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Dainese Druids ST Gloves

The Dainese Druids ST combines comfort and a lightweight design into a highly protective, yet sporty, glove. Built with a single panel of leather that wraps the side of the hand for greater resistance to abrasion, the Druids ST is  covered in leather on the back and goatskin on the palms. Equipped with carbon inserts on the knuckles, the back, and the base of the fingers, a reinforced palm with a TPR insert and a single panel of leather at the side of the hand, this glove also has elasticated inserts and innovative Microelastic inserts that ensure excellent movement of the hand, even when pushed to the limit.

Protection:

  • Composite inserts in carbon fiber on the knuckles, back and joints of the fingers
  • Polyurethane insert on the palm
  • Distortion Control on little finger
  • Certified as PPE to EN 13594 Standard cat. II level 1

Main Materials:

  • Kevlar® fiber stitching
  • Cowhide leather
  • Palm in goatskin
  • Amica Suede leather reinforcement between thumb and index on the left hand
  • Digital Suede leather reinforcement between thumb and index and fingertips of index and middle finger of right hand
  • One single leather panel to the size of the hand

Ergonomics and Comfort:

  • Pre-curved fingers
  • Adjustable cuff strap
  • Tightening strap
  • Elasticated inserts
  • Micro-injection reinforcement on palm
  • Microelastic elasticated inserts
  • Perforation on inner side of fingers

Other Features:

