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Men's Ridge Gloves

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Serious trail riders demand comfort, mobility, and protection, and the Ridge gloves deliver on all these fronts. Their durable, full-finger design features innovative technologies, like our XRD foam knuckle protection, a pre-curved articulated fit, and a conductive silicone print on the thumb and pointer fingers for convenient touchscreen compatibility. And impressively, we achieved all this while still providing a clean look to impress your trail buds.

Rider Reviews

  • 4.2
  • 6 Reviews

Love these gloves! Good fit,

Love these gloves! Good fit, well made, so good I bought a second pair for the future

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Yes!

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Phil N.

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Fantastic Gloves, with good support

Fantastic Gloves, with good support and a comfortable, lightly cushioned fit. I recommend for riding in the warmer months, as it has good air flow. The only downside is a slightly tight area around the fingers, though this can probably be resolved with a bigger size.

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Guest G.

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Seem to strike a nice

Seem to strike a nice balance between being warm on a cool morning but not too hot during the heat of the day. The subtle knuckle protection is nice for a trail riding glove.

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Brent D.

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These are my favourite gloves

These are my favourite gloves for MTB'ing, great fit, excellent feel on the bars, long lasting and extemely comfortable. Have just a bought a second pair, not because the first pair were worn, just because I liked the first pair so much and dont plan on changing gloves ever again....and they match my bike (Specialized).

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Dan B.

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l would not buy these gloves

I returned these gloves because there is no padding in the palms, they would be ok for raking leaves but not mountain biking. There`s more emphasis placed on touchscreen compatibility than rider practicality. Are we here to ride or play with our phones?


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Chris

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