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The Ergotour Gore-Tex X-Trafit gloves are perfect for touring and sport touring during the warmer months of the year. For those riders out on multi-day trips that want to prepare for the eventuality of rain but still require excellent protection and tactile feedback, the Ergotour is the glove for them. Cowhide main construction with a goatskin palm and textile fabric inserts give your hands the protection you need while a Gore-Tex X-Trafit lining keeps you dry and in complete control.
Techno inserts on the knuckles and the joints of the fingers
Distortion Control on little finger
Certified as PPE to EN 13594 Standard cat. II level 1
Palm in goatskin
Ergonomics and Comfort:
Microelastic elasticated inserts
Adjustable cuff strap
Breathable waterproof GORE-TEX membrane with X-TRAFIT product technology
Denoted as Dainese Guanto Ergotour GTX-X-Trafit in Dainese catalog
I'm a Dainese fan and this is my third set of Dainese gloves. I wanted a leather glove for 50-65 degree weather and that was waterproof. I use another glove for warm weather riding and an insulated glove for cold weather riding (also Gore-Tex). The Ergotour was comfortable and fit the bill for the 50-65 degree temperature range on several rides. However, I rode through a 75 mile light to medium steady rain and the gloves leaked. I could feel the moisture build as I rode and I knew my gloves were leaking. When I got home, the inside of both gloves were wet (not damp, but wet). I expected the leather to get soaked, but I did not expect the Gore-Tex membrane on new gloves to leak. I had the gauntlets tight and I was wearing full Gore-tex gear (jacket, pants and boots), and the only Gore-Tex gear to fail were these gloves. I will keep these gloves for cool weather riding and light (short) rain, but will go to my cold weather gloves for serious rain.
May 29, 2015
I bought these gloves for the gortex. I have not driven it through the rain yet so I have no review for its water tight integrity. This glove is pretty comfortable, you don't feel the stitching seams as much as other gloves like it. It's not too stiff. It fits to scale with the size chart. According to the chart my hand is the top of the medium spectrum. The glove fits snug which I like. If you like a more relaxed fit around the knuckles I'd go a size bigger. I have no clue how Anthony on the video fits a size XLarge. His hands when he measured it is almost the same size as mine.
March 17, 2015
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Stephen A: Wanted to try Gore-Tex X-Trafit for a cool/cold with heated grips weather waterproof glove. REV'IT Phantom in XL was a smidge too tight. Revzilla said the Dainese Ergotour in XL was a little bigger than the Phantom so I will try it.Feb 6, 2015
James S asked:I fit a L in the carbon cover st glove. Does this fit about the same? or smaller as is suggested by the video?May 19, 2015
Thomas E asked:Sizing the Dainese Ergotour Gore-tex X-Trafit gloves. According to your Spokesman Anthony on the video for this glove, he normally wheres a size large in American cut, but X-large in European cut gloves. I measured my hand according to your sizing chart and I measure just under 9 inches or 22.5 to 23 centimeters just above the thumb. My widest point and that is stetching my hand out wide as I can get it. I want these gloves for most of three seasons except for hot summer. Looking for the best tactile response for bike controls and a fit that won't cramp hands or fingers by holding in a curved position for long periods. Thats my question for if I should size up to X-large. I don't have long fingers and don't want a glove that is going to be to long for my fingers, therefore my question for a large size. Do not like gloves that are to long for my fingers thats why I'm leaning towards a large sizing. What is your take on that. I live south of Atlanta so our winter seasons are typically somewhat mild. I'm 56 years young so all the protection I can get is appreciated. No heated grips at this point but possibly in the future could be an add on to my 2014 Honda CB 1100 Deluxe. Also what other gloves would you consider for this application? Thanks ThomasNov 24, 2014