Motorcycle-Specific Gloves Technology By Harley-Davidson

HD-GloveSeamingWell, maybe some of you want to learn about the motorcycle-specific technology used in the new Harley-Davidson gloves offering. More than you think…

The drawings above will help you understand about low profile seaming, pre-curved fingers for maximum feel and comfort, gel padding palms,  power-stretch knuckles to minimize hand fatigue, touchscreen compatible index finger and thumb, etc.

Harley-Davidson proposes 4 new models, 3 for men, 1 for women. From left to right and top to bottom.

HD-Circuit-Gloves-STUDIOHD-Tailgater-Gloves-STUDIOHD-Winged-Skull-Gloves-STUDIOHD-Womens-Cora-Gloves-STUDIOMen’s Circuit Full-Finger Leather Gloves (P/N 98275-14VM, $65). Constructed from supple goatskin leather with low profile comfort seams, the gloves have 45-degree pre-curved fingers for maximum feel and comfort. The gel-padded palm and anti-slip grip reduce fatigue while 3M Scotchlite Reflective Material on the knuckles delivers enhanced visibility. Neoprene cuffs with adjustable closures offer added comfort and maneuverability. Available in S – 3XL sizes.

Men’s Tailgater Full-Finger Gloves with Touchscreen Technology (P/N 98304-14VM, $65). Crafted from soft, durable cowhide leather, the gloves feature padded palms and touchscreen compatible index finger and thumb. The 30-degree pre-curved fingers with power-stretch knuckles and ergonomic thumb design minimize fatigue, while low-profile seam technology maximizes dexterity for improved comfort and fit. The gloves come complete with adjustable closures, contrasted stitching and embroidered graphics. Available in S – 3XL sizes.

Men’s Winged Skull Full-Finger Leather Gloves (P/N 98278-14VM, $40). Goatskin leather and polyester mesh construction to deliver protection and cooling comfort. The ergonomic thumb design is matched with 30-degree pre-curved fingers and power-stretch knuckles to minimize hand fatigue. Gel-padded palms and low-profile comfort seams enhance all-day comfort with optimum feel and sensitivity. Adjustable neoprene cuffs keep them secure with maximum movement. Available in S – 3XL sizes.

Women’s Cora Leather & Mesh Full-Finger Gloves (P/N 98295-14VW, $55). Constructed from goatskin leather and polyester mesh with tricot lining, the ergonomic thumb and gel-padded palm are built for all-day riding, while the touchscreen compatible index finger and thumb add convenience. A unique style featuring contrasting piping, stitching and fourchettes match the premium features, and an elastic wrist with adjustable closure keeps them comfortably secure. Available in XS –XL sizes.

All these new gloves are among a comprehensive selection of full-fingered, fingerless and gauntlet gloves available now at the Harley-Davidson Store and at most Harley-Davidson dealerships.

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11 Responses to “Motorcycle-Specific Gloves Technology By Harley-Davidson”


  1. 1 Mike Mar 30th, 2014 at 8:53 am

    Need more Harley logos. I wish each finger had a logo, top and bottom. Also need a logo on the inside of the gloves so it makes an indentation on my skin. That way when I take them off, people will still know I own a Harley.

  2. 2 Rodent Mar 30th, 2014 at 10:20 am

    Great idea Mike!

  3. 3 18Bravo Mar 30th, 2014 at 1:53 pm

    Wasted effort. Most cool people will cut the fingers off anyway…

  4. 4 James just another crazy Kiwi Mar 30th, 2014 at 3:10 pm

    Prefer my gloves to be a gauntlet style so they come up and over the bottom of the jacket sleeve.
    makes sure no draught gets in.
    Also like armour at least it gives you some protection not just for crashes but debris , birds etc. often come through about glove height.

    Because I live in a temperate climate I have to have winter and summer gloves. I ride 12 months of the year. Light gloves in winter do not hack it even with the handle grip warmers on and winter gloves make your hands sweat like a rapists in the summer months.

    I cannot ride at the moment, I fell off my mountain bike early Feb and smashed my heel into a number of bits which resulted in a plate and 10 screws.
    Frustration is driving me crazy. Not to mention boredom and the lure of the Scotch bottle.
    Summer is running away and by the time I can ride again we will be in the depths of our winter.

    Like my Surgeon said “Life is a risk”

  5. 5 M. F. Smith Mar 30th, 2014 at 11:28 pm

    Just turn the regular seam gloves inside out, so the seams are on the outside, giving maximum grip, while your fingers have a baby smooth haven!

  6. 6 Wilhelm Mar 31st, 2014 at 6:49 am

    To think it took them 111 years to come up with these amazing innovations …

  7. 7 Zipper Mar 31st, 2014 at 8:38 am

    I wonder if the goats are Chinese? Also do they have the HD logo on them before they are made into gloves? ..Z

  8. 8 fuji Mar 31st, 2014 at 10:46 am

    When are the Rushmore fanny packs to be introduced to store the gloves

  9. 9 Mrs. Behaves Apr 2nd, 2014 at 5:32 pm

    Wow another set of riding gloves and still not a jacket that addresses the gap between the gloves and the jacket sleeve.. It is funny I own gauntlet gloves with the fingers cut off.. Yes, this way I don’t get that 2 inch “Bikers Tan” across my wrist.
    Mrs. Behaves.

  10. 10 BCinSoCal Apr 7th, 2014 at 1:42 pm

    Where were the gel-padded palm gloves when I was riding a BSA single 50 years ago. Worried about the gap between gloves and jacket , gauntlet gloves solve that, but cutting the fingers off, doesn’t sound like the smartest move. Just sayin’

  11. 11 bartso34 Apr 18th, 2014 at 5:43 pm

    HD needs to offer a straight, plain five inch gauntlet….

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