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Dainese Full Metal Pro Gloves - 2011 Model

All the technology and experience acquired by Dainese on the motorcycle racetrack with suggestions from the world’s best racers has been incorporated into the development of this racing glove with the highest safety levels and long-lasting riding comfort.

The Dainese Full Metal Pro Gloves are constructed using the strongest and most sophisticated materials like titanium, carbon fiber, Kevlar yarn for the maximum resistance to abrasion and impact absorption, the technical solutions proposed are the result of extensive ergonomic research on the areas of the hand subject to greatest risk during fall.

As of 2013 these gloves have been replaced by the Dainese Full Metal RS Gloves, a similar version of the glove which includes CE approval.


  • Composite inserts in carbon and titanium on the knuckles and back
  • Polyurethane insert on the palm
  • Distortion Control on little finger
  • Thermoplastic resin in inserts on outside of little finger Abrasion and tear resistance

Abrasion And Tear Resistance

  • Kevlar jersey
  • Kevlar fiber stitching
  • Cowhide leather
  • Leather palm reinforcement
  • Micro-injection reinforcement


  • Adjustable cuff strap
  • Tightening strap
  • Elasticated inserts on the back of the hand
  • Pre-curved finger

Temperature Regulation

  • Perforation on inner side of finger

Other Features

  • Soft inserts
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Dainese Full Metal Pro Gloves 4.4 5 53 53
AWESOMEEEEE In the beginning i hated them ! after 3 or 4 rides of breaking them in they were amazing. Fitment id say is true to size im a size L in Alpinestars and a L in the full metal pros fit me perfect. I CRASH TESTED THESE! unfortunately i totaled my 2008 cbr 600rr in a high speed (100mph) low side. Walked out with a bruised hip and foot. Thank god. my hands were absolutely fine besides a little tender that wore off after a day. best gloves ive owned. Dainese all day!! Santa Monica leather race jacket held me down as well as norex dainese pants! December 20, 2014
Great glove Great glove. Fits well. I have not had to put them to the test but have the confidence that they will protect when and were needed. The only issue I have with them is after normal wear and tear the decorative stitching has come undone a little. It hasn't affected anything about the gloves. October 24, 2014
Dainese Full Metal Pro Glove Very nice gloves. The sizing is spot on to the chart. I have (what I thought) large hands and was going to order XL or XXL until I looked at the chart. I went with a Large, and they fit perfect. Look like they will be very protective in the event of a crash. Only downside is the quality in the stitching seems a bit cheap - not sure how long they will hold up under normal use. September 1, 2014
Killer for going hard&fast i have used these for 3 months and stiching is loose but nothing major. ill have them re stitched velcrow to leather in another 2 months.. May 26, 2014
Dainese Full Metal Pro Gloves great gloves, very comfortable. extremely lightweight. May 20, 2014
Great Protection, Not Terribly Comfortable Got the (unfortunate) chance to test these in a spill just a couple weeks after purchase in a 30mph lowside, and they worked very well. Very minimal damage and kept my hands in tact; the materials are extremely durable! I can see why they would be so highly endorsed by pro riders. However, I really dislike how uncomfortable they are. The inside of the glove is rough and unfinished. Coupled with the fact that there is not enough stretch in the knuckles, these gloves forcibly press the tough bits of leather overstitching on the inside of the gloves right into your fingertips when you bend your fingers. The toughness of the leather, while highly protective, also means it is extremely hard to bend your fingers, and I found I was getting a lot of hand fatigue pretty early into my rides. It is also difficult to get meaty hands in through the wrist opening. They always say to dress for the slide, and in that case they did their job well. Just wish the manufacturer had put a bit more thought into comfort aspects for the price... April 28, 2014
Top of the line, as expected from Dainese These are moto GP gloves used by Valentino Rossi without his team colors. If they protect the doc they will protect you. Excellent craftsmanship, top materials (carbon fiber, kevlar, titanium and premium lether). Take only a few hours to break in, and vent very good. Not recommended for very cold weather, they will not keep you warm. Bought them at a close out, get them while you can. January 27, 2014
Brilliant Race Quality Gloves From Dianese As the break in period began I was struck by the tactical placement of the "Racing Glove" areas of protection and features. Now, nearly one month later the gloves have begun a perfect molding to my hands and are absolutely brilliant in everyway imaginable. if you desire a flawlessly designed-wonderfully packaged set of gloves, logon to Revzilla and purchase the gloves. You won't be disappointed... December 29, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
R M: Company reputation, good reviews, great design and looks. Nov 3, 2014
Rodrigo I: $100 off high quality gloves in my size, how could I not get these?
Most reviews are positive for this glove too.
Hope they're as good as the reviews say.
Oct 28, 2014
Charles B: "I'm a military member stationed in Europe and require a top rated boot to handle the high-speed autobahn and twisty European country roads." Apr 9, 2014
Manuel D: These gloves have an awesome look to them and seem offer great protection. With a lower price than anywhere else it was a no brainer! Mar 26, 2014
Lee B: 1st bike, needed gloves. Seemed like the best for the price. Ill find out when they show up.

