Olympia Sports 452 Perforated Full Throttle Gloves

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Rating 4.64 of 5 (15 Reviews)

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Olympia 452 Perforated Full Throttle Gloves

The perfect glove for touring. The 452 offers you the protection of a sports glove, but the refined styling of a classic leather glove.

Features:
  • Premium drum dyed cowhide
  • Integrated flexible protective knuckles offer discreet protection
  • Integrated reflective piping for safety
  • Gel padded palm with 2nd layer of leather
  • Adjustable leather strap
  • Item # 20305
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  • Mfr. Part #

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Overall Rating: 4.64 of 5

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As Expected

I've been wearing Olympia gloves for 15 years and have never been disappointed. These were a little tight at first but stretched out the first full day of riding. The hard knuckles rubbed a little at first but I never had to switch to the back-up gloves.

Kevin - July 31, 2015

(Beachwood, NJ)

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Hard knuckles

The gloves would be great if the armor in the knuckes was either contoured to a closed hand or flexible. I love the gloves, but have bloody knuckles after 600 miles with these.

Chris - June 10, 2015

(Young Harris, GA)

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great

Great gloves- snug and soft. Just what I wanted.

H.KEITH - January 28, 2015

(DOUGLASVILLE, GA)

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Runs small

Ordered larger size than I normally wear and still a little tight. Wearable but tighter than I would like.

Ron - December 20, 2013

(Pensacola, FL)

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Great So Far...

I was looking for a pair of perforated shorty leather gloves and think I found a great pair. They were comfortable tight out of the package and all through the first ride. I've since worn them several more times and they just keep getting better. They are good looking, comfortable and I can only hope they wear as well.

Rex - November 20, 2013

(Cumming, GA)

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Great Glove

Love the style and features. Well constructed. Seems to run a size smaller then stated.

Mike - July 30, 2013

(Little Chute, WI)

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Good So Far

I've only had them a few days of riding. They're not super hot in our 100 degree weather. The fit feels odd for my hands. I may have ordered too small even though I got the large. So that's one thing to watch for.

Michael - July 24, 2013

(Seminole, TX)

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The bomb!

I've bought 3 pairs of gloves since I started riding in Oct. 2012. A pair of flimsy tactical's to learn with, a winter pair from HD and the Olympias. By far they are my favorite gloves. I where'em in the heat and cool LA nights. Durable, built well, and look great. I have large hands and the XL fits just right.

Jason - March 28, 2013

(Hollywood, CA)

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Worth the Money

Have been using the gloves for a few weeks now. The gloves are comfortable and seem to be well made. Only real nitpick is that the left glove is a bit tighter than the right. While that only costs me a few seconds when preparing to ride, I'm old with little patience. In spite of my eccentricities, I'll continue to wear the gloves.

Robert - July 12, 2012

(Birmingham, AL)

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Extra pair to keep with bike.

The nonperforated pair I bought are sized smaller and the knuckle bumps didn't line up on my fingers at all so I had to return them (BUMMER).So I bought another pair of these to keep with my bike. They fit as the first pair of perforated ones did. I think that’s because there are no finger bumps in the perforated glove as in the nonperforated. Would have really liked to of had a nonperforated pair for cooler mornings and evenings.

PGOJYD - March 22, 2010

(KCK, KS)

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Olympic 452 Summer Gloves

Great gloves. Hope they are as durable as they feel. Most comfortable gloves I own.

Mike - October 13, 2009

(Peachtree City, GA)

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Fit Like a Glove

The sizing chart was a little off for me, it said I needed large as my hand is 4" across but I had to return for the Xlarge. Which the way my hands are made the XL's go on tight but as soon as my hand is past the velcro and in the glove they fit great. The only thing I wasn't happy with is that XL's have a very small pull in the leather from pulling them on and off, but that could be me getting in too much of a hurry putting them on. Air flow is good. Also they are long enough in the fingers to fit my hands. The gel in the palms is GREAT! As always you would be better off buying from Motorcycle Superstore as they're return and service department is hassle free if the guidelines are met. I will buy another pair.

pgojyd - October 7, 2009

(KCK, KS)

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Not Too Bad

These were the first pair of gloves I bought. The fit is pretty much true to size. I've had them for about a year now and haven't had any durability issues with them. Plus, for leather, they actually keep your hands pretty cool in the summer do to the perforations. Another plus is that they have a hard plastic knuckle protector. The only negative issue I have had with these gloves is that after repeated use, the leather has stretched a little which has caused the knuckle protector on the right glove to slide out of place. Sometimes before riding, I have to shift it back into place. Other than that, pretty solid pair of gloves.

Joji - July 17, 2009

(Philly, PA)

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Decent Summer Gloves

These are pretty good summer leather gloves. The ventilation works well. The armor (hard on the knuckles and reinforced leather in the palm) seems very sturdy. Durability is OK - but I've already noticed a few loose threads in the stitching after only a month. My only real complaint is the the palm padding right at the base of the fingers tends to bunch up when holding the handgrips. I find myself constantly releasing my grip to stretch out my fingers and get rid of the bunching.

John - July 7, 2009

(Laurel, MD)

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Another nice glove from Olympia

Got these for the summer, and when it's hot out, they are great, but while going over the mountain passes, I change back to my Hi-Vz Cold Throttle's.

Bigwheelsturning - June 29, 2009

(maple valley, WA)