or 4 installments of $22.25 USD by More infoSize Chart
Measure middle finger length from knuckle.
Measure around your hand at the widest point (without thumb) Usually this is right below your knuckles.
|Hand Circumference||8"||8 1/2"||8 3/4"||9"||9 1/2"|
|Finger Length||3 1/4"||3 1/4"||3 1/2"||3 1/2"||3 3/4"|
**Please note: these are actual glove measurements, and leather will stretch over time.**
For a skin tight glove, order as close to your hand measurements as possible. For a more relaxed fit, size up.
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I was referred to this company by my son and he indicated he wanted some good gloves for when he's riding. I placed the order, they arrived quickly and looked great. When he opened the gift and then tried them on, he was clearly very happy. All in all, a great shopping experience with Tobacco Motorwear and the quality of the gloves is top-notch. Highly recommend.
I’ve had many motorcycle jackets over the years but none compare to the quality and durability of Tobacco. In addition to fitting perfectly, I feel the added security of riding safer with a high-quality protective jacket. I also really appreciate the great customer support. The team at Tobacco was available to answer questions and help with my order. Thanks for the amazing product!
Simple, lightweight gloves that I can stuff in a pocket while still being protective. I've always had trouble fitting gloves from the bigger makes, so very glad that Tobacco offers an XS and a size chart that goes by length and width
I had been eyeing the rough ups gloves for a while and decided to get them when they went on sale right before Thanksgiving. The leather seems to be better quality than a lot of the other motorcycle gloves I see on the shelf at the dealers and gear shops. They are comfortable and well made. The liner is a little thicker than other perforated gloves I have, thus slightly reducing the amount of ventilation, so I will probably not wear them in the summer, but rather use them for the fall and spring. They do vent enough that I wouldn't want to wear them in the winter. For me they are perfect for a range of about 55 to 75 degrees. The touchscreen pads on the fingers work fine on my I-phone. Overall I like them. They're nice gloves.