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Joe Rocket Highside 2.0 Gloves

In the same tradition as the original Highside Glove, protection is key on the Joe Rocket Highside 2.0, with exceptional full gauntlet drum-dyed leather protection, with the added flexibility of a P.U. flex panel at the top of the wrist and a hinged knuckle design.

Features:

  • Drum dyed leather construction
  • P.U. flex panel at top of wrist
  • High density padding over knuckles
  • Hinged knuckle
  • Padded palm and fingers
  • Wrap around wrist strap
  • Adjustable cuff closure
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Joe Rocket Highside 2.0 Gloves 4 5 7 7
Nice Fall/Winter riding gloves. These gloves work great, look nice, and are not going to break the bank. I like that they have padding along the ulna, it's not much, but it will certainly help in the event the rider goes down. October 27, 2014
Crashed... Crash tested these gloves in a twisty section of road. Didn't slide too far on the pavement before I was off the road, but manged to burn through both palms and lost a large portion of the mid knuckle on my pinkie finger. That said, my pinkie was the only injury sustained by my hands and wrists. Prior to the accident I was very satisfied by the gloves. They looked good, were very comfortable, and I really liked the value of the product. Yes the gloves were thoroughly destroyed and maybe even overwhelmed on the pinkie side when I went down, however I definitely do recommend this product. It is a great value for anybody looking for basic leather or starter race style gloves. My only point, from experience obviously, would be that if you are having second thoughts about protection you should get a step up for sure. August 28, 2014
Good gloves Fit is a little small but all in all they are a good buy. January 13, 2014
Good product, good price. I've had these gloves now for a little less than a month. Live in Georgia, temps have dipped the last few weeks into the 30's. I'm hot natured and usually don't have a problem with cold. If you have a low tolerance for cold, don't wear these gloves in any weather less than 50 degrees without a "liner" of some kind for warmth. Good air-flow. Good fit so far, have worn them about 8-10 times since I received them so I'm sure there's still some breaking in left to do. I like the style and they seem true to size. I have smallish hands and ordered a medium. Only concern I have is the thumbs are a hair short but again, haven't had time to break in completely. Overall I like the gloves and I'd recommend them for a decent 3 season glove for the price. December 2, 2013
Excelent Starter Glove Used these gloves for my BRC classes... It rained both days... These aren't necessarily waterproof, but they served their purpose well. A few days later I went for a ride at 35 degrees Fahrenheit... I wouldn't say my hands were warm, but they weren't terribly cold either. Probably not a great summer glove but it works wonderfully for the other three seasons. October 15, 2012
Great beginner gauntlet I was told that the gauntlet gloves were the best gloves to purchase because of the protection it provides. This gauntlet covers the entire hand and wrist as it supposed to. The valcro looks cheap and appears to wear down with excessive use. However, the price you pay for the gauntlet is superb. The price range is spot on because if you upgrade to a high grade joe rocket glove it provides more protection with better padding. The padding around the wrist is minimal and if the rider were to ever fall. I am not certain if the rider will leave unscathed. August 27, 2012
Great finish and fit. Durable. Likely a 3 season glove. I've ridden about 500 miles in these gloves so its about time I wrote up something. With Fall/Winter approaching I opted for a leather glove with a decent gauntlet in the $50 price point. Great finish and fit. Decent gauntlet length and dual Velcro straps that go in opposite directions to ensure proper fit. The extra padding is decent on the backside and on top of the fingers and does allow good movement as Anthony mentions. The reflective piping has worked out well with my Joe Rocket RASP Jacket and also like Anthony mentions you can easily wear them over or under your jacket. See pictures. I wore them on a 49F commute to work one morning and with no insulation per se you are not going to get much warmth out of them. The thumb areas joining the palm are excellent to stave off wear with working the areas of the clutch and front brake. They provide good tactile feedback on the controls and once they are worn in you'll probably not notice you are wearing gloves anymore. Which is a plus in any riders book. I wouldn't recommend them for the track. There is not enough protection here for what the track environment calls for at this price point. I surmise though they could hold up in a decent spill. October 10, 2011
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Byron C: Did not like the fit and sent this gloves back Aug 22, 2014
Frank W: Needed a glove with a cuff that would hit inside my jacket sleeve for spring riding. These gloves did the trick. Kept the wind from going up my jacket sleeve. May 11, 2014
Michael S: Bought these for a track day. Good gloves , fit slightly small, but for the price they exceeded my expectations. Mar 15, 2014
Eduardo P: "Bang for the bucks! quality/price is excellent" Feb 28, 2014
Joshua D: I needed gloves! Jan 27, 2014
Nathan H: Great price for a great product Oct 9, 2013
A shopper asked: Can this be used for winter/cold weather riding? I live in MD, and it's starting to get cold where I can't use my normal leather gloves anymore. Nov 1, 2014
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Robert W: I live in MI and I try to extend the riding season as long as I can. I must say I absolutely love these gloves and I wear them all the time. As far as cold weather goes I guess it would depend on your definition. I wear them and don't have any trouble down to about 40 degrees. At that point my fingers start to be bothered by the cold, but not enough to keep me from riding. Hope this helps! Nov 1, 2014
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Christopher S: No. We had a cold snap about 6 weeks ago and I wore these when it was 32 one morning. It is only a 15 minute ride to work and my hands literally hurt from the cold. After 10 minutes I lost all feeling in my hands and had to look at the clutch to make sure it was all the way in when shifting. They are great gloves but I cannot recommend them for cold weather riding. Nov 1, 2014
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Alexander B: I would not. These gloves are comfortable for summer riding and can be worn into the fall but I'd get a glove specifically designed for the winter. The only exception would be if you bought a size up and wore liners underneath, but at that point you'd be better off just getting winter gloves. Nov 1, 2014
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Byron C: I returned this gloves back to Revzilla because it was not comfortable and felt cheap
It is not insulated at all for cold weather. I purchased the joe rocket flexium
Model full gauntlet glove. It fits great it is comfortable and decent cold weather
Protection. Hope this helps
Nov 1, 2014
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Nathan H: I use these daily and they seem fine in mid 40's and above however if it is cooler your fingers may freeze. I used them last night in the 30's and they did not seem to help with the cold. I do really like these gloves for riding in general. Nov 2, 2014
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Doug M: Personally, I wouldn't use these for cold weather riding especially for longer commutes. These are pretty thin and just barely warm enough for the cool mornings in San Francisco. Nov 2, 2014
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Anthony D: I would not suggest it. I'm right here in NOVA and the other day my finger tips were pretty frozen. Nov 1, 2014
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melody c: They are only slightly warmer than normal leather gloves Nov 2, 2014
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Joe Rocket Glove Sizing

Size Measurement (in) Number Equivalent
SM 3 8
MD 3.5 9
LG 4 10
XL 4.5 11

To measure, place your right hand flat on a table or other flat surface and measure under your palm from the knuckle of your pinkie to the knuckle of your index finger.

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

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