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Dainese 4 Stroke EVO Gloves
  • Dainese 4 Stroke EVO Gloves - Black/Black/Black
  • Dainese 4 Stroke EVO Gloves - White/White/Black
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Dainese 4 Stroke EVO Gloves


  • Composite inserts in preformed stainless steel and thermoplastic resin on the knuckles and back
  • Inserts in thermoplastic resin on the outside of the little finger
  • Inserts in thermoplastic resin at the joints of the fingers
  • Distortion Control on little finger
  • Inserts in thermoplastic polyurethane on the palm and the cuff
  • Gloves certified to CE - Cat. II - Pr-EN 13594/2010 Standard Level. 1

Ergonomics and Comfort:

  • Microelastic elasticated inserts
  • Elasticated inserts
  • Pre-curved fingers
  • Micro-injection reinforcement on palm
  • Tightening strap
  • Cowhide leather
  • Goatskin palm
  • High tenacity fabric
  • Reinforced palm
  • One single leather panel to the size of the hand
  • Perforation on inner side of fingers

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Dainese 4 Stroke EVO Gloves 4.8 5 55 55
Bomb Proof I have had these gloves for close to a year. I've ridden in almost every possible climate excluding snow being as I live in Florida and I don't think it's going to snow here anytime soon!!! Every time I ride my bike I use these glove and have racked up about 7500 miles of usage on them with no real signs of wear yet!!!!! May 21, 2015
Best pair of gloves I own! Over the years I ended up with a few pairs of gloves but non compare to these. All my old gloves are from very good brands but these Dainese gloves are made from thicker leather and the protection is way better. They feel like they would be very safe in a crash. Great feel on the controls even with the thicker leather. I went with the all black color, so they would work with a sport bike and cruiser. My friend has a pair of white gloves, they looked great the first year, but as time went on they started to look dirty. No matter how much cleaning and conditioning you do a white pair will look bad after a while. When the time comes to replace my full gauntlet gloves I will definitely go with a pair of Dainese gloves too. No wonder these are a product of the year from Revzilla. May 20, 2015
Great gloves, well worth the money. These gloves are fantastic, very well made, durable and stylish. I really like them. May 18, 2015
Excellent gloves These are my first Dianese gloves. Almost everything you would want in a motorcycle glove. Tons of protection and features. If I had to buy again I would choose the model that can cover the ends of my jacket sleves. These don't do a very good job at that which is a mistake on my part for picking this model. Great gloves. May 11, 2015
Incredible Quality I was right on the cusp between a small and medium, so I gambled and chose small, thinking they'd stretch a tad during "break-in". Wise choice on my part, for once! The quality of construction of these gloves is typical Dainese...second to none along with amazing Italian style. The various protective features give me confidence that in the event something goes bad, my hands are safe. Regarding fit, the first time I pulled them on I thought I'd made a mistake going with size small, but after about 6 rides they're now incredibly comfortable and they literally "fit like a glove". From now on Dainese will be my default glove of choice...the quality, the features, and fit blow away gloves I've worn previously. May 5, 2015
excellent gloves but.... I have the 4 stroke. So was excited to get my hands on these, and while I do love them I still find myself wearing my old 4 strokes.... very stylish gloves with great protection but could be better in my opinion. :p April 27, 2015
Amazing gloves, a must have! These are my first all-leather gloves, right out of the box it was a little difficult to fit as are slightly small. I wear size L from Icon and ordered the same size on these. Perhaps it will take a little while until the leather break in to fit more comfortable. The protection offered by these gloves is really good, you can feel how hard they are and that will give you a peace of mind. These gloves look amazing and aggressive. A must have! (I got the all black version) However, there are some cons on these gloves: 1. Airflow is really poor but the protection they offer is a very much important fact in case of an accident, right? 2. Depending on how the size of the gloves fits you, the knuckle protector will feel a little bulky and you will notice it while giving throttle on your bike. I will update a few days or weeks later to let you know about the airflow comfort. The first ride was yesterday at about 90º and it was barely OK. April 26, 2015
