Speed and Strength Off the Chain Gloves

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Speed and Strength Off the Chain Gloves

Featuring little bulk with a full range of motion, the Speed and Strength Off the Chains glove is the choice when you need a lightweight and uncomplicated glove ready for fast riding. A quick cinch wrist closure guarantees a snug fit while its breathable top hand and rubber armor give a comfortable feel. When the climate allows it, the Off the Chains glove is the ideal street weapon.
  • Leather and textile frame
  • Reinforced leather palm
  • TPR finger protectors
  • TPR knuckles
  • Pre-curved race cut fit
  • Hook and loop wrist closure
  • Item # 32407

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Off the Chain Gloves

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Speed and strength off the chain gloves

Great gloves for the price, you won't beat it. As a lot of reviews prior to mine these gloves are not bulky, go on easy, and breathe well. Here in Canada good for 10 degrees Celsius and above any colder my hands start to feel it. Lots of mobility in the hands no pressure against the knuckles like some. Once again for the price great gloves.

Dez - April 24, 2012

(Beaumont, AB)
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Can't beat it!!

For under $30 you can't beat these gloves. They could be a little more snug around the wrist area, but the overall quality allows you to overlook that. Very detailed and I like the raised rubber molding on the fingers. Great for leisure riding and looks very sporty.

Charles - May 28, 2013

(Cleveland, OH)
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Good Glove

I've had mine for a month and I ride almost every day, they fit my hand really well. They're easy to take on and off with a nice non-bulky fit. Great on hot days.

James - April 20, 2012

(Beloit, OH)
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Good Light Weight Gloves

These are Lightweight gloves, good for everyday use, not a whole lot of crash protection, but very Comfortable. Would recommend for someone wanting comfort with a little protection.

GENO - May 02, 2013

(Vegas Baby!!, NV)
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A nice, uncomplicated glove!

While I like the protection of heavier gloves, I find myself coming back to these more often than not. They are simple, not bulky or heavy, and allow my fingers a good range of motion. They are warm enough for cool days and airy enough for warmer days. So far they have held up quite well for all of my weekend trips both long and short.

John - December 28, 2011

(Los Angeles, CA)
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Nice gloves

Gloves fit just about right and feel comfy as can be also they look pretty cool and they really grab the grips on the bike.

Cody - May 30, 2012

(Everett, PA)
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Nice Style

Haven't rode with them yet, quality seems good, wasn't sure Med. or Lg, went smaller this time a bit tight but wearing them around they are stretching for a good fit.

Steve - March 28, 2013

(Holbrook,NY, NY)
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Nice Gloves Go Bad

The gloves fit and look great. But after wearing them about 5 times, the seams started to fall apart on the right glove. Now I have a huge hole in the glove and need to get a new pair.

Joe - June 13, 2011

(Chicago, IL)
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Seam fell apart

Great gloves untill about a week into use the seam on the right glove started to go. Had an 1 inch gap where it fell apart. To save money I just bought black string and a needle. Did a crappy job but I don't have that unsightly hole anymore.

Dave - June 30, 2011

(La Vista , NE)
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Strength

The name has strength in it. They tore the first time I put them on. Nothing a little duct tape couldn't fix. But still.

Al - June 25, 2013

(Chicago, IL)
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Weak Seams

I've been using this for only a week going to work and back and the seam on the top is already coming loose. Thumbs down!

John - December 18, 2012

(Cherry Point, NC)
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Crap

Very limited protection, stretched alot and the material fell apart. I had a pair of oakleys and aplinestars, which lasted for years. These didn't even last a month. Ripped in the palm and the gloves are barely broke in! Spend the extra money and don't go with these cheap gloves.

Dave - May 30, 2012

(Honolulu, HI)
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