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From deep within the ICON design labs comes the Device glove. Notable features include an under-cuff, gauntlet-length silhouette for increased coverage. A TouchTec leather palm allows use of touchscreen devices with the glove on. The textile backhand provides both integral and mechanical stretch zones while its fused armor provides increased protection. Dual hook & loop fasteners provide multiple points of adjustment and closure.
TouchTec leather palm allows you to use your touchscreen device with your gloves on
Great cool weather glove
Bought this pair of gloves for spring and fall riding. Very comfortable, like the style. One thing I wanted to point out for potential buyers is the pictures show armor on the glove which seems like it might go over your knuckles - it does not. If you are looking at the back of your hand, it sits just below your knuckles. You can see it from the review video. Also, these are meant to be under-cuff gloves - they do not fit under my jacket, so I have to wear them as over-cuff gloves. Doesn't bother me at all.
June 3, 2014
Excellent glove, soft leather
The gloves feels well made and very easy to use. The leather is extremely soft, not requiring any break-in. It may not be as well armored as some others but it gives you much more freedom of movement. The ability to use my iPhone is very useful. The fit is good, but my fourth and fifth fingers are a little short, but other gloves seem to fit that way for me as well. Overall very happy. BTW, I actually use these on my ATV as I wanted better hand protection than most motocross gloves plus I use my iPhone for GPS with GPS and on from Bad Elf.
April 7, 2014
The Touch Feature works great
This gloves are very Ellegant and all it´s features really are great. The quality is amazing, These really exceeded my expectations.
March 6, 2013
Excellent is one word
I'm very pleased with these gloves. I wear a medium in other brands, and a medium fits well. I'm a penny pincher, so spending this much on gloves was painful. It was well worth the coin. I don't like the micro velcro. I don't trust it since it is new to me. The emblems were a tiny bit off center, but at this point I'm trying to find flaws. The quality is impressive and the feel out of the box is amazing. I wore my trusted Bell leather gloves for 4 years before switching over. I haven't tried the "touch" capability, but trust it will work.
October 17, 2012
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Neal N: I thought they looked cool and I plan on moving into an apartment pretty soon. I've lived in an apartment in college and I would always tend to forget my key card to let myself into the apartment complex, but I never forget my phone. With these I can pull up to the visitor gate and dial my own number to let myself in quickly so I don't have to worry about grabbing the key card out my car or taking forever at the gate because I need to slip my gloves off to let myself in from my phone.Jan 8, 2014
A shopper asked:My hand measures 3 1/2". Should I go up a size or down a size? Thanks, JesseApr 7, 2013
Breaks407:My opinion is to always go snug when fitting gear for riding. I measured in between when I ordered my Icon Gloves and went with a medium. Couldn't be happier, great fit. Nothing worse than a baggy or too long glove fingers. Let them stretch to fit your hand, can't go wrong as long as you stay in acceptable parameters. Ride safe.Apr 15, 2013
JohnnyRotten:I went down a size, but I like the dexterity that it gives me. The thumb is a little short but I like being able to do things without having to take off a glove everytime. I can fasten my helmet, pull keys or phone out of my pockets, work zippers, almost everything...Apr 8, 2013