Amazing gloves, best I've seen or worn I'm picky with my gloves. As a fan of protecting my hands in the event of the unfortunate, good hand protection is absolutely necessary. These not only are super beefy for a short cuff glove, but they look fantastic to boot. The leather is ridiculously supple all over but on the palm side, whoa. You can interface with the bike much better than any other glove I've worn. Anthony isn't kidding when he gushes over them in his review. They're that good. The sizing is a bit on the larger side. I wear a Large in all Alpinestars but needed a Medium in these. I couldn't recommend them enough. Worth every penny. April 22, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Matt D: I chose this glove from watching the video, and reading the reviews. It also looks very stylish and love all the protection. Hopefully it fits well! May 9, 2015
Andrew H: It's all about protecting the digits. Great armor, the pinky dislocation protection on these gloves is outstanding (it's a common hand injury in motorcycle accidents and I don't want it to happen to me!), breatheable, good fit, though the glove bites into the webbing between my fingers a wee bit, only noticeable on long rides. Good ulnar protection too - nice to have something hard over the bones without a full gauntlet glove. Just long enough to do the trick! May 5, 2015
Jason R: i need my hands in good condition if something happens but these glove are worth it as you keep breaking them in Apr 27, 2015
Todd C: Has everything I wanted in race gloves Apr 27, 2015
chinnayya v: Seems to have great protection based on reviews along with comfort. And was featured in 2014 ZLA Apr 2, 2015
Jorge M: I've had these before...and love them. the fact I've bought them again, should tell you how good they are. Mar 28, 2015
Justin B: I needed a better pair of protective gloves than the $35 Icon Twenty Niner's I currently ride with, but ones that would breath well in the summer. Mar 20, 2015
rob c: great fit and feel. Mar 19, 2015
Sean S: good reviews Mar 16, 2015
Tom L: Best city gloves. Replacing previous 4 Stroke after 3 years of daily commute use. Mar 9, 2015
Betty M: protection Mar 8, 2015
Rafael D: Looking for a glove that is short cuff and have excellent protection features Feb 6, 2015
Enrique F: Broke my hand once already riding with cheap quality alpine star gloves, dainese is a lil more pricey but offers quality protection. Feb 2, 2015
Douglas E: Previous experience and complete satisfaction with Dainese products. Jan 27, 2015
Gabriel A: The rating on the Dainese 4 Stroke EVO Gloves was good and I need new glove so I thought I would try the Dainese gloves. Jan 15, 2015
Sean T: I wanted a pair of gloves that had some substantial protection/armor without being too bulky. Totally stoked on these, I commute daily and once they got worn in I don't notice the armour at all. Nov 21, 2014
GreenThumbSD: Best protection for summer gloves Oct 6, 2014
In-Sun K: I chose this item based on the general reviews and also because of the revzilla 2014 gloves guide. Sep 9, 2014
Silvestre C: Awesome looking gloves and outstanding protection factor! I love the fact the it is a full leather construction. Aug 20, 2014
Clifford M: I was looking for a replacement of current gloves, and wanted to try the Dainese brand due to its reputation. Aug 15, 2014
Marko B: awesome glove,saw'em in Chicago D-store,fell in love right away. Aug 14, 2014
Zachary C: Short cuff, lots of protection, great looking Aug 13, 2014
kurt p: Most technical short cuff glove available. Aug 5, 2014
Ryan K: I got the previous version of these for my buddy and they were awesome. So when it was time to upgrade I wanted a pair of my own. Jul 22, 2014
andre a: great protection features Jun 23, 2014
Eric S: Dianese always gives me good quality and I loved the design and color of these. I brought from Revzilla 'cause an EBay purchase got me cheap Chinese Dianese knock-offs the other day!


