Carpal tunnel syndrome happens when the median nerve running from the forearm into the palm is pressured and squeezed at the wrist. The nerve sense sensations into the hand and impulses to small muscles in a number of areas. The median nerve in the carpal tunnel area can become compressed when it is overused or traumatized. Carpal tunnel syndrome can be mild, moderate, or even severe. At best, it is uncomfortable. When you think of carpal tunnel syndrome, you most often attribute it to someone sitting at a desk typing for too long with bad posture. But the affliction can settle in with many others as well. Even motorcycle riders. When you ride your motorcycle, do your hands ever get numb? That could be from the bike’s vibration, but it also could be the onset of carpal tunnel syndrome. Here are a few ways motorcycle gloves can combat, prevent, and help cure carpal tunnel syndrome in motorcycle riders.