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Put your dukes up and prepare to battle cold/wet weather with the REVIT Boxer Gloves. Adorned with many of the same great features that have made the Carver H20 a staple in REV'IT's lineup, the Boxxer ups the ante with a water resistant goatskin construction, added adjustment strap at the wrist and a suede visor wiper. Perfect for in-town commuting or spontaneous snow ball fights, the Boxxer will keep you in the ring longer when cold weather strikes this year.
Outer shell: goatskin with WR finish, suede leather with WR finish, connect finger tip fabric
Great gloves with one huge flaw.
This is going to be a pretty tough review, as my very first experience with these gloves was a long ride in wet/cold conditions. My overall feeling is that its a well put together pair of gloves, and for the most part well thought out. The huge (and I mean massive) problem with these gloves is the elastic fabric at the wrist that rapidly wicks moisture directly into the glove. I get that these are commuter gloves, and maybe I used them beyond their intended purpose-- I went on a 6-hour trip through new england in medium-heavy rain the whole way, temps were low to mid-50's.
Before heading out I tried to get everything as secure as possible- I pulled my jacket sleeve as far over the glove as I could and ratcheted it down, and then a rain suit on top of that. For the first 15 minutes I'd say it did a great job, around that 15 minute mark I felt some dampness at the wrist. By 30 minutes in my hand was wet, and by 45 it was soaked through.
Unless you have really long sleeves, theres no way to get securely over the wrist fabric, and that fabric just immediately wicks water into the glove. I'm kicking myself for buying this glove because it was in the right price point and I liked the style. Anthony even calls out in the video that the cuff sacrifices functionality for style and that couldn't be more true.
After drying it out I went on another ride with it on a cool 50* day and it stayed nice and warm, so if you're looking for something for colder temps and maybe the occasional shower, then this glove might be for you. Otherwise I'd consider something else.
October 7, 2014
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Joseph S: Needed a short cuff cold weather glove to work with my Rev-it Roamer jacket and I like the Rev-it quality.Oct 10, 2014
Jonathan L: Seems to have the right balance of armor, water resistance, and urban commuting funcitonalitySep 21, 2014
Erik Á asked:About the sizing... I currently use the Rev'it monster gloves.,I'm XL in that model. From the video Anthony mention that the gloves are bigger and probably should buy a L instead, is that correct or how can a get a proper measure? as sizing guide for monster and boxxer have the same numbers.Sep 21, 2014
EnReVe:I called up revzilla. I received some sage advice. They asked me to try on at least 2 pairs of gloves as every one has a slightly different fit regardless of size. I tried the Klim element L and M. I ended up with revit boxxers. They run smaller than Klims but fit well. Sep 22, 2014
Herb V:I normally get a medium in every glove except Saints I'm a large.. I ordered a medium of this glove and I have extra space for my fingers to move around. If I would order them again I would get smalls. Sep 22, 2014
Daniel K asked:Same question about sizing: I have Revit Monster Medium gloves and I run small american sizes. I suspect I am a 7.5 for European Size. Should I get a small or a Medium? It sounds like Revit is more american in sizing now so I am thinking a small would be better?Oct 6, 2014
Curt R:Hi! I just got a pair of these. I wear an "American" size "Large" and they fit across my palm just fine. The fingers are quite long (I have somewhat stubby fingers) and I have extra room at the tips. However, the touch-screen feature works great!Oct 6, 2014