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The Carver H2O combines the strength, abrasion-resistance, and grip of a goatskin palm with the comfort and protection of a stretch textile upper. The hard-knuckle protection offers ultimate safety, while the warm tri-fleece thermal lining and knitted cuff construction make it the perfect choice for many urban riders.

PROTECTION FEATURES

  • Outer Shell: Goatskin, PWR|shell 500D stretch, suede leather with WR finish, connect finger tip fabric
  • Insulation: Fiberfill, tri-fleece liner
  • Waterproofing: Hydratex | Z-liner (5000mm H2O)
  • Breathability: Hydratex | Z-liner (5000g/m2/24hrs)
  • Composition: Outer Shell: 59% leather, 41% polyamide
  • Lining: 100% polyester
  • Membrane: 100% polyurethane
  • Protection: PWR|shell 500D stretch hard-shell knuckle, EVA foam at fingers, thumb and palm, PWR|aramid at palm
  • Visibility: Reflection at back hand

ERGONOMIC FEATURES

  • Fit: City fit
  • Features: Connect finger tip, stretch lips at fingers, knitted cuff, visor wiper, short cuff
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REV'IT! Carver H2O Gloves 4.3 5 82 82
Great Cold Weather Glove This is a great water proof cold weather glove that offers great protection. While I haven't fallen these gloves do have an ample amount of leather and the padding on fingers and knuckles feels to be of a high quality. The added piece on the index and thump to control your smart phone is a great added feature as well. As far as cold weather riding i have used these in 35-40 F and had no issues maintaining warmth. At the very lease these are more than adequate for 45F and up, anything above 50F and my hands are sweating by end of ride. My only issue is where the glove attaches to the wrist it can be a little loose but a slight adjustment of jacket wrist and no issue at all, January 24, 2015
Solid glove for 45+ weather riding The short version is simple. This glove will extend comfortable riding temperatures into the mid-to-high 40's, and it is waterproof. Beyond that, the goat leather hand is very nice. It really does improve tactile feedback, which is absolutely invaluable. The slightly longer comments are as follows. The size is a little on the small end, especially in finger length. I'm a pretty lanky guy, so that might affect things. The glove fits around the palm of my hand very well, but the fingers felt just a tad bit short when I first got them. After a breaking in period, though, they felt just fine. I haven't noticed any fit issues since. I've laid down my bike at low speed with these on, and they held up reasonably well. The knuckles were scuffed, but that didn't affect performance at all. The styling is very nice. I'd never feel awkward wearing these, no matter the situation. The touch screen fingers are a premium feature for sure, though I wish they'd has put further in than at the very tip of the finger. They do work. These gloves are perfect for use with a jacket or riding suit (not the race kind). They fit perfectly inside my jacket and suit, at least. Perfectly snug. I've never felt that the lack of a velcro wrist made these gloves insecure. They won't come off unless you want them to. That's it! I would recommend these gloves, for sure. January 19, 2015
Decent Glove for warmer temps.. First I will say that I am a huge fan of Rev'it, I own 3 of their jackets and a pair of pants, and the quality and value are tremendous. So it pains me to review anything less than perfect for Rev'it. So I'll start with the good... Gloves look great, and are comfortable, and will clearly provide good protection. The knuckle armor is solid, and the short cuff makes for easy on/off. The stitching and materials are of typical high quality, and the waterproofing has worked well (just make sure you cover the cuff with your jacket, as it will soak up water, and that will leak right into the glove, which I guess is the case with short cuff gloves.) Now the not so good... These are marketed as a winter glove. From my experience they will only keep you warm if it is not too cold out, like closer to 50 degrees, and that's just walking around, not considering speed and wind on the bike. I have been out now enough times in the 40's and below to say that wind goes right through these gloves, but then the worst part is, it gets trapped inside. My hands have been so cold in these gloves it's miserable, and funny enough, my hands get warmer when I take them off! They basically trap and hold cold air indefinitely, not good. Maybe they would be better when mated with silk liners. So if you want gloves to keep you warm in the cold cold, I promise you, these are not the way to go. However, for higher temps, they are great. Hope this helps. January 14, 2015
A solid option These gloves look a lot nicer in person and they fit very well, except occasionally the lining gets caught on my pinkie finger when removing the right glove and starts to come out. Extended use has helped alleviate this issue. Also these gloves are not as warm as I had hoped. They are great for short rides in the cold; but once it dips below 55F degrees, avoid higher speeds on the highway for any length of time. I have a 45 mile commute one way and I had to give up and look at heated gear instead. I'd consider these fall and springtime gloves with decent protection. January 13, 2015
Great gloves, but not perfect Overall I'm satisfied. These gloves are very comfortable, warm during non-freezing weather, offers great protection, and almost perfect in waterproofing. Below are the two factors that prevent these from being perfect: 1) When raining heavily, though the waterproof portion of the gloves work perfectly, the cloth material around your wrists can get wet. When that part of the glove gets soaked, the water can creep into the gloves from the wrists. I strongly suggest you snugly wrap that material at the wrist with a waterproof jacket if riding in heavy rain. 2) I thought I was going to lose my thumb and pinky to frost bite when riding 75 mph in 30 degree-ish (Fahrenheit) weather. Ended up having to buy heated lining separately, which I'm not happy about. January 5, 2015
