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Love trendy accessories, then this pair of gloves for men or women at ShopClues will surely appeal to you. Below we give you a detailed description about the different range of Gloves we provide our customers:
Summer Gloves: Cool and Comfortable
The main reason to wear gloves is to keep hands protected and comfortable -- from abrasion, sun, bugs, road debris, and heat.
If you are looking for good lightweight summer gloves, the main thing to remember is that direct air flow keeps hands cooler. Beyond that, look for gloves that add protection, comfort and convenience.
Lightweight Mesh and Vented Gloves- On hot days, one of the last things you want is a sweaty pair of hands. Gloves with vents and mesh fabrics allow more airflow, to keep the hands moisture free and with a firm grip on the throttle. Look for fabrics like neoprene and other lightweight, wicking and vented fabrics, with added texture on the palms for "grip".
Summer Leather Gloves- Leather is a classic for riders. While warmer than fabric gloves, you can still enjoy wearing leather as the weather heats up. Just look for unlined leather gloves or styles with perforated leather. Some riders also like Deerskin leather gloves for year-round comfort. Stow heavier insulated leather gloves until fall.
Fingerless Gloves- While not as protective as full fingered gloves for obvious reasons, lots of riders wear fingerless gloves for summer comfort and protection. Styles with a leather palm, gel, hard knuckles, pull tabs, and mesh backs are all good options for summer riders. (Learn more: fingerless glove choices).
Gel Palms- Vibration from the road can stress hands, wrists and arms. Gel gloves present a first line of defense. n. Look for gloves with extra gel padding in the palm to help with fatigue, hand numbness, carpal tunnel, and other issues caused by vibration.
Waterproof Gloves- Summer rain storms are common. A good pair of waterproof gloves are a nice addition to your gear bag. For maximum comfort, look for breathable styles, with liners made of Gore-tex or Aquatex -- if the waterproof liner doesn't breathe, hands will end up a sweaty mess.