Available brands - Acerbis, Yoko, Burton, Clover, Color Kids, Dainese, ENERGIAPURA, Falke, Husqvarna, JT, Leki, Nitro, ProGrip, Racer, THERMIC.
Various applications - for running, motorcycling, mountain skiing, cross-country skiing.
Choosing the right gloves depends on several factors, including intended use, material, size, fit, and additional features. Here's a guide to help you choose the right gloves for your needs:
Determine the purpose: Determine the purpose for which you need the gloves. Whether it's protection, warmth, grip, dexterity, or a combination of these factors, knowing your intended use will help you choose the right type of glove.
- Consider the material: Gloves are made from a variety of materials, each offering unique properties. Below are some common options.
- Leather: Provides strength, flexibility and good grip. Leather gloves are often used for work, driving and outdoor activities.
- Cotton: lightweight and breathable, ideal for light duty work and general use. They provide minimal protection.
- Latex or Nitrile: These materials provide excellent chemical resistance and are commonly used in medical, laboratory and industrial settings.
- Synthetic fabrics: Materials such as nylon, polyester or spandex provide flexibility, moisture wicking properties and can be suitable for a variety of activities.
Size and fit: For gloves to be effective and comfortable, proper fit is critical. Measure the size of your hand by wrapping the measuring tape around your wrist just below the knuckles. To find the correct size, compare your measurements with the manufacturer's size chart. If you are between sizes, choose the larger one.