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Weise Vortex & Daytona Motorcycle Glove

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Weise Motorcycle Gloves

The UK motorcycle apparel company Weise has released two new gloves — the track-specific Vortex and the short-cuff Daytona, both featuring full grain leather construction and the Knox Scaphoid Protection System.

Weise Vortex Motorcycle Glove

With a kangaroo leather palm, twin layered with Kevlar inserts at key impact points and integrated TPU reinforcement at the knuckles and fingers, the Vortex road/race glove provides a feeling of all-round security. Stretch panels at the base of thumb, top of the hand and fingers offer flexibility, feel and feedback.

The Vortex Motorcycle Glove’s ingenious adjustable Velcro retained wrist strap has a two-way cuff system that allows quick and easy fastening inside or outside jacket sleeves, ensuring a snug and secure fit. Retailing for $139.99 the Vortex comes in sizes XS – 4XL black, and XS – 3XL in red, blue and white.

Weise Daytona Motorcycle Glove

Joining the Vortex is the Daytona, a short-cut sports glove, tailored for motorcycle riders who like the comfort and convenience of a short summer glove, but still want the high specification of a racing glove.

Featuring full grain leather construction – twin-layered at key points – Knox SPS and integrated TPU reinforcement on the knuckles, there are stretch panels and a Kangaroo palm to aid fit, flexibility and feel. An adjustable Velcro retained strap on the neoprene cuff offers quick and easy entry and exit with these motorcycle gloves.

Priced at $109.99 the Daytona is produced in sizes S – 3XL in red, blue, orange, yellow and white colourways, and in XS – 4XL in classic black.

All Weise products are covered by a two-year warranty for complete peace of mind. For information on the 2011 Weise range and a list of American stockists, call Fowlers Distribution on 203-597-8686 or visit 2

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.

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