Best Motorcycle Gloves Under 150 Dollars

About Our Selections

When it comes to recommending gear, we consider everything from safety certifications to armor types and placement, quality of materials used, and everything in between. To make it on this list, a set of gloves has to provide the best protection for its price above all else, with considerations given to ventilation, intended riding style, natural and/or synthetic materials, and the like.

However, there is no "magic formula" that definitively says "These are the best gloves in the world bar none." These selections are made with educated opinions, sometimes even on-bike time with the gloves for a review, but we did our best to include everything from cruiser-specific gloves to track-day gloves that can take a 160+ MPH spill and keep your hand safe.

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Scorpion EXO Klaw II

Budget friendly all-rounders that achieve a balance of comfort and protection

Dainese Blackjack

Perfect for the neo-retro or cruiser rider, stylish without sacrificing protection

Rev'It! Sand 4

The Current King of ADV gloves. Simple as that.

Alpinestars SMX-1 Air V2

Lightweight and highly ventilated for the hottest of summer days

Klim Induction

Designed with heavy-duty ADV touring and true off-roading in mind, yet comfortable enough to be street casual gloves

Joe Rocket Windchill

Cool weather gloves that are fully stormproof to keep your hands warm

REAX Tasker Leather

Cruiser gloves through and through that have a '50s style aesthetic with modern protection

Alpinestars SP-8 V3

Designed for sport riders, but also works for pretty much every other style of riding

Alpinestars Andes V3 Drystar

When the open road or the muddy trail calls, these are the gloves you should be reaching for