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DUDLEY, United Kingdom

DUDLEY, United Kingdom
knox hanbury glove, US $, image 1
Condition:New Brand:Knox Main Colour:Black Gender:Men's Material:Leather Style:Cruiser Gloves Exact Material:Cowhide Leather, Kangaroo Leather Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply Armour:Knuckles, Palm EAN:Does not apply

The Knox Hanbury is a classically styled 3 season men’s glove 

The first thing to note is the styling. The Knox Hanbury is the perfect glove to fit with any classic looking motorcycle

The glove features accordion leather panels on the back for styling and to improve the fit. On the back of glove there are also 4 gel pads positioned over the knuckles to give extra padding in this area.

fantastic looking and fitting glove

any questions please ask
all sizes available

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