Best Armored Gloves

Updated March 2019
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If you participate in activities that put your hands at risk – such as motorcycling or motorcross – then you’ll likely want to invest in a pair of armored gloves. These gloves have hardened plastic or sometimes even metal on the outside to protect your hand during collisions. While sometimes this means your movement is restricted, that shouldn’t be the case with a quality pair of gloves. But because they don’t have much stretch, you’ll want to make sure you get a pair that fits well. A thinner pair of armored gloves is good for paintball as well.

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