I always wear gloves. But mens. Not a choice. I would love to wear some with other colors other than black. However, it's difficult, if not impossible to find some that are large enough. I wear a comfortable large in mens. It would be wonderful if the companies would make something for a woman who does not have the "typical" dainty hands.

Phoenix, AZ
Thursday, September 28, 2017
Love reading these articles. I have trouble finding gloves that fit snuggly and yet comfortably because I have long fingers. Either I have to go a size bigger than I like or else be uncomfortable with the fingers not coming all the way up to my hand. Do these gloves "fit" the bill or any others that you can recommend?

Gail Anderson
Balgonie, SK, Canada
Monday, February 20, 2017
Editor Response
Hi Gail,
I too have long fingers. I was happily surprised when these gloves fit me without the tips of my fingers getting squished. My best advice is to continue trying on gloves until you find "the pair." Stick with women's gloves whenever possible, as men's gloves tend to be wider around the hand.
Tricia Szulewski, Assistant Editor
A way to convince women to wear gloves when riding a motorcycle (or bicycle) is to think about the damage the sun and wind does to your hands. No expensive hand cream or manicure can undo that. For the same reason I lower my visor at all times!
This has nothing to do with safety but might do the trick, I convinced a couple of girlfriends already.

Brussels, Belgium
Friday, July 15, 2016
I have a pair of these gloves with red piping and I love them. The leather is so soft and the lining is thicker for more cooler riding. They don't interfere with using the hand controls as the leather is supple. I have a hard time finding winter gloves that aren't bulky, but these keep my hands quite warm in above 45 to 50 degree temps. And they are quite pretty. Can match a riding jacket!

Marilyn Hansen
Princeton Junction, NJ
Tuesday, July 12, 2016