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Icon Patrol Waterproof Gloves

Eighty percent of the controls on a motorcycle are operated with your hands. The Patrol waterproof gloves were designed to keep you in control when the weather turns foul. The fully insulated and waterproof design provides maximum comfort and protection. The chassis is not only waterproof but features a mild precurve design to reduce hand fatigue. The palm is constructed of Battlehide goatskin for optimum feedback yet maintaining durability. Reinforced rubber knuckle armor covers the backhand along with a reflective graphics package. Finally, an integrated goggle wipe built into the thumb helps keep your shield clear.

  • Waterproof textile chassis
  • Abrasion resistant premium grade Battlehide goatskin palm
  • Reinforced rubber knuckle armor
  • Reflective graphics
  • Goggle wipe on thumb
  • Precurved palm and finger design
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Icon Patrol Waterproof Gloves 4.1 5 121 121
Who's hands are these for?! I want to start by saying that I was beyond impressed with Revzilla's service. I placed my order at 4:30pm wednesday, had it shipped to my workplace, and when I got there thursday at 10am the gloves were waiting for me. On to the gloves: I like them! they feel very sturdy. A bit bulky, but it's expected for a winter glove. I haven't worn them in real winter weather, but so far my coldest ride was 48°, and at 70mph I did not feel the cold AT ALL. I can see them performing down to the 30s. Take that with a grain of salt, I tend to run warm regardless of the weather. The cuff is plenty ample for any jacket you wanna tuck in there<--super ultra mega plus On the downside, they're not the most comfortable glove, mostly because of the fit. Makes me feel like I'm trying to operate the controls with oven mitts. With bigger oven mitts on them. In the box they came packaged in. You get the picture. The palm part of the glove fits perfectly, fingers a tiny bit on the large side, but seriously WHOSE THUMB IS THAT LONG?!! there's so much slack on the thumb! WHY IS THERE SO MUCH SLACK IN THE THUMB?!! Do not let that deter you though, I can't say I've ever worn a glove that fit better that kept my hands as warm in the cold. If you're one of those people with poor circulation, or whose hands are cold in general, BUY THESE. You will love them, marry them, and lead a very happy life (<--winter. Just winter. Your hands will evaporate in the summer). October 28, 2014
Nice Gloves These gloves have great features for the price. The adjustment is great, however, the thumbs are unusually long. I have another pair of Icon gloves in the same size, and the thumb fits perfectly in those. The long thumb makes toggling the indicator a bit difficult but otherwise it's not much of an issue. These are a bit bulky, feeling like a glove inside a glove, so to speak. But, they do keep my hands very warm and dry in Wisconsin weather. Overall I'm very happy with them. October 27, 2014
Bulky as expected You'd expect some bulk to a water/wind proof winter glove. The cuff is nice and big to fit over a jacket sleeve and the adjustable wrist is really nice. It's not as easy as Anthony makes it out to be to adjust. The fingers (especially the thumb) seems to have MUCH more room in them than needed at the ends. Seems like the thumb comes out to a box at the end that just swallows up your thumb and makes using it about useless. I haven't had a chance to ride in any rain (central California drought) but the cold was stopped for sure. The extra bulk translates to a little detached feeling from the controls, but it would only take few rides to get used to it. October 21, 2014
Nice warmer gloves Great gloves. I use these when the temp is around 60 or below. They don't have airflow which makes them a decent glove down to about 45-50 degrees. I put some hand warmers in them and used them in 27 degrees, they were warm but I could feel a little cool air. If it's above 60 though I pack these away because they become way to warm. The litle squeegie is on the index finger is cool but I've never used it. I like the straps to snug the glove even tighter during cold days. October 20, 2014
Decepción del producto Buenas tardes. Por fin después de un tiempo, me he comprado sus guantes patrol waterproof, los compre por medio derevzilla.com, vivo en Colombia y como saben el clima en el trópico puede variar drásticamente, de una tarde soleada a una lluvia intensa en cuestión de minutos, anoche mientras rodaba en mi moto con un grupo de amigos, a comenzado a llover intensamente, les cuento que sus guantes no cumplieron con la promesa del producto, ya que no cumplieron con la resistencia al agua de la que hablan, se me han mojado las manos y enfriado a tal manera que me toco parar quitarme los guantes y tratar de no perder la movilidad de mis dedos acercando las manos al motos para calentarlas, he quedado sorprendido ya que sufrí una décepcion con respecto al producto. me gustaría que aclararan a los clientes que sus guantes no son resistentes al agua, además de esto pido un reembolso de mi dinero o un cambio por un producto que realmente sirva. Me entristece ya que soy un admirador de su marca (icon) y tengo productos suyos de los cuales estoy supremamente satisfecho y son mi primera opción en la compra en productos para la protección. (esta misma declaración la envíe a www.rideicon.com) Saludos. October 3, 2014
