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REV'IT! Alaska GTX Gloves
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REV'IT! Alaska GTX Gloves

For those traditionalists who prefer an all-leather glove, rather than the lightweight leather-textile mix of the Bastion GTX, the Alaska GTX with its GORE-TEX membrane can handle the coldest days with comfort and style. Like all REV'IT! gloves, Engineered Skin design balances protection and performance. The result: a superior winter glove.


  • Outershell: goatskin with WR finish, suede leather with WR finish
  • Insulation: Thermolite, Push-Pull Tri-Fleece Liner
  • Waterproofing: GORE-TEX membrane
  • Breathability: GORE-TEX membrane
  • Composition: Outershell: 100% Leather; Lining: 100% Polyester; Membrane: 100% GORE-TEX membrane (ePTFE)
  • Protection: leather hard-shell knuckle, PU injected finger knuckles, TPU hard-shell little finger protector, Dual-comp palm slider, EVA foam at thumb and wrist
  • Visibility: laminated reflection at cuff, reflection at fingers


  • Fit: Tour Fit 
  • Adjustability: Adjustment strap at wrist, Adjustment tab at cuff 
  • Features: Stretch lips at fingers and back hand, Goat Window Grip Patches, Elastic at wrist, Regular cuff length, visor wiper
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REV'IT! Alaska GTX Gloves 4.3 5 47 47
Desert Winters These gloves were my first purchase through Revzilla, and I did a lot of research before pulling the trigger. I wanted an armored leather glove for the winters in Arizona that didn't look too sporty, and these fit the bill nicely. The temp ranges I wear these in are 35-55 degrees Fahrenheit, and the gloves keep my fingers warm on hour-long rides. The only downsides to these gloves is they're at my threshold for bulkiness - anything bigger and I wouldn't use it. They do run small; I was worried getting a medium would be too big for my hands (as I'm usually between a small and medium in most products) but these fit snugly. 5/5 stars, great product! February 2, 2015
Great glove, but not a winter glove This glove is great in a lot of ways-- I feel protected, it's not too bulky, it fits me well, and it's well insulated. However, the "Alaska" name is a misnomer. My fingers started getting numb after 20 minutes of riding in 35F weather. For cool fall and spring days, these gloves are fantastic. I'm looking for a heated solution to handle the freezing cold. December 22, 2014
Nice gloves really nice gloves... tried them a few times and fits right to the hand feels really nice December 10, 2014
Fit Watch the video on Revzilla on the product. I wear a medium in just about everything. The large fits like a glove. Ha Ha. Seriously the glove run one size small. They are very expensive but they are top shelf gloves. You get what you pay for. They look very cool to. December 8, 2014
Awesome quality and the fit is right on with my old Icon gloves I haven't had a chance to ride with them but they feel as comfortable as any high end glove I've ever had on. After being in the Marine Corps for over ten years in a gear oriented occupation I have come to appreciate a good set of gloves, for shooting, riding, hiking etc....these will serve me well and I was a little worried about the size but I ordered my normal XXXL and they fit perfectly. Usually the knuckle protection doesn't match up with larger sizes, no issues here. Great quality coming out of the Revit line, I have replaced all of my riding gear with Revit. November 23, 2014
Great glove for the cool to cold days The gloves are warm and relatively wind proof. Wind guards or heated grips are still recommended at 70mph on a 38 degree morning but these gloves are better than any glove I've worn in the cold pittsburgh fall and spring so far. November 11, 2014
The Right Match for Cold Weather (not Winter) Finding the right pair of cold weather gloves was probably the hardest gear decision I've made as a motorcyclist. No particular design or brand name has fit the bill when it has come to 4-season riding, so I've never found the 'BMW GS' of gloves. REV'IT was totally new to me and these are my first pair of anything from that brand. Since I ride the Ducati MTS now #vs. a GSX-R 750#, I'm no longer a fair weather rider, so that meant re-doing the gear. The hand guards on the bike do nothing and the windshield is just as useless. So the resulting air flow feels great in the Summer, but not so much in colder weather. Hence, my search for these gloves. I first tried ICON winter gloves, which were trash and provided zero insulation to my fingertips, even in mildly cold temps #though they were waterproof#. Bottom line, they were no match for Colorado so I needed to step up the game to GORE-TEX, full gauntlet, leather, and goat skin.....the perfect combo offered by these gloves. All this said, here are the PROS and CONS #MHO only#: PROS: - Great construction and you can tell they are made with high quality materials. I love carrying these around #and wearing them, of course, haha#. Leather just looks good even with the rest of my gear being