The Ladies Lined Classic Riding Gloves feature premium Technaline treated goatskin leather. Leather treated with Technaline offers water resistance and durability up to five times longer than untreated leathers. More importantly, because Technaline waterproofing is in the leather, not on it, your hands will not turn black.
Why water resistant leather? We understand the importance of comfort while traveling through weather changes. Having the right pair of gloves can make or break the enjoyment of your ride. Our line of leather products will keep your hands warm and dry and allow you to better maintain control of your bike.
At Hugger, we use three different non-synthetic leathers in our gloves: cowhide, goatskin and deerskin.
Cowhide – The most popular kind of leather, for its tensile strength, durability, abrasion resistance, stretch and generally smooth grain.
Goatskin – Compared to cowhide, it has a coarser grain but can be finished to a texture that nearly matches that of cowhide. Goat leather is durable and naturally water resistant. We can shave it quite thin to allow for a closer fit, which makes for a great summer glove. Our softest goatskin resembles buttery soft deerskin so much that we call it Deer Soft and use it in our Deer Soft line of gloves.
Deerskin – Leather from deer, which has an attractive combination of softness, durability and light weight. It also has the unique quality of keeping its soft texture even after becoming wet and drying. We treat deerskin with Technaline to create water resistant, beautifully soft gloves that bounce back from rain showers.
The lightweight “Wonder Dry” liner keeps hands warm and dry in cooler weather. The seamless leather palm gives a smooth contact surface for driving. The Velcro closure at wrist gives a snug custom fit.
We offer free shipping and exchanges on Ladies Lined Classic Riding Gloves. Your satisfaction is our top concern.
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Just completed a 4,000 mile trip in Colorado. We spent a lot of time in 40 to 50 degree range with rain, sleet, and hail. The gloves kept me warm and dry. My only complaint is that when I take the gloves off the lining would sometimes come out of the leather portion of the glove and was a pain to get back into the finger portions which is why I gave the gloves 4 stars. They are definitely waterproof as we rode through torrential down pours in Colorado and Kansas. If it is warm while riding your hands are going to sweat and could actually be too warm.