Joe Rocket Highside 2.0 Gloves In the same tradition as the original Highside Glove, protection is key on the Joe Rocket Highside 2.0, with exceptional full gauntlet drum-dyed leather protection, with the added flexibility of a P.U. flex panel at the top of the wrist and a hinged knuckle design. Features Drum dyed leather construction P.U. flex panel at top of wrist High density padding over knuckles Hinged knuckle Padded palm and fingers Wrap around wrist strap Adjustable cuff closure
I was told that the gauntlet gloves were the best gloves to purchase because of the protection it provides. This gauntlet covers the entire hand and wrist as it supposed to. The valcro looks cheap and appears to wear down with excessive use. However, the price you pay for the gauntlet is superb. The price range is spot on because if you upgrade to a high grade joe rocket glove it provides more protection with better padding. The padding around the wrist is minimal and if the rider were to ever fall. I am not certain if the rider will leave unscathed.
Yes, I recommend this product.
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Joe Rocket Super Street Boot
Leather construction Injection molded protection on heel, and ankle Padded ankle area Plastic adjuster strap with aluminum buckle Reinforced gear shift area Toe slider
PostedAugust 27, 2012
Rider Type:Moto Newb
Bang for the Buck
Protection & Durability
I bought this boot for several reasons. First I needed a boot because the MSF course required one and secondly because the boot looks really cool in person. One of the students commented stating the boots looks like it came off of Iron Man's suit.
The heel of the boot is really reflective which increases invisibility.
The air vents on the boot doesn't pass very well and gets a little hot.
The comfort of the boot while riding is phenomenal while walking in the boot is tedious and boorish.