100EX Roper II Men's Gloves (010047) by Olympia Gloves®. The 100 EX Roper II Glove is a comfortable, leather riding glove that gets you where you need to go. This product is made of high-quality materials to serve you for years to come. It will meet your needs and deliver great quality at an affordable cost. It will meet your needs and deliver great quality at an affordable cost. If you’re looking for a quality product that will serve you for years to come, look no further.
- Light-weight, deluxe drum dyed glove leather
- Touch enabled technology on thumb and index finger
- Reflective stripes on the pinky side
- Reinforced nylon stitching for extended wear
- Padded palm for anti-shock and ultimate riding comfort
- Elasticized cuff and adjustable leather Hook and Loop Fastener strap for perfect fit
- Made to keep you safe and comfortable on the road
- Proven to deliver exceptional performance mile after mile
- Perfect American fit, designed to feel better on your hands
- Provide ultimate protection keeping hands warm and dry
- Perfect solution to prevent the hands from sliding
The Olympia 7300 Cold Weather Touch Screen Glove is a great cold weather glove.
It's a bit more basic than some other motorcycle gloves. It doesn't have premium leather, or lots of bells and whistles, but hands will be warm and dry when it counts.
1st-rate construction includes: Durable, abrasion-resistant Cordura shell, textured Rubbertech palm grip for extra safety, Thinsulate® insulation for warmth and Aquatex for waterproof, breathable, windproof protection. It also has: Single hand cinch-on cuff, pre-curved fingers, Bemberg lining.
Last but not least: Touch Screen technology is built in. Works great with all touch products including i phones, i pads, GPS and more - so you can keep your gloves on the next time you need to scroll or swipe keeping hands warm on cold weather rides!
Olympia Gloves® began manufacturing gloves during World War II, for the U.S. Military. It's a legacy we're proud of. Making gloves that perform under tough conditions was the challenge then, and it still is.