Speed and Strength Seven Sins Gloves
- Leather frame
- Injection molded, vented knuckle
- Molded finger and thumb protectors
- High density padding on fingers, cuff and wrist
- Reinforced palm
- Hook-and-loop cuff closure
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These gloves are consistent with the major brands we carry, so hopefully you’ve had some experience with buying gloves and can choose based upon the fit of a previous pair. If you have no previous experience with glove sizing, go here for help.
Our Two Cents
The Seven Sins glove is a short cuff leather glove intended for street/sport riders. The gloves actually have a more-than-usual amount of protective features for a glove in this price range. The hand is very comfortable and secure feeling. The fingers are sewn externally which means the seams are not turned inside to share that small space with your fingers! The molded knuckle protectors and the hard plastic slider in the heel area of the hand are most impressive. Those knuckle protectors are vented too! I put the lip-lock test on them and they do pass air through to the hand (not fake!). Take the “View Larger Images” link above to see some big photos of those features. The leather used is soft and feels like it is high quality and the overall construction looks good too. The wrist Velcro-close strap is a bit skimpy as compared to all the other robust features, but I guess on a short cuff design like this, the wrist closure on any of the many similar gloves doesn’t actually do very much (from a safety perspective I mean). Anyway, overall a very nice glove… easy to wear and looks great too. :: Paul, 07-29-12
Note about the factory photos: The factory image of the black glove makes it look sort of “plasticy”, but the real glove isn’t that way. Look at our studio shots of the glove by taking the “View Larger Images” link above.