Motorcycle Gloves

RST Titanium Outlast Waterproof gloves review

RST Titanium Outlast Waterproof gloves review

These gloves are out of this world. Their temperature-regulating Outlast lining which helps keep things warm or cool depending on conditions was originally developed for NASA space suits. MCN MODEL...

Seven lightweight motorbike glove reviews

Seven lightweight motorbike glove reviews

With so much choice available, it can be hard to know which lightweight gloves to go for. MCN have been testing seven options for at least 1000 miles to help remove some of the guesswork. Here’s what...

Product review: Racer Stone glove

Product review: Racer Stone glove

After 3000 miles and two years, these Racer Stone motorcycle gloves are perfect for those long, hot summer days of riding. Made from leather and fabric inserts between the fingers, the back of...

Product review: Knox Handroid gloves

Product review: Knox Handroid gloves

Knox have produced a number of versions of their stylish, futuristic Handroid race gloves and we at MCN simply can't get enough of them, reviewing every pair along the way. Below is a compilation of...

Product review: Five RFX1 gloves

Product review: Five RFX1 gloves

On my list of great brands you’ve probably never heard of, Five are quite near the top. After a huge number of miles, with quite a few complete soakings, across 16 months, these Five RFX1 gloves are...

Product review: The 1000 Mile Test of Gloves

Product review: The 1000 Mile Test of Gloves

Spring has finally sprung, so it's time to pack away those bulky winter gloves and opt for something a little more lightweight. We know there's always a chance of a shower, whatever the time of year,...

Product review: Dainese Four Stroke Long Gloves

Product review: Dainese Four Stroke Long Gloves

Our Senior Editor, Matt Wildee, has ridden 3000 miles over ten months in these top spec gloves from Dainese and here's his view on what's good and what's not. What’s good? Plenty. These gloves offer...

Product review: Weise Montana 120 WP Gloves

Product review: Weise Montana 120 WP Gloves

Our Acting Consumer Editor, Dan Sutherland, has clocked up 5,000 miles in these winter gloves over the last couple of months. Here's his thoughts.  What’s good? These Montana 120s from Weise have...

Product review: Rukka Suki Gloves

Product review: Rukka Suki Gloves

Alison's worn the Rukka Suki Gloves through changeable British weather and she's given them a five star quality review, here's why: What’s good? Made from a mixture of textile and leather, these top...

Product review: RST Thermotech Heated Gloves

Product review: RST Thermotech Heated Gloves

Cold fingers are a thing of the past for Simon Relph, he's given the RST Thermotech gloves a five star rating and here's why. What’s good? I don’t know anyone who enjoys cold hands riding a bike,...

Product review: Knox Zero2 Mk2 winter glove

Product review: Knox Zero2 Mk2 winter glove

I’ve covered around 13,000 miles in these Knox Zero2 Mk2 gloves and am about to tackle my second winter with them. Here’s how I’ve been getting on so far… What’s good? These stylish Knox gloves are...

Product review: ARMR Moto WP670 all-weather gloves

Product review: ARMR Moto WP670 all-weather gloves

I tested these ARMR Moto WP670 all-weather gloves (RRP £69.99) for one month, covering 600 miles.   Browse MCN Shop Here's how I got on... What’s good? With my daily riding getting...

Product review: Buffalo BR30 gloves

Product review: Buffalo BR30 gloves

Three months and 2,000 miles later, here’s my thoughts on the Buffalo BR30 gloves. What’s good? These are great, sporty casual gloves. They didn’t take much bedding in to be comfortable and still look...

Product review: Spada Blizzard 2 WP gloves

Product review: Spada Blizzard 2 WP gloves

I tested these Spada Blizzard 2 WP gloves (RRP £34.99) for three months, covering 2000 miles. Here's how I got on... What’s good? A glove for under £35 that claims to be waterproof and actually is! I...

Weise Outlast Sirius women's gloves review

Weise Outlast Sirius women's gloves review

I've been using these £69.99 Weise Outlast Sirius gloves for four months now and have so far covered 700 miles in them. What’s good? I have piano player’s hands, with long, slim fingers, and I found...

Product review: Five HG1 WP Heated gloves

Product review: Five HG1 WP Heated gloves

MCNs Sports Editor, Michael Guy has been testing these Five HG1 Waterproof Heated Gloves for 18 months now and has worn them for 7000 miles. Here’s what he thinks…  What’s good? When I first...

Product review: Weise Summer gloves

Product review: Weise Summer gloves

I tested these Weise Summer gloves (£39.99) for three weeks over 500 miles. Here's how I got on... What's good? Basic gloves, for a basic price. The feel is ok, but not amazing, and they are...

Review: RST Tractech Evo-R race glove

Review: RST Tractech Evo-R race glove

I tested these RST Tractech Evo-R race gloves (£99.99) over four months across 2000 miles. Here's how I got on... What’s good? RST Advertise their Tractech Evo-R as their ultimate race glove.