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Jun 11, 2014
Jared G: I'm done with buying cheap low quality gear after my Alpinestars "Thunder Gloves" deteriorated like the paper towel on the Bounty commercials. Jun 11, 2014
Kirsten R: Look awesome. Great review. Can't wait really. Jun 8, 2014
Benjamin G: Rossi! Jun 2, 2014
Mohendar C: Currently have a Dainese Jacket and like the quality. Jun 1, 2014
Kamran K: Love the look and the protection it offers. May 29, 2014
Mel T: I've always used Dianese Gloves as their fit and R&D into their products is supreme. Current short gloves are wearing out and these new 4 Stroke looks amazing. Goes great with my Ducati 848 Evo Course SE Red/White/Black. May 19, 2014
Alexander P: Been waiting forever, and the thumb fitment is great not too cramped May 17, 2014
L E: I looked at a lot of gloves, these looked like the best for the $$. Ask me after I get them. May 17, 2014
Henry S: Upgrading for a better protection. Apr 30, 2014
Punit M: After my noggin, my hands deserve the best protection money can buy. Dainese has a reputation for excellence and the video review from RevZilla was absolutely stellar. Apr 19, 2014
Justin L asked: i got the small size which was good on the last version of the 4 stroke. ive been wearing this at home for about a week and a half now and im still getting pressure from the top of the glove when making a fist. will it break in more or should i have ordered the medium?
the fingers fit perfect and im worried the medium might be too long. Any advice would be helpful thanks!
Aug 19, 2014
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kyle m: Hey Justin. I purchased these according to the size chart on RevZilla. They were uncomfortably tight when making a fist, until i rode in the rain a few times. Now the only thing that irritates me is the stitching in the ends of the fingertips. Other than that i love them. Ive had them for about three months now, and it has taken every bit of that time to break them in. So, water, and some quality leather conditoner and you should be good to go. Hope this helps. Aug 21, 2014
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Mike C: I had the same issue. Small fit perfectly, but the top got really tight when making a fist. I tried the medium and there was too much room in the finger tips and the top was just as tight. So I kept the small. I have had them for about a month. The top is still tight, but it doesn't cause my hand to go numb anymore. I think it's just the nature of the glove, not as much flex with the metal knuckles. Aug 21, 2014
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adil k: My answer I presume is a little too late.... However, my gloves have finally run in and feel better after 4 months now. I think if you use them on an everyday basis it should run in a little faster say 2 months to feel a real difference in comfort. I guess we just have to be a little more patient with these gloves :) Enjoy the gloves ! Jan 24, 2015
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Frank F: I tried both the L and XL. I thought the L was maybe a little too snug, but they've broken in a little since I've been riding with them. For me, I'd rather gloves be a little tight than too big, with extra material bunching in the palm and the fingers being too long. I'm happy I went with the smaller of the two sizes. Aug 21, 2014
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Timothy W: I had the same problem with the old 4 strokes these ones still to be a bit tighter in the top for me but they stretched out after a while (I've been using them 6 days a week for about 2 and a half months now). That being said they're not going to get a whole size larger, so trust your gut. Aug 21, 2014
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Curtis V: I had the same issue, because I have really wide palms. I'd strongly recommend taking them out and just riding in them, especially in hot weather. A little moisture (from inside or outside) can go a long way to help break in and stretch the leather to that just-right fit. Aug 21, 2014
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Ricardo A: Unfortunately, the pressure will always be there. To minimize it, I would recommend a bigger size. These gloves are so awesome, but getting an exact size will have you feeling that backhand protection. Aug 21, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are you able to use your touch screen devices while wearing this? Mar 29, 2015
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Frank F: I wish, but no. They are fantastic gloves. I had a pair of Kushitani GPR gloves for probably close to ten years that I never replaced because I found no equal. I ordered both the L and XL. The L was tight at first, but broke in well and fits almost like a second skin. Apr 2, 2015
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Keinosuke I: No, the gloves aren't designed for that in mind. My phone (Sony Z3) has a "Glove Mode" that allows the touchscreen to be used with all gloves. I sound like a phone salesperson, but I recommend the phone for that function and also waterproofness. Mar 30, 2015
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adil k: Very difficult....haveto take them off most of the time to use touch devices....At the most am able to turm on and off.

Mar 30, 2015
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kyle m: No. The 4 Stroke EVO dose not work with touch screen devices. Mar 29, 2015
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Theodore E: No, I have not been able to do that. Mar 29, 2015
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Punit M: Nope Mar 30, 2015
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Austin R asked: I have the Full Metal RS's right now and they serve as an awesome gauntlet for more hardcore racing, twisties, etc, but are a bit cumbersome when its during the summer months. I live in Maryland and it can get pretty hot and humid here, thus I am worried these will be too much like my full metal RS's and I would be more suited with something like the Dainese Air Hero Gloves that pass a bit more air?

