The G-Force G5 driving gloves are manufactured with premium quality Nomex and premium leather. The SFI 3.3/5 Approved G5 gloves feature a reinforced leather palm, leather reinforced knuckle pad and adjustable Velcro wrist closure. The G5 Racegrip gloves are lined with a flame-retardent fabric that wicks moisture away from your hands while still maintaining the lightweight and unique Racegrip feel.Features:
|Adult Glove Size Measurements|
|To find glove size in inches, measure around the knuckles while making a fist, excluding the thumb.|
|XX-Small||5-1/2 to 7''|
|X-Small||6-1/2 to 7-1/2''|
|Small||7 to 8''|
|Medium||7-1/2 to 9''|
|Large||8-1/2 to 11''|
|X-Large||10-1/2 to 13''|
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