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Dainese 4 Stroke Gloves

This short summer glove has been designed for the most demanding motorcycle riders in terms of ergonomics and performance, but also features technical content and assertive design. The Dainese 4 Stroke features a high technical level, thanks to stainless steel composite inserts and TPR on the knuckles and back of hand. Pinky finger construction reinforced with internal inserts in TPR, Distortion Control, and a reinforced palm with palm slider. Remarkable ergonomics and comfort are also guaranteed for the 4 Stroke Gloves by the use of inserts in elasticated fabric, Microelastic elasticated inserts, a tightening strap, precurved fingers with perforation at the sides, and perforated palm and back.


  • 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 the little finger
  • Inserts in thermoplastic polyurethane on the palm of the hand and the cuff
  • Combination of cowhide leather and goatskin
  • Stone PU Spandex fabric
  • Reinforced palm
  • Tightening strap
  • Inserts in elasticated fabric
  • Elasticated inserts
  • Pre-curved fingers
  • Perforated leather
  • Perforated back, palm and inner side of finger
  • Soft inserts
  • Microplastic elasticated inserts (PCT Patent pending)
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Dainese 4 Stroke Gloves 4.7 5 151 151
Fits like a glove -- a badass glove My Alpine Star leather gloves fell apart after a couple years, so I upgraded. These were on sale for less than $150 and they have the "Palm Slider", which is clutch. *If* I go down, the heel of my hand is hitting the ground first and this protects me. At first the gloves were tight, but after about 10 times taking them on and off, they wore in and fit perfectly. Plus they look tough. I highly recommend them. September 3, 2014
very nice gloves great protection I am usually an XL in gloves but I needed a 2XL in the Rev-it line. I found that the 2XL is just big enough to allow a thin liner to be worn underneath in winter months. August 18, 2014
Great glove, ok fit This glove speaks for itself. It is a heavily armored glove that looks great. The glove breathes well for what it is, but it is leather hence the 3 rating for airflow. Just can't compare to mesh/textile gloves. My only problem with these is I tried the medium and the palm was too loose, which I found odd because I have "fat" and short hands. I went to the small which fits my palm perfectly, but the fingers were a tad short. I thought it would stretch out more and the finger length wouldn't be an issue, but they still press on my fingertips and cause some numbness. Not a fault of the glove, just don't fit my hands that well. Thankfully I haven't tested the protective capabilities. August 17, 2014
Good summer glove Very nice summer glove, has good air flow to keep your hand comfortable. I have very long fingers and the glove fits well. July 14, 2014
Excellent gloves perfect fit, light weight, comfortable and feel very secure. Only down side is air ventilation in hot summer days, not much airflow July 14, 2014
Sexy pair of gloves I was at the revzilla outlet in Philadelphia buying a full outfit and these gloves were brought to my attention. I don't think there could be a much better pair of gloves June 23, 2014
Awsome cruiser gloves They are well constructed and have several safety features except I would have thought the pinky finger would be secured to the third finger. I think the appearance is good. I would have preferred an entirely black-out version, but at least the marketing isn't as obnoxious as other gloves. Also, these gloves are really comfortable and I not as stiff as my other gloves. This may be because my other gloves are for racing which I just need a pair to simply cruise instead. I completely fell for them when I put them on. I do recommend trying them out. You will not be sorry if your riding style is cruising. June 9, 2014
nice street glove This is a great street glove. They're as nice of a non gauntlet glove as I've ever seen. These are my second pair of Dainese gloves and the quality and comfort are top notch. I think they run a little big, if you want a tight fit go down one size. I personally think the slightly large fit is perfect for a street glove. They seem to vent well, but I haven't ridden in the mid summer weather yet. The looks are very impressive as well. May 7, 2014
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Steven C: My third pair of Dainese gloves. Hope I like these as much as the two older pair that wore out after about 3.5 years each. Oct 10, 2014
Matthew T: hot weather in FL. good glove, good features. Dianese hasn't let me down yet Oct 7, 2014
Anthony M: It was on sale. Sep 22, 2014
Asad S: need to match the jackets i have. i have 3 dainese jackets. these were the nicest fitting sub-$200 gloves i tried Sep 7, 2014
Ryan K: I got these for my buddy to entice him to get a motorcycle. How that he has these he's got to. I also got them because they are beautiful. Dainese really does the most beautiful highly technical gloves. Jul 22, 2014
A s: Great fit, quality, function and protection. When it comes to my hands, i will not wear anything else but this glove. Its super comfortable on, very soft once broken in, i've had these for over 2 years now and they are still in prefect condition. These gloves will probably out last me. I need to add them in my will. Jun 28, 2014
Nelson S: Comfortable gloves for daily commute and track days. May 13, 2014
James W: needed a quality riding glove in non gauntlet size for summer riding May 9, 2014
Charles C: Own them now, but needed a XL. L is a little tight in the thumbs. They are fine for shorter rides, but doing a long trip and wanted a more comfortable fit. May 7, 2014
Steven W: The quality and protection of Dianese is unsurpassed by any other manufacturer and the price point was too good to pass up especially after redeeming my Revzilla points. Cheers! Apr 8, 2014
Alastair D: My son has a pair and he recommended them to me. Mar 24, 2014
David B: Very comfortable. When my hands get sweaty they are very hard to remove. I would buy again. Mar 10, 2014
