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The Cortech Latigo RR Gloves
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Cortech Latigo RR 2 Gloves
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Cortech Latigo RR Gloves
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Cortech Latigo RR Gloves


  • Grade A leather backhand and gauntlet with perforated leather forchettes
  • Supple abrasion-resistant leather palm and thumb is covered with a second layer of reinforced leather with Kevlar interlining in palm area
  • Silicon printed anti-slip throttle guard and fingertips
  • Palm area also has padded rubber for additional comfort, shock absorption and protection
  • TPU molded polyurethane knuckle and finger protection, with dense foam wrist and gauntlet armor
  • Padded rubber protectors on back of thumb for extra protection
  • Pre-curved palm and fingers combine with finger expansion panel to reduce hand fatigue and improved dexterity
  • VELCRO® brand closures wrist strap with rubberized puller, adjust accordingly
  • Protective gauntlet cuff with a rubberized gauntlet strap puller for ease of operation
  • Perforated leather keeps hand comfortable in high temperatures
  • Soft, moisture wicking, brushed fleece interior lining

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black / XS 773338 8391-0105-03 Out of Stock
Black/Black / SM 773339 8391-0105-04 Out of Stock
Black/Black / MD 773340 8391-0105-05 Out of Stock
Black/Black / LG 773341 8391-0105-06 Out of Stock
Black/Black / XL 773342 8391-0105-07 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 2XL 773343 8391-0105-08 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 3XL 773344 8391-0105-09 Out of Stock
Black/Black / 4XL 784343 8391-0105-10 Out of Stock
Blue/White / XS 773331 8391-0102-03 Out of Stock
Blue/White / SM 773332 8391-0102-04 Out of Stock
Blue/White / MD 773333 8391-0102-05 Out of Stock
Blue/White / LG 773334 8391-0102-06 Out of Stock
Blue/White / XL 773335 8391-0102-07 Out of Stock
Blue/White / 2XL 773336 8391-0102-08 Out of Stock
Blue/White / 3XL 773337 8391-0102-09 Out of Stock
Blue/White / 4XL 784342 8391-0102-10 Out of Stock


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Cortech Latigo RR Gloves 4.5 5 110 110
Great gloves My 2nd pair of Cortech gloves. The first pair were accelerators that lasted 3 years ~20k miles. I bought these because they provide wrist protection. They are comfortable and fit well. Air flow is average. September 28, 2015
Review after one year. I have had these gloves for over a year. I bought the 4xl as I have very large, long hands. I had to even stretch them a bit putting a lot of stress on the stitching etc. After a year of use with a 1 hour commute these goes are holding up very nicely. Still nice and flexible. No signs of wear. Velcro is still good. I highly recommend these. July 5, 2015
Great gauntlets for the price I really like these for their protection, price, and features. After about a month of use I tore the seam around the inside of my thumb but some seam-sealer took care of the tear. I'd consider most gloves/gauntlets to be disposable gear that wears out fast, but after most of a riding season these have held up. Buy these gauntlets over any equally priced glove. June 17, 2015
Great Bang for the buck! The small wrist straps were too short and never worked, so I cut them off. The big velcro patch is starting to fray a little bit. But overall great fit, with great air flow. your can't beat this gauntlet style glove for this price June 6, 2015
Good fit, but really poor quality control I have two pair of these, both suffered from the same issue of extremely poor seam allowance on the fingers causing the panels to come apart. Fixed with bits of athletic tape, so the gloves are still functional (barely), but absolutely wouldn't buy another pair again. You really do get what you pay for with these. May 24, 2015
perfect fit. size true This was a gift. User is completely pleased with both fit and performance. May 4, 2015
Pretty good really nice racing gloves, also the style is pretty sweet and it has pretty neat features plus it gives me confidence in case i needed it, i live in the middle east and it's hot in the summer ill have to put them on the shelf till it gets colder, sizing is a bit bigger than the chart and i can't feel any airflow at all is my only grip. 2008 YFZ-R6 April 30, 2015
I love these gloves! The price is unbelievable and these gloves feel broken in right out of the box!!! They are true to size. March 23, 2015
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Cortech Latigo RR Gloves
Already Asked: 8 Questions, 74 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Orin P: I returned this gloves and got the scorpions SGS short cuff gloves. Oct 23, 2015
Sandy L: Track newbie and don't want to spend too much on my first track day. Aug 4, 2015
