Gear / Parts Weise: Sportec & Selene Motorcycle Gloves

Weise: Sportec & Selene Motorcycle Gloves

Motorcycle Gloves

Weise has introduced two new winter glove options to its range of riding apparel, the Sportec and Selen.

Both are designed to keep hands warm and dry without compromising fit and feel; these gloves are ideal for urban motorcycle and scooter riders and commuters alike.

Featuring a three-layer Hipora, Thinsulate Supreme and Tri-fleece inner lining, the Sportec is waterproof and breathable (preventing perspiration build-up), warm and comfortable.

It is also thin enough to allow freedom of movement, ensuring there are no ‘tight spots’ to restrict circulation.

A waterproof YKK zip at the cuff and elasticated wrist section ensure a snug fit over or under the cuffs of winter riding jackets, helping to prevent cold air and rain seeping through the gap, and makes it quick and easy to get hands in and out too. With a full-grain leather palm and textile back the Sportec is perfectly suited to winter riding conditions.

For the ladies, the new Selene glove is also waterproof and breathable – thanks to the Sympatex inner membrane – and features a Tri-fleece inner lining for warmth. Soft nappa leather with stretch Nyspan inserts between the fingers offers flexibility, feel and comfort all day long.

Fully adjustable Velcro retaining at the wrist and cuff allows quick and easy entry and exit from the glove, and ensures a close and comfortable fit.

The Sportec is available in black/gun, black/blue and black/red, in sizes S-3XL, and is priced at £49.99, US $79.98 including VAT.

The Selene is available in black/gun and black/white, in ladies sizes XS-XL, retailing for £39.99, US $63.98.

For further information on this and the full range of Weise motorcycle clothing and accessories, call 0117 9719200 or visit weise-clothing.co.uk.

Ron Lieback
Ron Lieback
One of the few moto journalists based on the East Coast, Ron Lieback joined the motorcycle industry as a freelancer in 2007, and is currently Online Editor at Ultimate Motorcycling. He is also the author of "365 to Vision: Modern Writer's Guide (How to Produce More Quality Writing in Less Time).

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