by Jeremy Hammer 0

ellaspede road glove

The Ellaspede Road Glove isn’t like any other glove, which is exactly why it was made – there wasn’t a glove on the market that satisfied the crew of the Queensland-based establishment.

Ellaspede wanted an epic glove that equally balanced style and function, and following 18 months of development and over 10,000 kilometres of use, the finished product was finally released in 2017.

Its supple cowhide leather outer construction provides high levels of comfort, abrasion resistance and breathability. The high durability leather shell is reinforced with double layers on the palm and landing zones for extra protection, while accordion leather flex panels on the fingers also promote excellent riding flexibility.

SuperFabric material combines armour technology with award-winning textiles for a super tough yet highly flexible palm slider panel, right where you need it. Its unrivalled for abrasion and slash resistance on the most common contact area in a motorcycle crash.

ellaspede road glove

Poron XRD Extreme Impact Protection material is a breakthrough technology that absorbs up to 90 percent of energy at high impact rates – it’s easily the most impressive knuckle protection for function and form.

Temperature control for all-seasons comes thanks to a complete COOLMAX internal lining – thin enough for excellent grip feel, the moisture wicking inner liner is incredible for comfort and dryness with permanent anti-bacterial properties.

Boasting already superior features in construction, comfort and protection, the Ellaspede Road Glove has been finished off with a Cash Stash Pocket and Phone Touch Fingertips – perfect for navigation and social media updates on the go.

Available in sizes Small through to 2X-Large, the glove can be purchased in either Black or Brown colour options via the Ellaspede online store.

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