The gloves have been great.
Mar 15, 2014
Eric C: Better protection. Feb 10, 2014
Steve T: My Held Agadir gloves began to unstitch themselves so I needed replacements (Thanks Rev-Z!) These looked great and were at Closeout price so I went for it. I debated between these and the new Druids..Went for my gut feeling! Will let you know how they work out.

Go 46
Dec 28, 2013
daniel s: Needed a second pair at the track. These are very durable and fit perfect Dec 18, 2013
Sawami P: Good value Dec 18, 2013
A shopper asked: I currently have a pair of Alpinestars SMX2 - Air Carbons in size XL. They fit relatively well in the palm, but the fingers are quite a bit to long.

What size would be best for the Full Metal Pro's? Large or XL?
Nov 25, 2011
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ddd269: I usually wear size "L" with most glove brands but wear "XL" with Dainese gloves.

I have 3 dainese gloves including the metal pro. I don't have any experience with Alpinestar gloves, however. The Dainese gloves fit smaller with shorter finger length. I think an XL should fit you well... Unless you have thicker than average palm, then go 2XL. I do have to warn you that the entry is difficult around the cuff in the beginning. Again, a Dainese trait but once broken-in they are great!
Nov 27, 2011
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midnightmethane: I would say XL just because the Full Metal Pro is a full racing glove and tends to fit pretty snug. However, with Revzilla's exchange policy you should feel comfortable ordering an XL and just sending em back for L if it doesn't pan out. Good luck man. Feb 10, 2012
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gk848EVO: Most alpinestars gloves run at least a size small. I wear an XL in the full metal racer and an XXL in alpinestars racing glove. Aug 8, 2012
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Allen C asked: Forgot to add, if I wear a size small Alpinestars GP-TECH gloves, should I go with small for these gloves, or the Full Metal RS as well? Mar 6, 2014
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john m: I had Alpinestar GP Plus gloves size medium previously but when I purchased the Dainese Full Metal Pro gloves I got them in a large and they fit perfectly. Mar 6, 2014
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Dmitry M: i m wearing Alpinestars gp-tech L,but Dainese and Held M. Mar 6, 2014
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Allen C asked: I was wondering if there is any difference at all between these gloves "Dainese Full Metal Pro", and the "Dainese Full Metal RS" gloves. They look exactly the same but there is a $70 difference in price. Only different thing I notice is that the Full Metal RS gloves have different color options. Is there any difference in materials used or design? etc. Mar 6, 2014
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Warren P: From what I understand the Full Metal Pro only uses cowhide. The Full Metal RS has a goatskin palm and cowhide on the back of the hand.

On the Full Metal RS there are accordion stretch panels on all fingers instead of two. There is also a carbon insert on the thumb which is new, and the protector on the cuff covers a much larger area.
Mar 6, 2014
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Trevor B: Rs has an armored gauntlet cuff whereas the pro only has a small wrist protector like the fingers. The RS also has two more protectors on the thumb and that's about it. Apr 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: What to do if these gloves get wet in the rain? Mar 3, 2013
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RevZilla: Much like Mogwai, Dainese race gloves do not like water. They probably won't turn into Gremlins, but we can't guarantee that. If they do turn, we're totally not liable for any destruction said Full Metal Monsters cause.

