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Dainese Jerico New Gore-Tex Gloves

For 2013 this product has been succeeded by the Jerico EVO Gore-Tex Gloves

Designed for motorcycle touring under even the most adverse weather guaranteeing elevated active and passive safety levels at the same time, this glove comes with Techno inserts on the knuckles, resin inserts on the finger joints, Distorsion Control on the little finger, and tightening strap. Elevated comfort under all conditions is guaranteed thanks to technical solutions of the highest order: Primaloft® thermal padding, breathable, waterproof Gore-tex® membrane, double zippered cuff, construction in elasticated fabric for the best fit and movement of the hand, and palm in laser-texturized leather.

Materials

  • Composite inserts in carbon on the knuckles
  • CowhideClarino® fabric
  • Stretch fabric
  • Abrasion and tear resistance
  • Palm reinforcement in leather, Clarino® and Digital SuedeSpandex™ fabric

Ergonomics

  • Distortion Control on little finger
  • Cuff adjustment strap
  • Tightening strap

Temperature Adjustment

  • Breathable waterproof GORE-TEX® membrane

Other

  • Reflective Inserts
  • Soft Inserts
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Dainese Jerico New Gore-Tex Gloves These gloves are fantastic. I would say they keep your hands warm until 4 Celsius or 40 Fahrenheit. I have not not ridden in the rain yet but I hear they are fantastic. January 2, 2014
Patience Required Used this glove on a tour through Alaska and up to the Arctic Ocean. Only complaint is having to maneuver the cuff for a period of time in order to get the glove to fit with my riding gear. If you are a patient person you will love this glove, if not...maybe find another. August 26, 2013
Great cold weather glove into the high 20*F range. It can take a little practice(or assistance) to get this glove pulled on properly, but once you get the hang of it, it isn't as difficult as some would suggest. Make sure your hands are DRY, however, or it can be a fight. I wore these into the high 20* range, and they were still a little cold for my likes, however with grip heaters they were nice and cozy without being bulky and clumsy. March 11, 2013
Great gloves, but hard to put on. These gloves are super warm. Riding for 30+ minutes in temperatures below 36 degrees left me with no hand discomfort. Warmest gloves I have owned to date. Also waterproof/windproof, which is why I rated the Air Flow as 'Poor', but that's a good thing when riding in the winter. Very cool styling and very sturdy construction. I can tell these will last a long time. The only complaint I have about them is that it is a little hard to get used to putting them on. They are very stiff when you first start to wear them, and the built-in, non-removeable internal gaiters are hard to work with while one hand is gloved. If riding in the rain, it is almost necessary to get someone to help you put your gloves on at first! But after wearing them every day for a couple of weeks, they have started to break in nicely, and I am able to put them on much more quickly. All in all, totally worth the price and the initial extra effort if you ride often in very cold and wet conditions. February 11, 2013
Great Glove, but fingers are a little long This is a nice glove for cold weather. You lose some feel because its fairly thick, but it keeps you nice and warm. My only complaint is that the length of the thumb and fingers is a little long compared with the size of the palm. My palm fits perfectly and the diameter of the fingers is great, but the glove has some excess material at the end of each finger. This can be partially remedied by tightening the strap at the wrist but this doesn't fully mitigate the problem. If you can deal with this small oversight, this is a great cold weather glove. February 4, 2013
Great quality but not what I was looking for For the brief moments that I actually had tried this glove on, I can tell that it's a beautiful glove and great quality. The glove liner will definitely keep your hands warm, as warm as it gets without going heated gloves. But at the same time, there were already things that I know I didn't like about it. The thickness of the gloves that provides warmth comes with many sacrifices. It's very bulky which makes the grip of the throttle and control feel very dulled and slow. Per the video review, it was stated that it fits Euro sizing, I normally wear a large and bought an XL....When I received it, it was WAY too big. But thanks to Revzilla's excellent customer service and size exchange policy, I got an exchange for a Large, now while the 4 fingers fit perfectly, the thumb portion was still about half an inch too long for me not to mention the grip feel is still very dull due to the thickness of the glove. Keep in mind I've worn the Dainese steel core carbon gloves in large perfectly. If you don't mind losing the extra grip and control feel and mainly looking for gloves that'll keep you warm without going heated (not to mention the extra long thumb portion), then this will do it for you. In the end I returned it and ordered the heated grips and the Dainese Stelvio hoping that will provide better grip and control feel while keeping my hands nice and toasty in the cold morning commute to work. January 10, 2013
Great Weather Protection These gloves are great, extra long gauntlets, waterproof, comfortable, and they just look cool. Areas to improve upon: if your hands are wet or damp before you put the gloves on...it is really difficult and annoying trying to get these things to slip onto your hands. I ride about 20 miles to work...so if the temp outside is in the lower 40's then the windchill is even colder and these gloves have reached their limit at keeping your hands warm. December 17, 2012
Very hot! In the coldest winter season, this product will make you comfort. December 10, 2012
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Dainese Jerico New Gore-Tex Gloves
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Keith K: You can always depend on the quality of Dianese. These gloves are the best I've found for winter riding. Very high quality. Top of the line. And worth the price. Jan 20, 2014
Donato D: Best unheated gloves just under 40F. Dec 8, 2013
Scott S: Based on Revzilla recommendation. Sep 14, 2013
Jessica N: needed gloves to keep my hands warm. Worn them in thirty degrees weather and they work well. Aug 15, 2013
Drew D asked: How true to size are these if I go by the provided sizing chart? Aug 27, 2013
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Tyler R: I found the gloves to be larger than the sizing chart. In fact, I exchanged the pair that I originally received for the next smaller size, and Revzilla was excellent in handling the exchange. Specifically, the Dainese glove chart reads that an XS is 7 inches for the hand measurement. My hand is 8.3 inches and the Small I ordered was definitely too big. The XS fits perfectly. I am also very pleased with the quality, warmth, water repellency and wind resistance attributes of the Jerico. This is an awesome cold weather glove. Aug 27, 2013
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Michael U: go for a size larger. Going by the size chart, I wound up getting one size too small. Another annoying thing (although I was warned in the other customer reviews) is that the thumbs are too long. They're somehow out of proportion with the rest of the digits. This makes actuating thumbswitches a bit awkward. Otherwise, this is a fine cold-weather glove. Aug 27, 2013
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Luis B: Drew,

