Motorcycle Glove Leather V1 This item was sourced on www.MFG.com as one of the items in an RFQ in USA for Gloves Very high quality leather and suede motorcycle gloves with conductive thread (supplied by Buyer). Main glove is similar to typical motorcycle gloves including armor on the knuckles and protective padding/materials throughout. Conductive Thread is embroidered/sewn in a simple pattern on outer fingertips of gloves. The thread is also in the glove liner from fingertips to back of hand in specific pattern. There are 9 conductive thread paths (1 for thumb, 2 per finger = total 9). Each path touches only one conductive finger/thumb point. Please see pictures for clarification. On glove wrist, do not sew top of back of liner closed (otherwise the glove must be complete). Notes: The goal is to create a glove where each finger point may receive an electrical signal from the corresponding point on the back of the glove. The conductive thread paths must not touch each other The conductive paths must run on the back side of the glove liner Please ignore - E) Control Box on back of box H) Index Finger Side Buttons F) LED Light Edits - O) Exposed Conductive thread locations are not pads References to all wires are references to conductive thread (instead) **Buyer will require a completed sample (for quality review) before awarding contract** **Supplier must have extensive experience creating high quality motorcycle gloves** Part Part Number: 1325542062376 Material: Leather Material Grade: Technical Specifications Category:Gloves Dimensions0.0 x 0.0 inch Annual Usage:25000.0 The following suppliers (machine shops, fabricators, casters, molders, 3D printing, CNC machining, etc.) provide manufacturing services for the machine tool industry, automotive industry… For more information visit www.MFG.com. MFG.com analyzes all engineered parts and RFQs for improved manufacturability and to ensure quality and a quick quoting experience. Gloves: A glove is a garment and fashion accessory which covers the hand of a human. Gloves have separate sheaths or openings for each finger and the thumb; if there is an opening but no covering sheath for each finger they are called "fingerless gloves". Gloves serve to protect and comfort the hands of the wearer against cold or heat, physical damage by friction, abrasion or chemicals, and disease.