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Product: ZRP

Brand: TRUCK Gloves

June 22, 2021

Bottom Line

Get yourself a pair of the NEW Truck Gloves ZRP! Save 15% with code UTAHOUTSIDE15. Truck ZRP gloves are my new favorite for mountain biking. With top shelf features and quality at a ridiculously low price, there’s no reason for me to wear anything else going forward. Plus it’s always best to support a local company who is creating jobs and contributing to Utah’s economy.

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Field Notes

This biking season, I’ve had the Truck ZRP gloves on several rides from Moab to the Uinta Mountains. From day one to now, I’ve been impressed at the quality of these gloves considering their affordable price. The goat skin leather is very soft and supple. From the palm to my fingers, the gloves fit my hands like… well… a glove.

Truck’s Velcro strap is big and beefy. So far it has not failed me.

Despite being full-fingered, leather gloves, the ZRP are remarkably cool. Even on hot rides in the desert when temperatures pushed 100 degrees, my hands never felt too sweaty. This breathability no doubt is fueled by the very lightweight material on the back of the hand.

The pads are strategically placed on the palms and heel of the hand for cushion against handlebars. I’ve found many mountain biking gloves overdo the padding, but the ZRP provides all I need for a comfortable ride.

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testing environment

Dead Horse Point State Park near Moab - desert singletrack. Uinta Mountains and Park City - mountain singletrack.


  • Very affordable at only $28
  • Local Utah company
  • High quality
  • Breathable backing
  • Strategically-placed padding
  • Beefy Velcro strap


  • Touchscreen use with conducive thumb is unreliable. I usually just take the glove off to use my phone. Could be the screen protector that's at fault. More testing needed.