textile. - Best ‘fall off the bike’ hand protection I've seen on 'winter' gloves. It seems you either get warmth or protection nowadays…..these gloves balance both well. - Definitely waterproof and great wind protection due to construction material. - Good grip for the handlebars. - Double Velcro straps ensure they fit snug. - Warm due to very little breathability, but the GORE-TEX keeps it comfortable, for sure. CONS: - Would not last in Alaska. These are not ‘Winter’ gloves, they are cold weather gloves.......they don't do well in sub-freezing temps for extended periods of time #e.g. over 45 min#. You’ll immediately notice your fingertips take the brunt of the cold and freeze shortly after. Again, this could be because of the setup of my bike, too. I also think taking breaks and getting into warm environments more often during the riding would help, but I’m stubborn and timeline-focused . - Don't do well with heated grips unless you have a really hot setting like the MTS does #get the Fusion if you want to use heated grips......I went with these cause I like leather/goat skin for protection#. - Be careful, they’re bulkier on the inside than they look. - They fit really small and are tight at the finger tips, so try before you buy. Please know that I do understand everybody’s cold tolerances are different, so you probably won’t have the same list of observations I do above. These are great gloves and I’m glad I bought a pair, but based on the riding I’ve done with them, I think they’re overpriced for their performance and priced for the materials #and brand names like GORE-TEX# they are made out of. BL: Buy a pair, you’ll be glad you did. But if you are doing a lot of sub-freezing temp riding, get a pair of heated gloves. November 11, 2014
they leaked I had the misfortune of riding into the summer storm of 2014 in Kelowna/Kamloops BC. 8C lots and lots of rain, lightning flooding etc, you get the picture. The gloves let me down. By the time Id ridden through the storm for an hour, my hands were soaked. But on a plus side I couldnt tell where the water came from, my hands just got "prune" wet. The gloves are bulky, and part of that is the insulation. Lots on the inside of the fingers and between the fingers. These are for the rider whom does not have heated grips. The rubber fingers squeegee is all but useless; on the thumb would have been better . Very little dexterity in them, feeling switches is more by memory than feel. I stopped riding in the winter, so its taken me 2 years of occasional cool/cold weather to break them in. They take forever to break in because there is so much insulation, the pressure points where the leather stretches are minimized, leading to a long break in period. Being so thick they do fatigue the hands a bit, during break in.Top quality glove, but they let me down when I needed it. 2nd time a gor-tex product has let me down (the other time was a set of bmw boots). Maybe I should get into product testing??? I bought a set of $16 insulated blue freezer gloves at Marks Work Warehouse. They kept me drier than these gloves did. It rained all the way back to Tsawwassen terminal. July 24, 2014
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REV'IT! Alaska GTX Gloves
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Craig G: Needed a winter glove in NE Nov 14, 2014
Jeremy D: Needed 40-60 degree glove, this fits the bill, but doesn't do well under 45. Apr 9, 2014
Jon K: Reveiws seemed to be the best for what I was looking for Apr 8, 2014
M I: The best long gloves you can buy for the money. Very warm and you feel you are protected. That is a great feeling when you ride your bike. Mar 29, 2014
John G: Didn't keep my hands warm enough in 35°F and my fingers were freezing after about 20 min. They were also very bulky and I ended up buying some heated glove liners and paired those with thinner gloves. I'd not recommend the Alaska GTX gloves. Mar 25, 2014
Theodore K: Hoping to have warm hands without the need of heated grips. Oct 25, 2013
Daniel M: Protective features, leather, needed a winter glove, Gore-tex. Oct 18, 2013
Andrew S: I normally wear a medium glove and had to return the first order because M was just too small. The replacement L is also tight, but fits. I kept them expecting them to break-in. In general, I have found all Rev'It products I've tried to be sized too small and will order the next size up or two the next time. Oct 9, 2013
David K: good reviews, and recommended from Sales rep at Revzilla... Oct 7, 2013
farley j: Again, 1 of 4 recommendations from 1 of your staff. I was looking to replace my Alpinestar Apex Drystar gloves which were a bit small, and took forever to dry out once they got saturated. These gloves were on sale and seemed to have the best value for money, I am looker forward to warmer dryer hands this fall and winter. Sep 16, 2013
Ahmed E asked: Should I expect this glove to break in? if so, how much approximately? I got a MD but it seems to be very tight around my knuckles, especially when I make a fist. The length of the figures seem okay though.

