AGV Sport Laguna Sport Gloves
Great look, great protection
These gloves fit great (sized properly), look awesome and provide great protection with excellent airflow. Padding in all the right places makes you feel safe and high quality leather/stitching means they should last a long time!
October 21, 2014
These gloves are an outstanding value. They seem well made with quality materials. What i noticed right away was how supple they are right out of the box. Little to no break in required. They also flow a good amount of air when on the bike. Another great AGV product. Revzilla shipping is outstanding AND they were on sale. :)
October 6, 2014
Great gloves, a little small.
Excellent style and features. The cuff can be fastened over the sleeve of a jacket or, if you pull it tight, they fit inside the sleeve. maybe a bit overkill for commuting, but really comfy, good air flow.
I ordered medium, which is what I wear in dress and work gloves, and they were really tight across the heel of my hand. Almost too tight, but they have stretched out enough to be comfortable.
July 14, 2014
A little big
I normally wear a large work glove, so I bought these in a large. These is a little space in-between my finger tips and the end or the glove fingers. Nothing major. Still love them. I know my hands are safe in them. My buddy who rides tried them and is thinking about buying his own pair.
May 22, 2014
Sweet gloves, love the carbon fiber knuckles.
I got these in red/black to match with my AGV Sport textile jacket in the same color scheme. They go great together!
It didnt take very long for them to break in, I wear a size M-L glove and I bought these in a size L and they fit like a glove, so the saying goes...
The carbon fiber knuckles are legit, I even tested them out by punching a cinderblock wall (I dont recommend you doing this :D ) and they held up and had good cushioning on the knuckles, i didnt get hurt.
I really can't say anything bad about these gloves, other than the ones i bought had some sharp leather edges inside on one of them, but sandpaper dulled it down fine.
May 12, 2014
Good feel, look the part of sports gloves
I read in Motorcyclist magazine that these gloves were a great value. As a newer rider, I have only ever worn Rev'IT street gloves, but wanted something with a gauntlet, so I gave these gloves a try. I don't have anything else to compare them to -- but after wearing them a lot, I know the things I will be looking for in my next set of gloves.
Overall, I am happy with my purchase. The gloves keep my hands cool and are not stinky after sweating in the gloves over a few days of riding plus two track days. I haven't crashed wearing these gloves, but the leather seems to be pretty good quality. The gloves are soft and provide good feel. They do not effect my range of motion.
I found the way the gloves closed to be a little strange. There is a velcro wrist strap that is about 3/4" wide. I had a lot of trouble keeping it closed, even though my wrists aren't very thick. I found the strap was too tight if I pulled it enough to secure to the other side of the velcro.
I also found the gauntlet closure to be a little strange at least compared to my wrist-length gloves. There are two flaps, that you "stack" and are secured by velcro. The purpose of the flaps seems to be to fit over a sleeve, but doesn't really secure the glove -- that is the job of the wrist strap.
In a rush, I have found that I have failed to secure the gloves, and the straps are flapping in the wind.
Final complaint -- after wearing these gloves my hands have the impression of the inner seams. It isn't painful, but it is very weird looking. The attached photo is after drinking a half cup of coffee once removing the gloves.
I would recommend these to a friend, but I can't offer a comparison to more expensive gloves.
September 26, 2013
Great glove, great price, needs better stitching
I got this glove after 3 failed Cycle Gear/Sedici gloves (those pseudo-Italian ones). They were the same price and looked like they had great features.
Features/Style: I really like the knuckles and the double cuff with the hard slider/impact things. I also really like how they look. They look like cool sports gloves, which is what you want on a sport bike.
Comfort: They are quite comfortable, but I found that in the beginning, something in the glove was cutting in to the outside of my left wrist. There was something sharp there, but I couldn't figure it out. I snipped it as best as I could with scissors, and taped over with good ol' duct tape. Never looked back since.
Durability/Protection: I can't speak for protection (thankfully), but the durability could have been better. On the whole, they're pretty good, but I found that my left hand index finger stitching was coming undone, perhaps because of lots of clutch work. I restitched it myself because it's my only pair of gloves and I don't feel like sending it in and dealing with warranty, but they do come with a 1 or 2 year warranty (not sure which) which is quite nice. Could have just done with better stitching on the fingers, but it's a minor gripe.
Air Flow: Air flow is pretty good, but I found that the vents on the top are pretty much only there for style, doing little in the way of airing out your hands. However, the perforated fingers flow MASSIVE amounts of air. If you just stick your fingers out directly into the wind, you can feel the glove fill up with air. Pretty cool, but it doesn't do as much when your hands are on the grips... Overall, pretty decent ventilation, but nothing amazing. They vent enough that it still gets really cold when you're riding sub 65 degrees F.
Fit: Lastly, they fit a bit large. I was wearing those Sedici ones from Cycle Gear which Revzilla would probably describe as an "Italian cut" meaning that they fit pretty slim and snug. I like that fit and was somewhat sad that these were a bit bigger. However, the comfort does make up for it and they feel quite sturdy. If you want a tighter fit, order a size down. I fit medium "italian" gloves and I bought medium here. Should have bought a small.
September 10, 2013
Good for the money
Got these gloves a few weeks ago. GP style gloves for under $100. Had to break them in as the cowhide will stretch to fit your hand. The method I used was to get them wet and go out for a ride to get them to finish stretching for a custom fit and dry to size.
I did get into a 30+ mph low side on the street and ground down the top of the glove. Held up great and no hand damage. I will replace these gloves as the did use up some of the protection reserve during the slide. I will say I think these are going to be a 1 and done type of glove, but even a $200 A-Stars can be that way.
August 12, 2013