Good looking, truly waterproof, and warm. I've been wearing these everyday to work since I received them. Through downpours, cold mornings, and a little snow. First off, I ordered an XL, and these seem to run a tad small. Still fit, and with wear I did gain a little room. These gloves are first off warm, which led to a little moisture retention from my hands in cool conditions. The waterproofing is excellent, even in good ole Pacific Northwest downpours. I thought I would like the short cuff, a little too short, for winter. But they are easy to get on and off, so you're trading that, for a little breeze/rain in the cuff, depending on your jacket sleeve of course. Haven't tested their ability to resist road-rash, thankfully. Connect finger tip works, I try to limit texting and riding for only REALLY pretty ladies. Styling looks good with my café too. December 29, 2014
Good winter glove for weather above 27F So far, I went out 5 times with the pair of gloves. I live in Dayton Ohio, and the weather here get pretty cold sometimes. This pair of glove keeps my hands to freeze up. It has good insulation and the best feature is touch screen feature. It runs a bit of smaller, but it is ok for me. I would recommend this product to anyone. December 22, 2014
Mixed review. Rev'it has finally sized their products to fit true to size for the American market instead of requiring one to order 2 sizes up all the time. They look great and feel great and for under $100 bucks seem like a good value. These gloves are great for urban commuting in cold weather. They will keep your hands warm and dry at speeds under and brief runs over 40 mph. However because they are not gauntlets, they do not work on the interstate and at temperatures below 40 degrees at speeds over 60 mph have a tendency to funnel cold air around the cuffs and up one's arms. December 15, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael H: Looking for a winter glove update with touch screen capability. These fit the bill fine. Jan 4, 2015
Robert A: Wanted something waterproof with a short cuff. Works great since my arms are short and my jacket sleeves can cover the none waterproof cuff. Dec 29, 2014
Orin P: No wind protection or very little didn't work for what I needed to do. Dec 15, 2014
Roger L: Warm. waterproof, low bulk, good looking, protective Nov 29, 2014
Bill R S: This look like a good glove for the money. Nov 16, 2014
Roger K: Waterproof and warm - looks like a "normal" glove could wear them when not riding. Ability to use phone with gloves on - awesome Nov 12, 2014
fabio T: touch screen Nov 1, 2014
Caleb S: Very high value for the money. Waterproof. Winter. Oct 23, 2014
M R: cold riding. for a winter glove price and comfort was what I was shopping for. Sep 22, 2014
Kyle T: Good price, the touch screen aspect is a plus. May 28, 2014
Parker F: Good cold weather gloves and short gloves May 3, 2014
Alexander B: Warm but order a size bigger than you think you'll need or two Apr 17, 2014
Steven L: They workâ?¦period! Apr 9, 2014
Leslie S: Simple waterproof gloves Apr 1, 2014
Charles J: Good ratings, small cuffs. Needed water and cold protection. Didn't want big, bulky gloves Feb 26, 2014
Jeffrey E: Recommended by Revzilla geargeek. Feb 1, 2014
Kento K: + Touchscreen
+ Waterproof
+ Winter Gloves
+ Great reviews
+ Popularity
Jan 4, 2014
Mohammed G: Mine are done with over 3 years. Guess these will be easy on/off type of gloves for winter Dec 24, 2013
William C: needed some cold weather gloves. these worked with my riding jacket. i tried the gauntlet style but i just couldn't make them owrk over the cuff of my jacket, these worked great Dec 11, 2013
Stefaan V: For the features, for the reviews and for the price.
Being able to return/exchange them for a different size, if needed, at virtually no cost is why I chose Revzilla.
Dec 9, 2013
Anthony B: Summer gloves just don't cut it when the temps drop below 50. Nov 13, 2013
Chadrick D: My summertime gloves flow air too well for the cooler fall and winter months. These gloves should block the cold air and help keep my hands comfortable to manipulate my controls. Oct 27, 2013
Michael H: very well reviewed. Oct 27, 2013
Thomas R: Good reviews, great price! If I don't like em I can return em! Oct 5, 2013
Nelson R: Good look, low profile for winter. Sep 17, 2013
DAVID M: Fall/winter(hopefully)/spring glove with understated styling. Sep 9, 2013
A shopper asked: How bulky are these gloves ? How easy it is to maneuver with gloves (breaking, clutch, indicators etc) ? Apr 16, 2013
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RevZilla: The REV'IT! Carver H20 Gloves are a waterproof winter glove. They have a bit of bulk, but not as much as Rev'it's other winter gloves, such as the Orion or Alaska GTX gloves. There is still plenty of tactile feedback and maneuverability with the Carve H20 gloves. Apr 22, 2013
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OneStone: Not bulky for me at all. I ride a cruiser style in moderate to heavy traffic. Never once did I feel hindered when breaking, hitting the turn signals, pulling the clutch, or starting the bike. Apr 22, 2013
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Michael H asked: Does the connect finger tip work on the iphone screen? Dec 5, 2014
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Erica R: These gloves work great with my Android screen, so I assume that they'll work fine for iOS or any smartphone. I use them in the late fall/early winter and they also do a good job keeping my hands dry.

