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Icon Patrol Waterproof Gloves

Keeping your hands comfortable and protected is crucial when your spending days on the road or trail. The Icon Patrol Waterproof Gloves are designed to keep your hands nice and dry, while a tough textile chassis, Battlehide goatskin palm and reinforced rubber knuckles. A pre-curved palm and fingers relieve hand fatigue and reflective graphics keep you visible when riding at night. Icon has even added a goggle wipe to help keep your vision clear in ugly riding conditions. 

Features:

  • 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
3.9 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.2 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4.1 / 5
Comfort
3.9 / 5
Style
4.3 / 5
Air Flow
3.1 / 5
Fit
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Icon Men's Gloves Sizing

Size Hand Width (in)
SM 2.75
MD 3.25
LG 3.75
XL 4.25
2XL 4.75
3XL 5.25
4XL 5.75

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

How To Measure

HW Hand Width With your dominant hand open and extended, measure across the widest part of your palm, not including your thumb.
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3.9 / 5.0
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Bang For The Buck
4.2 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.0 / 5
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Comfort
3.9 / 5
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4.3 / 5
Air Flow
3.1 / 5
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5 / 5
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Finally, I can still feel my hands when I get to work!!!!!!!!
Might sound funny but it's true! I've been riding for a season or two with just regular leather riding gloves. Great gloves, but when it's cold or wet outside, they offer no rain, or cold protection. Finally, I reached the point where I decided it was stupid of me NOT to order a set of winter/wet weather gloves.

I did a ton of research online and looked at quite a few different options. Finally what it came down to was a recommendation from a friend. He'd been using the Icon Patrol gloves exclusively and rides rain, shine, or otherwise. He'd said that in his use, they'd kept him warm, dry and loved them. I asked him the most important question (a question I use to evaluate all purchases) and that was "If you had the money in your hand right now, would you buy them again?" He said that without a doubt he'd buy them again.

I jumped online and checked the sites, most vendors had the gloves in stock and at roughly the same price. I purchased from Revzilla simply because I've made a few purchases with them recently, shipping was fast, customer service was great, and with the previous purchases, I'd accrued some rev bucks, or whatever they call it, and was able to apply these to the order. Saved me an addl $5. Hey I'm all about saving money! Within a week, they'd arrived at my door step.

This morning was my first ride with them. I live in Portland, Oregon where we get more Rainshine than Sunshine, so it wasn't hard to test these out. This morning it was about 45 degrees with a light rain. Nothing horrible, however still a good test run.

The gloves fit great, the gauntlet style cuff fit over my Icon PDX rain jacket without a hitch. Finger pockets were snug, but not tight. In fit, I'd give it 9 out of 10.

As far as warmth goes, even though it wasn't horribly cold, I can tell you that if I hadn't been wearing these, I'd have spent a few extra minutes in the parking lot, trying to get my keys out, helmet off, etc. My hands were perfectly warm, not sweaty, just right. They didn't get wet a bit and this is good since the whole point of these gloves is to be waterproof and insulated. For warmth/waterproof, I'd give them 8 out of 10. Only because I can't vouch for colder temps yet.

As far as style goes, hey I love a lot of Icon's gear. I think they have a good formula as far as style goes. They don't overdo it, so the gloves have longevity. There's reflective lettering on the outside cuff as well as just above the knuckles. The knuckles themselves have the "asphalt technologies" plastic knuckle protectors, which I think should be standard on any glove, especially if you've ever been hit by a rock at 70 mph. Style, and features, I give 9 out of 10. I can wear these gloves for a long time, the style and durability support that.

Overall, if you were to ask me... "If you had to do it over again, would you buy these gloves?" My answer would be "Yes". Yes I would, the gloves come at a great price, have typical ICON styling that offers style without gaudiness, and gear longevity. They do their job well and if you ride in the rain like I do, you'll appreciate the waterproof qualities and insulation.