I appreciate any information i can get, also, I dont want these to be too long for the current jacket I use which is the Super Speed Textile jacket. I want to make sure they are short enough for the jacket to have room air to come up the sleeve and such. (this goes for the air hero as well)

Thanks so much!
May 4, 2015
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Frank F: I got these last fall, so I haven't experienced any summer heat in them yet, but they do have some perforation that flows air.
They don't seal up the ends of my jacket sleeves, unless I'm wearing a sweat jacket under my leather.
On the size chart I was between the L and XL. I went with the L, which broke in well after wearing them for a while.
May 5, 2015
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julian r: these will be exactly the same in terms of airflow i would recommend going with something else if you want ajr flow. I have the super speed leather jacket and wear th em on the inside and zip the jacket over and that regulates some air flow hope this helps May 5, 2015
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kyle m: Hi Austin. These gloves have limited perforation with no vents, and do not flow much air. They are however, about as short as you could possibly go , and expect any sort of protection for your wrist. Hope this helps some. Happy riding. May 5, 2015
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Theodore E: I've had no issues with mine, although I haven't ridden in them in very hot weather. Given the return policy, you 're probably fine to get them and try them out. May 5, 2015
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A shopper asked: I wear a size large in Alpinestars gloves. Is sizing between Dianese and a-stars different enough that I'd want to go medium in this glove? The stars glove broke in to fit my hand perfectly. Jan 31, 2015
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Keinosuke I: I'm also a medium in Alpinestars and a size 8 in Held. Medium fits me pretty well. It's very slightly looser all around, but it's not enough to make me wish I had gotten a size smaller. There are seams inside the fingers so you don't want them too tight either. Also, the extra room makes it easy to take off when your hands are sweaty on a hot day. Feb 5, 2015
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julian r: i wear size XL in Astars GP pro glove and that is the only Astars glove i have ever worn. I would get the medium. i was also hesitant about ordering a size smaller but their return policy is great so don't sweat it. Feb 4, 2015
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Ricardo A: These stroke gloves have a super strong and bulky protective cover for the backhand. If you get exact size you normally wear, you will be feeling the bulky protective cover the whole time you're wearing the gloves and it will be uncomfortable. I recommend getting a couple of sizes bigger for it to be comfortable. The gloves do eventually break in just a little bit, but not enough to avoid feeling uncomfortable if you get the exact size, They are excellent gloves to have. Feb 4, 2015
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Kamran K asked: I am exactly 8.5 inches in size across the hand, based on the size chart, I should be buying a Medium, but I am still thinking that it might be small. Any help with fitting? May 29, 2014
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Robert H: I have a 9.5 inch hand and went with the XL. They fit very well both in the fingers and hand area. My longest finger, middle of course :), is 3.5 inches and there is still about another 1/4" left at the tip of each finger. My thumb is almost a perfect match for the space provided. My only complaint with the glove is the metal back plate. Out of the box it restricts my hands ability to grip the throttle. If I bought them for track use or crazy street driving I would spend the time to break them in. Since I am only planning on touring/daily driving they are a bit much so I am still looking. May 29, 2014
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Kamran K: Thank you for the quick responses. I am planning to use them for daily riding and adventure touring, so I am hoping that the metal back plate is not an issue. I ended up ordering M for my 8.5 hand, assuming that the gloves are going to break-in about 10%. I am waiting for delivery, which is expected Monday evening. Will leave my review about them as soon as I have a feel for them. May 31, 2014
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Ahmad D: I measured exactly 9.0 inches and the size chart suggests L. I opted for the XL (9.5 inches) and it was good for me, but I think I just have pudgy hands. The gloves were hard to put on, but there are my first motorcycle gloves and I just might not be used to putting them on yet. May 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is there any pictures of the other colors?> May 25, 2014
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Will M: I recently purchased a pair that was black. They are wicked yet will take a week or two to fully break-in. I'll see if I can upload a picture of the black gloves when I get home. Happy hunting bro! May 25, 2014
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Ahmad D: I uploaded a picture of the all black version today on my review. May 30, 2014
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chris s: I dont see any but the red black white is the best anyways :P May 25, 2014
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A shopper asked: My hand is 8.25 inches, exactly between sizes. I bought the medium but am wondering if i should go for a small. My ring finger and pinky have sizeable gaps at the end of the fingers, but the rest of my hand seems to fill it out nicely. Any notes on sizing? Jul 17, 2014
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Christopher N: I went for the small size. They fit well all around while holding the grips. There is a little pressure from the protector on top of the glove when making a fist. Super high quality and holding up well. Jul 19, 2014
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Raul Alfredo M: I hope you bought the small, I buy medium and it was a bad idea. There was too much space between the fingers and the glove, now I think I want to return them. Feb 15, 2015
Carlos F asked: How do these gloves (or the Carbon Cover S-ST gloves) compare to the Scorpion SGS gloves?