michael c: love these gloves now after e few rides. comfortable, fit my hand . stitching is solid, no loose threads, cool for the summer, not meant for cool weather riding, but excellent for warm weather. would buy again. Jul 20, 2015
Kevin W: Decent full gauntlet gloves for the Mrs. Apr 9, 2015
Jeremy W: I was just looking for a good pair leather gauntlet gloves and i saw the cortech latigo and the color scheme i was looking for. I did a little research and watched and read some reviews and everyone seemed very pleased with them, so i decided to give them a shot.. Mar 23, 2015
Paul m: Most protection for the money. Mar 15, 2015
Michael L: Great cost vs features. Mar 14, 2015
Emmanuel A: Safety and Style Good Price. Feb 22, 2015
V. J: price for protection Feb 3, 2015
Timothy E: Needed gloves that actually fit me. Feb 2, 2015
T A: Nice, lightweight glove with good protection. One of the best gloves in this price range that I have found when you do not need winter or water proof. Jan 25, 2015
M A: The reviews from customers and Anthony's video on YouTube. Besides have always trusted any and all products sold by Revzilla. Dec 28, 2014
ronal a: for the track Dec 2, 2014
samer s: PERFECT PRODUCT Nov 28, 2014
Robert K: Value, safety features. Nov 28, 2014
Anthony C: Needed a nice gauntlet glove with good reviews, bought some liners so I can wear them through the Florida winter Nov 20, 2014
Abel L: I wore out my leather gloves and needed to replace them Sep 10, 2014
Anthony A: Shopped for an upscale glove cuz I just upgraded to a Yamaha FZ6R. My other gloves are not adequate to make me feel safe. These seemed to be in that "sweet spot" between basic street gloves (Low protection) and full race type gloves (Expensive). I'm looking forward to trying them out. I'll report more after the test. Aug 21, 2014
Tim S: Features/protection provided for price Aug 19, 2014
Thaddeus J: I chose to purchase these based on the high level of protection offered at a price point that matched some other "shortie" gloves. I find the gauntlet glove to be preferable to my riding style. The video reviews and breakdowns are always a plus and make me feel more confident in my purchase. Aug 11, 2014
Olexiy K: Makes riding easier, after plenty of hours on these gloves they are still holding strong. Aug 8, 2014
Miles M: Seemed Like the best quality and protection for the money Jul 24, 2014
Dash C: They look like solid gloves that will be fully protective in the event of an accident. Jun 30, 2014
Robert T: Good name and low price. Jun 26, 2014
Rodrick H: The video review with Anthony sold me. Jun 3, 2014
Andrew F: Good reviews and lots of armor. I like these a lot so far now that I've broken them in. Jun 2, 2014
Chris F: Features, price and FREE SHIPPING! May 13, 2014
A R: This Glove gets good reviews on several websites. Revzilla Cash made it the best deal going. May 6, 2014
William N: Cost effective and very comfortable. Armored and a gauntlet style. I could probably find a better fitting glove but for now these will suffice. May 5, 2014
He L: Dem reviews Apr 29, 2014
Dave A W: Track ready with low price Apr 18, 2014
Damen P: Quality gloves from a company I trust... and they match my Latigo jacket perfectly :) Feb 9, 2014
Alexander K: These gloves have an impressive level of protection for a good price. I've also bought Cortech products in the past and was happy with them. Jan 5, 2014
Nigel P: Wanted a good gauntlet glove that offered adequate protection (since i've recently broke an arm) with a reasonable price tag plus they're actually not bad looking either i'm mean there no dainese but they're definitely worth considering Dec 20, 2013
Steven B: A lot of glove for a good price. Perfect for aggressive street riding and commuting. Dec 19, 2013
Steve O: The product demo on Revzilla's website was very descriptive and in-depth. Then I noticed the same model at a bike shop in San Diego for 99.99-Once again couldn't pass up on the free shipping and no tax at Revzilla.(Too easy!) Dec 14, 2013
Chad A: These gloves seem to bridge the gap usually found when trying to find gloves that provide good protection, longevity, and an affordable price tag. The review done by RevZilla was excellent, and if the gloves live up to that depiction they should be great. Dec 1, 2013
Miguel C: The price and protection Oct 5, 2013
S T: Needed new gloves with more protection and Anthony recommended it as being protection and comfort laden at a very reasonable price. So far they work well and are comfortable. Sep 12, 2013
Maurice B: The video was very informative and the price was right. Aug 22, 2013
A s: I wanted more protection than the gloves I currently have, these seem to be really good gloves, especially at this price point. We will see once they arrive. I have had these for a few weeks now, I really like them, the feel good even on the hottest days.