But really, hang dry - no heat. Don't ride in them either, they're more likely to wear out faster. They will feel a bit crunchy once they dry out (much like Gremlins, I suspect), but will eventually break in again.
Mar 5, 2013
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Anthony Y: I'd let the gloves dry slowly and naturally away from sunlight and any source of heat whilst laying them flat. Apr 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: Tried a pair at a local shop, I generally wear a size M glove and 54 jacket, but notice the sleeve area is noticeably tight when i wear the two together. Should I be looking at larger glove size to make the combination work? May 8, 2012
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PDXgearhoarder: Not necessarily. A lot of this is personal preference of course, so please take this with that large caveat in mind, but I'd rather suffer through a longer break-in period to loosen the cuff and glove interface than to permanently accept and live with a looser fitting glove. Blood circulation around the cuff, and therefore to the hand, will certainly be immediately better with the larger glove, but the looser hand fit to begin with will only get looser still in the long run as the gloves break in.

As the saying goes, there's nothing more important to going faster on two wheels than front-end feel. The higher the front-end feel, the higher your confidence will be. I think a loose-fitting glove where my hands are swimming in would make me feel very nervous. And Dainese gloves, as you know, have beautifully sculpted palms that transmit an immense range of sensitivity.

Breaking in that cuff / gauntlet interface can be time consuming, but short-cuts exist. Again, please insert HUGE caveat here. Rub in some leather conditioner around the cuff / gauntlet (Langlitz brand is the best; use your fingers to rub in for warmth), then basically put your jacket and gloves on, cinch down the hook-and-loop gauntlet to a comfortable degree, and then, well, basically do some household chores in between random pushups. No joke. You'll look a bit of a dork frankly but you'll feel great and the payoff is awesome - an upper body workout, a little cardio running around the house dressed like a power ranger, resulting in soft supple leather slowly but surely molding to the shapes of your arms and wrists. Wouldn't even dream of offering that one up if I hadn't actually done this a few times, much to my shame.
Oct 4, 2012
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RevZilla: It is normal for the cuff and gauntlet to be tight at first. The cuff size of your jacket should not determine the size of the gloves you wear. If the cuff on your jacket has a larger opening, try wearing the gauntlet on the inside; if not, the gloves do stretch over time, so they will progressively become more comfortable if you are wearing them with a leather jacket (that is nearly skin tight). Wearing the gloves in the rain could help speed up the process. Another option would be to choose a glove with a wider gauntlet, such as the Dainese Steel Core Carbon gloves. May 14, 2012
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A shopper asked: Can I use the dainese leather cleaner/conditioner safely on the glove? The instructions say to use a cold, damp towel, but that doesn't really do much in terms of cleaning. I have the white glove and after only two rides the palms are beginning to darken :/ Jan 26, 2012
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Walter F.: On the leather parts you can use a leather cleaner/conditioner. I don't have one in particular to recommend you.
Keep in mind the discoloration on the palm is from the hand grips and the pores of the leather are taking that in. You would do well to clean the grips as frequently as the gloves or more so. If the grips are rubber they will shed tiny particles that embed in the leather. The rubber protectants, such as Armor-All, would make the grips very slippery.
Good riding!
Jan 27, 2012
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whybag: I've used Chelsea Leather Food on my soccer cleats for years (made from kangaroo leather) and they look nearly perfect. Cold water to clean dirt and grit off, and the conditioner penetrates the leather to keep it supple. Jun 16, 2012
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A shopper asked: I would like to know where are they manufactured? Thank you!!! Nov 15, 2011
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Joel P: The component parts of the glove are manufactured in Italy and final assembly takes place in Vietnam. Nov 15, 2011
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Kago: Tag on my gloves say "Made in Vietnam" Nov 20, 2011
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A shopper asked: There are forums where people sell off their full metal pro dainese gloves for one reason or another (wrong size, etc.). Is there any way to identify whether the gloves is authetic or replica? There are in fact many replicas coming from China, and there is possibility that these people in forums are selling off replicas. Please advice. Jun 27, 2011
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Cottonsurfer: I know nothing about the full metal pro line. Depending on the forum I would look for other things they are selling or put a shout out about if others have heard of this person selling to get an idea if they are selling in bulk. Ask for pictures because the Dainese imprint on my gloves is on the top of hand and running down the stitching. Jul 25, 2011
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Karl A.: Yes, buy from a reputable dealer - I know they are more expensive, but a counter-fitter is going to counter-fit labels as well.

You could also look at the quality of what is on the forum, although you won't likely be able to see them first.
Jul 11, 2011
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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 555711 1815567-691-L Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / MD 555710 1815567-691-M Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / SM 555709 1815567-691-S Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / XL 555712 1815567-691-XL Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / XS 555708 1815567-691-XS Out of Stock
Black/Black/Black / 2XL 555713 1815567-691-XXL Out of Stock