MCN readers rate their summer gloves

MCN readers rate their summer gloves

High-mileage members of our #ride5000mile Facebook group rate the kit they rely on most Knox Handroid £199 Daniel Storey Rides Triumph Tiger Used for Six years “Knox Handroids are the best...

RiDE review: Alpinestars Valparaiso Drystar

RiDE review: Alpinestars Valparaiso Drystar

Textile glove is CE marked, with a hard knuckle, leather/suede fingers and palm, with pinky and ring fingers connected. Sealed well against draughts and was totally dry. Feel is excellent but could be...

RiDE review: Richa Hurricane GTX

RiDE review: Richa Hurricane GTX

These CE-marked Gore-Tex textile gloves have hard knuckle protectors, squidgy scaphoid armour and leather palms and fingers. The thin lining means good feel, at the expense of a little warmth but...

RiDE review: BMW 2-in1 gloves

RiDE review: BMW 2-in1 gloves

Almost identical to the Held Air n Dry gloves, bar the BMW branding and a bit less ventilation – which just knocks hot-weather performance back a fraction. If you don’t mind the BMW branding, the £36...

RiDE review: Held Air n Dry gloves

RiDE review: Held Air n Dry gloves

Well-armoured two-chamber textile/leather gloves are fine on cool days and great on hot days, with vents on top and a perforated palm. Totally dry, with great feel and comfort. Not the warmest...

RiDE review: Tuzo Blitz gloves

RiDE review: Tuzo Blitz gloves

Chunky leather glove is CE marked, with hard knuckle armour and a soft scaphoid protector. Has separate cuff and wrist straps. Passed all our waterproof tests. The tester said the liner gets sweaty...

RiDE review: Furygan Quartz gloves

RiDE review: Furygan Quartz gloves

This CE-approved textile glove has a hard knuckle protector, with a wrist strap to secure it and a zip to adjust the fit of the cuff. It’s comfy and feel is good. It’s waterproof and has a plush...

Product review: Icon DKR gloves

Product review: Icon DKR gloves

MCN Web Producer, Liam Marsden, tested these Icon DKR gloves (£50.35) over seven months across 500 miles.  Here's how he got on... What’s good? Some winter gloves can be fiddly when it comes...

How good are £20 Aldi gloves?

How good are £20 Aldi gloves?

Time tested: 100 miles What’s good? How good can a £20 glove (£19.99 to be exact) from Aldi be? As it turns out, not as bad as I was expecting. The Aldi gloves are made from real leather, have some...

Product review: Held Arctic Evo

Product review: Held Arctic Evo

We tested these Held Arctic Evo gloves (£157.99) over three months, but what did we make of them?  What’s good? I wanted a pair of seriously warm and waterproof winter gloves, and in the Arctic...

What's good and what's not about these BKS race gloves?

What's good and what's not about these BKS race gloves?

What’s good and what's not about BKS' race gloves? Here's the good bits: British brand BKS, creators of top-quality tailor-made leather kit, have released these all-new off-the-peg race gloves.

Rev’It! Taurus GTX gloves do the business

Rev’It! Taurus GTX gloves do the business

Rev’It! Taurus GTX £169.99 Time tested 2500 miles What’s good? When it comes to keeping your hands warm and dry, the Taurus gloves are virtually faultless. I commute around 180 miles per day, most of...

Product Review: Weise Legend WP gloves

Product Review: Weise Legend WP gloves

MCN Shop Time tested: Three months/1500 miles What’s good? Made from a mix of full-grain leather on the palms, fingers and knuckles and Nyspan textile fabric on the back of the hand, the Weise Legend...

Fuzzy Furygan Vent Sympatex gloves keep out the cold

Fuzzy Furygan Vent Sympatex gloves keep out the cold

Time tested: 6000 miles/ seven months What’s good? It’s hard not to love a glove which is lined with faux fur. Slip your hand into the Furygan and it’s instantly treated to a warm and fuzzy welcome.

Rated: BMW Rallye 3 gloves

Rated: BMW Rallye 3 gloves

Tested by: James Archibald, Web Producer Time tested: four months/3000 miles What’s good? The Rallye are a light glove designed primarily for warm weather and off-road use, and they’ve been great over...

Weise Romulus gloves review (£74.99)

Weise Romulus gloves review (£74.99)

What’s good about the Weise Romulus gloves? Decent, understated protection that won’t leave you too much out of pocket. One aspect that drew me to the Romulus gloves was that they have passed CE...

Roland Sand Dezel gloves review (£80)

Roland Sand Dezel gloves review (£80)

What’s good about the Roland Sand Dezel gloves? These retro gloves are dripping in quality and style. They not only look authentic, but feel amazing; the palms are so soft it almost feels like you’re...

Product Review: Racer Stratos 2 (£139.99)

Product Review: Racer Stratos 2 (£139.99)

What’s good about the Racer Stratos 2 gloves? Racer have thought everything through to come up with a pair of gloves that do the job without looking flash or being packed with extraneous features.