My left glove tore within 5 months of purchasing them. Due to the firm fitting, I had to pull on the wrist part of the glove to pull the glove on. Eventually it started to tear.
Scorpion SGS Gloves.
Scorpion SGS Glove Features
- Top grade, perforated and non-perforated leather upper and fourchettes
- Kangaroo skin palm for control-feel and abrasion resistance
- Knox SPS® (Scaphoid Protection System) palm sliders
- Superfabric® armor plated material panels provide flexible abrasion barriers
- TPU molded knuckle protection
- Hook & loop wrist closure
- Pre-curved palm and fingers for grip comfort
- Protective internal palm patch made of DuPont™ KEVLAR® fibers
- DuPont™ KEVLAR® out-stitched palm and fingers eliminate interior seam feel
- DuPont™, Kevlar® are trademarks or registered trademarks of E.I. du Pont de Nemours and Company
Scorpion SGS Glove Sizing
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.
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Not worth your money. glove tore withing 5 months of get it.
The Scorpion SGS gloves are constructed using the same high grade materials, using the same attention to detail, as the SG3 racing gloves, but without the gauntlet, making these a great choice for aggressive street riding. If you are looking for a premium race glove with a full gauntlet, don’t forget to check out the Scorpion SG3’s on our website.
These gloves come in five colorways including this neon pair. You also have the choice of white, red, blue, or black. The fit is a pretty standard American cut and their available in sizes small thru triple xl. I typically wear between a medium and a large depending on the brand. These SGS’s are larges, and while I like the feel in the fingers, the palms have just a little too much extra material. I would go down to a medium pair, knowing that this soft leather is going to break in some.
These SGS gloves are equipped with a top grain leather chassis and a kangaroo leather palm with a Kevlar patch on the inside. The palm also features the Knox SPS sliders. SPS stands for Scaphoid Protection System. The scaphoid is a bone in the hand that is commonly injured when a rider’s gloves stick to the asphalt on contact. These little sliders help the gloves to glide across the asphalt, which also helps to keep you from tumbling. While we’re looking at the palm, you can also see the reinforced areas with Kevlar stitching, and the externally stitched finger assembly that makes the gloves really comfortable.
If you flip the SGS gloves over, you can see the articulated panel that promotes flexibility and ventilation, and also houses the TPU knuckle protection. Protection for the fingers comes in the way of these Superfabric covered pads. In addition to the flex area in the knuckles, ventilation also comes from light perforation in the fingers.