9 out of 10 for me. Hope this review was helpful. Safe riding.
June 4, 2012
Ride:
1982 Honda CM250C Custom
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Good waterproof Glove
Been riding with this glove a few weeks now, and it is as advertised. They are indeed waterproof, even in serious downpours. Moderately flexible, enough to work controls without issue. The only problem ive had here is that the built in visor wipe bumps my high beam flasher sometimes, but a small change in where i place my hand fixes that.

The cuffs are large, large enough to easily fit over my carhart jacket, or my rain gear and easily manageable even with the gloves on. It is also flexible enough to go under a midsize cuff though, if desired.
The pull strap to tighten the wrist works well, and stays put when slipped into the hook. They are also is useable with the gloves on, unlike many others that you cant get ahold of unless you have bare hands. These work well. In short, these go on and off easily.
Knuckle armor works well, I got hit with a rock this morning on the freeway and didnt feel a thing. Its not the hardest, but it seems to do its job.
the biggest bonus I found with these is that they are good in colder weather than I would have thought. I've worn them in temps below 30 in serious wind and rain, and the only thing that got cold was the very tips of my fingers, which far exceeded my expectations for them. If i would have had glove liners on i doubt even that would have happened. Note, my hands never got hot, but they also never got cold. No chance to ride with them in warmer weather yet, as its been in the sub 30-45 range every day since i got them, so no idea at what point they will get hot.
Size wise, I usually wear a medium glove, large in a few brands, and i ordered a large. When cinched up, the large fits me fine. There is enough room that I could wear a thin liner inside them no problem. But even without them, i get none of that annoying glove slipping riders hate. They fit.
February 27, 2012
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
2 / 5
Features
2 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Not waterproof
The gloves are definitely not waterproof. I used these gloves during a light tropical storm which resulted in my fingers being completely soaked. The gloves are also too thick for my taste, which made it difficult to control certain ergonomic features on my bike. Overall, i'm disappointed in these gloves and wished I'd had bought something else that was cheaper.
June 22, 2015
Ride:
2015 Yamaha YZF-R6
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
Features
2 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
1 / 5
4 Weeks and Stitches Coming Loose
I have a pretty easy commute, only ~10 miles city traffic. So when after 4 weeks, the gloves already have stitches coming out its pretty disappointing. I mean, full stitches coming loose across the palm and fingers, not a loose thread here and there.

