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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.

PROTECTION FEATURES:

  • 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

ERGONOMIC FEATURES:

  • 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
Bang For The Buck
3.7 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.5 / 5
Features
4.3 / 5
Comfort
4.3 / 5
Style
4.6 / 5
Air Flow
3.5 / 5
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REV'IT! Men's and Women's Glove Sizing

Hand Circumference (in) Men's Glove Size Women's Glove Size 
7 - SM
7.5 XS MD
8 SM LG
8.5 MD XL
9 LG -
9.5 XL -
10 2XL -
10.5 3XL -
11 4XL -

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

How To Measure

HC Hand Circumference Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your hand behind the knuckles, not including the thumb, keeping the tape snug. Measure both left and right hands and use the larger of the two measurements.
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 3XL 720787 8700001131889 Out of Stock

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4.3 / 5.0
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3.7 / 5
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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#:<br><br>PROS:<br>- 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.<br>- 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.<br>- Definitely waterproof and great wind protection due to construction material.<br>- Good grip for the handlebars.<br>- Double Velcro straps ensure they fit snug.<br>- Warm due to very little breathability, but the GORE-TEX keeps it comfortable, for sure.<br><br>CONS:<br>- 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 ?.<br>- 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#.<br>- Be careful, they’re bulkier on the inside than they look.<br>- They fit really small and are tight at the finger tips, so try before you buy.<br><br>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.<br><br>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
Ride:
2012 Ducati Multistrada 1200S
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
4 / 5
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2 / 5
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.<br><br>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.<br><br>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???<br><br>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
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Great winter glove
I have been using these gloves for a couple of months now, and they cover all my needs.<br>They work perfect on the 15 - 0 C we have here on winter, plus they are truly waterproof.<br>The visor cleaner comes really handy, and they work well with heated grips.<br>A couple of weeks ago I had a minor low-speed crash and the palm slider worked great, with only some minor scratches on it.
August 6, 2012
Bang For The Buck
1 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
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4 / 5
Alaska? More Like Ohio.
Fit:<br>- The glove fits a bit large. That is, if you're between sizes, size up. I am normally between a SM and a MD, and a MD fits perfectly on me.<br><br>Feel:<br>- There is little to no tactile sensation when wearing this glove. I can't even feel for my sun visor slider on my helmet when I have these gloves on, much less the buttons for my Bluetooth headset. I honked someone by accident while turning off the blinker.<br>- The inside and outside of the glove are very comfortable to the touch. It's clear that the materials are of high quality. The leather on the outside is beautiful.<br><br>Function:<br>- Very breathable. My hands did not get clammy or sweaty at all in these gloves.<br>- Very poor insulation, for how thick these gloves are. My hands were numb and freezing within 20 minutes at 20 degrees. Highly disappointing for a $200 winter glove.<br><br>Overall, an excellent glove for mild winter weather, and very stylish; Poor for, as the product description reads, "the coldest days".
February 11, 2014
Ride:
2013 Honda CBR250R ABS
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
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EXCELLENT winter glove!
I rode all the way form Texas just to see your store (not really) and I tried on every Gore-Tex glove in your 2010 winter glove guide video. The Alaska was your top pick in its class and rightfully? so. Warmth and comfort are superb and It also has the protection features I love about the "Dirt" which is my summer glove. The gauntlet cinches up tight enough to allow me to pull the Gore-Tex liner of my Defender jacket over when the going gets wet. Outstanding glove/jacket combination!. Thanks!
November 18, 2012
Name is accurate
Man, they weren't kidding when they called this glove the Alaska. They're super thick and have great insulating properties - they would work perfect for that kind of climate. I love the hard palm slider, and the quality and fit and finish on the whole glove is second to none. I'm very impressed with REV'ITs quality.<br><br>They're very comfortable too, the liner is nice and soft and there aren't any seams digging into your skin. The liner makes it a bit of a bear to get on, especially in the pinky, but it worked fine once I got used to it.<br><br>Fits true to size if you use their sizing chart, although, I also have a pair of Icon (not recommended) gloves and they're the same size.<br><br>I'm going to exchange mine for something a bit thinner but still waterproof. I think the winters in WA are a bit too mild for such a thick glove. Still, I'd highly recommend these for anyone in a colder climate.
October 22, 2010
You Sure These Things Aren't Heated
I've been looking for a replacement for my ripped and torn Rev'it Kelvins. Not because of shoddy construction but because of a certain low-side avoiding a certain forrest creature (Damn you Bambi, look both ways next time!). Don't worry, the creature was unharmed but the gloves took a beating. Let me quickly say that I loved my Kelvins. They were fantastic for warmth, waterproofing, and as I experienced first hand, protection. I initially was going to buy another pair of Kelvins but looked into Rev'it's new line of GTX gloves. The textile models were so bulky to the point of looking like you are about go 10 rounds in the ring. The Alaska had a classic look with the goatskin outer and subtle protective features. The carbon knuckle and sliders I trust will offer same protection as I have needed in the past (Looking at you Bambi) and I can confidently say that these gloves are even more insulating than the Kelvins. Been riding in the 40's without any discomfort. Haven't ridden in any downpours but I trust the GTX should do its job. As with any winter glove you are not going to have as much feel on your grips but I think the Alaska offers a good amount compared to some of the thicker models. The glove runs a bit tight as with all Rev'it gear but I prefer them to be so. They are pricey but the build quality, features and materials make this glove good value.