I know one (obvious) difference is the 4 Stroke gloves are CE rated while the SGS gloves are not. I'm not sure if this is essential for street/highway riding though.
Mar 5, 2014
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Chris L: get these gloves... believe me ive taken a spill in last years 4 strokes. and they didnt break a sweat. and you dont want to mess up your harnds... Mar 15, 2014
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Timothy W: I second that, I'll take scrapes and bruises anywhere else, your hands are way too important to cheep out on. Aug 21, 2014
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Kevin R asked: I measure at 8 inches which puts me at a small, but I have long fingers. From knuckle to tip, my index is 3.125", middle is 3.5", and ring is 3.25", etc. I tried the Carbon Cover ST in a small before and while they fit nice in the palm and knuckles, the fingers felt way too short for my liking. I have Scorpion gloves that are a size large. Any recommendations on size? Apr 20, 2015
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Bruce C: Kevin,

I measure 8.5" at the palm, and my middle and ring fingers are both 3". I originally bought a large in a 4 Stroke EVO, but in retrospect a medium may have been a better choice. The large does fit my finger length well, but the wrist area is quite loose. Your might do well to call the toll free number at Revzilla and speak to a Gear Geek for further clarification. They are very helpful, and have been able to help me resolve sizing issues I have had.

I hope this helps your decision process.

Apr 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: Are the sizing for the evo the same as normal 4 strokes? May 18, 2014
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adil k: Yes May 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: What is the difference in these vs the regular 4 strokes? Apr 6, 2015
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We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements. Dainese sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chest: Measure from under/top of armpit across chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone
  • Gloves: Using a flexible measuring tape, measure around your hand, behind the knuckles, not including the thumb.

Dainese Glove Sizing



XS 7.5 6
SM 8 6.5
MD 8.5 7
LG 9 7.5
XL 9.5
2XL 10
3XL 10.5

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Dainese Size Chart
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Black/Black/Black / MD 944459 1815676-691-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black/Black / SM 944458 1815676-691-S Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / XL 944461 1815676-691-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black/Black / XS 944457 1815676-691-XS In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black/Black / 2XL 944462 1815676-691-XXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black/Black / 3XL 944463 1815676-691-XXXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/White/Black / LG 944453 1815676-F21-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/White/Black / MD 944452 1815676-F21-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/White/Black / SM 944451 1815676-F21-S In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/White/Black / XL 944454 1815676-F21-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/White/Black / XS 944450 1815676-F21-XS In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/White/Black / 2XL 944455 1815676-F21-XXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/White/Black / 3XL 944456 1815676-F21-XXXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red/Black / LG 944467 1815676-878-L In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red/Black / MD 944466 1815676-878-M In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red/Black / SM 944465 1815676-878-S In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red/Black / XL 944468 1815676-878-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red/Black / XS 944464 1815676-878-XS In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red/Black / 2XL 944469 1815676-878-XXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
White/Red/Black / 3XL 944470 1815676-878-XXXL Available: Available to order from Italy, expect 2-3 weeks transit time prior to shipment from RevZilla