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Tough enough for race day.

Tough enough for gravity riding, without feeling like a boxing glove on singletrack, Fox Racing's Dirtpaw Race Gloves pack years of experience to keep you connected to the bike and comfortable on the trail. At the top of the hand, lightweight air mesh cools, while the tough clarino palm keeps your hand steady on the bars. The palm is also padded, along with the knuckles and fingers, so you can power through branches or throw out finish-line fist bumps with abandon, all while the silicone grippers make shifting and braking easy.

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4 5

Long Lasting

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: True to size

I have been using dirtpaw gloves for years now and have had very little issues. they have enough protection on the back of the hand to protect from overhanging trees and the occasional fall. There is good palm protection as well without the bulky padding. I also use these gloves for offroad motorcycle rides and they perform just as well. I am only docking one star because they don't feel too great to wipe your face with but that is a personal opinion. They also work with and iphone.

4 5

The Old Standby

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
  • Fit: Runs small
  • Height: 5' 11"
    Weight: 160 lbs
    Size Purchased: Large

This has been my glove of choice for the last three seasons. I like it for its snug fit, reasonable durability, good looks, and light weight. Like almost any glove in this product category, it is essentially expendable, but for how light the glove is, each pair lasts me a long time. The last pair made it around 1200-1500 miles before popping a seam.

This year's glove has a slightly different cuff closure which is lower profile. I initially didn't like the change, but decided after a few rides that it stayed closed better and had a good look to it. For the price, I don't think that you can get better.

The Old Standby