What a waste...
November 20, 2015
Ride:
1972 Honda CB500
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Cheap stitching
At $75, I wasn't expecting the best gloves in the world, but after less than one week, the stitching over the right gauntlet started coming undone. It is definitely not a cold weather glove and should only be used for temps above 50 degrees as my finger tips were getting pretty cold/numb with temps around 45 degrees. Didn't have much ability to test with the rain as I ended up returning it. Definitely won't purchase this again.
May 6, 2016
Ride:
2000 Harley Davidson Dyna Low Rider FXDL/I
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Air Flow
1 / 5
Tears at the seams
Purchased the gloves 4 months ago and they already started ripping at the seams. No offroad use just freeway commuting.
March 1, 2016
Ride:
2015 Kawasaki Ninja 650R
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Impressed.
I just took my first ride with the Patrol Waterproof gloves and I'm impressed. It was low-thirties and given the following: a) I ride a naked SV650, b) I have no hand-guards or heated grips.. These gloves kept me reasonably warm. Being on a naked bike really put these gloves to the test and honestly, the conditions outside and my bike set-up are not what I consider to be reasonable for any decent distance or commute. With a properly set up bike (windscreen, heated grips) these gloves will be excellent and great for different road conditions. I wont be riding through too much 34 degree weather, but these will be great for any rainy mornings and the cold, elevated mountain roads... oh man, I'm getting excited already!!! I am planning a cross-country trip for spring 2013 and these gloves will be coming with me... :) The SV's for sale.... need that FZ1 I got my eye on...
The fit is true to size, it may seem a little tight at first but just like most equipment that stretches out over time, a little tightness when brand-new tends to end up being a perfect fit once broken-in. Plus it is only tight in the finger tips when trying to fully extend your hand. However, when wrapped around the handle-grips, the gloves are awesome! I had full control over my throttle and clutch despite the relative bulk of these gloves. Some other reviewers have mentioned that the thumb and pinky finger are long on these gloves. I noticed this when wearing them off the bike, however, when I began to ride it seems that the extra space in those areas helped reduce the restrictive feeling when reaching for clutch or front brake and/or twisting the throttle. In other words, it may be an intentional (if not slightly goofy at times) design characteristic. Or, I'm just imaging all of this. But to me, it is more important how they feel when operating the bike and I was very happy with the results.
The thumb squeegee is well placed and on the proper hand (front brake side), and it is a welcomed feature for inclement weather, which is bound to happen sooner or later.
Being a skier, I hate gloves that are difficult to put on once the first glove is put on.. (got that?) In sensible terms, its basically easy to get the other glove on over your jacket sleeve and secured "airtight" while using a ICON patrol glove. Rather wieldy gloves indeed, considering these are cold weather and water-proof.
The reflective material is very effective and will definitely increase visibility, and it looks cool, which is a plus.
I am confident that these gloves will get me through the cold and wet conditions that will be faced, undoubtedly. No, I can't personally speak for the water-proofing of these gloves, however, the various websites where reviews like this are available seems to point in the right direction, which is that they are close to 100%. For $75, I'm happy with the purchase and it held up to a tough test that it won't really ever see again.. But, honestly, if you are going to ride the cold, cold weather you need more than good gloves, yet the Patrol's are a welcomed part of the overall set-up for long-distance/inclement weather riding. You may find warmer gloves somewhere, or ones that have a little zipper pouch that can take a hand-warmer or something or get heated linings, but you would most likely lose mobility and have more bulk in the design. I think ICON hit a good balance.
November 30, 2012
Ride:
2007 Yamaha FZS1000 FZ1
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
excellent glove
purchase to use on rough weather and some cold. So far here in Alaska have kept my hands dry during a 70 miles hard rain ride in the Richardson hwy, in the Alaska range. Also kept my hands warm. If you have average/long fingers, order a size larger.
August 22, 2011
Ride:
2009 Kawasaki KLR650
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Icon Patrol gloves deliver their promise
The Icon Patrol gloves are simply great, great gloves. I decided to spend a little bit more and go for a full and real waterproof pair of gloves after a disappointment with the TourMaster's Dri Mesh gloves (supposed to be waterproofed, but was a total fiasco...Sorry TourMaster, is the truth!). These Icon gloves are my third pair and are superior in quality and features.

As I live in a tropical country, I was looking to have a 101% waterproof pair of gloves but not too warm. The Icon gloves are bit warm, but not too much (at least not during the evenings and rainy afternoons, I use a different pair when it's hot and sunny). Also, as any other winter gloves (I guess) they're bit bulky as well, but after couple of rides one gets used to them.

Besides that, these gloves are perfect. I had used them under rain while my hands are perfectly dry (as any waterproofing gear should work!!). Their reflective panels are quite cool, and have very convenient straps which helps them to fit perfect in my hands and over my jacket's sleeves. The protection offered is also much better compared to the other pairs I have. Bottom line: you can't go wrong with these. Definitely would buy again.
May 31, 2011
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Perfect For me
I purchased these in a pinch because I only had summer gloves and thought I could handle riding in them even in winter since it's never too cold in SoCal. The rain taught me otherwise.

These are very warm and snug and the fingers fit me better than my other gloves. As some have complained, the insulation slightly hinders movement and sensation but I'm not sure what they are expecting. It's like wearing some light snow gloves, of course they are going to be a little restrictive. If anything, it makes you a better rider because it forces you to get some fine grained control over your inputs.

