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Icon Pursuit Stealth Touch Screen Gloves
  • Icon Pursuit Stealth Touch Screen Gloves - Stealth Black
  • Icon Pursuit Stealth Touch Screen Gloves - Stealth Black

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Multi-dimensional functionality for life on the road. Supple sheepskin leather conforms for comfort, integrated plastic knuckle armor for those nasty encounters with the asphalt, and now a Touchtec leather palm to use your touchscreen devices without removal of the glove. Convenience, Comfort, Crash-worthiness: the Pursuit Glove has just leveled up.


  • Expansion gussets to improve overall flexibility
  • Touchtec leather palm allows you to use your touchscreen device with your gloves on
  • Goatskin with Touchtec palm
  • Integrated knuckle armor
  • Secure wrist closure keeps the glove in place
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Icon Pursuit Stealth Touch Screen Gloves 4.3 5 39 39
Excellent glove, Works great with smart phone screens This glove fits as it should, with very little room to spare. I cannot wear my wedding ring with these gloves without it pushing down my finger and causing discomfort. The fingers are bulky so it is difficult to use a touch screen, but the screen responds as if it was your finger, you can easily answer a phone call or hang up, but searching an address on the phones GPS you will want to take your gloves off. Armored knuckles felt soft to begin with which worried me, but after riding with them I was greatful for a little bit of flexibility so that it didn't dig into my hands while manipulating the throttle. Overall great value, touch screen concept it better than the real world application. If you are on a budget, go for the non touch screen type, you won't be missing much by going without it. March 16, 2015
Real good product Nice gloves would recommend them. nice leather and fit. February 16, 2015
Simple, effective, no frills, kinda 'spensive. I've had these gloves a year now, and when they blow out, I'll get more. They're very plain looking, which is great. I could take or leave the touchscreen feature, but that's what was available when I got gloves, and it works well enough. They fit, well, like a glove, although once they break in they're just a wee bit floaty. Hand closed in the throttle position though, these are great. Not too cushy, not too thin, nice and grippy, and the injection molded knuckles have held up against bugs, gravel, and the occasional Prius mirror alike. (never deliberately, but it's amazing how much those things drift in their lanes when their operator is busy texting.) I've used these comfortably riding from about 50 to 103 through all four California 'seasons.' January 5, 2015
Almost perfect The icon pursuit touchscreen glove is an overall excellent warm weather glove that allows you to use your smart phone. I use these gloves for 10 hours a day four days a week and can tell you that they are fairly durable. The only issue I had was that the stitching is right where your finger naturally touches your smartphone, causing touchscreen errors. January 5, 2015
Great quality, good price, few others that match the same profile. Style, confort and protection for rain & cold. If you are looking for this, buy with confidence. So, ts not for those looking for a heavy duty gauntlet. December 25, 2014
Excellent Gloves Excellent gloves. Very good protection and do not limit dexterity. Poor air flow is a very good feature specially now in the cold months. November 28, 2014
Great warm weather gloves Nice low profile gloves. They run a bit large. I usually buy a large but I got these in a medium. They wear in quickly, which has me a bit worried about their longevity, but overall a great glove. November 10, 2014
Hopefully an improvement over the previous model These are my second pair of Icon touch-screen gloves. The first pair were the Justice model and they lasted for about 2-years of mild use. The stitching came apart at the thumb. Unfortunately, there aren't a lot of options for motorcycle gloves that are also touch-screen, so I bought another pair. This pair is quite a bit different. It has leather going over the knuckles as opposed to the hard plastic on the Justice's. Unfortunately because the leather is stretch over the knuckles it is prone to the leather being roughed up a bit. The lining seems better than the previous model and will probably be a little warmer in the winter. They also changed the direction in which the velcro straps down, I'm still getting used to this. Overall, a good glove. I just hope this model will last longer then the previous one. I wasn't too happy about having to buy a new pair 2 years later. October 6, 2014
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Michael M: Great reviews, loved the no nonsense look and found the touchscreen capability to be just what I needed. Still loving these gloves! Mar 22, 2015
Oritsegbegbemi N: I chose to purchase this pair of gloves because they look great, protective, and i don't have to take 'em off to use just about any electronic!! {it's 2015 - everything's capacitive!}. Mar 13, 2015
Robert L: They look comfortable and work for touch screens. Dec 9, 2014
Gilberto T: I really liked the sleek look of the glove, and living in the Central Coast, the non perforated version will be almost a year long glove because of the steady climate. Oct 18, 2014
Himal S: After losing my last pair of gloves, I was looking for a new pair. My criteria were that they needed to be all black, have some sort of knuckle protection, and have a low profile. The fact that these can also work with touch screen phones is a definite plus. Sep 28, 2014
F R: seems like a great all around glove. stylish, and functional. leather, and well made according to reviews. im a rabbi, so i cant really wear anything too flashy, and this will work great with my iphone. i like that i can use it across the board of my riding experience, ie regular size motorcycle and down to my 125cc scooter. Sep 14, 2014
Mohamed E: Seemed like a light glove , that wouldn't bother me in the heat .. and I wouldn't need to take off for using my phone Sep 10, 2014
Yevgeniy D: this has simple clean lines yet with a slightly aggressive attitude and all the right protection and comfort Aug 19, 2014
David T: replacement pair Jul 30, 2014
Robert F: I wanted a touch screen glove and the others I was looking at were all sold out. Jul 16, 2014
Rannie L: Purchased these because the Icon Pursuit Perforated Touch Screen Gloves were out of stock. I believe these are the next best thing.

