Fly Rumble Perforated Gloves
Great glove if you don't care about turning your hands black
I have had these gloves for a couple weeks. They've been worn for about 10 hours of riding and they are great in every aspect except if you perspire. These gloves stain your hands black and it takes more than simply washing your hands to remove the discoloration.
June 15, 2015
A Basic Rider's Glove
These gloves are simple, and that's really what sells them. The simplicity allows these to retail for $35, which is great in itself. When it comes to style, these are one of the only pairs of gloves you can get on this site that don't make you look like you just won the X-Games or the Isle of Man. They are basic black, leather, perforated gloves, and they'll look great on anything from a Harley to a Cafe to a Dirtbike, and you don't feel like you're in costume when you step off your bike either.
What's really important though, is fit. These gloves have a very slim European fit. I'm a thin guy with average sized hands, so the Medium fits me very well. It's snug; not something I can just slip my hand into, but putting them on and removing them is certainly no chore. If you have a typical American body type (a little more big boned/stockier), then you might have trouble fitting into these gloves. They're really sized for a lean body type.
That said, the only gripe I have with fit is that the index finger on the right hand is abnormally long. I can't tell if this is intentional or a quality control issue. I'm leaning toward the latter because the stitching on the right hand is also a little sloppy. Still, for such a low price, I'm quite happy with what I received. It is a true bikers glove.
In practice, this glove looks and feels durable, but I don't expect it to save my hands in a 90MPH slide. For more daring riders, you should be looking at something in a completely different price range. This is a breathable glove suitable for warm to mild weather. As winter sets in here in NY, I plan on migrating to a warmer insulated glove.
June 4, 2015
Best summer glove ever
I usually ride bare handed, but these are by far the most comfortable gloves I own. They are thin enough that you won't lose total dexterity. They are not the warmest and they won't keep your hands dry, but they provide breathable comfort and a tight grip on hot to mild days, and just enough protection to cushion a blow from a suicidal junebug or a tossed up highway stone. Great gloves for 70 degrees and above.
November 6, 2014
Very small fit
poor construction quality. hem tore when i put the glove on.
January 27, 2014
Cheap well made glove perfect for warmer weather as well
March 25, 2013
If only the quality was as good as the look.
The gloves look great but very flimsy, the area near the Velcro ripped when I was pulling the gloves on for the first time.
I guess you get what you pay for.
January 28, 2013
Stylish and comfortable
What I hate about most of bikies gloves is the style. They are all overdone with too many bits and pieces stitched together. These are as stylish as any designer gloves. They are comfortable too. May be not as comfortable as Dainese short gloves I tried on, but the difference is not worth the triple price. If these are not warm enough for winter, I will definitely get the same unperforated pair.
December 6, 2012
Large in the finger tips
These gloves are snug fitting and stylish, but unfortunately seem to be an extra digit long in the fingers. This becomes obnoxious when trying to grab things like small keys and such, otherwise they're just fine on the bike.
May 29, 2012