I love these. If you want some warm gloves, buy them.
January 9, 2013
Ride:
2007 Hyosung GV650
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Need waterproof gloves becasue I live in the northwest! These seem like they will work great, excited to try them!
Tyrel W on Sep 8, 2016
All weather protection for commuting.
Robert H on Aug 14, 2016
Need waterproof gloves becasue I live in the northwest! These seem like they will work great, excited to try them!
Tyrel W on Sep 8, 2016
good reviews for a fall commuter glove to keep hand warm and dry.
John M on Aug 22, 2016
All weather protection for commuting.
Robert H on Aug 14, 2016
I needed water proof protection & have had good luck with Icon gloves. These gloves look to be warm, waterproof & great protection.
Brian N on Apr 30, 2016
Need warmer gloves that are also waterproof.
Yakatoy on Apr 13, 2016
These have been great! I regularly ride in 30 degree temps, they have kept my hands warm. However once you start to get below 34 degrees you really need hand warmers to stay comfortable for long rides.
David P on Apr 6, 2016
Not Waterproof at all.
Yousuf S on Mar 22, 2016
Gloves are the easiest to replace of any kit, so i figured with good reviews and a great price, they're worth trying out in the rain.
Charlie700 on Mar 21, 2016
Freezing fingers
Bradley W on Mar 7, 2016
Just got them today bought a large & the fit is perfect. But the weather is to warm to wear. (ok with me) but it changes all the time let you know.
brad s on Feb 16, 2016
Looking for some quality clothes that are good for year around riding no matter the weather
J T on Feb 13, 2016
Video looks good and I like the reviews
Alan C on Feb 6, 2016
I ride year round and these were waterproof and warm per the reviews.
MountainCommuter on Jan 22, 2016
Waterproof and perfect for the PNW
AshPNW on Jan 21, 2016
Great gloves
Lewis W on Jan 12, 2016
Needed cold weather gloves, they bunch up in the palms a decent amount.
al b on Dec 22, 2015
Gift
Michelle W on Dec 11, 2015
Good reviews and price for the advertised features. Was not disappointed
James D on Nov 30, 2015
Icon makes great gear, I've gotten other stuff from them and their products are durable and feature rich. The prices are reasonable for good gear.
Peter F on Nov 16, 2015
THE VIDEOS HELPED ME PICKED THE RIGHT GLOVES
Danny G on Nov 3, 2015
Getting cooler in the mornings and my other ICON gloves are doing well
Dale J on Nov 1, 2015
Icon makes great gloves at awesome prices. This should do well with the dropping temps and the waterproofing doesnt hurt.
Masude S on Oct 31, 2015
Price and reviews seem good. Need a waterproof glove with not much insulation because winter is about 30 degrees at its coldest and I have hand guards.
A S on Oct 20, 2015
waterproof online video explanation of functionality and flexibility of the glove
Lynn C on Oct 18, 2015
Video review on revzilla
craig f on Oct 3, 2015
Because the Icon Patrol Waterproof gloves is made especially for Washington State Seattle weather, always rainy wet and cold weather conditions. I commute to work everyday and need this glove right away! I can't wait to get this glove and ride with it on through the most rainy weather state and cold weather riding in 45 degree weather... I let you know how it works out... Thanks Revzilla! :-)
John A on Sep 28, 2015
I needed some new waterproof gloves.....
Jose L on Sep 11, 2015
Lots of bang for my buck, and looks great. The over the jacket cuff is going to be great too.
Clarke J on Sep 8, 2015
I liked the video, This seemed like a good value for a decent amount of protection and I know it's not the most important thing but the styling just looks cool.
Nathan C on Sep 8, 2015
Match my jacket
Tommy H on Aug 24, 2015
Value and RevZilla's on-line video (very good remarks by Anthony)
CARLOS G on Jul 31, 2015
Waterproof
Arul S on Jul 17, 2015
bang for the buck, plus I like ICON
Richomx on Jul 11, 2015
I needed a good cold weather, water proof glove. They were a decent price and fit well. Only bummer is that, with all the insulation the grip moves a little in your hand. Otherwise these are great
Paul D on Jun 17, 2015
Hands were cold in winter.
Ckat on Jun 5, 2015
It suited me when I ride in inclement weather. Looks a good quality product to suit my needs.
Cheers Graham Ey
Graham E on Apr 16, 2015
waterproof glove, excellent choice
Manfred V on Apr 11, 2015
price,style,waterproof,and safety
angelo p on Apr 5, 2015
Looked great and sturdy.
Have been using it, however I find it to be too uncomfortable for everyday riding. (I realize it is a waterproof glove) so it should not be for everyday use.
luiz l on Apr 2, 2015
Great tactile feel, features & long cuff
Koji M on Mar 11, 2015
Based on the review on Revzilla I chose these. Haven't been disappointed at all!
Timothy G on Jan 15, 2015
I purchased these gloves in hopes that they will help keep my fingers warm while riding on my scooter in winter. I didn't want to spend too much, plus I go short distances.
Aaron L on Jan 9, 2015
These work fantastic in the winter. Good down to about 30 degrees
Ryan P on Jan 6, 2015
Read good reviews.
Stephen S on Jan 1, 2015
i was looking for a reliable and sturdy pair of gloves and according to the 20 reviews i have watched and read this is them
rudy C on Dec 27, 2014
good for the value, warmth and comfort in low temperatures,in use in NY , in 25 degrees. used with heated grips
Ramon B on Dec 24, 2014
For winter riding
Stavros S on Dec 19, 2014
Need a winter glove and LOVE my Icon Pursuit gloves! Thermal lining should be enough for So Cal winter riding, no need for heated gear here.
Richard S on Dec 9, 2014
This is a gift. If possible, please don't indicate on package that it is from a motorcycle shop! thanks!
Molly M on Dec 6, 2014
i love icon and i have always have the best experience with their gear.
melvin m on Dec 2, 2014
good reviews for a fall commuter glove to keep hand warm and dry.
John M on Aug 22, 2016
I needed water proof protection & have had good luck with Icon gloves. These gloves look to be warm, waterproof & great protection.
Brian N on Apr 30, 2016
Some "buyer" reviews of these gloves state that the insulated liner can be removed. Is this the case?
A shopper on Sep 27, 2011
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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.
RichardBronosky on Dec 10, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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.
The sizing chart for this glove is absolutely ludicrous. Unless this company caters to sasquatches, I can't see any normal human that has a length of 11 inches from wrist to middle finger tip. The palm sizes are completely FUBAR as well. None of these match up to any size I normally wear on a glove (which is typically medium).

