DeerSports® PCi

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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.

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  • 5
    RIding Gloves

    Posted by Joseph P. Scavitto on 7th Nov 2019

    Very comfortable, warm in about 40 degree temp. Covers over jacket sleeve to keep cold air out and fastens very well so the gloves won't fall off.

  • 5
    DeerSports PCI

    Posted by Fred Taht on 30th Oct 2019

    Hands down, the best pair of gloves I've ever owned. Immediatley felt broken in, extremely comfortable and incredibly well made. Closest feel on the controls I've ever had with a gloves on. Would give six stars if they were touch screen capable.

  • 3
    DeerSports® PCi

    Posted by Quinten Garber on 12th Oct 2019

    I bought these gloves about one month ago. The gloves are comfortable BUT not worth $205.
    I normally wear size Xl. Using the measurement diagram I ordered size large. The right hand fits great BUT the left hand is a little looser causing it to move and bunch up a little.. this can be irritating. The Outlast lining seems to be just a slight bit better than Goretex. Also the lack of being waterproof is a pain in the a@@ when on a long distance tour and you do not want to pull over.
    I would NOT buy these gloves again for the price, I would maybe but them if it were in the $100-130 range.

  • 5
    DEER SPORT PCi gloves

    Posted by jeff on 7th Sep 2019

    no break in needed, size is correct. they do get un comfortable when it's over 70 degrees. have to wait for winter to get here, i ride down into the 20's when there is no ice on the ground. they just feel so damn good. putting these things on is like sex for your hands!

  • 4
    Had this gloves for a while waiting for winter to arrive in Western Australia.Bought them for their extra length which work very well.Sizing was a little on the tight side and one glove was smaller than the other. Both issues have solved themselves a

    Posted by Rodney Block on 3rd Jul 2019

    Expensive in Australian dollars but worth it. Excellent glove for heated grips. Just needed more wearing in than my short deerskin gloves which are an excellent super comfortable,hot weather glove.

  • 5
    Most comfortable and high quality glove I've owned

    Posted by Chuck on 18th Mar 2019

    These gloves are extremely comfortable and allow great feel and control. The Outlast material works as advertised and the quality of the materials and stitching are the best I've seen. Definitely think they are worth the price and would recommend them to anyone.

  • 5
    Thank you

    Posted by Dean Ciuppa on 1st Dec 2018

    Love these ! Warm, comfortable. Was in an accident. Slid along the pavement. These gloves totally saved my hands ! Don't even want to think how messed up both my hands would be.

  • 5
    Colorado First Ride - Excellent

    Posted by Kim Ross on 11th Nov 2018

    I have a Ducati Multistrada with heated grips and the hand shields found on most ADV bikes. The gauntlet cuffs are ample and long, so they will cover well up the forearm on any jacket. There are cinch straps at the wrist, and the middle of the gauntlet cuff so you can close these up tight if you want to. These velcro cinches are easy to work with the glove on. The soft leather and relatively thin palm layer make for good dexterity on the controls.

    My first and only ride, so far, was in 40 - 55 F air temperature with sustained speeds up to 80 MPH. I had the grip heaters on low to mid setting and was completely comfortable - except I could feel a cold spot on the tip of my thumbs. Thumbs tips are not in contact with the grip heaters, and are most exposed to the wind. I think you would have to have electric gloves to cover that.

    I like these gloves a lot, and expect they will be all I need to go with my heated grips, and any weather that I would expect to ride in.

    If ordering these gloves, be sure to use the fitting guide that Lee Parks publishes on its web site. They explain that their sizing runs to a smaller size selection - and that was true for me. I usually take an XL glove, but the template indicated L, so that was what I ordered. As they also explained, even though this felt a bit tight out of the box, during this first ride, they stretched out and conformed to the point that I didn’t give them any further thought. I never felt hampered by these gloves… and the wind has stopped blowing up my sleeve!

  • 5
    My Favorite Winter Glove

    Posted by Steven on 23rd Mar 2018

    I needed new winter gloves and have wanted to try the Lee Parks because of the favorable reviews. Having used them now through the winter riding season (I live in south Georgia) I can attest to their comfort and warmth. Also, being able to feel the clutch and brake levers; hard to get any feeling of control with the bulky gloves I've had in the past. Fit for my medium sized hands was near perfect except for my short little fingers. The quality is superb. Highly recommended.