It may be snowing in the Midwest, but I’m already planning for the spring riding season. As a commuter rider, I can wear through gloves faster than it takes the leaves to change colors in the fall, which is why gloves are the first piece of apparel in my wardrobe that needs updating.
In my many years of riding, my gear has never matched, which is why I chose the Joe Rocket Optic gloves specifically based on curb appeal in black/hi-viz, matching the colorway on my helmet exactly. For those who prefer different color options, the Optic gloves are also available in black, red and light gray.
Luckily, these gloves not only look great, but they also offer excellent protection.
The Joe Rocket Optic gloves are made with a Free Air mesh chassis with goatskin leather panels and goatskin leather wrapped molded knuckle armor. Goatskin is extremely durable and can handle my rather aggressive riding style, since I come from a racing background.
The armor on the knuckles sits nicely without feeling too bulky or heavy, ergonomically molding right into the grooves of my hands. In addition, the goatskin leather continues into the palm with contoured padding for comfort and vibration reduction.
With the amount of leather used in these gloves, the design offers enough breathability so my hands won’t suffocate and sweat.
The palm is double stitched, giving me peace of mind that these gloves are designed to last more than one season.
On the fingers, the Optic offers high-density padding on the fingers and SmartTouch conductive material on the index fingers for instant touchscreen access.
The hook and loop closure make these gloves super easy to put on and take off, without the risk of them slipping out of place during a ride.
Available in sizes small through 3XL, don’t forget to place these gloves in a high traffic area of your dealership. There is no doubt that your customers will love these gloves when they stop by your dealership to get their bike tuned up for the spring season.
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