Spidi Summer Glory Gloves
- Palm padding
- PPE motorcycle protective glove certified EN 13594: 2015Lev. 1
- CE: Protective motorcycle gear according to the (UE)2016/454 Regulation.
- Goat Leather, 0.6/ 0.8 mm thick, high fitting performance
- High resistant suede microfiber
- Punched mesh fabric
- Vented leather
Read on for more details.
We generally find Spidi gloves to fit a bit more snugly than major US brands, but this glove fits a bit larger so we find it to fit comparably to most US based brands such as Tour Master, FirstGear, Icon, etc. We suggest you buy the size you normally wear in gloves.
If you have no idea what size you wear, please see the following Spidi glove size chart and hand measurement instructions to help you choose a size.
Our Two Cents
The Spidi Summer Glory glove is a sharp look all black or natural leather street glove with vents on the back of the hand for summer comfort.
I love the feel of this glove except for one important thing: the Spidi logo on the back of the hand just below the knuckle is a metal molded piece and it is attached to the glove with two metal rivets. If you push on the logo against you hard, it HURTS! I can’t even image what it would feel like if you fell and hit the back of your hand on something hard. Sorry, I can’t recommend this one.
Note: The factory pictures for this glove don’t show the logo on the back of the hand I’m talking about, but the production gloves do have it. :: Paul, 06-17-19
Spidi says: The SPIDI Summer Glory are new, lightweight summer motorcycle gloves featuring a highly-abrasion resistant chassis that offers excellent feel and sensitivity on the throttle, clutch, and brake levers thanks to its use of 0.6 to 0.8mm goat leather. Each pair of Summer Glory gloves have a series of punched holes to allow airflow over the hand, keeping you cool and sweat free in summer.
The airflow vents are placed along the back of the hand and fingers and across the front of the fingers. The gloves have a velcro wrist closure to keep them firmly fastened when you need them most, with low-profile flex sections across the back of the hands and the thumb, index, and middle fingers.
There’s also an additional leather panel and padding across the palms for additional protection in a slide.