My only concern after using them for a year is the lack of a more secure wrist strap or velcro binding. They seem to run a bit snug too. I'm wearing the same size in the this glove that I wear on a summer Rev'it glove and this feels tighter. Could be the liner. Otherwise, no concerns.

Anyway, good purchase, and definitely makes it easy to use your smartphone without taking off your gloves!
Dec 15, 2014
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Michael H: The strap is a bit of a concern. I've always bought gauntlet style gloves but have lately been tucking them into my jackets (instead of over the cuff) so there's always been a strap there to strap. I though this design would be better since they would fit easier under the cuff. Dec 16, 2014
Timothy P: Yes. It does. It is a glove, so typing out texts on your tiny screen keyboard without autocorrect will be a challenge. But it's great for opening apps, etc. The gloves are pretty warm, too, and indeed waterproof. I live in Houston, and I use these as my winter gloves. Dec 5, 2014
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Ethan K: The connect finger tip should work for any touch device, including iphone and android screens. Mine works flawlessly with every device I have. Dec 5, 2014
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Ethan K: The connect finger tip should work for any touch device, including iphone and android screens. Mine works flawlessly with every device I have. Dec 5, 2014
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Thomas R: it worked for me. I even showed my friend who didn't think it worked and he was surprised that it did and really well at that. Dec 5, 2014
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Michael H: I was able to setup my Icon touchscreen glove with touchID so I could unlock it with my glove on. Wonder if you know if that works with these gloves..? Dec 5, 2014
Thomas R: Can't help you with that one, good luck Bro.! Dec 5, 2014
Erica R: They do fit easily under the cuff, which is nice in wet/cold weather. Dec 16, 2014
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Mike R: Yes, and they are made very well too. Dec 6, 2014
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Nathan E asked: Trying to decide on sizing here. I typically wear a medium glove. My palm measures 22cm or 8.6in, which is smack dab in the middle of medium and large. I prefer a snug fit. I also hate if there is room at the end of the finger tips. Should I go medium or large? Thinking medium, but based on some reviews I'm worried it may be too snug. Oct 28, 2013
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Nathan K: I am between an XL and a large, I like my gloves snug so I got the large. Fits well. I work with my hands so they are really muscly and these fit better than my large alpinestars mesh gloves. Remember returns are super easy. Hope this helps. Oct 29, 2013
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Benjamin H: I would err on the side of medium. Rev'It gloves tend to run longer in the fingers in my experience. I usually wear a large, but both pairs of Rev'It gloves I own I had to buy in medium. Oct 30, 2013
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David H: I normally wear large gloves, but I got the XL in these based I guess on the size chart (don't remember) and they fit great, but NO extra room. You might want to go L.
Dave
Oct 29, 2013
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Anthony B: I would DEFINITELY go with a Medium. Once they break in, you'll love the fit. With the touch-screen fabric at the tip, you'll have the tiniest bit of extra room regardless. Nov 19, 2013
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Kevin C: Same problem here and I chose medium and was very happy with the fit. Free returns make this a simple issue to change sizes if you're unhappy. Oct 29, 2013
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Ryan G: I wear an XL glove and that is what I ordered. I had to send it back and get a 2XL. Still pretty snug with the 2XL. Oct 29, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a pair of striker gloves by Rev'it, and they fit great in xxl. Do these run the same size? I'm a little concerned, since Anthony said these run more "american" in size. Nov 10, 2013
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Michael F: Hi - I don't know the answer to your question specifically because I have never tried on the striker gloves. I have worn the H20 glove, however.