  • Soft inserts
  • Cover on the tightening strap
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Dainese Druids ST Gloves 4.6 5 18 18
Great Gloves! The first few rides you'll feel the stifness at the seams on the tip of your fingers, at the "tickler", and at the joint areas. With all things leather, it'll feel way better once broken in. I've been wearing it each time I ride (6 plus hours a week) and all the stifness in the glove went away. It doesn't ventilate too well but again it's not a summer glove. It's a great glove and I would buy again. July 14, 2014
One Funky Seam, But Still Great I already owned a pair of AGV GPR's (which I love) when I got these. I needed a pair of gauntlets for the track and having converted to the Druid S-ST, I couldn't go back to the GPR's. These are every bit as good as the S-ST's with the exception of one funky seam in the tip of one of the pinky fingers. I don't know if it's a really hard/thick thread or has a plastic coating, but it was stabbing me under my finger nail. It hurt like .... so I finally got sick of it and turned it inside out and filed it soft. After that, no complaints. July 9, 2014
Pretty cool gloves My only issues with the gloves are how long the dam finger tips are. I wear an XL in alpine star and the XL On these gloves were gigantic. Went down to a Large and i still have so much space left to fill in the fingertips. I find myself having to pull the gloves up everytime i ride. I'm returning them for mediums hopefully they will fit a little better. If you are buying these gloves you might have to go a size or two down. June 20, 2014
Great gloves These gloves are a good bang for the buck considering they're from Dainese. Like all gauntlets they fit slightly larger so consider getting a size down. Great design, high quality, perfect stitching and great fit. May 22, 2014
Feeling protected This is my first pair of cycle gloves, and I love the choice I made here with these. I definitely feel protected. They wear in pretty nicely, but I feel like the wrist area is a bit small so getting the gloves on and off can be annoying but worth the protection I suppose since they won't come flying off in a crash. Not sure what I was expecting, but these are made in Taiwan. Which isn't necessarily a bad thing, but there are like one or two areas where the panels have excess fabric where it's sewn together, so a bit of the white padding is sticking out. By no means a deal breaker, and hardly noticeable. Probably better to have excess fabric where the stitching is instead of not enough. Carbon fiber plate is really cool too. May 12, 2014
Good, but some minor issues Have had these gloves for a few months, sufficiently broken in at this stage and with the usual clean and conditioning treatment of the leather periodically. With sizing, size S broken in would be larger compared to a broken in Alpinestars GP Pro S. I would buy XS instead if given the chance. Pinky is somewhat long. It has a fair bit of wiggle room when not in a closed-fist position. This is more of an expectation before buying, but the internal threading can get annoying when it touches the tips of your fingers constantly. Nevertheless it is safer than external. The suede reinforcement that runs up to the thumb is not the greatest quality - mine has slowly given way, now revealing a hole (see photo). The leather is behind it though so not all is lost, however it bunches up a lot and is an eyesore. Leather reinforcement would have been ideal here instead, like they changed in the 4-stroke EVO glove update for this year. Understandably, the white leather on the palm (depending which colour you bought) will become tainted from the grips. After a couple of regular cleans, the dye has begun to come off leaving a flaky look. I don't use abrasive cloths when cleaning either. Same happened on the tip of one of the fingers, less noticeable since it was black however (see photo). I'd like to think these gloves are structurally sound. Most of the negative points I've come across are generally cosmetic. As they are, no seams are coming apart and nothing is falling off. I still wear these daily, but I was hoping for a little more quality from Dainese overall. April 30, 2014
Excellent gauntlet gloves! My hand size falls in-between sizes and opted to order the size down since I was able to try on a fellow rider's Dainese gloves (same size I wanted to initially order) and it felt somewhat more loose than I would like to wear. Initially, the Druid ST were tight but have since felt like second skin, breathes well at speed and allowed "easier" hand control manipulation with the rubberized areas on the palm of the hand (nice touch Dainese!). I'm not a fan of the wrist closure but it is easy to use with gloves on. Single velcro closure at the base of the gauntlet, also cinch to close. Hard armor positioned perfectly on my hand and the knuckle armor area "relaxed" after some use. IMHO, glove felt broken in the day I received and wore them on around the house, they stretched just enough so that now they are perfectly snug fit. Highly recommend these if you're looking for a Dainese gloves. April 14, 2014
Awesome Gloves Though expensive, these gloves are stylish and offer great protection. March 19, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Anthony J: These gloves fit great and look great. I bought them to go with my laguna evo jacket. However, the gloves that properly fit my hands wouldn't fit over the jacket's cuff around my wrist. I would recommend going an extra size up if you want to wear them with a thicker jacket. If not the shorty gloves (druids s-st) will do the trick. Awesome gloves over all and will most certainly be buying the Druids s-st gloves. Aug 12, 2014
Seth D: I needed a good glove that I could trust not to fall apart on me, and I have owned other dainese gloves in the past. These are much beefier, but they lack a little feel. I don't know if I love them, but they are a fair price for the protection they offer. Aug 7, 2014
Jason D: Larger cuff overlaps jacket sleeve cuff enough for good wind protection. Jun 1, 2014
C/O Dee Johnson Apt 1: Very great quality gloves, sizing chart was on the spot and I am very happy with the snug fitting. Apr 3, 2014
Michael D: Tried on a pair of 4 Stroke gloves locally and loved the fit and feel, have been looking to try out Dainese products and these have most of the technicality I am looking for without spending into the next bracket from Dainese. Mar 26, 2014
Ulric S: Brand reputation, features, full gauntlet. Feb 17, 2014
Jonathan L: To match my crono suit. Dainese style. Feb 16, 2014
Rebecca P: Christmas gift for son-in-law Dec 2, 2013
Noah W: Was looking for a good gauntlet to go with my leathers, although I really liked the Full Metal RS, I didn't have $350 to spend on gloves at the moment. Maybe later on in the future. Nov 21, 2013
Michael C: Track days Nov 9, 2013
Hugo G: These seemed to provide the best protection available, without adding steel plates as the next model up in the Dainese line (which many reviewers said were noticeable and uncomfortable) so they seemed like the perfect balance of protection and comfort. Nov 6, 2013
Anthony G: Dainese reputation for excellence; well-presented video information by Anthony. Sep 16, 2013
Bryan H: I bought these mainly for the amount of protection they provide, looks, and Dainese quality. Only have a few hours of wearing them and they definitely feel like theyd do their job should i go down. A couple small complaints with them though. The little buckle for the wrist strap digs into you a little. Main thing for me though is the pinkie fingers odd sizing. (though most of its oddness probably has to do with the TPU and precurve im just not used to. Sep 16, 2013
ryan lawrence a: protection, quality/engineering, price, dexterity, fascination with druids. Aug 21, 2013
Ronald B asked: Do these work in cold weather too? I'm looking for a dual purpose street and track glove that offers awesome protection. I would figure if its good for racing, its even better for street!

