Troy Lee Designs Guide: Moto Gloves 101
Are you looking for a single layer palm, dual layer? How about slip on vs. closure wrist? TLD has your hands covered with 7 different platforms to choose from, all with variable tech aspects. Check out our features & benefits guide below to find the glove that fits your style of riding best.
The SE Ultra Glove is a lightweight slip-on design that utilizes a single-layer palm with laser hole perforation. Silicone printing on the fingertips is used for lever grip.
The SE Pro glove features a compression-molded cuff and a single layer palm with laser perforated holes for breathability. Extra protection on the hand is provided by the sonic welded TPRS on the back of the hand and the silicone print offers a grippy spot on the brake lever.
The Air glove features a compression-molded cuff and single layer palm with laser perforated holes for breathability. Micro-mesh is used all over for added ventilation. Silicone print on finger offers a grippy spot for brake lever grip.
The race tested GP glove is and has been a staple in the TLD lineup with sublimated graphics, moderate index finger knuckle protection, and a lightweight, unrestricted fit.
The REVOX glove was designed to handle the specific challenges of motorcycle and offroading riding. This glove is versatile while staying comfortable and feature rich. Compression molded cuff combined with flexible top-hand stretch fabrics keep this glove feeling lightweight, while offering some protection and flexibility.
This three-layer softshell fabric has a soft fleece liner. This dual-layer palm mutes the trail chatter and the D30 knuckle protection adds a barrier against abrasions and branch strikes.
The Swelter glove is designed to extend your riding into cooler weather. The 3 layer softshell fabric as a fleece liner for add insulation. Keeping the warmth in is a longer compression molded cuff.