Item Code: JoeRocketATactical Brand: Joe Rocket Color: Black Material: Leather Gender: Men's
Joe Rocket Army Tactical Glove Features
Drum dyed leather and Span Poly
High-density padding over knuckles and fingers
Hook and loop wrist strap
Official U.S. Army® licensed product (or under the license of the U.S. Army®)
Size Chart for the Joe Rocket Army Tactical Glove
Please measure the circumference of your hand starting at the top side of the base of your thumb (see image chart) using a cloth tape measure and choose your size from the chart below.Please note all measurements are in inches.
Comment: Gloves are everything the video says they are . style and looks attracted quite a few riders at Rolling Thunder XXVII . Now a personal note I started to get cramps in hand during ride and i think it is because the glove has a shaping to it that makes the hand twist a little. i think this may change as they break in a little more and i ride a touring trike so the alignment of hands and bars and seating etc may have attributed to the cramping. still plan on using especially on our WWR rides.
Here at Jafrum, we support our troops and their efforts both here and
overseas, and are proud to stock Joe Rocket’s U.S. military branded motorcycle
riding gear. Thank you, again, to all of the men and women serving in the United
States’ armed forces, from all of us here at
These new Tactical gloves are constructed using a mix of drum dyed leather and
polymesh, so they provide a good amount of protection for the street, but are
also very lightweight, and breath really well. This is going to be a great late
Spring, Summer, and early Fall option for the street rider looking for a cool,
light feeling glove with the increased protection of leather.
They’re available in sizes small to three x and the fit is going to be best on
folks with a more slender hand shape. I typically wear a medium glove and I find
the fit across the hand to be a little snug, although these lighter duty gloves
tend to break in quite a bit, so this aspect of the fit will end up perfect. The
fingers are a little bit long, but this is fairly common for me, and not a deal
breaker because it doesn’t really affect my ability to operate my motorcycle.
They’ve added some nice features to this new Tactical glove. The high impact
areas of the palm are reinforced, and they’ve added an accordion style stretch
panel to the pinky and ring finger area. I like this feature because it promotes
a good shape of the palm of the glove when you are properly addressing your
motorcycles controls, by using just your index and middle finger to operate the
clutch and brake levers. They also feature a pull tab to make getting the
gloves onto wet or sweaty
hands much easier, and a hook and loop closure for quick on and off.
If you flip the glove over, you can see the reinforced leather panels with gel
pads to protect the fingers, and the padded gel protector for the knuckles. The
U.S. Army branding comes in the form of these TPR emblems fixed to this flex
panel, and these embroidered stars.
Again, these Power Trip U.S. Army Tactical gloves are a great choice for the
street rider looking for a very light feeling glove that will offer a much
higher level of protection than a textile option.