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Protects Against Blisters & Reduces Vibration

Motocross and trail riders are all too familiar with blisters. They can tear up the hands of even the strongest riders. Blisters can make holding onto your handlebars a painful and sometimes dangerous experience due to loss of grip. They can single handedly take the enjoyment out of your ride, force you to take time off the bike, and more seriously, cause infection.

Knowing the debilitating effects of blisters, it was the goal of Risk Racing engineers to develop a solution that offered full coverage protection to the areas of the hand which are affected by intense friction, rubbing, heat and moisture.

Motocross racers, trail riders, and road racers alike can benefit from the Palm Protectors.

Full Coverage Protection

Palm Protectors are a very thin, protective layer offering full coverage protection of the palm as well as the saddle area between the index finger and thumb.

Palm Protectors offers full protection against blisters

Reduce arm pump

Reduce Arm Pump

The Palm Protectors also aid in reducing the dreaded “Arm Pump” by absorbing vibration transferred through the handlebars.

Wear Under Gloves

Worn under the gloves, riders don’t even notice the ultra thin Palm Protectors, but they do recognize the vibration reduction and much needed protection against blisters.

Wear Risk Racing Palm Protectors under gloves


Ultimate protection against blisters

Full coverage palm protection

Grip flange protection between thumb and forefinger

Ultra-Thin armor worn underneath gloves

Vibration reduction

What's Included

Risk Racing Palm Protectors
Palm Protectors Pair

  • Silicone Logos
  • Neoprene material
  • Available in 3 sizes (S/M, L, XL)

model # 00116
Recommended Hand Width: 3" or less

model # 00111
Recommended Hand Width: 3" - 3.75"

Extra Large
model # 00187
Recommended Hand Width: 3.75" or larger


California Prop. 65 WARNING:
This product can expose you to Bisphenol A, which is known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.