I remember to use sinzing chart to buy an paint and jacket and worked very well...so I´m not sure if I used it to buy my glove. Believe on that time the sizing chart wasn´t there.

Hope to help to you answer the question.

Luis
Aug 28, 2013
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A s: They fit exactly like my other gloves. In my summer gloves, I wear a size large. In the Jerico I also wear a size large. Excellent fit. Hope this helps. Aug 27, 2013
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Joseph F: The size chart seemed true to form. The fit is snug but comfy. A bit laborious putting them on & really tough if your hands are wet! Aug 27, 2013
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Patrick M: In my experience they are quite snug. If ordering again I would personally go for one size larger. Aug 28, 2013
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Reubin T: These run a size small... I wear XXL and that is what I ordered. Wish they were a XXXL... Aug 27, 2013
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Beranobel M: Hi Drew. They are quite big. I would suggest to do the measurements. Aug 27, 2013
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Jon A: They run a little tight. I'd go slightly larger than normal Aug 27, 2013
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David B: True to size. Aug 27, 2013
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A shopper asked: I ride in west Texas throught the winter months and need a glove with excellent protection from the cold. Not wet conditions most of the time. Nov 26, 2011
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frickja: I ride in Portland, OR where it's cold and wet riding so water proof is a must. Even if it doesn't rain much where you currently reside, I suggest ponying up the cash for a waterproof glove any way because it's better to be prepared for the unexpected. I recently purchased the Dianese Jericho gloves and am so far very satisfied. Dianese products are more expensive but they last and the fit and finish are outstanding in my experience. Jan 3, 2012
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Fred T.: I don't know if I can tell you what the "best" winter glove is as surely that is subjective i.e heated or not etc.
I will say that I have a pair of Jerico's and it is a great glove!
I live in Indiana so we have colder winters than you and they worked very well for me.
The quality is top notch which is typical Dainese.
You can't go wrong wit the Jerico.
Nov 30, 2011
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Crowemag: These gloves would be perfect. Don't make your hands sweat, and have great airflow without making your hands freeze Dec 27, 2011
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MT01: DAINESE Jerico gloves is the best I think. Dec 10, 2012
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A shopper asked: Hi

Im looking for winter and waterproof gloves that keep my hands warm while riding in 0-10¬?C. Im between this pair of jericos and the stelvios, as far as I know the jericos are the best for winter weather, but I want the gloves to be the less bulky as possible and I've read some comments saying they are way to bulky. Im not planning on driving in the rain a lot but its a plus if they are waterproof.
I will use them in high traffic areas so I really need them to be comfortable while using the clutch and throttle constantly.

Should I take the jericos or the stelvio?

Thanks in advance!
Apr 9, 2013
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SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements. Dainese sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chestwidth: Measure from under/top of armpit cross chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone
  • Gloves: Using a flexible measuring tape, measure around your hand, behind the knuckles, not including the thumb.

Dainese Glove Sizing

Size

Mens
(in)

Womens
(in)
XS 7 6 - 6.5
SM 7.5 - 8 6.5 - 7
MD 8.5 7
LG 9 7.5 - 8
XL 9.5
2XL 10

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Dainese Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black/Black / LG 555538 1815561-631-L Out of Stock
Black/Black / MD 555537 1815561-631-M Out of Stock
Black/Black / SM 555536 1815561-631-S Out of Stock
Black/Black / XL 555539 1815561-631-XL Out of Stock
Black/Black / XS 555535 1815561-631-XS Out of Stock
Black/Black / 2XL 555540 1815561-631-XXL Out of Stock