Can someone please help me give Revzilla my money and provide some clarity as to the proper sizing on these gloves? My palm length is roughly 3 3/4" wide (or 9 1/4" all the way around). From the tip of my middle finger to the wrist is about 7". Your help is appreciated...thanks!
Frank B on Sep 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Frank,
I just measured my pair of medium gloves and they are 4 in for the palm and from finger tip to wrist 7 inches. I normally wear a medium glove in other brands and this fits pretty good. It end up leaving a little room which was great for the heated glove liners I use when it gets below 50 if you still happen to ride. Hope this helps.

What is the best way to dry the glove? The glove is waterproof on the inner liner but the outside shell is not waterproof. A couple of times I've had to ride in some heavy rain and my hands stayed completely dry, however, the outside shell was drenched. The climate here has high humidity, so the gloves don't dry quickly over night. Any suggestions?
Court N on May 15, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I had your same issue, what I did after some research is to "fan" it. Use any fan and let it dry under the wind. Do not use hot air!!, just air is fine. Dryed mine overnight like that! Good luck!
What temperature range is this glove made for?
Danny D on Oct 3, 2015
BEST ANSWER: I don't know the temperature rating, but they are very effective. I've ridden through snow country in freezing temperatures, and my hands are warm and dry. You can always wear a thin glove liner underneath if you're concerned.