Terrace B: I wanted a perforated leather glove with outstanding protection and this fit the bill. I love these gloves, you cant go wrong with them. Mar 10, 2014
Leo C: I chose this because of the product description and revzilla's recommendations of this glove. they all said to have loved this glove and that with dainese, they say you can't go wrong. i'm hoping all the positive reviews are correct.This will be my first serious bike glove and i will give a proper review once i receive it. Feb 26, 2014
Marc N: I choose these as my starting gloves, amazing work and confidence. Feb 24, 2014
Zachariah B: Dainese makes an awesome product. Knew that seconds after zipping up my race suit. These gloves looked aggresive and as soon as I put them on I knew it was a good buy. Stupid comfortable and great protection on the knuckle and heal of the hand. Break in took no time at all and no complaints when riding in the AZ summer heat. Feb 22, 2014
Arifin H: Wanted high end short gloves for the summer Feb 15, 2014
Ron S: Tried on similar glove at international motorcycle show and the fit and finish was fantastic. Feb 11, 2014
Craig T: after my lowside crash just wonted more protection & they look very cool I also know Dainese make great quality products. Feb 5, 2014
Eddie M: I wanted a good quality glove to go with my other Dainese gear. Feb 4, 2014
robert m: i looked at a lot of gloves,and the 4 stroke have some very good features,they will protect my hands while riding my bike.and they look awesome. Jan 29, 2014
Ebrahim A: Needed a summer glove with high standard safety features, I will give it a try since it has good review. Jan 26, 2014
Joshua K: Seemed like a good idea finally at 2am in the middle of winter in Montana! Jan 19, 2014
Stacey E: I was in the market for a less aggressive street glove with ventilation elements and Dainese products never disappoint. Dec 29, 2013
Dane B: These gloves feel of great quality. I have yet to break them in though I can tell once they are broken in like a baseball glove these things will feel like amazing. Dec 26, 2013
Richard S: Dainese makes high quality gear. Don't like cheap stuff that doesn't last. Dec 23, 2013
Daniela P: Great xmas gift for my son! Quick, easy and delivered to my home. Dec 5, 2013
Mark B: I had a par of alpinestars short gloves and only got one season out of them and I read a lot of good reviews on the four stroke gloves and thought I would give them a try. Dec 2, 2013
Charles C: On sale item. Nov 30, 2013
Eduardo P: Bang for the bucks! quality/price is excellent Nov 29, 2013
Chris L: I'm a very picky consumer, ive done alot of homework on what glove to buy for what purpose. I dont hit the track, YET, so after a ton of due diligence, review, and video watching, emails to current users etc... i found that the Dainese 4 Stroke is the perfect match of protection tech and street ridability. Dainese makes amazing quality gear that lasts a long time. and this was a glove CREATED for the street rider Nov 29, 2013
GreenThumbSD: Because these gloves offer the best protection. Nov 29, 2013
Paul M: I did a ton of reading and finally decided on these gloves. They were very tight at first and I was worried at first even though I bought xxl. But after a few rides they softened up allot and now they are literally perfect. I love them.... Nov 16, 2013
Daniel Felipe P: terrific. Very secure. I love tho gloves Nov 14, 2013
Tom S: Revzilla is a one stop shop for almost everything I need for my bike. Prices are comparable to other sites. Shipping is free even to military FPO/APO addresses. They will make attempts to price match items if you find them cheaper at other sites. Returns are relatively easy. No restocking fees. There are many videos available for product overviews. Friendly customer service. Great advice from knowledgable staff. They give you honest and practical "advice" based on the type of riding you do and don't just try to sell you on the most expensive stuff. They don't work on commission so there's no reason for them to do that anyway. Nov 11, 2013
DeAndre B: Looks Like They Could TakeA Beating If Need Be Oct 29, 2013
Giles C: I chose these glooves because the technical writeup looked like what I wanted and reviews were very positive. I will know if this was a good choice after I receive and use them. Oct 9, 2013
Aaron I: Because of your video review of the cut off gloves. Was going to get the ones on closeout, but decided I had to have the red accents, which unfortunately for me, wasn't on closeout! Oh well, great prices, and great reviews. Thanks!! Sep 13, 2013
Campbell M: For protection, the comfort of a short glove and because dianese is always sexy;-) Sep 6, 2013
Kenneth L: I heard good reviews about this item so I decided to order them. Can't wait to try them out! Aug 29, 2013
Hien T: I needed summer gloves with good dexterity. Great leather gloves and ventilation is fantastic even in 90 degree days! Aug 18, 2013
Thien D: Saw these pair of gloves at the store, and they look and feel awesome. Wanted to buy for a long time and finally saw them on sale at revzilla, so I had no choice but to buy. Aug 13, 2013
George P: After checking out the glove reviews for 2013 it seemed like the most protection for a short glove. Also it's on a closeout price. Can't go wrong. Aug 12, 2013
Thomas M: looking for a really protective short glove that doesnt break the bank. The subtle hi-viz accents will go along with my Scorpion EXO-1100 Sixty-Six Neon Helmet too. Aug 9, 2013
John S: They look great and provide top end track features for the street. Aug 8, 2013
John M: Dainese quality and style. Short cuff for street riding (motard) Aug 8, 2013
A shopper asked: I wear a Medium in AlpineStars Atlas and SP2 gloves, and I fine the palm sizing OK, but the finger length, especially, the pinky too short. Would you suggest a Medium or Large? Thanks. Jul 4, 2011
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CWard: I say go with the medium. I have the Alpinestar SMX-2 in large. I have wide knuckles so the extra large made more sense but the fingers were slightly longer. Once I "forced" my hand through the large size it eventually expanded well enough. Well, in the 4-Stroke, I decided on a large and was the same fit as the Alpinestar. The glove has expanded some, which makes a great fit.

