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Roland Sands Dezel Gloves
  • Roland Sands Dezel Gloves - Black
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Roland Sands Diesel Gloves

RSD gloves merge the best of performance, comfort and style. Tough but supple grade A cowhide combined with protective strategic padding and great fit will make them your favorite pair in your riding closet.


  • Short zip/strap close
  • Flex ribbing
  • Reinforced and padded palm
  • Pre-curved ergonomic fit
  • Padded finger knuckles

Roland Sands Men's Glove Sizing

Size Measurement (in)
SM 7.5-8
MD 8.5-9
LG 9.5-10
XL 10.5-11
2XL 11.5-12

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 / SM 850387 0802-0100-0052/0800-62L0-0002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD 826805 0802-0100-0053/0800-63L0-0002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 826804 0802-0100-0054/0800-64L0-0002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 826806 0802-0100-0055/0800-65L0-0002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XL 826803 0802-0100-0056/0800-66L0-0002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Tobacco / SM 850388 0802-0100-0152/0800-62L0-1002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Sand / SM 885567 0802-0100-1152/0800-62L1-1001 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Tobacco / MD 826809 0802-0100-0153/0800-63L0-1002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Sand / MD 885566 0802-0100-1153/0800-63L1-1001 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Tobacco / LG 826808 0802-0100-0154/0800-64L0-1002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Sand / LG 885565 0802-0100-1154/0800-64L1-1001 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Tobacco / XL 826810 0802-0100-0155/0800-65L0-1002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Sand / XL 885568 0802-0100-1155/0800-65L1-1001 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Tobacco / 2XL 826807 0802-0100-0156/0800-66L0-1002 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Sand / 2XL 885564 0802-0100-1156/0800-66L1-1001 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours


