Royal Racing Rivet Gloves

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Royal built the Rivet Gloves with highly-breathable stretch fabrics so you'll forget you're even wearing gloves on sweaty mid-summer lift-access days. You won't notice that your hands are staying firmly planted on your grips all day, or that the rubberized brake lever finger tips grab the controls like they're spot-welded. The biggest thing you'll notice is that you won't pull your gloves off instantly when you get on the lift.

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