I say go by how the glove feels once you completely get it on your hand, not just "getting it on".
Aug 7, 2011
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CorvusLaeus: Medium for sure. Fingers are long in the 4 strokes. Might even need to try on a small. I'm right in between sizes with the palm size of large, but the finger length of the medium. I'd go a bit smaller and let them stretch. Jul 25, 2012
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Pedro: I would go for the large. I had the same problem. I wear large in alpinestars but the fingers were too short in the L Dianese so I had to send them back for the XL Oct 3, 2011
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Fred T.: I would go with the medium for sure.
The pinky on the 4 stroke seems to have plenty of room.
Jul 6, 2011
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Alexscontrino: Small, I have medium alpine star small dainese Nov 22, 2011
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BigCharles: I suggest the same size. Medium! Jul 13, 2011
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Thang D asked: I've just received my Dainese 4 Stroke gloves in Large. I can probably fit the Medium-sized gloves for palm and wrist width, but tend to get gloves in Large. The fingers are too short on the Large which makes the knuckle portion sit too low. I would like to break them in and possible lengthen them via the cold water soak method and followed up with leather conditioner/protection.

After reading the included manufacturer's instruction pamphlet, it is recommended to wear gloves with some slack on the finger tips. At 3.5'' on my middle finger, X-Large gloves should fit well for length, but palm width and wrist circumference for the XL would be far too large.

How would XL gloves perform if the velcro does not hold the gloves on during crash? Would XL gloves be recommended for my second/backup pair of gloves?
Feb 14, 2014
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Leonard P: I also had the same problem. I first ordered the Large and found them just right around the palm / wrist, but my fingers were bottoming out.
I exchanged them for the XL and am happy with them. The fingers are now fine and they really do not noticeably larger in the palm & wrist.
Hope that helps.
Feb 18, 2014
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Thang D: Great timing, Leonard. I've just placed my order for an XL so that I would receive them by the 27th for my 1st-bike pickup.

