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Northampton, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

Northampton, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom
Gender:Men's, Women's Material:Leather Brand:Leather and Sports Metropolis Fastening:Adjustable Velcro Strap, Zip Style:Cruiser Gloves Features:Zipped Cuff, Heavy Micro Fleece Lining Exact Material:Fleece Lining, Cowhide Leather Season:All Main Colour:Black Unit Quantity:1

Vulcan Leather Zip-Off Motorcycle Gauntlet Gloves

This Black winter motorbike gloves made from Premium Leather Cowhide.  

Heavy micro fleece lining

Adjustable wrist with Velcro adjustable strap 

Zipped cuff to remove gloves easily

To find the right fit get a tape measure, and using your right hand, place the tape measure under your palm and measure from the index finger to the pinkie finger. 

If your measurement falls in-between two sizes, always try the larger size first. 

Glove Size

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DON’T FORGET! that leather motorcycle gloves stretch after they have broken in!

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