Carbon knuckles, seams all over the place, I could not find gloves anywhere from someone that seemed to have a clue. Along comes Lee Parks with these gloves, and I now cannot imagine any ride (except heavy rain) that I would not wear these magnificent gloves. I am going to get the Outlast version for winter, next. Lee Parks gets 'it' and I hope he makes these wonderful gloves for a long time. (Posted on 12/8/14)
Very nice gloves. I love the buttery smooth feel of them. I thought they would be too hot for summer riding, but I just got back from a 3 day ride on my Goldwing and the temps hit 100. My hands did not get that clammy feeling that I usually get from cowhide leather gloves
If I had one minor negative, I would love see an extra piece of leather right below the fingers to give a little extra cushion to gripping the hand grips.
Overall I would highly recommend these (Posted on 5/29/12)
I bought these gloves for street riding & I think they will be great for day to day riding & sport touring. To call them track gloves is a bit of a misnomer as they are only deer hide. At the track I'll still be wearing my Held gloves for their higher degree of protection. (Posted on 12/27/11)
Confession: I am a bit of a glove fetishist & have more than I"ll ever need. That being said, these are the most comfortable gloves I've ever worn.
Being deer/elk, they are warm in the cold & cool in the heat. Also being deer/elk, they stretch more than cow....meaning that while I usually wear a medium (with some even a large), I wear a small in these.
Most highly recommended. (Posted on 1/25/09)
These are the best MCY gloves I have ever bought, and I've bought quite a few. Worth every penny.
I like these gloves so much that I have a brand new pair waiting, in case I ever need them. So far, my current pair are two years old, and have approximately 50,000 miles on them. I have exposed them to all kinds of weather on the road, and wear silk glove liners under them if the temp drops below 40 degrees F.
They still look, and function very well, after having been washed in mild soap about twice a year. (After washing, they look like new. Go figure!
My only lament, that they no longer offer them in all natural.
I'd recommend these gloves to anyone. (Posted on 12/11/07)