Icon Pursuit Perforated Touch Screen Gloves
Very Nice Gloves.
This was my second set of gloves in my 4 years of riding. I really like the styling of these gloves, they look fantastic, and the touch screen feature works out great. These do seem to fit a little small. I originally ordered the XL's which according to the fit guide should have fit, or been a little large, but they were skin tight. I felt as if I were going to rip through them, and as others have mentioned, the extra material in the tips of the fingers was very bothersome. I returned them and got the next size up, XXL, and they fit fantastically. The excess material in the tips does not bother me with this sizing, and while they still fit snug, the are not so much that they are uncomfortable or feel like I will Hulk them out. The airflow on these seems decent, but I guess I expected them to have more due to the perforations. They feel quite durable, but only time will tell on that one. Overall, I am happy with my new set of gloves, and will see if they stand the test of time and wear, and see if they outlast my $40 Olimpia gloves that I have been riding with.
March 23, 2014
fast shipping very cool gloves are amazing review is too long
March 10, 2014
Fantastic daily glove
This glove is great for daily rides. Works on my phone and is nimble enough to put on my helmet with. Make sure to look at the sizing details and get the right size glove!
March 10, 2014
Great product for the price. good quality. Fit is good. Wont get the real feel until my first ride.
February 18, 2014
Excellent, but pricey
There isn't any reason that I see that these gloves should be this expensive, but they are excellent lightweight riding gloves, with limited protection. I like the fit and the styling. The primary reason I chose these gloves is the styling. I don't like stripes, graphics, names and other stuff all over my clothes. Most gloves have some or all of that, and that limits the choices. So I paid what I feel is a premium for a premium styled product, that is otherwise all-around excellent.
February 17, 2014
Love these gloves
If you are looking for a high protection glove these may not be for you. As for me I wanted some protection with style. You get knuckle/finger protection. I love wrist cut gloves, and these are full leather which means they are incredibly comfortable to me. After a month or so the leather shapes and mold to your hand perfectly. The perforation factor hasn't had huge impact on me in cold or hot weather (55-105 degree). A glove is a glove, and I think these are a pair of fine good gloves. The touch screen is a nice additive that works good.
Con if you will: The Velcro isn't as strong as I would like... but it still stays fastened. And at the same time I kinda feel a stronger Velcro is not really needed cause the glove literally has molded to my hand, so definitely not a deal breaker for me.
(I've been wearing them almost everyday for 4 months straight with no problems)
January 27, 2014
Good, but expensive for little protection
I had a highside in these, going about 30, so I don't have a lot of skid experience on them. Oddly, I had more skin worn away under the gloves than the gloves had lost leather, which still wasn't much. They held up well, though the velcro closure was not so hot. It's much too small for me to feel secure, and I would really have appreciated some wrist protection- as it is I busted my hand in a couple places. It's a compromise glove, though, not a go to track gauntlet. The leather is very supple, flows well, and is fairly responsive with touch devices. These actually make some pretty good all-arounders as well, with subtle knuckle armor and low-key aesthetics. As it is, I've made the move to the ---------------- glove, which is basically the same (minus the touch capability) with much better scaphoid protection, low side padding, and similar styling for currently 2/3 the price.
January 24, 2014
Nice looking gloves
Well Made, excellent protection but definitely on the small side. I have average size hands and I wear an extra large in these
January 6, 2014