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Roland Sands Dezel Gloves 4.2 5 68 68
Style Aplenty As everyone else already stated, these gloves are really stylish for motorcycle gloves. These are a huge step, style-wise, above technical race gloves! Fitment is also consistent with American size gloves (i.e. they fit like Dainese/Icon) and are fairly comfortable even when new. Style is definitely this glove's forte. I bought these to ride with a BMW R9T but after receiving them, I decided to not use them for riding due to the minimal protection they offer. As spaceman/Power Ranger as technical gloves may be, I dig the protection. These RSD Diesels are relegated to being used as casual fall/winter gloves. I'm rocking Dainese 4 Stroke Evo's when I need short-cuff gloves; I also use Dainese Full Metal Pro's when I need a longer cuff. Would I recommend these gloves? Yes, if you don't fall. :) These are fine gloves but I prefer something with palm sliders AND hard knuckles - the thought is that I'd rather that my palm slide and my knuckles be somewhat protected if my hand is pinned under my bike in a slide. I'm not knocking these RSD gloves. They look great and will make a fun/interesting casual glove or even a driving glove (inside a car). I'm keeping them for that very purpose! September 26, 2015
Stylish with a snug fit I bought these gloves purely for the style and moderate protection they provide. I purchased a medium and a large to try them both out and the medium fit perfectly while the larges fingertips were huge. after riding for around an hour im starting to get cramps in my right hand due to how tight fitting they feel while riding. I'm hoping its just a break in period but some more stretch would be nice August 31, 2015
Great Gloves true to size. Look great, feel great. Not the most protective, but for around town riding (and falling) these are the gloves. Sort of make you feel like ol ring-a-ding gosling from "drive" not a bad feeling. June 15, 2015
Stylish and Simple I've used these for about a month now and they have been great. Feels protective and definitely has style. I went with Ox Blood, it's not as red as the photos show, more like an dark brown, but it's still cool. Would recommend. June 15, 2015
Excellent Quality Wore these for about 1k miles now and I just wanted to say that they are really high quality leather and very comfortable. They fill the cavity in between your fingers (which I prefer, rather than having a webbed fingers style glove) and when they were brand new the leather inside their was a little stiff but broke in nearly immediately. I wear a large and they fit true to size. Makes me want to spend $600 for one of the RSD jackets! May 26, 2015
I thought they would be stronger I was looking for design and protection, so I was happy when I found this, but they're not as strong as they look. Anyway, fits perfectly and they're beautiful. February 3, 2015
Stylish and comfy, lousy durability. I have owned 2 pairs of RSD gloves so far, and this will be my very last pair. The first pair lasted a little over a year of commuting, and these lasted maybe a little over half a year. Durability is definitely not something RSD holds in high regards, at least with their gloves. Comfort: These gloves are very comfortable and extremely easy to get on and off. They feel very secure on my hands while not being too tight or too loose. Style: Very classy looking gloves. Not too flashy while not being boring and dull. The red interior is beautiful and the leather is the perfect color. These gloves pretty much go with any gear you have. In fact, I absolutely love the styling and it's a shame they blew out on me so quickly. Durability: Here's where things take a nose dive. These things definitely aren't built to last. The seams were obliterated on the palm of the left glove right over the bottom of the middle finger, leaving a giant hole after a little over 6 months of regular use. This is unacceptable at this price point when I could buy gloves for half (sometimes less than half) the price, which will more than likely last twice as long. This is pretty much the deal breaker and I cannot recommend these gloves because of the horrible build quality. If you want to throw your money away on some gloves that wont last even one full season of riding, then buy these. December 25, 2014
Quality Control Needs to be improved I received these gloves and was sad to see that the zipper stop on one of the gloves was completely missing so when you pulled on the zipper it went too far and stuck. This is something that should have been caught in production. The other problem was the ribbing had ripped open along a stitch line. I returned them. I really like the style and may still buy a replacement pair. October 21, 2014
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Already Asked: 6 Questions, 46 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Eric G: Aesthetic Oct 28, 2015
Yan F: Liked the look and fit Aug 20, 2015
RAMIRO C: Because these look cool Aug 13, 2015
Bartosz K: amazing design Jun 23, 2015
Steven L: Great crafted gloves May 27, 2015
RUBEN F: It is a gauntlet of very poor quality , its design is amazing but it's just that I've used very little and no longer serves the zipper and Velcro are off ( because it is not a brooch which adjusts the garment is only a simulation ) . I do not recommend buying . Apr 28, 2015
Wontak O: Design and color are so sweet Jan 19, 2015
luis p: because i like it Nov 10, 2014
Jay F: When you put these on you'll feel like The Gunslinger from Westworld. Oct 23, 2014
Steve Z: style Sep 13, 2014
John K: It will flow nicely with my Roland Sands Design Ronin jacket. May 13, 2014
A S: Great for urban riding, very warm, snug fit that stretches just enough to perfection Apr 11, 2014
buddy t: The styling is perfect for me! Mar 31, 2014
Jeff B: Because it's awesome Mar 18, 2014
George P: comfort. Mar 4, 2014
jose h: first saw them on the youtube review, as i pilot a cafe racer i thought these were the ideal blend of safety, performance and style. Mar 3, 2014
seung pyo h: my bike style Feb 23, 2014
M A: Style and comfort. Feb 15, 2014
michael p: I love the unique look of these gloves. I already have the RSD Ronin leather jacket, so these will compliment he jacket very well. Jan 20, 2014
Z S: looks nice Jan 15, 2014
Garry W: I like the zip fastener and the style Dec 11, 2013
Shaun T: RSD. what else is there? Nov 3, 2013
jamil m: looks good Oct 22, 2013
john t: the video did help me decide on this pair. Looks great and looks like it fits right. Oct 16, 2013
Peter N: Style, comfort, protection and a really good service level from Filip. Sep 20, 2013
Fede S: Offer more protection than my current summer gloves. Aug 31, 2013
angelo b: cuz its dope Aug 19, 2013
A shopper asked: Are these perforated? How would they do as cool weather glove? Jan 1, 2013
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LoisaidaKing: They are perforated (well, several few tiny holes) on the palm. I've been wearing them in high 40's to mid 50's F, but these gloves keep my hands warm enough. They are definitely not for below mid-40's (riding.) Well, these gloves are not insulated. I guess you live in NV and don't need to worry much, but they are not water-proof or resistant and not for wet weather. Apr 16, 2013
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RevZilla: The Roland Sands Diesel Gloves have minor perforation on the palm and fingers, but they are not a fully perforated glove.

They are not recommend for cold weather riding as they lack any insulation or synthetic wind stopping material.
Jan 2, 2013
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stro: Yes, in between fingers, they have small perfs.

No I would not recomend them as cool weather glove(<60F), since they don't have any liner and its just leather. I would recomend them for warmer riding.

