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These Motorcycle Gloves Are Laced With Super-Strong Titanium, And They’re $70 Off


November 12, 2019 Deals By

When it comes to qualities you want in your motorcycle gear, toughness tends to show up pretty high on the list. After all, riding gear is ultimately there to protect your tender flesh and bones from impact; to do that effectively, it needs to be sturdy and well-designed. But you also want your gear to look good and be comfortable, too; if it isn’t, you’re more likely to leave it behind when you hit the road, thus defeating the entire purpose.

Luckily, Daineseone of our favorite motorcycle gear brands — is here to help. The X-Run Gloves seen here pack titanium knuckle protection inside their leather-and-spandura skin, enabling them to protect your hands from even high-velocity scrapes. Short cuffs mean they pair well with almost any motorcycle jacket, while a reinforced palm helps you hold the handlebars with ease all day long. And, of course, they look cool as hell.

The best part? While these sturdy gloves normally cost $160, you can grab them for 44 percent off right now at RevZilla. What are you waiting for?

Gear Patrol also recommends:
Dainese Carbon Long D1 Gloves ($140)
REAX Tasker Leather Gloves ($79)
Dainese Carbon Short D1 Gloves ($125)

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Will Sabel Courtney is Gear Patrol’s Motoring Editor, formerly of The Drive and RIDES Magazine. You can often find him test-driving new cars in New York City, cursing the slow-moving traffic surrounding him.

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