If you’re riding a bike, it’s a good idea to wear gloves and protect your hands.
There are plenty of different kinds of bike gloves that cover every style of riding and weather conditions. It doesn’t matter if you’re doing daily commutes, extreme mountain bike rides, long road rides, or just short fun trips around your neighborhood. Regardless, there’ll be a glove for you, and at a price that doesn’t have to break the bank.
We’ve compiled a list of the best cycling gloves currently available, and hopefully, there’ll be a pair for you in there somewhere.
So, let’s get to it and take a look…
- Top 15 Best Cycling Gloves For The Money 2020 Reviews
- 1 OZERO Mens Winter Thermal Gloves Touch Screen Glove
- 2 Atercel Workout Gloves
- 3 Endura FS260-Pro Aerogel Cycling Mitt Glove
- 4 Castelli Arenberg Gel Bike Glove
- 5 Giro Monaco II Gel Road Bike Gloves
- 6 PEARL IZUMI Men’s PRO Gel Vent Glove
- 7 Louis Garneau Air Gel + Glove – Men’s
- 8 Seibertron Dirtpaw Unisex BMX MX ATV MTB Racing Mountain
- 9 Scott Endurance SF Gloves
- 10 INBIKE Cycling Gloves Men Mountain Bike 5MM Gel Pad Shock
- 11 Fox Racing Ranger Mountain Bike Gloves
- 12 Giro Bravo Gloves
- 13 FIRELION Cycling Gloves Bike Bicycle Gloves
- 14 Fox Head Ranger Gel Racing Mountain Bike BMX Gloves
- 15 GEARONIC Cycling Shockproof Foam Padded Sports Full Finger Short Gloves
- Best Cycling Gloves Buying Guide
- Before We Announce Our Top Pick
- Final Thoughts on The Best Cycling Gloves
Top 15 Best Cycling Gloves For The Money 2020 Reviews
1 OZERO Mens Winter Thermal Gloves Touch Screen Glove
These will keep you warm.
The OZERO gloves are a full-fingered glove. They are made from a combination of cotton, polyester, and a waterproof TPU. They come in a good range of sizes from S to XXL.
The gloves have a nice soft lining and are well enough insulated to be suitable for use in all but the coldest of months. They have an elasticated cuff that is effective in keeping out the elements on those cold days too.
The gloves will keep out light rain or snow. They’re also great at insulating your hands against the freezing wind. Something very important to us cyclists when we’re moving about at speed: however, the gloves aren’t fully waterproof and won’t keep you dry during heavy downpours. This is because the seams on the fingers are not fully waterproofed.
Probably not a deal-breaker as there aren’t too many of us brave or crazy enough to go out cycling in the pouring rain.
The gloves have some nice silicone beading to help with your grip, which we like. What we don’t like is that there is no gel to protect us from vibration that can potentially lead to both handlebar palsy and carpal tunnel syndrome.
On a more positive note, it’s good that they have a conductive fabric on the index finger and thumb to help you use your touchscreen on your phone. Let’s face it, who wants to take off their gloves on a cold day to send a text or make a call?
All in all, these are a reasonably made pair of gloves at a fair price. However, as you can see from the advertising, they are an all-purpose pair of gloves. These are not dedicated cycling gloves.
- Sensitive touchscreen fingertip pads.
- Good value.
- Silicone bead grips.
- No cycling-specific padding.
- Not fully waterproof.
2 Atercel Workout Gloves
The Atercel Workout Gloves are a multi-purpose, short-fingered glove.
The gloves come in a rather uninspiring choice of just two colors – black or red. Happily, there’s a better choice of sizes. They’re available in sizes from XS to XL.
The palm of the gloves is coated in a non-slip gel-padded material. Although it’s not specifically designed for cyclists, it should work to ensure a good grip on your handlebars. Unfortunately, the palm of the glove doesn’t have any thick padding to protect against road vibration either. If you’re riding long distances, and have any cycling related hand problems, these gloves will be unsuitable.
The gloves are made from a breathable and elastic microfiber and Lycra material. They feel super-comfortable to wear and nicely conform to your hands. They’re durable and will take plenty of rides and plenty of cycles in the washing machine.
The fastening at the wrist is wide and strong. Once secured, it doesn’t come undone and flap around — an all too common problem we see with so many short-fingered cycling gloves.