Just bought another pair for my son.
Aug 19, 2013
Aleksei P asked: How are these in the heat (85+ degrees)? Feb 2, 2015
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Lorien F: They are too warm in the heat. I live in northern California where the temp changes a fair amount during the day into night, and usually have two pairs of gloves with me, those and a lighter pair. I love them and need a warmer pair regularly, but I barely break them out in the middle of summer. Feb 3, 2015
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Aleksei P: Thanks! I'm in NarCal as well - and looking for a full gauntlet to replace my short cuff mesh gloves. Which ones do you use in summer? Feb 3, 2015
Johnathan R: These were my gloves in Arizona (dry heat) and still work for me in Virginia (Humid heat) after 2 + years. Works well in both as long as you are riding. Stop and go traffic, you will start to sweat a little. I would rather be protected and a little hot than comfortable with very little protection (mesh). I have these in White/Red/Black. Probably builds up more heat in black... hope this helps Feb 2, 2015
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David Y: I haven't had an issue with heat in California at those temperatures. Its quite ventilated for me. I however dont ride long durations in the heat. I have taken them to the track for all day sessions And haven't complained. Feb 3, 2015
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David Y: I haven't had an issue with heat in California. Its quite ventilated for me. I however dont ride long durations in the heat. I have taken them to the track for all day sessions And haven't complained. Feb 3, 2015
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Dan W: I ride in Southern California (Ventura, LA, etc). They are pretty good as long as you are moving - flow plenty of air. Stopped they do get hot... Feb 2, 2015
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Ryan M: Ive worn these gloves in temps as low as 40 and as hot as 95+ the air flow through them is great! Feb 2, 2015
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Hervey W asked: Based on the sizing chart and a tape measure, I'm right between size 9 and 10. Normally I would go with a medium size glove.
Should I go smaller and assume the glove will stretch a little as it breaks in, or just go to the larger size?
Jan 12, 2014
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Charles G: I wear the 10s. They are a bit tight around the elastic/strap area just before the cuff, but that's the design with the double closer. They shouldn't come off in an accident. Other than that... when new, they were snug in the fingers and loosened up over time. Check Revzilla's return policy in case you order one size or the other and aren't happy with them. A return shouldn't be a problem. I've heard good things about their Customer Service. I may have to reconsider another pair myself. After almost two years, the tips of the thumbs are starting to degrade. Good luck! Jan 13, 2014
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Joe C: Harvey,
When I bought these gloves my hand measured for size large according to the sizing chart. So I bought the large and the fit was tight, but over time the glove will reshape and conform to fit well. Gloves are supposed to be snug anyway. I would recommend them. To speed up the reshaping process ride with the gloves wet ( In summer of course).
Jan 12, 2014
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Richard P: I was also between sizes and opted for the smaller, where I to do it again I would go a size up. They do stretch a little but it's pretty thick leather and the stretch is minimal and I found my hands fatigued a lot sooner as a result. Other than that they are great gloves and very well built. Hope that helps. Jan 13, 2014
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Christopher B: Go with a the smaller size I went a size up and they ended up being too big and get caught on the controls. Jan 27, 2014
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Jeremy B: I normally wear a large and these fit great in size large. They break in a bit, but not a half size. Jan 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: How do these gloves do with rain? Sep 25, 2014
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Jeremy B: These gloves are made of unlined, perforated leather. They soak up rain quite well. Sep 25, 2014
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Jose Francisco L: Dry-wheather my friend. Oct 8, 2014
Liam I: Dry-weather only. Sep 25, 2014
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A S asked: I am looking to start doing some track days and have never been to a track before. would these be sufficient protection to use? Feb 27, 2014
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Gary S: I got these gloves for a track day. I do use them for just riding
on the street. I would say they are a good starter glove for track days.
Feb 28, 2014
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michel m: I actually do track days. I purchased those for the road by would not be scared to use them on track. Feb 28, 2014
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Joe C: Yes. Especially for beginner and above. Feb 28, 2014
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Dmitrii C asked: Hi. I my size is exact 9.
Should i stay with size 9 for using these coldkillers undergloves?