November 30, 2010
Bulky but amazingly flexible
When I got these gloves, I was disappointed to see it was just another bulky glove. When I tried it out, however, I was very pleased the bulkiness did not affect the feel by much. I was amazed to find how flexible it was even if it made my hands look like bear paws. The add recommended going one size bigger but I'm glad I didn't because I got the size according to the measurement provided and the gloves turned out to be a tad bit large. I rode in 32 degree weather with grip warmers and noticed my fingertips got pretty cold after about 15 minutes. Overall, a very nice glove.
December 5, 2010
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
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4 / 5
Good glove
So I've had this pair of gloves for a couple of weeks now. I ride a KLR650 with no hand guards. My average commute is about 10 miles each way at highway speeds. I do a couple of long-distance trips during the year, but haven't used them for that...yet.<br>Ridden with then down to 33F and up to about 65F. The comfort range for me is between 40F and 60F. Down to 33F the chill is felt, but isn't overpowering. Granted, I wouldn't want to go too far at that temp without having something to protect me from the wind or having warmed up the gloves first. Above 60F they get pretty toasty...not uncomfortable, but I could feel that if I hit 70F my hands would get sweaty.<br>In the cold rains that I went through they kept me nice and dry, but there was never any "extensive" trial of more than 15 miles.<br>They certainly look nice. Can't vouch for durability since I've only had them 2 weeks. I find the gauntlet is so-so...they are a little difficult to get on over if your jacket wrists aren't cinched tight, and I can't imagine trying to deal with wearing them under if I were to be in a hurry.<br>The fit issues with me are that the pinkies are too long for my hands(at least an extra cm) and that there seems to be some bunching on the palm side where the fingers and the palm meet when I close my hand.<br>Personally, at this price I think that I should have coughed up the extra $20 for the Dainese Jericho(which I haven't tried) since the gauntlet seems wider and it has that extra bit in the middle that your sleeve slides over to help add a little more protection from the elements.<br>The only other waterproof winter gloves I've owned were some Frank Thomas gloves. Compared to those the Alaska is alot less bulky, more flexible, and a bit warmer....but 2.5 times the price.<br>The Alaska glove is full of safety features and that was one of the main drawing points for me. They have plenty of hard parts and are securely on(won't go flying of my hand if I go flying off the bike),<br>Worth $190...meh. I'm happy with the Alaska, but I think I could have gotten by with something cheaper like the Dainese Scout. Are they a good value? No, you're paying more to get more(safety, style, Gore-tex, etc), but I am satisfied with the product so far and don't feel ripped off.
November 17, 2011
Ride:
1999 Kawasaki KLR650
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
2 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
2 / 5
Disappointing
I have used the Rev'it Alaska gloves for one winter. I have a tolerance for cold temperatures and can use my summer gloves (RS Taichi GP-EVO) down to 55 degrees and then 48 degrees with a glove insert. The Alaska didn't retain heat even when standing still and my fingers became just as cold as my summer gloves with inserts when temperatures were in the low 50's or lower. When riding in cold weather, I could feel airflow going in the glove. Hopefully, I can cut the airflow by waxing the seams. The Alaska should have be an improvement over my summer gloves with inserts, but it wasn't. I haven't tested the waterproofness.<br><br>The gloves also need more extensive motion panels. The leather is very stiff and is kept taut by the internal knuckle throughout the range of motion and causes my hands become fatigued. The current Alaska only has one narrow stretch panel that has a limited ability to stretch.
June 30, 2012
Ride:
2009 Yamaha YZF-R1
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Why did you choose this?
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These gloves are the real deal. dry and warm in the NW winter rain storms after hours on the highway. High quality that I have come to expect from Rev'it. With heated grips I can ride in the sub 20's, beyond that is just crazy.
Meat33 on Feb 22, 2016
My hands were cold
KEN K on Dec 13, 2015
These gloves are the real deal. dry and warm in the NW winter rain storms after hours on the highway. High quality that I have come to expect from Rev'it. With heated grips I can ride in the sub 20's, beyond that is just crazy.
Meat33 on Feb 22, 2016
Rev it product and I like the quality from Revit
Ken v on Jan 2, 2016
My hands were cold
KEN K on Dec 13, 2015
It will be great for California winter weather,hand mobility, and safety features !!!!
Jack B on Oct 25, 2015
I'm a daily commuter and ride all year round. That being said I want the best protection and comfort I can afford.
Sandy A. M on Sep 13, 2015
These gloves are amazing
Todd F on May 31, 2015
Needed a winter glove in NE
Craig G on Nov 14, 2014
Needed 40-60 degree glove, this fits the bill, but doesn't do well under 45.
Jeremy D on Apr 9, 2014
Reveiws seemed to be the best for what I was looking for
Jonnie on Apr 8, 2014
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.
M I on Mar 29, 2014
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.
John G on Mar 25, 2014
Hoping to have warm hands without the need of heated grips.
Theodore K on Oct 25, 2013
Protective features, leather, needed a winter glove, Gore-tex.
Daniel M on Oct 18, 2013
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.
Andrew S on Oct 9, 2013
good reviews, and recommended from Sales rep at Revzilla...
David K on Oct 7, 2013
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.
farley j on Sep 16, 2013
Rev it product and I like the quality from Revit
Ken v on Jan 2, 2016
It will be great for California winter weather,hand mobility, and safety features !!!!
Jack B on Oct 25, 2015
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!
Ahmed E on Mar 10, 2014
BEST ANSWER: 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.
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.
John B on Aug 19, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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.
The important points are cold resistance (which one is the warmest) and protections (which one protects best).

Thank you!
A shopper on Oct 29, 2012
BEST ANSWER: 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.