Another couple of nice features include the finger loops to help easily take off the gloves. Additionally, the back of the fingers has a toweling coating to wipe away your hard-earned sweat. Nice. Or should that be Yuk?
- Breathable material.
- Strong, wide Velcro wrist fastener.
- Good non-slip coating on palm.
- Finger loops for easy removal.
- No cycle-specific padding.
- Poor color choice.
3 Endura FS260-Pro Aerogel Cycling Mitt Glove
These are a quality pair of purpose made cycling gloves.
The quality of padding on the palms is first class. The Endura FS260-Pro Aerogel Cycling Mitt Glove has thick gel padding on the base of the glove and the outside of the palm. These are good enough to help protect your hands against fatigue, even on the longest of rides.
The silicone perforated gel padding also provides you with an excellent grip even in the worst conditions. For serious cyclists, there’s no doubt that they offer both exceptional grip and hand protection.
The gloves come in a good range of sizes and, we’re also happy to see, in a good selection of colors. The Sunset Pink and Hi-Viz Green look awesome. They are also breathable and have perforated palms to keep your hands comfortable. If you do build up a sweat, the rear of the fingers has a soft finish to wipe it away.
Unlike a lot of these small kinds of fasteners, it stays fastened and does the job it’s supposed to do. The gloves also have a small tab at the base of the palm to help you pull them on.
The Endura FS260-Pro Aerogel Cycling Mitt Gloves are high quality and well-made gloves. They do have a premium price tag, but if you’re serious about your cycling, we think it’s a price worth paying.
- Excellent padding on palms.
- Good grip.
- Good color choice.
- High quality.
4 Castelli Arenberg Gel Bike Glove
Castelli is one of the oldest and most respected names in the world of cycling apparel.
Castelli gloves will last a good few years. They’ll survive hundreds of rides and plenty of abuse in the washing machine. In the process, they’ll always look cool with their unmistakable Castelli scorpion logo proudly emblazoned on the palms.
The Castelli Arenberg Gel Bike Glove is every inch a bike glove. Never the less, a lot of wheelchair users also gravitate towards them because of their hard-wearing and excellent grip qualities.
Another feature you get with the gloves is the first-rate gel padding on the palms. These are every bit as good as you’d find on the Endura FS260-Pro Aerogel gloves we’ve just reviewed. The Castelli glove is also designed to protect your hands over long rides.
The gloves will even give your hands protection on the cobbles and light trails. Although they’re not a full-fingered glove, in the event of an accident, the thick suede will take a good amount of the impact instead of your hands.
Featuring a breathable material to ensure your hands don’t get overheated. They have a Velcro fastener at the wrist that is very stylish, though a little small. And we’d have preferred something a little larger to make it easier to fasten.
- Awesome brand history.
- High quality.
- High protection against vibration.
- Strong suede palms.
- Small Velcro wrist fastener.
5 Giro Monaco II Gel Road Bike Gloves
Giro, like Castelli, is another well-respected brand in the world of history. Whilst they are a much newer company, they’ve still had a huge impact on cycling over the last 40 years. There’s no doubt that they’re best known for their helmets, but they make a range of other cycling products too.
Giro gets full marks for their size and color collection. You’ll easily be able to get a pair of gloves that fit in a decent color. The Midnight/Iceberg does it for us.
As you’d expect from a premium-priced product, the Giro gloves are well put together using high-quality materials. The 3mm Technogel padding on the palms is some of the best we’ve seen. If you’re prone to suffer from carpal tunnel syndrome or handlebar palsy, we highly recommend these gloves.
The palm of the glove is made from supple, quality leather that helps you maintain a solid grip on your bars. It also helps protect you in the event of a fall.
The rear of the gloves is made from soft and breathable microfiber material. It’s both breathable and comfortable. Additionally, it creates a large absorbent surface to wipe away sweat.
The Giro Monaco II Gel Road Bike Gloves are perfect for high mileage road bike cyclists. If you’re looking for real quality and don’t mind the cost that goes with them, they’re a great choice.
- High-level gel padding.
- Provide excellent grip.
- High quality.
6 PEARL IZUMI Men’s PRO Gel Vent Glove
The PEARL IZUMI Men’s PRO Gel Vent Glove offers no color choices. You’re stuck with a dreary black and grey. Though, the logo and stitching throw a bit of red into the equation. Plus, on the gel pads, you get a dash of yellow. However, overall, they’re not going to win any beauty contests.
