Dainese Jerico EVO Gore-Tex Gloves
Good 3 season glove
Great glove overall. Great at 40 degrees for rides under 30 minutes. Can stretch time if you keep the speed down or have wind protection from bike. At about an hour on the interstate with my monster my hands were frigid when it was 40 degrees out. Otherwise an awesome glove with great dexterity and feel for the controls.
February 10, 2015
Thought I was buying a glove to ride in the 30s or lower....nah..not even close.
All of my gear is Dianese and have been very satisfied with my purchases till I bought these gloves. I ride in all weather conditions and especially during the cold, so I needed my gloves that will keep my finger tips protected from the cold. This glove is useless under 40 F for any ride which is longer than 45-60 minutes. So I went ahead and bought heated grips, but even with the heated grips, the finger tips freezing problem still remained. I am kinda lost in terms of what to do, will the heated gloves work, dont know either. I have already invested enough money into this glove + a heated grip, but still cant go on longer than 60 minute rides, which is a bummer.
Dont waste your money on this glove if you are want it as a winter glove, the water proof part of it should work, havent really rode in rain with these on yet.
January 13, 2015
This glove is good, but not exactly what I was hoping for
Got this as a winter glove for a short commute. I had hoped it would offer greater protection from the cold--but it is not quite as warm as I would have hoped. Material and construction is excellent. Waterproof is as advertised. However, below 40 you have to have a liner, and even then my hands still got pretty cold five minutes into the ride.
Protection seems great, as does waterproofing. I just can't seem to find a glove that will really protect from the cold, which was my primary goal. (I don't have heated grips.) So my lower marks aren't against the glove itself, just the fact that I still get pretty cold pretty quick. For this much $ I had hoped it would do more in this area. I recommended this glove overall--but if you plan on riding in temps below 40, you might need to keep looking.
November 20, 2014
Does the trick
I've owned these gloves for a year, so have put them through the ringer before reviewing them. I believe that, generally speaking, I'm happy with products that perform their intended purpose. In the case of these gloves, that would be to keep my hands warm and dry. Check, and check. I've even worn them while running my snow blower for an hour and a half and my hands were bone dry and plenty warm. Just got back from a 1500+ mile ride through the mountains of WV and VA. Had solid rain for about 6 hours one day with temps in the mid to high 50s. My hands were absolutely bone dry at the end of the day. I did appreciate having heated grips, but 6 hours in the rain is a pretty serious test for any glove. My only knock is that the index and second fingers are pretty long on mine, so trying to manipulate the duel cuffs and zipper can be a bit of a challenge, as can trying to pick things up. Of course, we are all built differently and gloves vary widely as far as finger length goes. It doesn't interfere at all with using my GS's controls, so it's a minor gripe. No garish logos, satisfactory protection, a warm, soft lining and gore-tex lining make these worth the price in my book.
September 19, 2014
Great value for what you get
These gloves look really good. They have subtle logos and don't look like the carnival is in town. Discreet coloring and subtle reflecting strips. I've always wondered about the need for "high vis" in gloves. Lights all over the bike, reflective strips and reflectors everywhere, bright colored helmets sure do matter. The gloves barely visible behind the handguards don't need to be straight out of a marvel page. The gortex works great, though this is my first product that uses this material. The knuckle protectors feel great and look better. The padding in the palm makes for a very tight feeling. Sure, there is some stiffness in closing your fist, just like all gloves, but once you are in contact, you are in absolute control, no slippage or give. The tips of the gloves are good and you retain some functionality in spite of the bulk. The gauntlet is great, the zippers feel great and the overall build quality of the product is stellar. Only thing I would do to improve is add a glove wiper on the left index for rainy days. I mean, that's why you got it in gortex, right? Also, makes me wonder if it's time to start seeing conductive fingertips (for touchscreens) on serious motorcycle gloves. I use mine for touring and that would come in handy.
June 9, 2014
Excellent 3 season glove with high dexterity
I may not be the greatest reviewer for this glove, I live in the Pacific NW (Portland) and it doesn't get too cold here (but cold enough, during the winter). My last pair of gloves were from the early 90s, old trusty faithful companions with ancient armour and not goretex, versus these new Dainese that are nicely armoured and featured. Most surprising is the dexterity offered by such a beefy glove. So far no complaints about rain leakage.
April 29, 2014
Very Good 3-Season Gloves
These were my go-to gloves on trip from Vancouver BC to Mesa AZ and back in March. For the coldest 8 of 10 riding days (500-800km/day), I wore these gloves. I like them a lot.
Re/ Warmth... 4 out of 5. These saw temps down to -4°C when it was dry (Nevada) and, without heated grips, these gloves were cold. But I could, and did, ride all day with these down to about 9°C. I switched to lighter gloves when the temps were about 22°C+ unless it rained because my hands did get a bit sweaty then. Everyone's hands are different, but for mine the sweet spot of these gloves was 8-21°C. The insulation is light and packs down in the palm after a few wearings. For extended rides in near-freezing temps, I would not buy a warmer (bulkier) glove because I really like these; I'd just get heated grips (yes, I'm dumb/cheap/lazy for not already having those!)
Re/ Waterproof... 4 out of 5. Once, and only once, after 3+ solid hours of hard interstate rain in Washington, did my hands get wet. I think the double-cuff design of these gloves is very smart -- learn/study how to use it. And I don't believe the gloves or the GoreTex failed me. I suspect after that many hours of non-stop rain, water simply wicked in through skin/sleeve/glove interaction. So my only gripe is this: overnight next to a heater and the next morning with light blow-drying still didn't dry out the insulation completely. Riding in the sun warmed them up and they dried after a few hours the next day. Every other time I got rained on, even hard for 1-2 hours, my hands stayed dry. Take the extra few seconds to wrestle with that clever cuff system because I think it helps a lot.
Bottom line: If I lost these gloves tomorrow, I would buy them again.
April 1, 2014
I purchased these gloves to use in the Pacific Northwest winters and have had them for over a month of daily winter commuting. It doesn't get much below freezing here and usually when it rains, it's upper 30's to low 40's . Before I go into my disappointment with the glove, I would like to point out that they aren't all bad.
-The gloves seem to have better crash protection than most other winter gloves.
-They are quite comfortable.
-They are warm down to about 40 if it's not raining
-No visor wiper...seriously. I fixed this by adding my own
-Only the back of the glove is water resistant. If the sides or bottoms of your fingers get wet, they soak in and become very cold. As in, cold at 45 degrees. Your hands being dry behind a Gortex liner doesn't do much good when the wind and rain soaked outer glove is very cold right up against it. I fixed this by using an aftermarket water repellent spray.
-The back of the glove has all the insulation. This means that below 40, the backs of your hands are warm, but the rest get's cold. I understand they did this for better feel of the controls, but when it's really cold, I can feel the cold of the clutch and brake levers seeping through even though the backs of my hands are fine. I fixed this by wearing a very thin pair of wool liner gloves. This works down to the low 30's.
If you are looking for a cold and wet weather glove and are willing to put a little work into them, these could be useful to you. However, for the price charged, they should just work as designed.
March 3, 2014