I can only recommend the gloves that work well for me, or a memorable review I have seen. Others will always add what they think is better.
My main advice is to learn to NOT reach out with your hands when you crash, on dirt or pavement.
I started to unlearn my instinct to reach for the ground while falling in about 1969, when I was 10 years old, after injuring my hands several times from instinctive behavior, probably designed to grab for branches while falling out of a tree.
This reminds me of Mark Lawrence, who I do not always agree with, especially for his lack of safety gear and about airbags, but I still like his writing:
"I've owned 28 motorcycles to date - 12 Suzukis, 8 Hondas, 3 Yamahas, and 4 Harleys. I've been about 545,000 miles on motorcycles. I've been in every one of the 48 lower states, on a motorcycle, wearing shorts, t-shirt and sandals. For some strange reason, a lot of people seem to like to tell me I'm stupid for riding in shorts, t-shirt and sandals...I used to race dirt bikes in the Mojave desert, but under those conditions I wore somewhat more clothing.
I currently ride a Harley FLHRC Road King Classic and a Suzuki DL650 V-Strom.
I own California Scientific, the world leader in Neural Network based artificial intelligence. ...I don't make any money when you buy something from someone else."
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