They perform reasonably well. The gel padding is nice and thick and will help protect your hands, though we think the Castelli and the Giro gloves are better. One thing that does differentiate these gloves from most others is that they have ventilation vents in the gel padding to increase breathability.
It’s a great idea, but in reality, the gloves are no more breathable than most good quality cycling gloves. In fact, if we take the example of the Castelli and the Giro gloves again, we think these are more breathable. This is because the entire surface of the rear of the glove uses a microfiber. In contrast, only about a third of the rear of the Izumi glove is made from a breathable material.
The gloves have a good Velcro fastener. They also have finger loops to help you take off the gloves. Additionally, they have an absorbent piece of material on the back of the gloves to wipe away sweat.
However, where they fall down, to some extent, is in the quality. They are nowhere near the same quality as Castelli gloves. The stitching and finishing look a little crude. We, therefore, have to place a question mark over their potential longevity.
Consequently, you can’t expect the same quality. If you want a dedicated pair of cycling gloves, can put up with the color, and you have a limited budget, they could be a good buy.
- Ventilated gel padding.
- Finger loops.
- Absorbent rear wiping material.
- No color choice.
7 Louis Garneau Air Gel + Glove – Men’s
Louis Garneau makes a range of cycling apparel to include shoes, short jerseys, and gloves.
The Louis Garneau Air Gel + Gloves are another pair of well-made quality gloves. The stitching and finishing are superb — frankly, a bit of a contrast to the Peal Izumi gloves we’ve just reviewed.
The Louis Garneau gloves give you excellent grip and a high degree of cushioning against the vibrations of the road. If you’re doing long rides, backpacking, or touring, these are going to be hard to beat. That’s presuming you’re riding outside of the winter months as these are fingerless gloves.
As well as being grippy and cushioning the gloves are also very breathable. They have a patented design to help evacuate the moisture from the palm. The rear of the glove has a large area of breathable material too.
In the event of a crash, the gloves have suede material around the thumb and first two fingers to give you extra protection. Together with the thick Biogel padded palms, these gloves are as protective as any half-fingered road bike glove we’ve seen.
These are quality gloves through and through. The only criticism we can level at them is that there are no color choices. However, this, we can still live with.
- Patented breathable palms.
- High quality.
- Great grip.
- Excellent vibration dampening.
- No color choice.
8 Seibertron Dirtpaw Unisex BMX MX ATV MTB Racing Mountain
These are mountain bike gloves and are undoubtedly the best cycling gloves for winter we’ve reviewed.
They’re full-fingered gloves and are perfect for cycling in all but the very coldest of months. The cool thing, though, quite literally, is that they can also be used in summer. This is because even though they’re full-fingered, the material is very breathable.
The gloves offer high levels of protection should you be unlucky enough to crash. Exactly what you need in a mountain bike glove. The palms are double layered on the fingers with a kind of plastic layering. The backs of the gloves are treated with direct injection rubber. This serves as an extra layer of protection to the thumb and finger knuckles.
The fact is, mountain biking and spills go together. So, when you end up throwing yourself off your mountain bike, at least you’ve got a good pair of strong gloves to save your hands.
The Seibertron Dirtpaw gloves are reasonably well-made. However, the Velcro wrist fastener is a little small and flimsy. We would prefer it to be wider and also a little more substantial. Its small size, unfortunately, makes it a bit fiddly. Furthermore, after several uses, the Velcro doesn’t hold as well as we’d like.
Another change we’d like to see is the addition of some gel or any kind of padding on the palms. Although they’re double-layered, there’s no protection against vibration. This is an important omission.
More positively, the gloves can be used with touchscreen phones as the index finger and thumb have incorporated touch recognition. We’re sure you’ll agree, always a desirable feature.
- Touch recognition.
- High levels of protection.
- Can be used in summer and winter.
- No gel on palms to dampen vibration.
9 Scott Endurance SF Gloves
Scott Endurance SF gloves have excellent gel padding on the palms of the gloves. Down the lateral side of the glove, there is bio gel padding to protect the ulnar nerve and protect you against tingling fingers and carpal tunnel syndrome.
At the base of the glove, there is thick foam padding to protect you against handlebar palsy.
