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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
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Chris S: I have another pair of Icon gloves and they fit well and I like them but I got tired of having to take them off in order to use my phone.Feb 10, 2015
Jane M: Looks like good protection and the sale prices was irresistible.Dec 13, 2014
Peter F: Excellent reviews/ratings, good priceAug 16, 2014
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
Jason W:The keep the wind from going up your sleeves and you can wear a thin liner under them. I rode in low 50's recently and they were OK with a thin liner glove underneath (my bike does have handguards, though). Wearing a liner under defeats the touchscreen attraction.
As for rain, if there is a truly water resistant glove, I probably wouldn't want to wear it because you would have no feeling of the controls. Wet hands are the least of a riders worries, unless it's also very cold. I can't really rate them here but I've worn them in the rain many times.Oct 20, 2014
Paul L:They are not waterproof but hold up to rain for a little while. I would say they start to become uncomfortable below 50F and they are too warm if its in the 70s. I love these gloves for spring and fall. I've heard just slipping on some latex gloves under any glove will give you another 10 degrees of comfort and dryness.Oct 20, 2014
Peter M:I am not sure that this is the "go-to" glove for rain and cold. That being said they are insulated, and leather ...so i imagine they would repel water as well as any leather glove. I purchased these for the primary function of being able to touch a screen with them. Its easy to add a liner for addl warmthOct 20, 2014