Also, does this work in mildly cold weather? 50-60 deg?
Nov 3, 2014
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Jeff C: I did order a pair of these from Revzilla and it was my impression that these would just fine in "mildly cold weather" but I wouldn't be on any temperature less than 50 or so. I can't tell you from experience though because I never left the garage with them on. The plastic slide on the palm interfered so much with my grip on the standards that I own that I could see a safety issue before ever setting out. I tried a few other top of the line Dainese gloves as well but anything with that slider didn't work for me. I wish they would sell these gloves without it. Otherwise, they seemed to be of good quality and looked great.

Jeff Combs
SV650, FZ1, CRF250X
Nov 4, 2014
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Jeff N: I used these gloves in Utah, everyday through summer and fall, and for limited riding in winter (weather permitting). Do they work for cold? Cold, <50F, not so much. They are perforated and flow a bit of air (very noticeable when temperatures drop). Closer to 60F would likely be okay. Nov 3, 2014
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Erik S: I've worn mine while commuting in temperatures to the mid 50s with a silk glove liner without too much issue. The ventilation on these is just a few holes punched between the fingers so they're not going to pass through a lot of wind to chill your hands. Nov 3, 2014
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Hassan C: Yes they are definitely Awesome Gloves, I even used them in hotter weather few times. Temperature was over 45 degrees C. It will serve you amazingly on both racing and street. Enjoy them and I recommend them highly. Happy riding. Nov 3, 2014
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Hassan C: Yes they are definitely Awesome Gloves, I even used them in hotter weather few times. Temperature was over 45 degrees C. It will serve you amazingly on both racing and street. Enjoy them and I recommend them highly. Happy riding. Nov 3, 2014
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Jose Roman R: They should work well in those temps. These gloves are a bit of the "closed" type, which means in a hot summer day you can feel the heat inside your hands, so I avoid using them in the hot summer days.
Nov 4, 2014
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Steve M: These are not cold weather gloves, so I wear a thin liner I bought at REI that seems to help keep the hands warm without taking up too much space inside the gloves. These are great gloves! Nov 3, 2014
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Daniel L: They worked great for colder weater vs the short cut ones. They kept the wind draft from going up my sleeves, but i always wore a cold out, tshirt,sweater, then my leathers Nov 3, 2014
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Dennis E: They do good in 50-60º weather, anything lower that that I'd go with a cold weather pair. Nov 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do these gloves have the 3rd to 4th finger bridge? Dec 2, 2013
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Timothy Clark c: No, they don't have any material which connects the two above the knuckle. They do, however, have Dainese's "Distortion Control" piece, which is essentially a plastic guard that sits on the knuckle of the left pinky. This is supposed to stop the small finger from distorting too much in a crash, similar to the finger bridge that other manufacturers use. Dec 3, 2013
KEVIN K: No these gloves don't have a bridge between the 3rd and 4th fingers. It only has a heavy duty distortion control piece on the pinky. The length of the fingers are longer than alpinestars gloves, so the smalls in dainese feel like mediums in alpinestar's. Dec 9, 2013
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Valerio F: Mine don't and I prefer it like that for street riding, because I might use all or just a few fingers at different times. You can always use tape to connect the pinky and third finger at the track. Dec 3, 2013
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Noah W: No they don't have a finger bridge, is that what you were looking for? If so I know a lot in the astar line have the bridge or Held as well. Dec 2, 2013
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Matthew M: These gloves do not have a bridge between the ring and pinky finger Dec 2, 2013
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David H: Yes they do have the bridge and are quite comfortable. Dec 2, 2013
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Sharon C: Bridged as connected? No Dec 3, 2013
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Stanislas N: No they do not. Dec 2, 2013
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Christopher M asked: Considering getting this glove, I wear a large in icon gloves and that fits perfectly. Snug with just a little (1/8 of an inch maybe) extra length so when I close my fist it fits perfectly without putting pressure on my fingers. Can you recommend a size in these based on this? I heard that these run larger than A stars but since I have never tried a pair of A stars that particular sizing reference doesn't help me much :( Sep 12, 2014
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Ryan M: I can't speak for the Alpinestars as I have never personally tried them on. I do however love the Druid ST's. Would buy another pair any day. I have never worn a better pair of gloves in my life. They fit me very well, I have the small which are more like medium adult hands. The full gauntlet is a little loose which gives it a nice feel, but some people may like a snugger fit. I like this because they are easy to put on and take off. The fingers can get a little tight but they do break in somewhat over time. They are very great for the sensation you get with the throttle and clutch controls. Sep 12, 2014
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Anthony G: hi Christopher, I won't be much help with comparing the Dainese STs to the gloves you've owned, since I've only owned Daineses. I highly recommend these gloves because they not only fit nicely, but they don't impede while I roll on and off the throttle, or with any of the switches or buttons. They offer superior protection without being bulky. The best advice I can give you is to talk directly to the sales reps. I've been happy with every one of their recommendations; plus, if you're not happy you can return the product!!!!
-Anthony, Waco, Texas
Sep 12, 2014
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Valerio F: Well the best would be to try a pair of dainese's on at your local cycle gear, then order from revzilla that's what I did for size, btw these gloves are probably the sickest gloves I have ever worn Sep 12, 2014
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Steve M: Hey Chris. These gloves are great, but they did run a little big. Takes a little time to break them in, but once you do you'll totally appreciate them. Enjoy & ride safe! Sep 12, 2014
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Ronald B asked: I'm debating between this and the Astars GP Pro... I want to use this for street and some track. Mainly street. Is this over kill for street? It's my first bike and I'm looking for good protection. I figure if its good for the track, it'll be more protective for street riding.