The gloves are every bit as well padded and protective as a pair of Castelli or Giro gloves. If you intend to do any distance riding, these are well worth considering. The word ‘Endurance’ in the title is a good indicator and description of where these gloves excel.
This is because a large proportion of their surface area on the back of the gloves uses their SCOTT Bonded Technology framework to help dissipate the heat.
The gloves come in a black and grey color combination. The rather dull choice of colors is quite honestly disappointing. When was the last time you ever saw a road cyclist riding in a black and grey jersey? Exactly! We’re all about exciting colors and flamboyance. They’re nice looking and well-made gloves, but the color leaves rather a lot to be desired.
Another weak point is the finger loops. We like finger loops on gloves because they do exactly what they’re meant to do. Sadly, the ones on the Scott gloves feel a little flimsy. They feel like they’re liable to tear if they’re pulled too hard.
- Excellent vibration dampening.
- Scott proprietary breathable fabric.
- Good quality.
- Good value.
- Finger loops could be better.
10 INBIKE Cycling Gloves Men Mountain Bike 5MM Gel Pad Shock
These are an inexpensive pair of half-fingered gloves. They’re available in a rather unimaginative choice of either red or blue.
This is a generous amount of padding and offers the rider a high level of hand protection against vibration.
They’re suitable for both use on the road and riding light trails in the warmer months. They are advertised primarily as a mountain bike glove. However, in our experience, if you intend to use your mountain bike off-road, we think you should consider a bike glove with more wrist protection.
The gloves are made with a combination of polyester and breathable mesh material. There is also a small covering of terry cloth on the thumb to wipe away sweat.
The INBIKE Cycling Gloves are reasonably well made for the price but are not up to the standards of some of the best cycling gloves we’ve already reviewed. If you’re doing a lot of long-distance riding, we don’t think these gloves will last.
More positively, we like the two tabs that help to pull the gloves on and off. We particularly like the pull-off tab. This seems to be a design that is slowly replacing finger loops. We prefer it. It’s just as easy to use but feels more substantial and is less liable to tear.
Another thing we like about the INBIKE Cycling Gloves is the Velcro fastener at the wrist. It’s nice and wide and feels strong enough not to fail in the glove’s lifetime.
The bottom line is that these are a very fairly priced glove and offer good levels of protection and features for the price.
- 5mm gel padding.
- Good integration of pull on/off tabs.
- Good Velcro fastener.
- Excellent value.
- Color choice.
11 Fox Racing Ranger Mountain Bike Gloves
The Fox Racing Ranger Mountain Bike Gloves are a full-fingered glove. They are both comfortable and lightweight. They are made from a combination of 50% Polyamide-Nylon, 40% Polyester, and 10% Polyvinyl-Chloride. The palms are made of an imitation leather whilst the fingertips have a silicone coating.
They come in a choice of four different colors. However, the truth is that it’s just a case of two shades of red and two shades of grey. Like the INBIKE gloves we’ve reviewed, it’s hardly an inspiring choice.
The good news though, is that these gloves provide excellent grip in just about any riding situation. The gloves are also reasonably breathable and offer some decent warmth in all but the coldest months. Although they’re not waterproof, they’ll still keep your hands dry in light showers and rain.
When the gloves are judged for protection against vibration and falls, they’re sadly found wanting.
The imitation leather padding on the palms is quite thin. Also, there is no special protection for your hands on the back of the gloves. If these are being used as mountain bike gloves, we’d expect more built-in protection in case of falls.
Additionally, there is absolutely no gel or foam padding on these gloves. They offer no help to prevent either carpal tunnel syndrome or handlebar palsy. They offer zero vibration dampening.
Although the gloves aren’t perfect, they’re a reasonable option if you don’t require high levels of vibration suppression. The gloves make perfect sense for riding light trails, outside of the winter months, at less extreme speeds.
- Good grip.
- Good value.
- No vibration dampening.
12 Giro Bravo Gloves
These are another well-made pair of half-fingered road bike gloves from Giro.
First of all, the color selection is outstanding. Something that has been sadly lacking from a lot of glove manufacturers. But something Giro has paid close attention to. Giro offers no less than 20 colorways.
Giro makes a range of differently priced gloves. The Bravo is in the middle of the range. The Jag is their entry-level bike glove, and Monaco, which we’ve already reviewed, is at the top of the range.