Apr 8, 2013
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imspencer: The knuckles are perforated and there is some perforation in the palm. They are fairly good for warm weather riding especially if you want more protection than a completely perforated glove. Mar 12, 2013
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jonnymojo: I stopped using them when temps dipped under 50 in the mornings. I get them out if I'm riding around town in the day when it warms up a little. For me they are a 3 season glove. Jan 5, 2013
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Bahumut: These gloves are not perforated. Probably not the best warm-weather riding glove but they peform okay in 45 degrees F. May 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: How do I determine the right size ? I have small hands but long fingers. 22-23 cm wide would mean MD. May 25, 2014
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Paul L: I had the opposite problem -- large/wide hand but relatively short fingers. I ordered two sizes (LG and XL) so I could compare fit and then return one pair. I ended up keeping the XL, in part because I like having a little extra space between the tips of my fingers and the ends of the glove fingers when I curl my fingers. That mean that the Dezel glove fingers run a bit on the short side, in which case you may like the MD size better. Or order both sizes and return one. Or order one size and exchange for the other only if it doesn't fit perfectly.
I do like the gloves.
Jun 2, 2014
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Joseph B: These fit me the same as most other gloves. Im usually a Large, and these were consistent for me. I have long slender fingers, with an average size hand. That said, these are snug for the first few rides, but not uncomfortably so. I wouldnt size down, these are not roomy gloves. Jun 17, 2014
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Brett R: I have 8.5inch hands around palm and back of hand. That shows me as fitting a medium, but my fingers arent that long, so I got a small. The small is a bit tight, but the leather should break in nicely. You should probably go M. May 29, 2014
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Yan F: I think go with Large.
I have Medium size gloves that fit perfect on my less then 22 cm fingers.
May 29, 2014
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Jim L asked: Why was the name of this glove changed? Are the newer ones any different? Feb 3, 2014
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Kevin J: I don't know why the changed the name. It appears to be essentially the same glove that I purchased under a different glove. I like the glove and it's comfortable but it probably doesn't provide the dame level of protection as some others. Feb 4, 2014
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Joseph B: The only change I noticed is that the wrist closure is now velcro instead of the snap. This was on the white color glove, which I assume is the same as the other colors.
Ive got about 4 pairs of these in different colors, all feel the same. Very nice, stylish glove, thats also functional.
Jun 17, 2014
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Charles M: No they are the same construction, just different color. And they are called dezel instead of diesel, for whatever reason. Feb 3, 2014
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Josh B: Probably a copyright infringement issue. Looks like the same glove. Feb 13, 2014
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Justin L asked: Is it a good cold weather glove? Jun 17, 2014
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Louis D: Short answer: "No."

Long answer: Define "cold weather." That means different things, depending on whether you live in Los Angeles [60 degrees?! Brrrr...] or Maine [60 degrees? Whew, it's warm out!]

They're very nicely made, with soft leather, but they're shortie gloves and the material is thin. The only way they would be less suited to cold weather would be if they had better venting/perforations.
Jun 17, 2014
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Brian T: Absolutely not. It's good for spring/summer riding but has no insulation (it's bare leather), is obviously a shorty and if it gets wet or damp will stay that way for a long time as it doesn't dry out well. Would not recommend for anything other than city riding on a hot summer day. Jun 17, 2014
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Keng S: No. My commute is 40+ miles one way at about 80mph. Once the weather dip below 50 my fingers definitely feel it. Jun 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi, I really like Roland Sands Dezel Tobacco Gloves, and I would like to order one. Palm measurement gives me 22.5 cm (approx. 8.85") which is upper boundary for M size. However, my fingers are little bit longer then it is usual, and I'm a bit afraid would it be right size for me. I would like to avoid replacing a product for different size because I'm in Europe, and it may become costly. Could anyone help please? Jan 21, 2015
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Ramon M: Hmm not sure, I have the gloves in a medium and they fit a little on the tighter side. Sounds like you should go for the large, they also have a tendency to shrink a little if I don't wear them for a bit. They are great gloves as far as looks not so much on protection Jan 21, 2015
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Malcolm O: I would go large. My hand measures 20cm from wrist to tip of middle finger. The large is snug but flexes nicely. Jan 21, 2015
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