I've been having buyer's remorse with the Large since it really feels like I have gloves on. I've slept with them on my hands and found myself ripping them off during my sleep. Hopefully, I'll have no trouble returning the gloves with the tags separated.... Feb 18, 2014
Thang D: After 1.5 weeks and 350 miles on my first bike, I am pleased with the XL gloves. The Large would have been far too small and uncomfortable for my long fingers. The wider, bulkier fingers of the XL gloves have not been a hinderance to my riding. Mar 12, 2014
David K: Hi Thang, I have not had a chance to ride we these gloves yet. When I received them the finger tips were about 1/4" long. I have had a pair of Scorpion gloves that have been discontinued and they fit so well. I use them here in Minnesota winters as my driving gloves in my cars. I have had the same pair for 3 or 4 years and use them year around.
I can not imagine wearing gloves on a motorcycle that the gloves extend past the finger tips (just as a safety factor).
Personally I would rather wear gloves that are tight and would eventually stretch than wear gloves that are to large and create a risk for safety for me.
I normally wear large gloves, but went with medium I hope I don't regret this decision this summer. I am excited to show off these Dainese gloves.

I hope this helps in your decision,


Feb 18, 2014
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Thang D: While driving my car with the XL gloves, they felt natural despite the wider fingers. The Large gloves worked fine with the steering wheel and 5-speed stick shift of the car, but the car also has greater room for movement and requires less fine movements and maneuvers of my individual fingers.

I believe the Large gloves may have been half an inch (.5'') too short for me to quickly operate my brake and clutch levers. The L gloves had half an inch of space between the fingers creating a web-like feel; worst case scenario, it will only extend 1/8 of an inch which is not nearly enough. The tightness of the Large coupled with the web-like feel between my fingers prevented me to swiftly and comfortably navigate my index and middle fingers around the brake levers during emergencies. Single and double-finger braking feels right with the XL gloves.

In the end, I am pleased to have gone up a size to the XL gloves.

Unfortunately, the XL gloves do not clasp well around my wrist, so hopefully, the pre-curved fingers will keep the gloves on during a mishap. In my opinion, I wholeheartedly believe that quick and accurate operation of throttle, clutch, and brake levers are of greater importance. Mar 12, 2014
Thang D: By the way, the knuckle protection on the back of the hand made it very difficult to clench my fist. Gripping tennis racquets was only slightly better. After the issue of the .5'' web between the fingers, this was my second greatest concern with the Large-sized gloves.

When the XL gloves were not broken in, the major knuckles were only slightly tight when gripping tennis racquets. After 1.5 weeks of break-in and 350 miles on the motorcycle (warm and cool weather), gripping a tennis racquet feels comfortable and without strain. Mar 12, 2014
Michael T: I just returned a pair of 4-strokes in XL because the fingers were too long (and I also measure 3.5" at middle finger). I normally where a large or XL and these fit well in the palm but fingers had an extra 1/2 inch on some of them.. definitely a no-go. After more research I decided to go with the Dainese Carbon Cover S-ST gloves (in large) which is probably the better choice. I'd look into these gloves instead as they're told to fit much better. Apr 8, 2014
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Leonard P: That is exactly the same experience I had. The Large felt ok at first, but felt too tight after a time. Great gloves, once you get the right size. Enjoy! Mar 12, 2014
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Chad P asked: I read all Q&As and learned that I based on the length of my middle finger (3.5 inches) I would want to go with a size XL. However, I measured the circumference of my knuckles and got 8.5 inches, which equates to a size M, according to RevZilla's sizing chart. I feel like the fingers would be short on a size M though. Should I go with the M, XL, or settle in between with a size L? For additional reference, I tried on a pair of the Carbon Cover ST gloves at a store and a size L seemed to fit well. Nov 11, 2013
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G. Kris P: Chad go with the xl size. If they don't fit send them back for a size up or down. These are great gloves in my opinion, but never settle for just ok on fit or quality when spending this much on gloves! Ride Focused, Frequent, Far, Fast.!!! Nov 11, 2013
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Andrew C: Chad, I have a pair of these gloves in the large size. By the sizing chart I should be in a medium. I was fortunate to find a local store with both the medium and large. The medium was too tight everywhere. When my hands are wrapped around the grips my fingers have just a tiny bit of space between the tips and the gloves.

It sounds like you have long fingers. I'd probably try the larges. Remember Revzilla has a great exchange policy if they don't fit. You may even buy the large and x-large and return the one that doesn't fit.