Despite the Bravo not being on the top tier, the quality of the glove and attention to detail is still very high. The stitching and finishing are as good as you’d expect to find from many of the greatest cycling gloves currently on sale.
We have every confidence that these gloves will last the test of time, survive brutal long rides, and punishing washing cycles in between.
The gloves are made from a combination of polyester, nylon, suede, and Spandex. They have 3mm gel padding on the palms. The padding is well-placed and works effectively to protect you from finger numbness, carpal tunnel syndrome, and handlebar palsy.
The gloves, due to the Spandex, have a stretchable quality to ensure a comfortable fit. The rear of the gloves uses a breathable material to further guarantee a pleasant ride.
The suede on the palm of the gloves and fingers helps to both protect your hands in the event of an accident and give you a solid grip. Even in wetter weather, the Bravo gloves don’t slip around on the bars.
- Wide range of colors.
- Very well-made.
- 3mm gel padding.
- Suede padding and protection.
- Wipe-cloth on the thumb is quite thin.
13 FIRELION Cycling Gloves Bike Bicycle Gloves
FIRELION Cycling Gloves Bike Bicycle Gloves are another full-fingered mountain bike glove.
One of the features that distinguish these gloves form all the others we’ve reviewed is that the FIRELION gloves have sufficient insulation to make winter riding possible. Even better, they’re also breathable, so consequently, they’re suitable for the summer months too.
These are well-made gloves that have good levels of protection in the event of an accident. The padding and reinforcement on the palms are excellent. However, there’s no extra protection on the rear of the gloves for the fingers.
These are great for most kinds of mountain biking and trail riding. But if you’re doing more extreme and high-speed riding, you should look for gloves with more protection at the rear of the gloves.
The gel padding to dampen down road vibration is adequate though it could be better. It will afford some protection, but we’d have liked to see a better quality and thicker application.
Even in the wettest and most severe conditions, these gloves are not going to slip.
More good news is that once you’ve finished your ride or you’re pausing for a rest, you don’t need to take off the gloves to use your phone. The thumb and index finger both have touch recognition material so you can operate the touchscreen on your phone. We like that.
- Well padded.
- Suitable in all weather.
- Good grip.
- Touch recognition material.
- Good value.
- Poor color choice.
- No small sizes.
14 Fox Head Ranger Gel Racing Mountain Bike BMX Gloves
Fox Head Ranger Gel Racing Mountain Bike BMX Gloves are similar to the Fox Racing Ranger gloves we reviewed earlier. One of the key differences, though, is that the Fox Head Ranger gloves have gel on the palms.
We’re sure you’ll all agree if you’re doing long rides, the addition of gel padding is a welcome one. A key criticism of the Fox Racing Ranger gloves was the lack of any dampening on the palms. The padding on the Fox Head Ranger gloves uses Trugel, which will help significantly to alleviate any potential handlebar palsy problems.
These are a well-made and comfortable pair of gloves. They’re also relatively lightweight and have an excellent Velcro fastening at the wrist. We also like them because they have silicone beaded fingertips to ensure a great grip regardless of the weather.
Happily, the gloves come in a good range of sizes and also a good range of colors. We’re not sure why some of the other Fox gloves come in such a poor range of both. No such problems with these, though.
One last positive is that the Fox Head Ranger Gel Racing Mountain Bike BMX Gloves also have a coating of touch recognition material on the thumb and index finger. This is a big plus for any full-fingered glove and is something we always look for.
- Good range of colors and sizes.
- Touch recognition material.
- Gel padding on the palm.
- Not breathable.
15 GEARONIC Cycling Shockproof Foam Padded Sports Full Finger Short Gloves
These are available in both full fingered and half-fingered varieties.
They are a fair-weather glove that is both breathable and comfortable to wear.
The gloves are made from faux leather. Since they also have foam padding on the palms, they offer plenty of protection to your hands in the event of an accident. The short-fingered version will obviously afford much less protection.
The gloves have some road vibration dampening, but it’s adequate rather than exceptional. The placement of the two foam pads at the base of the gloves could be better and thicker. We don’t think this covers you from handlebar palsy, as well as it should.
The positioning of the padding on the lateral part of the glove is better, though not perfect. You can subsequently expect much fewer problems with your ulnar nerve getting jangled about. We would still have liked to see an improved quality of gel or foam padding, though.
