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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.
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Carl H: Impressive looks and QUALITY. I'm a quality buying guy, but looks have to come along with the item. Also, I really appreciate the fact that Anthony reviews what RevZilla sells, and that makes the purchase a safer bet. I'm also from the old school where good customer service is paramount. It's what I provide all my clients, and I appreciate getting it in return.Jan 9, 2014
Joel M:Well, they are metal and the chances it can scratch the paint is very likely if the pressure is hard enough. I have a pair of these and it never did anything like that. I see no scratches on my bike. It's not going to be a problem if you are just placing your hand on the bike lightly. Jan 10, 2014
Darryl M:No issues - gloves are awesome. If you were to slap them around on painted surfaces though I'd expect they'd do the same thing as any other metal rivet. I don't consider that a glove issue....those rivets are there to provide hand protection.
Kevin S:In my experience I have not had any issue with the rivets scratching paint. The rivets are very smooth which help counter that concern. That doesn't mean it can't happen, just that it's very unlikely.Jan 10, 2014
starionrst2:I don't think going over the glove with the jacket is is a good idea its not going to feel comfortable, plus it will look weird. Although the Domino glove is very soft and you can probably stuff it in there... I'm pretty sure the glove will work better going over the sleeve of the jacket. Once the velcro is undone you have a plenty of room to play around with. The Roland Sands stuff is made to be combined with most of their other stuff, so it should work, I don't know about the sleeve of the jacket being that big that you cant fit a gauntlet over it, If that happens with these gloves then maybe your jacket size is a little too big for you....Feb 10, 2013
RevZilla:Yes, the Roland Sands Domino Gloves should fit under your Ronin jacket sleeves. However, keep in mind that if you have big forearms, the fit might be tight, and you might not be able to zip the jacket sleeves all the way over the gloves.Jan 31, 2013