Hope this helps.
Nov 12, 2013
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Robert P: My middle finger is 3.5 inches but my knuckles are about 8.75 inches. I went with an XL but probably could have gotten away with a size L with a bit of break in. I had tried on some other Dainese gloves (don't remember which) and decided to go with the XL. If you tried on the L and liked it probably the way to go. Nov 11, 2013
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Cameron C: Go with the Large sizing. That way you will definitely know the size you need. Revzilla has an excellent exchange system and customer service. I have these gloves in L and love them. Nov 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can I know where is the glove made in ? Oct 4, 2013
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Andrew C: The pair I have are made in Vietnam. Oct 4, 2013
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Leonard P: Mine are made in Vietanm Oct 4, 2013
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Alex v: Vietnam Oct 8, 2013
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Robert P: Vietnam Oct 5, 2013
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A shopper asked: Can anyone tell me the middle finger lenght on a size XL? (tip of finger to top of palm)

Thank you
Oct 20, 2011
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This1guy: My middle finger is exactly 3 1/2 inches long and the glove fits perfectly. It barely touches the end and goes all the way down to the base. So if your finger is any longer I would get a bigger size. Jan 16, 2012
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Joel P: This glove measures 3-1/2" from the tip of the middle finger to its base where it meets the palm. Nov 4, 2011
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TheCheese: 3.5 ish. Hard to get exact. Aug 21, 2012
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RobT2K: It's 3.5 inches Feb 2, 2012
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A shopper asked: I have the Avro Leather jacket and I was wondering how the short cuff fits with the sleeve of a jacket like that. Will there be overlap, or is there space between the glove and jacket sleeve? I've only worn gauntlets in the past but I like the look of this glove. Aug 14, 2012
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RevZilla: Short cuff gloves are not meant to go over any type of leather jacket. There should not be any space between the glove and the jacket because the gloves still have a little bit of cuff length. Aug 15, 2012
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Mannie B: I have a Motorport Air Mesh Kevlar jacket, which has a pretty tight cuff. The 4 Strokes fit just enough inside the jacket cuff that both the jacket and glove remain comfortable. Jan 6, 2014
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BMW0013: I have the Alien jacket, and there is just enough cuff on the glove to go inside the jacket without a gap. May 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: I read reviews and looked at the sizing chart, then I measured and found that my middle finger is exactly 3.5 inches long (which would equate to a size XL according to prior answered questions) and my knuckle circumference is 8.5 inches (which would equate to a size M, according to the size chart). What size should I go with? For additional reference, I tried on a pair of the Carbon Cover ST at a store and a size L seemed to fit well. Thank you for any help! Nov 11, 2013
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anne r: I wear a men's medium in Alpinestars. I purchased these in a men's medium and was swimming in them. I ended up selling them on ebay. They run at least a size large, if not a size and a half. Dec 16, 2013
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Chad P: I goofed and asked this twice. Answers can be found under my other post! Thanks everyone! Nov 14, 2013
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Matthew L asked: I'm torn between the Four Stroke and the Druid S-ST, from the video (thanks for those btw) i get the impression the four stroke is more refined and comfortable and the druid has more features, so...ermmm..., is there a BIG/any difference in comfort? Oct 9, 2013
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DeAndre B: Well I've Never Had The Druids, But I Am Looking At Those For My Next Pair. But As Far As The 4 Stroke Goes, They Are Very Comfortable To Me.. Not Too Tight Or Loose N SometimeS I ForgeT Im Wearing Any Gloves At All.. I Love Them.. Hope This Helps.. Oct 10, 2013
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Ehab H: I have pair of 4 stroke ... it is comfortable for any type of riding except for long distance Oct 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: Finger length for a small dainese 4 stroke glove.(from tip of middle finger to top of palm) Jan 31, 2013
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RevZilla: The length of the middle finger on a Small 4-Stroke glove is approximately 3.25 inches. Feb 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: Please tell me the middle finger length on a size L? (fingertip to top of palm). Thanks! May 17, 2012
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RevZilla: The length of the middle finger on a size large is about 10.5 cm. May 21, 2012
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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
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black/Black / LG 727611 1815595-691-L Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / MD 727610 1815595-691-M Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / SM 727609 1815595-691-S Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / XL 727612 1815595-691-XL Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / XS 727608 1815595-691-XS Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / 2XL 727613 1815595-691-XXL Out of Stock