I never gave that a thought. They are really loose. Thanks for that adviceJust to make sure you're fully aware, one of the prerequisites for moto gloves is retention. They need to be secure so they don't come off when you're sliding down the road. If you're going to use the welding gloves, consider attaching a velcro strap that you can snug down so they stay where you need them in the event of an unplanned dismount.
Held Summertime 2 great gloves, so comfortable.I like gloves that are armored and comfortable , have four pairs , summer perforated , rain , and 2 pairs winter . keep at least two of these on bike to have to handle the conditions I expect that day . I see people all geared up but no gloves and think wow. we need our hands . think people. and my perforated gloves are in need of replacement .