Or i should go a size up?
Oct 21, 2013
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James F: I normally wear a size XL. I purchased a size large based on Cortech's size chart and the fit is perfect. Perfect as in like a second skin but yet flexible. I've thought about using a liner for added warmth during the cold seasons but really doubt it will work as the fit is pretty snug already. If your looking for something to keep yourself warm during the cold seasons but yet still has the good protection, try looking into the Cortech Scarab. Oct 21, 2013
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Christopher B: Dmitril,
I am not sure what you mean, but it sounds as though you are intending to use an underglove with these to keep your hands warm. The gloves are an amazing fit, and with in a few uses will form fit to your hands. They have just enough give so I suspect they should work at your usual size. But i really have no way of knowing.
Oct 21, 2013
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Dmitrii C: Oh, sorry i haven't made myself clear. Yes i want to use undergloves with theese latigo RR gloves. Oct 21, 2013
Ronald Scott H: I don't think I would try to use an underglove with these. The fit is a race fit and I think the fingers would be too tight for comfort and flexibility with undergloves. Oct 21, 2013
A shopper asked: Will the cuff fit easily underneath more agressive jackets with zippered cuffs. Specifically I have the Alpinestars Jaws in mind. Mar 11, 2013
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RevZilla: For the most part, gauntlets gloves are not designed to fit underneath of any sport/race jacket. Even if the gloves fit, there's usually bunching underneath of the sleeves which is uncomfortable and also looks silly. As an alternative option, Try a short cuff glove like the REV'IT! Curb Gloves. While you sacrifice some overall coverage, the knuckle and finger coverage remains intact! Mar 11, 2013
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ShanghaiDan: Most likely not. It's a big gauntlet. Typically you want the gauntlet over the jacket end anyway, as in a slide it helps keep the wrist opening of the jacket from getting snagged and pulled up your arm. Mar 18, 2013
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Robnyc636: Probably would, the wrist cover is slim. Apr 3, 2013
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A shopper asked: Would this glove be functional in around 50 and below temperature conditions or does it breathe too much for that? Oct 2, 2013
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Charles G: I try not to go below 55deg. myself. Although I do have grip heaters. It basically depends on what you can handle. Where you live may play a part as to WHEN you would change gloves. I have the Cortech Scarab Winter gloves that use for 55 and under, and then grip heater as required for the lower temps. Once there has been frost on the streets I usually park the bike. Oct 6, 2013
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Gary O: The gloves will let your hands get cold quite quickly below 50. The gloves are great for warm weather and breathe well which means not enough heat is trapped for cold weather riding. However on the other end the gloves are great to above 95 degrees when moving, above about 80 when sitting in traffic your hands will start to sweat. Oct 2, 2013
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Ciprian M: I would say these wouldn't be the best choice for 50 degrees and lower, as they're more idea for warmer weather since they have perforations on the inside of every finger. I would recommend the Cortech Scarab winter gloves if you're looking for something for colder weather Oct 2, 2013
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Sargon H: I bought these gloves to serve as full gauntlet summer gloves that offer maximum protection and ventilation. They've served me well for their intended use. As far as 50 and below, I think they're way too ventilated. My hands get pretty cold when temps get lower than 60. Oct 3, 2013
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Harley D C: No, they breath too much air. I use this glove in 70 to 110 degrees (Fahrenheit). I do like the glove a lot and I think it is a durable design, they are still like new after 6000 miles. I just don't think they will do anything to keep your hands warm in the winter. Oct 3, 2013
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Sean O: The coolest temperature that I have worn these gloves in is 60 degrees. I had no problem with keeping my hands warm. Another 10 degrees is a big difference so I'm not sure. The gloves worked awesome for me all race season and that is I purchased them. Oct 3, 2013
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Jeremy B: This glove breaths a lot. I've worn it to about 45F and my hands definitely get cold. If it's just for an hour in the morning before it warms up it's tolerable but not if the high temp for the day is below 60F.

Oct 3, 2013
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michel m: I ride a motorcycle with hand guards and heated grip. I just came back from europe on a 1200 GS. Was ok but limit. I also had a pair of water proof gloves. Oct 13, 2013
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Dave A W: 50 degrees may be good depending on your tolerance but it's definitely a summer glove. Flows plenty. Oct 5, 2013
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Gary S: These gloves do breathe some so I would not use them for cooler weather. Oct 3, 2013
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