 70k miles with them. They are faded, beat, soft as skin, a few blow outs on the palm, (after all theses years and miles) and I wore them this weekend. Came here to get me a new pair. I'm in the south, so I can wear these gloves during our long riding season. They are not winter gloves. If they get wet, I allow them to dry in the house over a drink bottle and I don't keep them on the seat in the sun. I hope the 2016 issues are just as good as my old ones.

skootz - September 16, 2016

(Atlanta, GA)

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Icon gloves

Great gloves. I ride for a living so I wear these gloves six days week several hours a day. They are very comfortable and a great fit. Have tried several styles and brands over the years and for the price and comfort these can't be beat.

Staqn - August 18, 2016

(orange county, CA)

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Terrible Construction

It took me all of 10 seconds to determine to send these gloves back (I had to try on both sizes to make sure it wasn't just one bad pair of gloves). The stitching on the inside just rubs against your skin and it feels like the thread is made from fishing line so very irritating. Fit was good - I usually wear a medium and I fit in both the medium and large without a problem.

Nicholas - July 29, 2016

(Aurora, IL)

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They're ok.

Thought these had a hard knuckle but picture is deceiving. Slightly on the tighter side; with seams in odd places, which will give you blisters until you're use to it. Good enough for me but these are probably better used for working on the bike not a drop from it.

JL - July 12, 2016

(Denver, CO)

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Icon 29 gloves

I commute almost year round-11K a year. I wear these glove all the time. I do have a HD bagger with heated grips but these are great gloves

Will - July 1, 2016

(Duvall WA, WA)

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Not Durable

On or about the 3rd ride, the velcro separated from the adjustment tab on the right glove.

John - May 10, 2016

(Beltsville, MD)

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Good Summer gloves

Good gloves, shipping was delayed(but i dont mind) Keep in mind they are SUMMER gloves, comfy, and durable but have ventilation in them(that means if you wear them in spring or fall, your hands WILL freeze, otherwise good for summer riding, when its warm and you need some air in your hands)

sahil - April 23, 2016

(toronto, ON)

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Not durable

Good cheap summer glove, Wore only like 5 months and the velcro ripped off the glove.. i had superglue and a staple through it right now lol.. Similar to dirt bike gloves.

Brendan - February 22, 2016

(austin, TX)

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Twenty Niner Gloves

After 3 months of riding the thumb ended up ripping off..

Zach J - October 1, 2015

(Sacramento, CA)

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Not As Good As My Last Pair

My old Twenty Niner gloves (about 5 years old) have been great for the most part. The new pair not so much. The XL size seems to be cut smaller than my old pair - they fit but are a fairly tight to get into. Finger lengths seem a bit shorter too - I can feel the inside seam on a few finger tips, which is definitely annoying. Same thing for a seam near the web of my hand. Finally, the black leather dye transfers to your palms after only a few hours of riding. This would happen to my old ones too, but only if I got caught in the rain. Can't recommend these very highly!

Tony D - October 1, 2015

(Kenvil, NJ)

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Not bad

A little flimsy, but cool in the hot weather. Not sure how long they will last. Good color (I got Blue).

Frank - June 5, 2015

(Ridgewood, NJ)

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NICE

Super nice gloves for the price. No complaints.

Chuck - May 19, 2015

(Blasdell, NY)

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first timers only

These gloves were the first pair I've owned and they got the job done for what I needed them to. I would definitely recommend these for a first time rider. Even a seasoned rider could use them for just to have an emergency pair or a pillion rider. Overall you get what you pay for.

Curtiss - January 21, 2015

(winchester , VA)