For use in the gym and so forth. As such, we think that the level of protection is not designed with cyclists’ needs fully in focus. We don’t think they give the hand sufficient protection during extended use. We’d also call into question how long they would last, particularly the foam padding, over a series of endurance rides.
On a more positive note, they’re inexpensive, they are reasonably grippy, and they come in a good range of sizes. Unfortunately, they only come in red, blue and grey. A bit underwhelming!
- Good accident protection.
- Poor vibration dampening.
Best Cycling Gloves Buying Guide
Vibration dampening is a must-have for most cyclists. Cycling for any length of time can leave you exposed to tingling and numbness in the hands and fingers. Potentially this can lead to much more serious issues such as carpal tunnel syndrome or handlebar palsy.
Not over-griping the bars and not putting too much of your weight on the bars can help to alleviate any problems. However, good form on your bike may not be enough on its own.
Good quality gloves will have hard-wearing gel or foam to the lateral part of the glove to protect the ulnar nerve. Additionally, and equally importantly, they will have well-placed padding on the base of the palm to prevent handlebar palsy.
Gel and foam padding can easily become ineffective on a low-quality pair of gloves. This is why it’s worth spending extra money on quality gloves if you intend to do a lot of high mileage riding. If this is not the case, then a less expensive pair of gloves would probably be adequate.
For high mileage road cyclists, we recommend gloves from any of the Castelli or Giro range. Alternatively, you could consider either Louis Garneau Air Gel or Scott Endurance gloves. If you’re doing less mileage, either INBIKE or PEARL IZUMI Men’s PRO Gel Vent Gloves are worth considering.
There’s no doubt that full-fingered gloves give better protection to your hands in the event of an accident than half-fingered gloves. This is because full-fingered gloves tend to be made from thicker material with more layers. To a large extent, it’s because they are designed to be warm for use in the colder months.
It’s also because if you’re a mountain biker, you’ll demand thicker full-fingered gloves, as the chances of coming off your bike are much higher than if you’re on a road bike. The best cycling gloves for mountain biking have extra reinforcement to the palms and also to the fingers. Often to the back as well as the front.
Full-fingered gloves are also usually longer to give better protection to the wrists.
For the very best in hand protection, we’d recommend the Seibertron Dirtpaw or the FIRELION Cycling Gloves.
Breathability is generally more of an issue with half-fingered gloves. His is because they are worn in the warmer months, and therefore overheating can become a problem. On longer rides, this can make for a very uncomfortable ride.
A lot of gloves have breathable materials, but the degree of heat dispersion can vary widely between gloves. The effectiveness of the glove’s breathability often comes down to the execution of the design.
If you’re riding long distances in warmer weather, we have no hesitation in recommending the Scott Endurance SF Gloves. For a full-fingered glove, when you’re riding in variable conditions, we’d recommend the FIRELION Cycling Gloves. These had a surprising amount of ventilation for a full-fingered glove.
Grip is imperative for a cyclist. For a mountain bike rider, this is even more so. Full-fingered gloves offer better grip than half-fingered gloves. This is why you see so many mountain bikers using full-fingered gloves. They, of course, also offer better hand protection that is also a big part of the equation.
Thick suede, leather or silicone beading are all excellent materials to help get extra grip. Where a good level of grip is high on the list of required features, we’d recommend either the Fox Racing Ranger Mountain Bike Gloves or the FIRELION Cycling Gloves.
If you need good grip whilst riding your road bike, and you want to wear half-fingered gloves, we’d recommend the Giro Monaco II Gel Road Bike Gloves.
Before We Announce Our Top Pick
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Back to cycling gloves…
Final Thoughts on The Best Cycling Gloves
So, there you have it.
The best gloves for you will very much depend on the kind of riding you’re doing. The length of your rides and the conditions you’re riding in will also come into the equation. You don’t need to spend a fortune to protect your hands, but we would urge you to wear gloves whenever possible.
Across the whole array of glove styles, there was one glove that impressed us and is our top pick.
We just love the…Castelli Arenberg Gel Bike Gloves.
The history of this brand is enough to get our vote. But other than this, you get a pair of high-quality, well-made, and hard-wearing gloves. These are gloves that will last and last.
Also, they protect your hands brilliantly against vibration and offer high levels of protection in the event of an accident. And if all of that is not enough, they are highly breathable, and you can throw looking super cool into the bargain.
Protect your hands. Then, enjoy your bikes and enjoy your rides.