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I am curious as to what people are wearing for gloves, I usually wear a leather rancher glove in dear skin. I like them because they serve a purpose on and off the quad. But I am also considering a atv glove.

My buddies all wear like mechanic gloves.
 

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Ironclad Ranchworx. Very comfortable and durable glove. Not too hot. Also have pair of Thor MX gloves.
 

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I use mechanic impact gloves. The extra padding helps with the vibration.
 

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I wear so many different gloves. I have rubberized ones for when it is cold and wet. Lately, I have been wearing mechanics gloves; they take a bit to get soaked in mud and wash easily. I must have 20 good rides with them and they are still without holes. They are tight and comfy too. I have used dirt bike gloves, general work gloves, cycling gloves, none are as good as the mechanics gloves.
 

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Mechanix gloves, Army issued tactical hot weather gloves, Can Am motorcycle gloves lately, light weight and support the wrist. Got at my dealership for cheap.
 

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Mechanix gloves for me. Relatively inexpensive, easy to find and durable. As an added bonus, they are comfortable. :thumbsmilie:
 

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Mechanix M-Pact gloves are my goto.
 

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I love my Klim Dakar gloves. I have the Klim powercross gloves for when it gets wet out.
 

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I've worn gloves maybe once... They were huntin gloves on the way to the deer (dear) stand one cold morning. And I have yet to wear a helmet once.
 

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I've worn gloves maybe once... They were huntin gloves on the way to the deer (dear) stand one cold morning. And I have yet to wear a helmet once.


One head injury is all you really need. As a Paramedic, I have seen my share of Head Injuries, some with helmets, lots without. There were some that would have been fatal if not for the helmet. I know of a couple where the helmet did cause some minor injuries, but they were minor. As for me, a helmet has saved me from serious injury a few times. Like I said, it only takes once. There are plenty of YouTube vids with guys injuring themselves seriously without helmets. Shit Happens!

Please ride with care if you choose not to wear a helmet, and leave the beer for after the ride.



 
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