Nice and Toasty A bit bulky on the fingers, but if you are commuting on the highway on cold days, these are great. If you ride more in the city, I'd steer away from these do to the reduced dexterity in the fingers. There were a few times I couldn't move my fingers fast enough to react to a sticky situation and I had to take more aggressive measures than usual. September 24, 2014
Great glove...a bit stiff initially My only waterproof pair of gloves. They're very comfortable. I did some interstate riding in fairly heavy rain on a chillier day. No water got through the glove. However, it did roll off my jacket down into the glove which was a pain. Overall my hands stayed warm though. The gloves are stiff to start. My fingers hurt quite a bit after an hour or so riding with them brand new (especially the throttle hand). I imagine they'll loosen up with continued use. Definitely recommend this glove. Great for the price. September 10, 2014
Snow Gloves with attitude I started riding in the middle of the winter and these were my first riding gloves, definitely made learning clutch control and braking tricky, but was totally worth it. I rode all winter with these gloves and eventually bought some liners as my longer rides in sub 30deg temps needed a bit more covering to stay safe and comfortable. Even without the liners they felt safe, I could still feel my fingers, they were just super cold. So two thumbs up for some gloves that I would image would offer some decent protection in case you went down and at the end of the day they really just feel like snow gloves I wore as a kid. September 9, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Zach A: seemed to have the best protection and features for winter riding, while being somewhat affordable for the quality we've come to know from ICON. Time will tell how they do in late fall to early winter in East TN Oct 23, 2014
dominique d: Good review on the product! Oct 23, 2014
Paul s: the gloves are exactly what im looking for love how they have a little bit to clear water from my helmet! they really thought of everything with these gloves Oct 23, 2014
Paul M: needed waterproof winter gloves Sep 30, 2014
William L B: I was looking for a nice warm pair of gloves that got decent reviews and didn't cost too much. I also wanted something that covered my wrists and was waterproof. Sep 22, 2014
Eliseo V: Price and alot of good reviews. Sep 16, 2014
Ken A: Went with these gloves to use with Icon PDX rain gear. Overbuilt compared to the rain gear, but I wanted the extra protection. Winter comes early in Minnesota. Should be a good combination. Aug 23, 2014
Edward L: needed waterproof gloves will ride more in the rain this year... Aug 16, 2014
Jason A: Looks like a good deal for what you get Aug 3, 2014
Andy H: wanted a glove with that was water proof, had a wiper, and didn't cost me an arm and a leg...because if it did cost me an arm and a leg, I wouldn't need gloves....or just one! Aug 2, 2014
Matthew P: Very reliable gloves. Comfortable and waterproof. Knuckle protection :) Jul 23, 2014
DANIEL V: I live in a rainy city. Jun 19, 2014
Dennis M: need a very good water proof glove to ride in Jun 16, 2014
Pedro A: They look pretty safe. Jun 1, 2014
Odin J: I was looking For a pair of gloves for wet weather with good bang for the buck and these stood out for me as well as matching my riding attire. May 24, 2014
Jeffery Q: Gotta love the built in "Visor Wiper" and the Reflective graphics. Besides, it's Icon folks! Nuff said...! May 14, 2014
Kc S: For cold days Apr 11, 2014
Luke L: I'm an Oregonian and we need to be able to ride in the rain. I'm hoping because Icon is Portland based they will have all my needs covered with their gear. Mar 26, 2014
Bruno M: Great quality and review by customers and the revzilla guys Mar 12, 2014
Joseph D: Price was right and from the review it looked like a good choice Feb 28, 2014
Prasanna U: Given that I was buying both the jacket and pants from Icon, I decided to buy the gloves from Icon as well. Feb 25, 2014
anthony w: i needed a good winter/water proof glove for my bike. this has style and protection that i need. Feb 11, 2014
Reynaldo R: I like the aggresive look & waterproof! Feb 6, 2014
Glenn M: Low price and waterproof. I'm taking a chance based on the price. Jan 18, 2014
samuel a: Needed some cold/wet weather gauntlets. They get chilly below freezing but otherwise they have been a boon to my commute. Grip and the finger mobility is great. I highly recommend them. Dec 27, 2013
Mathew C: Keep my hands warm on really cold days, and they work Dec 26, 2013
Tae Y: Price. Live in Northern California, it gets cold but not sub-freezing. Plus the gloves looks real nice. Dec 17, 2013
Dariusz K: I have watched your videos on this site about these gloves. It helped me to choose the correct glove for the weather i will be riding in. I must say that your videos about your products are most helpful. Dec 17, 2013
Randal D: The reviews were good on a cold weather wet time riding glove when heated liners are not really needed. Dec 9, 2013
ned a: This item was chosen because the reviews which were given was exactly what I was looking for in pair of gloves. It has a knuckle protector, its waterproof and it is an all season glove. The description of the gloves on RevZilla was very detailed. Dec 6, 2013
JESUS H: Very nice 3 seasons waterproof gloves. Nov 29, 2013
Allison H: Full gauntlet, reflective touches and warm. Nov 15, 2013
Andrew B: comfortable mild weather gloves Nov 14, 2013
Michael C: Commute Nov 9, 2013
Doug M: Winter is coming.............. Oct 24, 2013
