Icon Justice Leather Gloves
This is the first pair of gloves I've purchased.
I followed the sizing chart and ordered the Large based on my size and they fit perfectly. They even fit well when gripping the handlebars.
Not uncomfortable over a long period of time (I've only ever ridden for 1.5hrs or so continuously).
While air flow isn't noticeable, I consider it good because even in 90degF heat my hands are never sweaty when they come out of the glove.
Being a relatively inexperienced rider, I'm not sure I can comment on the protection. They feel safe. It's good leather and the knuckle protection is solid. The palms seem to be a bit on the bare side to me, but I'm hoping I never prove that to be true.
Overall they feel solid, fit true to size, and breathe nicely.
Great buy I'd say.
August 14, 2013
Got what I expected
This is a great summer glove and I like the fit just lacks a little on protection.
June 17, 2013
i had to break them in a little when i got them but now they're super comfortable and feel almost perfect. i will say because someone else mentioned the longer thumb on one side, that the right side glove seems to have fingers that are just slightly shorter than the left and my fingertips push into them. not a big deal but i thought i would note it. it might be that i have a bigger right hand or the way i'm on my grips.. who knows. the protection on the knuckles feels good as does the leather on the palms. they're lightweight and between the perforated leather and vents, offer plenty of flow. even on 90+* days, they're still comfortable.
May 23, 2013
Poor quality control by Icon
I really wanted to like these gloves, but they fall short of expectations. They seem to be generally very well made, but the quality control at Icon must be spotty. The pair I got had one thumb that was approximately 3/4" longer than the other hand. The knuckle protection on the fingers also felt sharp and perhaps like it wouldn't ever break-in and be comfortable. For $85 I would expect better, so back to Revzilla they went.
I was looking for a good pair of short-cuff gloves that wouldn't interfere with my jacket cuff, and the options are limited - most gloves appear to have large velcro closures that wouldn't work for me. Ended up buying a pair of Dainese Ricochet gloves. At $119.95 they are significantly more money than the Icons, but they arrived yesterday and the fit and build quality is excellent.
May 15, 2013
Comfortable summer glove
Comfort: The palm of this glove feels like it isn't even there. I have so much control and tactile response. I am extremely pleased. The leather moves fine along with my hands. my only complaint is that the plastic piece on the pinky finger (for my left hand) gets in the way when clenching my fist. I have to pull the glove all the way back to make it better. My hands are in between a small and medium and I went with a medium.
Airflow: Ohh man, so much airflow. So good. I'm in Los Angeles and it's the perfect day glove for like 70-80 degree weather.
color: I went with the tan and out of the box they looked almost gold. They were really bright but with some riding and dirt, they are darkening and looking more tan than gold.
Things I don't like, I wish the Icon symbol wasn't hard plastic. It gets in the way of my jacket sometimes. It's just a minor inconvenience though.
April 22, 2013
Great glove from Icon
Super comfortable glove from Icon. Very sticky on the bars and I wouldn't ride without them. The fit is awesome,looks great and provides ample protection. I don't sweat in them but airflow could be a little better. Overall a very quality product at a good price from Revzilla. Shipped quick.
April 15, 2013
I really like the fit on the gloves, the right glove fits my hand absolutely perfect. the left glove the thumb has just a wee bit more than I would like but not enough to complain in any way. If you use the size chart provided you will get a good fit.
March 13, 2013
Fits a little snug but that might be because I ordered XL instead of XXL. Will see after a few more rides how the glove breaks in. It does feel however, as if it allows my hand to comfortably hold the throttle naturally. Which I distinguished from my last pair of gloves sized XXL, that had me fighting fatigue from a death grip. No more over-squeezing. Especially when rusty and not much seat time. Comfort goes a long way when riding on two wheels. Good air flow and doesn't make my hands sweaty in the near 90's-100's temps in the early mornings of the middle eastern heat. Curious to see how it will hold up on the cooler arabian nights. Overall, I enjoy the gloves and I'm glad I purchased it.
October 1, 2012