Mar 10, 2014
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Dale R: I bought a pair of these gloves in sizeXL. They were very tight so I exchanged them for XXL. The XXL, is still so tight that they cut off circulation in my hands. I have worn them quite a bit and they are still too tight. I wrote them off as an expensive glove experiment and got a pair of Held warm and dry which fit perfectly. I have another pair of Rev it winter gloves (can't remember the model) which are xl in size and the fit is fine. While I was waiting for the Held gloves to be delivered I went to my local a store and for $80.00 bought a pair of winter gloves. They are as warm as the Held gloves but do not offer any protection. The fit is also perfect.
Hope this helps.
Mar 11, 2014
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Ahmed E: Thanks Dale that's very helpful. Do you know what model replaced the Warm and Dry from Held? it seems that it was on closeout here and no longer available. The Air and Dry doesn't sound like a heavy duty winter glove. Mar 14, 2014
William M: I also purchased an MD. It was a bit tight at first but over a relatively short period of time, the glove formed perfectly to my hand. Mar 11, 2014
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Mark S: Mine did break-in/pack out a little, however, I ordered one size up (as lots of people recommended). Mar 10, 2014
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A s: It does break in a bit, but not a tremendous amount. Mar 10, 2014
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John B asked: Is the size listed as 3XL the same as the Rev'it XYL size? I have a pair of Rev'it XYLs that I love. Aug 19, 2013
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A s: Yes, it is my understanding that XYL & 3XL are the same. I have also read that REVIT! has converted from Euro to American sizing so I'd check with the Revzilla gear geeks on this one.

What I can tell you is how pleased I am with the Alaska. I visited the Revzilla headquarters in Philly while on a 4,000 mile trip and tried on every Gore Tex winter glove in the house. The Alaska was my choice. I use heated liners in the 30's and below so I went one size up. My 2nd choice would've been the Dianese Jericho.
Aug 21, 2013
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Robert B: I have a pair of XXL or 2XL of the Alaska GTX and find them a very comfortable and good fit. Lots of adjustment around wrist. Finger length good for my long fingers.
Bob B.
Aug 19, 2013
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Lindsay C: Yup. 3XL is Rev'it's XYL and 4XL is Rev'it's XZL. Aug 19, 2013
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John B: Thanks! Aug 22, 2013
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A shopper asked: The important points are cold resistance (which one is the warmest) and protections (which one protects best).

Thank you!
Oct 29, 2012
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RevZilla: From a insulation/warmth perspective, both gloves are going to perform very similarly. If anything, the Dainese Jerico has a slight edge due to the internal Gore-Tex cuff gaiter located inside the gauntlet to provide extra warmth and waterproofing.

From a protection standpoint, the REV'IT! Alaska GTX Gloves are going to be better as they have an external dual-comp palm slider which the Jerico Gloves lack.
Oct 31, 2012
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RickyDDS: I was choosing between these two gloves as well. I don't have the Dainese gloves, but I'm sure they're great. I chose the Rev'it Alaska. Just wrote a review you can check out. Protection is great in these gloves, so no issue there. These are warm gloves so you can keep riding in cold conditions. If you want supernatural warm, then you need heated gloves. I don't think you can go wrong with either. Would probably come down to choosing based on styling preference. Dec 12, 2012
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Ken Phenix: I tried on both and while the Jerico is a great glove, possibly the warmest, I chose the Alaska because my Defender jacket has long sleeve zippers designed to go over the gauntlets for rain riding. The Jerico has a built-in gaiter inside the gauntlet that seemed a bit more complicated. Still, it was a hard choice. Nov 18, 2012
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Ahmed E: Should I expect this glove to break in? if so, how much approximately? I got a MD but it seems to be very tight around my knuckles, especially when I make a fist. The length of the figures seem okay though. Thanks! Mar 10, 2014
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We highly recommend finding a cloth tape measure and taking the time to take these measurements.  REV'IT! sizes will not necessarily correlate with fitment in other brands.

  • Chestwidth: Measure from under/top of armpit cross chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your belly button)
  • Hips: pelvic bone to pelvic bone, the widest part of your hips below the waist
  • Inseam: from crotch to big ankle bone
  • Outseam: from waist to big ankle bone

Mens and Womens Gloves

Hand Width (in) Glove Size 
6.5" XXS / Women's SM
7" XS / Women's MD
7.5" Small / Women's LG
8" Medium / Women's XL
9" LG 
10" XL
11" 2XL
12" 3XL

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

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / LG 720786 8700001131858 In Stock: Ships next business day
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Black / 3XL 720787 8700001131889 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 4XL 720792 8700001131896 In Stock: Ships next business day