Also, I want to ride more into the winter season, I'm in CA so it gets cold, but doesn't snow. Is it bad to get this glove wet from rain casue of the leather? Does this work for cold weather?

Or... should I be looking for race/track/summer glove and also get another pair for colder weather? I feel like the waterproof/winter gloves aren't as beefy enough as the track ones.

Thanks in advance guys!
Nov 2, 2014
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Michael M: Definitely not over kill. I had the model down from these without the plastic palm protection and went down during a trackday at TWS around highway speed. Needless to say the gloves didn't hold up and I ended up with some tore up hands. Decided to go with something that had more protection in the palms. Haven't crash tested these, but I think they would hold better sure to the plastic palm protection. Nov 4, 2014
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Christopher J: My motto is, there is no overkill when it comes to protection. In the case you do fall on your hands, I'd rather it be on the highest quality gloves i can afford.

I ride to work everyday in Michigan. Near 40 degrees your hands feel cold with these gloves, hand warmers may be necessary. Today at 53 degrees they were definitely warm enough.
Nov 4, 2014
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Jonathan L: Great gloves for both street and track. Has a rubber piece in the palm that grips the throttle well for precise throttle control. I highly recommend. Nov 4, 2014
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SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

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

Size

Mens
(in)

Womens
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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.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black/Black / LG 852995 1815630-691-L Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / MD 852994 1815630-691-M Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / SM 852993 1815630-691-S Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / XL 852996 1815630-691-XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/Black/Black / XS 852992 1815630-691-XS Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / 2XL 852997 1815630-691-XXL Available: Requires 3-5 business days processing time prior to shipment.
Black/Lava Red/White / LG 853007 1815630-A77-L Out of Stock
Black/Lava Red/White / MD 853006 1815630-A77-M Out of Stock
Black/Lava Red/White / SM 853005 1815630-A77-S Out of Stock
Black/Lava Red/White / XL 853008 1815630-A77-XL Out of Stock
Black/Lava Red/White / XS 853004 1815630-A77-XS Out of Stock
Black/Lava Red/White / 2XL 853009 1815630-A77-XXL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black/White/Anthracite / LG 853013 1815630-F13-L Out of Stock
Black/White/Anthracite / MD 853012 1815630-F13-M Out of Stock
Black/White/Anthracite / SM 853011 1815630-F13-S Out of Stock
Black/White/Anthracite / XL 853014 1815630-F13-XL Out of Stock
Black/White/Anthracite / XS 853010 1815630-F13-XS Out of Stock
Black/White/Anthracite / 2XL 853015 1815630-F13-XXL Out of Stock
Black/White/Lava Red / LG 853001 1815630-A66-L Out of Stock
Black/White/Lava Red / MD 853000 1815630-A66-M Out of Stock
Black/White/Lava Red / SM 852999 1815630-A66-S Out of Stock
Black/White/Lava Red / XL 853002 1815630-A66-XL Out of Stock
Black/White/Lava Red / XS 852998 1815630-A66-XS Out of Stock
Black/White/Lava Red / 2XL 853003 1815630-A66-XXL Out of Stock