Weise Victory Motorcycle GlovesWeise Victory gloves, crafted in supple, rich tan-colored goat leather may look vintage, but pack a host of subtle, modern features.
Creatively designed and rigorously tested, Weise – which means wise in German and rhymes with “nice”- has been manufacturing motorcyclist-specific jackets, pants, boots and gloves since 1987. Recently launched in America, its 75-piece product line of premium, mostly all-weather riding gear is tailored for a great fit on men and women.A standout in Weise’s collection, the Victory gloves’ classy, old-school cool is defined by a lack of raised venting and protruding carbon fiber cladding.Instead, they have sleek, molded knuckle armor under the leather that sandwiches memory foam and additional reinforcement built into the finger joints.Just one of Weise’s 32 gloves, the mid-length Victory’s elemental, tough-yet-soft leather and external stitching provide amazing comfort and break in quickly to form a strong personal bond with clutch and throttle hands of all sizes.For great grip and even more protection, the Victory has an extra layer of Chamude material that goes from palm to wrist and is secured with a Velcro-backed retaining strap. A handy rubber pull-tab allows the gloves to be donned quickly.Victory gloves are available in XS – 4XL, which works out to sizes between 7 and 11.Like all Weise products, they’re backed by a no-quibble, two-year warranty. A black version of the Victory’s look and protection can be found in Weise’s very similar Vagos glove.For more information about Victory gloves and other Weise riding gear, visit TheKeyCollection.co.uk, call 203-597-8686, or email Admin@Fowlers.co.uk.North American dealers wanting to carry Weise Motorcycle Clothing and the distributor’s other great brands – Milano Sport riding gear, Ugly Fish sunglasses and the 150-item Gear Gremlin motorcycle accessory line – can visit FowlersDistribution.com, call 203-597-8686 or email Admin@Fowlers.co.uk for more information.Release submitted by PutterPowerMedia
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