Dainese Huge Air Gloves
Not enough glove. Spend more money and get something better.
I've been riding with these gloves for about 3 months. I regret purchasing these, as the woven fingertips are coming apart, giving the glove a cheap look. They are also very thin and would not count on these protecting your hand in any way. By the same coin however, these gloves flow air really well and are really comfortable. However I feel these are more of a style item meant to look cool rather than offer any function. Save your money and get something better.
June 11, 2014
Sizes run small overall veri comfortable nice fit good material light armor
May 27, 2014
No big deal
After almost 12 months usage of this gloves, mainly for super short tranfers, I'm really not that happy with the product. I knew the low level of protection offered and the 2 season range usability, but didn't expect the material durabilty would have been that short. Regretfuly the mesh on the last part of the finger got damaged and moreover one finger got unsew. Disappointing for a €35,00 pair of gloves (bought in Italy).
Revzilla rocks ;)
May 7, 2014
These gloves are like batman's utility belt, never leave home without them. The gloves are very lightweight and breathable with crazy good grip. I definitely would recommend these gloves to anybody especially because I like the Dainese brand and most of their products.
August 19, 2013
The gloves are good, good air flow, I really like it.
June 17, 2013
Guantes sobrios y comodos. Bastante buenos si sos de las personas que no gustan de usar guantes.
Le falta proteccion y no son recomendables para cuando la temperatura es menor a 10 grados.
May 28, 2013
If you don't like to wear gloves, these are perfect!
Let me start by saying that I use to ride on the road for 10+ years without gloves... even in winter. Main reason is that I don't like thick gloves, even many summer gloves I find too thick.
These Dainese Huge Air gloves are perfect for me. They are very comfortable and very thin. There are minimal 'extra' protections like kevlar knuckle protectors or any such fancy technology. In fact, I am not sure (thankfully) how much protection they will offer me, but I figured it will have to be better than riding glove-less.
Also, it comes down to the shape of your hands. I have reasonably large palm area and my fingers are short-ish. As these gloves are fabric gloves (rather then leather gloves), they are more flexible and therefore comfortable and fits me perfectly.
December 17, 2012
Easy simplistic glove, lacking in durability
Purchased these awhile ago for about the $60 range, more so to trial the sizes for Dainese gloves - measurement wise I was just under the MD but really should have gone one size up to the LG
Very easy to get on and off and allows for good tactile sensation over the levers, however they were not very durable at all and the textile started fraying after a couple of weeks of wear..
Probably worthwhile going for one of the other goat skin gloves by Dainese for just a little coin more
November 25, 2012