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Your hands are arguably one of the most important parts of your body, especially when it comes to motorcycle riding. If you're like us and really value your hands, you're going to want the best protection money can buy. The Knox Handroid V14 gloves are just that. With an innovative exoskeleton armor system and CE certification, you get what you pay for and more with these award winning gloves available from Riders Discount.



Retails at $269.95, these are available in black, black/white (pictured here), red, and white/black. Check these out on our website or if you would like to place an order, give MIKE a call at 866.931.6644 ext. 804. Is email more convenient? Send us a message through this forum or write to us at FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM, and we'll get back to you right away!

The Handroid V14 gloves are CE certified to prEN 13594-2012. This particular certification is one of the most difficult tests to pass and the Knox Handroid did so with flying colors. Some of the tests involved impact resistance, abrasion resistance, cut resistance, tear strength, and quality of leather just to name a few.

On the palm side of the glove you'll find kangaroo leather on the palm with an Amara grip pad with silicon print for even greater control of your motorcycle. Also notice the patented dual compound Scaphoid Protection System protecting vital bones in your wrist.



The most noticeable feature of this glove is the exoskeleton system. These spines are attached to a fixed point on the middle knuckles and move in and out of the top armor via hidden springs. These take a load off of your hand by helping to maintain the curve around your grip and serve as protection for your knuckles in the event you go down.



Check out the wrist closure system. Skiers and snowboarders are probably already familiar with this system but Knox have incorporated this popular BOA lacing system onto the Handroid. The BOA lacing system allows precise adjustment around the whole cuff giving you a secure feeling around the entire circumference of your wrist rather than a few spots like you might get with a velcro closure. Simply turn until it's tight enough for you and pull up on the dial to release the tension.



Sizing is spot on with the motorcycle glove. What do you think of the new Knox Handroid V14 glove? Let us know your thoughts in the thread below!

 
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