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Roland Sands Design Peristyle Gloves - White on 2040-parts.com

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Four Marks, Hampshire, United Kingdom

Four Marks, Hampshire, United Kingdom
Condition:New Brand:Roland Sands Design Exact Material:Cowhide Leather Style:Touring & Urban Gloves Armour:Palm, Fingers, Knuckles Manufacturer Part Number:Does Not Apply Fastening:Zip, Velcro Material:Leather Country/Region of Manufacture:United States

Roland Sands Design Peristyle Gloves - White

Roland Sands Design Peristyle Gloves - White

Evel Kneivel look, cool retro MX style gloves, with highest quality leather and ergonomic fit.
  • Classic MX inspired all-around riding glove
  • Top Grain Cowhide palm with reinforced padded areas
  • Heavy stretch knit back
  • Custom RSD stars knit stretch cuff
  • Padded leather knuckles
  • Pre-curved ergonomic fit

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