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post #21 of 29 Old 01-09-2017, 09:08 PM
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I found out about them through Facebook. Motorbike Addicts. A lot of people have been buying their suits. I have a set of their gloves and plan to get a custom suit. Tell Hozzane that Jon Holloway sent you.


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I found out about them through Facebook. Motorbike Addicts. A lot of people have been buying their suits. I have a set of their gloves and plan to get a custom suit. Tell Hozzane that Jon Holloway sent you.


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Thanks! I'll take a look
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As a side note, no matter what gloves you get, make sure they fit you properly AND all the armor hits your hands where it should. Don't ask me how I learned that lesson the hard way....doesn't matter what you pay for them, even if they seem to fit okay, if the armor doesn't fall on your hands in the right place, they won't work when you may need them.

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As a side note, no matter what gloves you get, make sure they fit you properly AND all the armor hits your hands where it should. Don't ask me how I learned that lesson the hard way....doesn't matter what you pay for them, even if they seem to fit okay, if the armor doesn't fall on your hands in the right place, they won't work when you may need them.
Great advice. You should share your story.
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post #25 of 29 Old 01-12-2017, 07:10 PM Thread Starter
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Ended up going with a pair of Held Titans. Mike @ Riders Discount sold me some great gloves at a great price! Thanks Mike!

For anyone wondering, excellent customer service, smooth transaction and quick shipping!
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for anyone following this wondering about the certification of gloves here is a nice article on the current Handroid
Knox releases its Handroid 3.0 - even more glove going on - MoreBikes

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I'm for any glove that doesn't bind on the knuckles, has palm sliders, good feel and reinforced through index finger/thumb areas, like the Knox Handroid, or the RS Taichi GP-EVO.
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post #28 of 29 Old 02-28-2017, 07:27 AM
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Just switched from the astars go pro to the Knox Handriod. It is nuts how much more protection the handroids offer.

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Palm sliders take many different forms. Dont skip a high end glove like Held Titans because you dont see a Knox slider. Some of the best gloves achieve the same sliding function through different design.
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