Level 1 KP certifiedAccording to the EN 13594:2015 standard
- Added stretch for comfort
- Additional protection
- Sportive design
This unprecedented level of comfort is achieved by combining a unique mixture of materials. As the palm is made entirely out of abrasion, tear and cut-resistant leather, the upper hand of the glove is constructed of neoprene and softshell, which provides not just a snug feel but also great freedom of movement. Whether you ride a scooter, BMX, or a naked sport bike, there will be hardly anyone who will not fall head over heels in love with the comfort these gloves once you’ve tried them on. At first glance, this might look like a basic glove but looks are deceiving. This is a fully certified pair of motorcycle gloves, ready to take on any journey.
Although they’re not 100% waterproof, the softshell fabric will shed off rain, keeping your hands dry and comfortable most of the time. All the protection features are neatly integrated on the inside of the glove. You hardly see it, but it’s all there. There’s an injected knuckle protector, an extra layer of PWR|Shield (the fabric technology that redefined the standard in motorcycle denim) underneath the leather palm, and Temperfoam® material underneath the knuckle, at the fingers, palm, and thumb.
Thanks to the Connect Finger Tip, you will never have to take your gloves off again to make use of your phone of navigation system, as you can easily operate with your index finger. The Spectrum gloves are a strong and attractive choice for three-season riding, and possibly four seasons in urban areas.
AdjustabilityAdjustment strap at wrist
The hook-and-loop adjustment strap at the wrist allows for optimum adjustability and fit when using our gloves. Find the ideal tightness and comfort every time it is used.
Stretch fabric on back of hand
Thanks to its unique close knit weave pattern Tricot is smooth on one side, while sporting texture on the other side. This makes it sturdy and soft—ideal to use in a comfortable and durable liner that will hold its shape for a very long time.
FeaturesConnect Finger Tip
Never take off your gloves again to answer your phone or navigation system. The connect fingertip has been specifically designed to operate touch screens.
Grip panel at palm
This part at the inside of the knees gives you extra grip for ultimate control in the corners. It also protects the leather from wear and tear.
Fasten the pull tab at the cuff and cold wind is prevented from entering the sleeve, keeping your arms in the comfort zone
ProtectionInjected flex knuckle
This knuckle protection is injected in the upper material which makes it very flexible and abrasion resistant. Due to its structure it ventilates very well while keeping you safe.
PWR|Shield at palm
PWR|Shield is created with a unique knit technique which results in a fabric with unsurpassed cut, tear and abrasion resistance levels. This product is equipped with PWR|Shield at the palm.
Temperfoam® finger knuckles
The self-contouring foam is used in areas where mobility and fit are a must, like the finger knuckles. Temperfoam® comes in a solid version as well as a perforated version.
Temperfoam® palm slider
Temperfoam® thumb knuckle
Outer shell materialArtificial Leather
A sythetic version of leather with a similar look.
Another type of stretch fabric, Automan is used to maintain protection while riding, but with a form-fitting and elastic silhouette that maximizes comfort.
Goatskin with WR finish
Tanned leather made from goatskin is considered extremely durable, and is often used for gloves and other products that require a soft hide. Goatskin with a WR finish has undergone a process that makes it water-repellent and soil-resistant. The WR coating is bonded to the fabric at the molecular level, enhancing the material's natural water-repellence and soil-resistance, without altering how the fabric looks, feels, or breathes.
Neoprene is a synthetic rubber useful for protective gear. It is abrasion-resistant, chemical-resistant, waterproof, somewhat stretchable, and buoyant.
PWR|Shell sublimated stretch