Have you ever seen the acronym A.T.G.A.T.T. on the internet? It stands for All the Gear, All the Time. How about “dress for the crash, not the ride”? Definitely good rules to live by, after all, when you throw your leg over your motorcycle you are at the mercy of nature, road conditions, and thousands of distracted drivers texting away while you are trying to stay alive. Below are some of the top reasons why you should include gloves as part of your standard equipment when riding.
No matter what the time of year, we are riders are always under threat of the wet stuff. That’s right, rain. We all know how accurate the local forecast usually is – sometimes I think they are trying to keep it as ambiguous as possible: It will be partly cloudy with some sun and possibly some rain which might cool things off or it will be very warm. Gee, thanks for the clarification! With the right gear though, you can be prepared for just about anything. In this video we compare six different styles of waterproof gloves, which will hopefully help you narrow down your choices to get you in the right pair – keeping you warm, dry and comfortable no matter what mother nature throws your way.
No one likes to ride in the rain but without proper motorcycle gear on, it’s just so much worse. For those kind of days the Olympia 181 Monsoon WP Womens Gloves will keep your fingers protected from those nasty elements.
Whether you want a cool summer motorcycle glove or something you can wear in chillier weather, the Power Trip Jet Black Womens Leather Gloves has both options covered. So take your choice, air holes or not, which womens riding glove suits your needs?
I usually don’t wear all my rings while riding because they are just too uncomfortable under my leather gloves. Well luckily Olympia has taken care of that issue with the unique style of these great womens riding gloves.