Icon Pursuit Stealth Touch Screen Gloves
Nice gloves and fit well
I purchased these because I wanted something for the fall weather that looked good and was not bulky. I was a little worried about the look but they look cool and fit well while keeping my hands nice and warm.
November 4, 2013
Great for capacity touch screens (iPhone)
I have my iPhone 5 mounted on my handle bar with a Topeak Ride Case. I bought this for late spring/summer/early fall rides. This glove does what it's meant to do, I don't have to remove my glove(s) to navigate, text, or answer calls with my iPhone. It's a decent fit, it's leather and it will feel more comfortable when it's broken in. The price is ok, sacrificing some protection features.
September 23, 2013
Ordered a size smaller in comparison to the sizing chart and still much too large. Measured a large, bought medium.
Velcro strap to secure glove around wrist also did not fit too closesly with the mated segment.
Knuckle armor feels cheap, flimsy. Who can say whether or not knuckle armor helps much anyway, still minimal prottive features.
August 2, 2013
I have the Icon Pursuit Perforated gloves, which I love for a warm weather glove. I was hoping this glove would be the same thing just without the holes, but it is not. These feel stiffer and have a little extra padding/insulation, and the fingers are slightly longer.
The touch screen feature does work, but with a big leather finger it's not exactly accurate on the screen. You can do basic operations like swiping your screen and pressing larger buttons, but typing on a full keyboard in portrait mode is a bit of a chore.
Also maybe it's just my fingers but there is a stitch on the inside of the thumbs which really sticks into my thumb and can be painful sometimes when riding. Maybe it will go away with time.
Overall I think for the price these gloves are average. If you want a lightweight glove go to the perforated version, it fits like skin. If you want a warmer glove you probably want something with a gauntlet anyway.
To do it again I'd avoid these gloves.
July 23, 2013
Basic is Basic....
I rode these gloves for a few years in SoCal weather from about 55-95 degrees. They give great feed back and fit like a second skin. Other than that, they offer pretty much zero protection. Like another posted here said, his wrist got messed up in a minor low-side. If you want some real protection at a great price, check out the Dainese Carbon Cover S-ST Gloves. If you just want a streamlined glove that looks good and feels good, then these are for you. Just remember the "knuckle protection" is pretty soft and flexible. Good for comfort, bad for protection...
July 14, 2013
Sizing seems off from non touch Pursuit
I purchased these for work based on a friends non touch Pursuit gloves. After receiving my first pair they were much too large(size L, just as my friends were that fit great), I returned them and got a medium pair. This pair was also too big in the fingers. I usually wear a size L in other brands. I ended up selling them to a another coworker and going with another brand that I could get a better fit with.
June 30, 2013
Pops loves em'
I bought the perf version of this product for myself. I have skinny but long fingers and the XL of the perf version fits perfectly. The XL of this (non-perf) version runs large. My Dad who has fatter hands than me but shorter fingers says they fit perfectly for him. Regardless, we both love this glove. I rock the perf, he rocks the non-pert.
June 28, 2013
Really like them they look great and definitely work with phone the thumbs are just a little weird and don't fit quite right they need to be turned in a little more but it's barely noticeable
May 20, 2013