HiLine Leather Glove

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**Note: These gloves are unisex. Follow the highlighted "Men's" measurements for best fit.
  • We took our HiLine collaboration with Mechanix and improved it to have the perfect blend of durability and flexibility.  We met the team at Mechanix Wear because they were Kitsbow customers. They asked when we were doing gloves again. The next step was obvious.


    • All Mountain
    • Cross Country/Race
    • Damp Climate
    • Mild Climate
    • Warm Climate
    • Cold climate

Mechanix & Kitsbow HiLine Leather Glove

Our HiLine Leather Glove uses the best leather Mechanix could find for riding bikes. With Mechanix's experience in making all types of gloves, they knew just what to do when we wanted to make a more durable, still supple riding glove.

With a fashion form-fitting wrist strap to firmly place the glove on the hand, and a durable protection pad on the palm, the leather we used for this glove will form to your hand over time. 

Fabrication & Features

  • Mechanix goat leather chosen for optimal comfort and performance
  • Reinforced strength mesh fourchettes (the panels between the fingers) with vents for added airflow 
  • Extra knuckle protection
  • Velcro wrist for precise closure and added breathability when open
  • Unmatched touch screen compatibility 
  • Improved leather to avoid dye bleed through
  • Extra pad on outer palm for optimal comfort/confidence when you need it

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4.8 Based on 5 Reviews
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shawn n.
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They Run a bit Big

Nice Gloves. They are pretty warm so good for winter days. I have worn Mechnix gloves to ride for years and these were a bit swankier than most of those. Not sure of the bottom Velcro latch yet. I like the styling and fabrics and color. The hand pads are different from most layouts which feels weird. The fingers are a bit longer than most gloves I have used. I would order a size smaller than you usually go. My biggest issue is that they are different from most gloves and may take some getting used to. Worth the money for sure.

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Great gloves

It has been perfect, warm yet maneuverable— a huge improvement over my previous pair of gloves

Michael M.
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HiLine Gloves

Great glove! Have high quality materials and construction. Perfect fit. This is a good glove for cool/cold weather.

Nick Z.
United States United States
Awesome gloves!

I'm three rides in on these gloves and very impressed. I'm in New England and it's been in the low 40's for these gloves and they've been enough to keep me warm (once I warm up of course). Fit is good, quality feels out of this world! Hope they last as long as my original Kitsbow gloves have!

Tom H.
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NO DYE BLEED! And Softer leather? With other improvements

I was skeptical about giving Kitsbow's Mechanix leather glove a try after having the previous version 'crock', which is what Kitsbow's Customer Service said caused my blue hands... When I asked their Customer Service about this new glove, they said they couldn't guarantee no crocking (something about pH of skin?) but they received the best test results they could have hoped for when testing these new gloves for crocking. As the title says, "no dye bleed"! My hands were not blue! And the leather somehow seemed softer. Which is crazy, because I thought the other leather was pretty soft. Kitsbow also updated the palm pad on these gloves, with a more ergonomic shape. They also eliminated the thread from the palm pad (not sure why it was there in the first place?) which has gotten rid of some of the stray threads that would dangle out by the palm pad. It looks like they color matched their Kitsbow to the rest of the blue on the glove, too! Way to go! I'm not sure if there were any other significant changes (I think the thread color is slightly different on the palm pad?) but these gloves definitely feel like an improvement over the previous version. 5/5 Kitsbow! Keep it up!


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