Falling on your hands happens frequently to everyone, regardless of ability, making wrist support an essential part of your protective gear. Pulse gloves are cool, comfortable, and offer flexible wrist support without the cast-like feel of wrist guards.
• Color: black/brown color
• Easy on/off with a split on the back of the mesh
• High breathability mesh panel on the back of the hand
• Precision finger fit
• Full coverage palm abrasion protection
• Sizes: S, M, L, XL
Sizing: Measure the circumference of the widest part of your hand, not including your thumb, and reference the following table:
Size Hand Circumference:
• Small (S) 16.25-18.5 cm (6.5-7.5 inches)
• Medium (M) 18.5-21.25 cm (7.5-8.5 inches)
• Large (L) 21.25-23.75 cm (8.5-9.5 inches)
• Xtra-Large (XL) 23.75-26.25 cm (9.5-10.5 inches)
Warning: use of this equipment does not guarantee protection from injury. Ride within your limits!
Very high quality
Posted by John on Feb 24th 2017
These gloves offer great wrist support and padding without the bulk. I can use my phone, catch my uni during an upd, and even remove my sweatshirt while wearing them. The only improvement I could suggest would be some finger loops to make it easier to remove the gloves. Be sure to check out the sizing guide to make sure you get a perfect fit.
Posted by Ed on Feb 24th 2017
I like these gloves, less restrictive than my wrist braces. The stiffener where it rests on the back of my hands dug in a tiny bit on the forward edge of it but not badly. Overall good product.
Posted by Anthony M. on Feb 8th 2017
Closest thing to old school "Rollerblade Gloves - Pro Model" out there. Fit is as expected. Stitching and material are excellent. Great glove for any wheeled sport where wrist protection without a palm splint is desired.
Great Protective Gloves!
Posted by David Harding on Jan 31st 2017
I like the balance between comfort and protection that these gloves provide. The aren't as rigid and awkward as skating gloves with a rigid plastic section in the palm. I only wish the full-fingered version was also available for winter riding (also would be a little quicker/easier to take off than the half-fingered version).