Ronald J: The warmer you keep your core temp, the warmer these gloves keep you fingers and hand. When riding in light rain, they are great, but ride in heavy rain for any length of time and you hands will get wet. They take days 24 hrs plus to dry on their own. Protection seems good, but do not wear in warm conditions because when your hands sweat, these gloves become hard to repeatedly pull on and off. I busted the inner liner, but they are still being used. Oct 20, 2013
Jennifer R: I choose these gloves because purchasers said they keep hands fairly warm down to the mid 30's to low 40's and they were not complaining about the lining coming out when taking off the gloves. I plan to write a review of them after I have had them for a few months. Oct 12, 2013
Angel P: Because Anthony makes such an Awesome Review on every item. He makes me wanna buy'em all lol Oct 6, 2013
Gary A: Bought these to take on a cross country trip. Big mistake. They are not waterproof. Water wicks through them like regular gloves. Oct 5, 2013
BORIS C: Excellent brand, great protection and warm feeling. Oct 4, 2013
Carlos O: portland based... those gloves should be really waterproof !! Integrated wiper a must for me Sep 27, 2013
Thomas F: To keep my hands dry and warm plus the added protection at the knuckles. Sep 25, 2013
Juan N: I needed a waterproof glove that allowed airflow and overall had a stylish look. Being a daily commuter this glove seems like it fits all my needs. Aug 12, 2013
A shopper asked: Some "buyer" reviews of these gloves state that the insulated liner can be removed. Is this the case? Sep 27, 2011
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Gregory M: Insulated liner is non-removable. I would suggest really measuring your hand and following the fitment guide. My hand size fell at the top end of the medium sized glove range and it fits securely and I could put a thin insulating liner underneath if I had to. I felt that I would rather err on the side of being a little tight at first and let the glove break in than just barely fitting into the next size up. I feel that I have excellent control over the bike and can stretch my hand to reach the controls without any excess bulk. Nov 30, 2012
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AliB: The Icon Patrol Waterproof Glove has a non removable waterproof membrane and light insulation. No inner linings can be removed from this glove. Oct 20, 2011
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ColoradoOkie: Nope. The glove liner is not removable. Don't know if it was on an earlier release, but certainly not on my pair. I hope this helps. Mar 25, 2013
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Geir K: No, they liner stays in and you can't wash them so your hands will smell bad. Clue: Febreeze May 5, 2012
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ta3one: I don't think so, there is no insulating layer that I can see. They are not insulated Oct 10, 2011
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PeterJ: I don't think so. The liner is stitched to the leather at the opening. Oct 31, 2011
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thinsley: That is incorrect, the liner can not be removed. Jun 4, 2012
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Richard B asked: I absolutely LOVE that the leather on the thumb wraps over the tip and is only sewn on the sides. I HATE how all of my current gloves have stitching that runs along my thumbnail. This seam is always under my thumbnail pulling it up, or on top of it pressing down. Either way it hurts so bad at the end of the day that I can't stand to touch it.

That said, are there any folks out there with long fingers, but not large hands, who can tell me if the thumb length is adequate when tightly holding a handlebar grip?

When I'm trying on gloves in a store, a lot of times they will feel fine until I squeeze a grip.
Dec 10, 2013
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Jesse S: The Icon Patrol glove are great. I'm working on my second season with them, and the snitching has held together well. They have plenty of room, but I use them for wet weather and cold conditions. They are a bit bulky, but they do the job they are designed for. They appear to be durable, at least for me, they are not showing any signs of wear.
Dec 10, 2013
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Robert M: Not sure how long your fingers are but I have a pair of these that are very nice. I took them on a 15k mile trip this summer and they are still holding up well. I have not had issues with the seams anywhere on the glove. The thumb is long enough to be comfortable but not long enough to be too lose. The Grip and feel through the gloves is good as well. Dec 12, 2013
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Richard B: Btw, I said "not large hands" but I meant "not thick hands". I usually wear a size XL. My hands are not beefy enough to justify an XL, but most gloves don't have long enough fingers until you get to XXL or XXXL. Dec 10, 2013
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Brian P: Mine are tight also when I grip. The gloves a fairly warm, but not waterproof at all. I wouldn't even say they are water resistant. Dec 10, 2013
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Brian P: Mine are tight when I grip the throttle. Also these gloves are not at all waterproof, not even water resistant. Dec 10, 2013
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