I bought a perforated leather glove, an item that I have been secretly interested in for many years.
How many times have I bowed my head to the main store staff and tried them on?
In the past, I was reluctant to use leather with holes as a material, but when I looked at it as a tool, it gradually became more attractive.
The adjustable belt on the wrist not only improves the fit, but also plays an important role in preventing the glove from coming off due to being pulled by the asphalt in the event of a fall.
Suede leather is sewn into the required areas on the palm side to compensate for leather deterioration due to friction.
It is lined with a thin sponge for safety and to reduce fatigue during riding.
Am I the only one who sees the cross-stitch that presses down on the sponge as if it were a tool?
If you look closely, you can see some ventilation holes on the sides of the fingers, and these ventilation holes and suede cross-stitch put an end to my material desires.
It's been a while since I've worn a brand new glove, and the brand new leather has a firmness to it, and it's been a while since I've had a fresh feeling when I put my hands on it.
Non-cotton gloves fit tighter than winter gloves that have a voluminous feel with batting, and you can directly feel the feel of the leather.
Push your fingers in one by one, clench your fists tightly, and force the leather of the 28 joints to blend in, making it fit evenly on both hands, and you will feel a comfortable tension.
The atmosphere is unstable all over the country these days, but it seems that the lingering summer heat will be severe for a long time this year as well.
The perforated leather, which allows you to clearly feel the passage of the wind, seems to be still useful.