Guam being smack dab in the middle of the equator means that we enjoy an endless summer. I'm hoping that these gloves will provide decent venting with adequate protection.
Jul 7, 2014
Jonathan C: because of the touchscreen capability I was looking for a short glove at a reasonable price Jun 8, 2014
Robert J: Looks, style, quality, good Revzilla video review. Jun 6, 2014
Ryan C: Right fit, price, and looks; plus mostly positive reviews. I have other Icon gear that's held up well, and I like every piece of it. May 20, 2014
Justin D: Wanted a glove that could be used for early morning and late night rides, as well as during the day in Alaska. Seems to offer decent protection, and the touchscreen option is nice for roadside phone calls or hitting the GPS on a phone. Apr 30, 2014
Russell M: to text and change tv channels while riding Apr 14, 2014
Roberto R: I chose the Icon gloves to be able to use the GPS/music functions of my phone while on long trips without having to pull over and take off the gloves. Apr 6, 2014
Paul R: I have the perforated gloves and they are great but in colder temperatures I wanted something with less airflow :). So far these are working well! Apr 5, 2014
Thomas A: I prefer leather gloves. I have the Icon thunder (free with my motorcycle purchase) and they are falling apart. I like the style of the thunder model so I that I would try these since the looks are very similar. Feb 5, 2014
Daniel G: Needed something for the Central Texas winter that would keep me warm during some long rides that would also still allow me to use my iPhone screen. Nov 13, 2013
Cedric B asked: Are the fingers short or long on these gloves? My palm is exactly 3 1/4" wide so the sizing guide points to a Medium size but my hands & fingers are pretty short (7" from the bottom of the palm to the tip of the middle finger) so my glove size is usually S. Thanks for any advice you can provide. I know returns are free but I'd rather get the size right. Jul 23, 2014
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Michael M: I measure 7.5 from palm to the top of the middle finger and I got the med. size and I have no gap at the finger tips but it's a little tight between the thumb and index finger.That being said, I've ridden in them for two summers now and they have broken in just perfectly...like second skin. They can be a little tight getting off when my hands are sweaty but I'd take that over gloves that have to much extra fabric. Might start with the mediums first...I think you'll be supper happy with them. Jul 23, 2014
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Cedric B: Thanks Michael, this is very helpful. Seems like we have similar hands! Jul 24, 2014
Jamal C: I find the fingers run long in these gloves. I have long fingers and still have a little extra room. Jul 23, 2014
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Tom C: I have pretty average hands for a size Large, if that's any indication. The fingers fit my hands very well- tight enough that I have fine control with them. The thumb is maybe 1/8-1/4" too long, though. This means you won't be using your thumb for anything more precise than pushing the starter, horn, or indicator buttons.

In general, the glove fits better than most I've tried except for "tactical" gloves that wouldn't hold up during an off-bike excursion.
Jul 24, 2014
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Cedric B: Thanks Jamal, I'll definitely get a size S then. Jul 24, 2014
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A shopper asked: Are the gloves waterproof? Jun 12, 2014
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Michael C: I don't purposely ride in the rain but when I get caught I will pull over not giving the rain a chance to soak me so I'll say they are at least rain resistant. I like them a lot because I find myself pulling over and using my iPhone more than I thought I would while out on my scooter. Not having to take off a glove just to make a call or find out how to get home is better than you think it is. I was so satisfied that I bought the perforated and non perforated for cooler weather. And, it don't hurt that they look really nice while upon my Harley Davidson Road Glide Custom. Jun 13, 2014
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Tyrel Y: Short answer is no, not completely. I rode from Seattle to San Francisco with a lot of heavy rainstorms and my hands did get reasonably damp. If you are riding in that heavy of rain however, damp hands are the least of your worries and despite the wet and cold weather, they kept my hands warm. They dried out quickly with no smell. Jun 13, 2014
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Tom C: No, these gloves are not waterproof. They will do fine in a light rain or mist, but actual rain will soak through the seams and leave the inside lining of these gloves wet. Jun 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: My hand measures 3-1/2 inches so I am right between a M and L on the chart. Which would be the better choice? Oct 30, 2014
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Doug L: I originally purchased a size large pair based off of a friends pair. They arrived too big, I returned them for size medium, again too large. I sold them to a teammate they fit. The touch screen feature seemed to work fine though and have held up great for over a year of daily use. Oct 31, 2014
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Todd T: Definitely go with the large... I'm at 3 3/8 and wearing the large just fine. Oct 30, 2014
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Icon Men's Glove Sizing

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Stealth Black / SM 822683 3301-1795 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Stealth Black / MD 822684 3301-1796 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Stealth Black / LG 822685 3301-1797 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Stealth Black / XL 822686 3301-1798 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Stealth Black / 2XL 822687 3301-1799 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Stealth Black / 3XL 822688 3301-1800 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours