Roper Men's Motorcycle Leather Gloves
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FI211 | Roper Motorcycle Gloves
Roper Gloves are a classic style motorcycle glove - unlined, short cuff gloves crafted in a soft, aniline cowhide. These gloves feature our Touch Tech fingertip technology, so no worries on using your phone. They're also available in a ton of colors, including black, camp, oxblood, whiskey, and oil/sand.
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Be sure to measure your hand correctly and make a fist . Take that measurement. That’s your size . They are snug. If you’re gonna wear knit gloves underneath for more warmth, go up 2 sizes. These gloves are high quality as is everything you buy from First Manufacturing . I have an antique brown and a black Indy leather jacket . They are the finest leather jackets I’ve ever owned. I’m 66 and have owned quite a few including Scott jackets. These are absolutely the best leathers hands down ! Thanks First Manafacturing !!!
Ocala , Florida
The gloves seem to be awesome leather they fit perfect actually smell like real leather feel like real leather in your hand. The one problem I have is that the finger tips on the index finger and thumb pealed off in 2 days. I would rather not have the fake leather tips on them. Like I said the glove is perfect on any other aspect.
Fit and feel great
These gloves fit and feel great. I love them. What I don't love is the finger tip pad for touch screens, it is not leather and is starting to peel after several rides. This is not a feature that should be on motorcycle gloves.
It is a weak point on what would be a great pair of light weight gloves.
They fit a little short in the fingers, and there was a loose thread or two, but nothing that is a deal breaker. Leather is thin but strong, perfect for the summer. Are these the best motorcycle gloves? No, but geez, they are very inexpensive and of decent quality for sure.
Excellent gloves , I have 3 different styles, they are the best and I say that with 45yrs of riding experience..👍
Everything I get here is great. I love their gear. I first got a vest, than a jacket and now gloves.
Love the gloves where a little tight at first but after a few rides they break in and feel great