I normally wear a large glove, but because the Carver H20 gloves have a liner they run small for me. In other words, I should have gotten the XL rather than the L for this glove. I would recommend going at least one size up on this glove. Hope that helps. By the way, it is a very comfortable glove.
Nov 10, 2013
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jeremy s: Hello,
I feel that they are a little bigger/larger, the American sizing. Other gloves I will get smaller so over time they will fit perfect. These I feel because of the material that they are made of does not allow this. I had to try both sizes on many times. I went with the larger size for me. They do keep your hands really warm. If really cold I only turn on the grip warmers on 1st setting, low. Good luck. They are really nice!
Nov 10, 2013
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David S: I have a pair of Rev'it Neutron gloves XXL that are a snug fit. I wanted a larger fitting glove for cold weather riding ,so I ordered a pair of H20 XXL ,the fit is just right. Nov 12, 2013
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stéphane benoit / s: Hello! I usually wear a xl and thats what i bought, the fit is perfect.
stef.
Nov 11, 2013
A shopper asked: My hand measures 8" across. So according to the size chart I should be getting a medium. However, I was wondering if that would leave any extra room for me to wear a glove liner. I don't like my gloves super tight, but I also, don't like them super roomy. Should I keep with the mediums or go large? Oct 30, 2013
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Christopher A: Hello, I have this pair of gloves in X -large. My hand measures 9 inches across. These are nice gloves. I like them. But for me I almost feel I should have got a XXL. There isn't room for a liner. Not that I tried but I do get circulation/comfort issues when I wear a thick leather jacket and I am on a bike where I lean forward. I don't get that with other glove with same jacket and bike. For what it's worth, these are relatively warm anyhow, not a summer glove IMO. So should be ok in the spring/fall. But again a caveat, my hands get cold on longer rides when it is about 50 degrees F. This is partially due to the decreased circulation I mentioned previously though. hope this helps. Oct 30, 2013
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Carter C: I would suggest you get the large size if you want to wear a glove liner. however, these gloves are pretty warm and dry as is.

Good luck. Have fun!!
Oct 30, 2013
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Chadrick D: I had to order one size large, and they fit snug and broke in well. I also wear silk liners on really cold days, and the fit with no problems. Nov 25, 2013
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Daniela T: I really advise to take a size bigger, they size small and the extra room is very welcome to be comfortable when you are using your controls. Oct 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a few questions. My hand is barely big enough to Palm a basketball, ( 4 inches horizontally, and about 8 inches from tip of middle finger to my wrist ) what size should I get? Are they warm and water proof enough for riding in the southern Indiana area? Does the visor wiper actually work? Thanks for your time Dec 4, 2014
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Matt P: I'm not sure I can answer the sizing for you, but I use these in Chicago, through the wind and typical Chicago weather, and I love them. My rule of thumb for riding is a wind chill of 22-25 degrees is as low as I'll go for a 15 minute commute. 30+ degrees and these gloves are warm as can be. 25 or so and long rides start to get chilly, but definitely doable.

Hope this helps!
Dec 4, 2014
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Daniela T: For the sizing I would say that they fit small, like all rev'it, more European, but I believe you have to try to know
they are waterproof but I would not consider them warm, for winter riding they are way too cold, perfect for fall and spring nights
Visor wiper??? Mine don't have one
Dec 4, 2014
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SIZING INSTRUCTIONS

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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