How to get a racing glove is the next big thing in the racing glove business.
There’s a growing market for racing gloves.
And if you’re not already, then the sport of driving a car might just be the thing to get.
“The car industry is full of racing gloves and I think people are going to go into the race with these gloves,” says Michael Tovey, owner of Melbourne-based Toveys Racing Goggles.
“They’re really good and they are cheap, they’re waterproof, they last for a long time and they don’t rust or scratch.
Michael Tovex, owner and founder of Tovety Racing Goggle. “
They have this super-light, super-thin coating and they’re super-fast to wash and they really, really last.”
Michael Tovex, owner and founder of Tovety Racing Goggle.
Photo: Andrew Meares The main downside to racing gloves is that they’re pretty expensive.
But that can be solved with the purchase of a new pair of racing glove for under $50.
“If you’re looking for the best racing glove and you want to do it with the most protection, I think they’re a great option,” says Toveya.
He also recommends that people who aren’t racing or don’t own a racing vehicle use a racing motorcycle gloves, which are also cheaper, but still waterproof and durable.
If you are a racing driver, then you should also consider a racing helmet, which is waterproof, breathable and offers extra protection.
“If you can’t drive without a helmet, you might as well just go for a racing hat,” Toveyan says.
“It will give you more protection than the helmet, and it’s actually going to look better on you.
In terms of race performance, Toveylas advice is to be sure you’re wearing a helmet and gloves, but also to use the racing gloves on the road.”
You can get away with wearing them for a race but you might not be able to put them on for a casual weekend or for a family holiday,” he says.”
The race-focused gear Toveyras recommends includes a racing bicycle helmet, racing motorcycle helmet, gloves, gloves with racing logos, racing goggles and a racing handbag.””
For a lot of people, the gloves are just another piece of equipment.”
The race-focused gear Toveyras recommends includes a racing bicycle helmet, racing motorcycle helmet, gloves, gloves with racing logos, racing goggles and a racing handbag.
“The race is not just a competition, it’s about driving a motorcycle and you need to be ready to drive a motorcycle safely, which includes wearing safety gear,” Tovy says.
What’s more, the racing helmet and glove have different protection capabilities.
The racing helmet has a lower-impact foam pad that absorbs impacts and keeps you from getting too wet or scratched.
The racing glove has a foam-to-glass barrier that prevents the fingers from getting wet or the gloves from getting scratched.
“The race will always be the same, it’ll always be about safety,” Tvey says, explaining that there’s no real difference in the performance of a racing or a race motorcycle helmet.
“So, the race helmet will give the best protection for a longer period of time and the gloves will protect your hands for longer periods of time.”
You can also buy a race-specific racing gloves if you want something for your race bike, or if you prefer not to wear gloves at all.
“When I first started racing, I didn’t have gloves,” Tosty says of the gloves he got for $80.
“Then I started riding a race bike and they were really comfortable.
“But they’re really, very comfortable and they last a long, long time.””
But they’re really, very comfortable and they last a long, long time.”