Handcrafted with pride to uncompromising standards.
So cool, yet so warm. The incomparable Lee Parks Design DeerSports PCi gloves provide iconic good looks, legendary durability, and world-class performance and comfort in a crazy-wide temperature range (35°–75°F). They were the first motorcycle gloves on the market to feature the amazing Outlast phase-change lining. Being thin on the palm side allows them to feel almost like uninsulated gloves, and for those with heated grips, they actually absorb the heat and Outlast's conductive properties warm both sides of your hands, without burning your palms like unlined gloves can.
Proudly made in the USA.
NOTE: Prior to ordering, click on this Glove Size Chart to print off a sizing chart for your hands. These gloves run bigger than most brands, so don’t be alarmed if you’re either a small or medium in Lee Parks Design gloves.
The most comfortable gloves ever
Posted by Brad Schwandt on 8th Feb 2016
I've been riding street bikes for almost 40 years and have have had my fair share of gloves; everything from the old gauntlet winter gloves of the 70's to harley type fingerless gloves. These are probably the most comfortable biking gloves I've ever worn. The sizing was spot on to the website printout provided by the website. I've only worn them once since receipt, it was in the mid 40's and I only rode for about 45 min. They were good but I was expecting something a bit warmer. However I will admit that my hands are a bit sensitive to the cold and I purposefully didn't try them out while on my Street Glide w/ the heated grips. I rode on my naked Fat Bob at highway speeds so that was a good test...and the gloves passed. Expensive for sure but what the heck, I'm at the age that I can't take it with me so I might as well make sure my rides are enjoyable. I also bought some rubber over-gloves from Home Depot for those trips when I run into some long day rains. That will keep All the rain out as well as the wind. These will be great Three-Season gloves.
Best glove ever
Posted by Unknown on 4th May 2015
The gloves work as advertised. Hands stay warm when it's cold and stay cool up to 75 degrees. The long gauntlets are a plus, keeping cold air from seeping up the hands and sleeves. Well worth the price.
Posted by Don Coppock on 21st Jan 2015
Another great glove have worn these at 22 F with heated grips for 30 min rides. If these wear like my Lee Parks Tours which I have had for many years it will be good. Only 4 stars because of the high price.
Best motorcycle gloves I have ever worn.
Posted by Everett Jenkins on 11th Dec 2014
After riding 200 miles in 9 degree weather I started looking for warmer gloves. I found a lot of gloves but they were too bulky. I got a pair of Lee Parks with PCI and the problem was solved. I use them on all rides and they are comfortable. Very Good product.
Finally, Floves That Fit!
Posted by Rick Arthur on 3rd Dec 2014
My hands are fairly large, and I usually buy size 3XL. I have never found anything that wasn't too tight, until now. The #XL are very comfortable.
The quality of these gloves is amazing, nothing else even comes close. I mean NOT EVEN CLOSE!
Works well with heated grips
Posted by David Haynes on 17th Nov 2014
I've been looking at these for quite some time and finally purchased because I have a 120-mile round trip daily commute and winter's a comin'.
I've now used the DeerSports PCI gloves four days with temperatures as low as 23 degrees Farenheit and the gloves have generally kept my digits warm. The only time my fingertips got cold was when I turned north into a stiff 10-20-knot wind with my thermometer on the bike showing 24-25 degrees. I think with the addition of some larger wind spoilers to my hand guards these gloves will be good to around 20 degrees.
The gloves are very well made and are the most comfortable I've ever worn. I haven't yet ridden with them in the rain, so can't comment on how they'll handle that.
In general, the gloves have performed as described in the Lee Parks Design description and I'm looking forward to using these for years to come.