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OK don't laugh but I found this site and it has a couple of Street gloves in kids sizes.
I wear a small glove in womans but the fingers are always way too long. I have cut and sewn my recent ICON pair and they look terrible. My old pair I have for at least 10-15 years and they were toast so the quest to find gloves has not been the most successful. And I still catch my new thumbs in my visor.. Not short enough still.


Boy's mx gloves will fit so I think I am going to at least email these guys about the two sport ones. Also ask for plam and finger length.

I will go for the all black since they are kinda styled for the nickelodian crowd.

So if you have shorter fingers.

http://www.babybiker.co.uk/category.php?display-category=4
 

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are you saying I don't sew properly !!! If so you are very correct!

labor costs and all I thought I could try these. I don't know of any glove fitters. being leather it narrows down the tailors. scroll down to the carbon ones they look pretty hefty.
 

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This may also sound stupid, but draw a outline of your hand on paper and scan it, or fax it to them, make sure you put a scale on it. I had to do it years ago for a fitted glove... I used to Fence (yes with swords) for my state.

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Hehe, you have short fingers! We're all going to point and laugh now!

;) just kidding!

I'm finding that I'm having the opposite problem...I have to keep my nails trimmed fairly short, especially my right thumb, which seems to be the same size as the left, yet it is always pushed up against the end of the glove...guess b/c it's on the throttle....

I wear this pair of gloves though...thinking about trying some others on to see if they fit better, next time I make it up to my favorite motorcycle store.

http://www.motorcycle-superstore.com/1/2/47/1293/ITEM/Alpinestars-Womens-Stella-SP-3-Gloves.aspx
 

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I never got back to you gals, guys but I did get my gloves from Babybiker .com in England and the first ones were too long but the Customer Service was great and the exchange went well and now I have gloves I do not have to modify. They are really beefy also. I am having a hard time getting used to the gaunlet style is all.
 
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