REV'IT! Carver H20 Gloves
They're only cool
I bought these gloves for colder weather than my summer REV'ITs. And they're good for cooler weather! But I went for a ride in 39Âº F temps, and my hands were so cold (how cold were they?!), they were red and itchy!
I'd like to say these gloves will take you right through winter, but unless you're wintering in Hawaii, it just ain't so - these will be Spring and Fall gloves for you anywhere else.
December 7, 2013
A bit small across the palm
I measured based on the sizing chart, and since I fell in between two sizes I ordered a size up. Still, I found the palm width to be smaller than expected, and when I spread my hand the material lifts between my thumb and forefinger. It's stretching out a bit with use, but not too much after a month or so of daily use.
Overall, great gloves, they really block the wind and are completely waterproof, very durable construction, and very warm. They work well down to the 40s, but I shove hand warmers in them for temperatures below that or for extended trips...my heated grips are on their way. I can't use gauntlet gloves very well with my Firstgear jacket because of the sleeves, so I like the elastic ring that fits snugly under my sleeve.
For the price, I highly recommend them. Just watch the palm sizing.
December 2, 2013
I have been using the gloves for a few weeks now and I really like them. They have most deffinantly proved the waterproof test. Ridding in the rain can be fun! They are a little snug, hoping the will break in a little better. The large is a good fit for my fingers, but a little tight on my palm. I also enjoy the cuff, it's much easier to slip on and off without having to fumble with straps and velcrow.
November 27, 2013
Warm and waterproof
These gloves are awesome! For the price, you get warmth, waterproofness and protection. Cant beat it.
November 27, 2013
Good cool weather gloves that are good to about 30 degrees.
Cuff fits under sleeve. Comfortable. Protection adequate for sport touring. Work well with heated grips-heat transfers well through palms. My finger tips got slightly cold/numb at 30 degrees F. Have not tested them in driving rain yet. Not a bad value for the price.
November 18, 2013
4 out of 5 stars
I live in NYC and I'm planing on riding through the winter, After an extensive research I found this gloves would be the best of i'ts kind that would provide warmth, protection and style.
I've been wearing this gloves for over 3 weeks now and have gone through different weather conditions. My commute everyday to work is 25 mins and different speeds up to 70 mph in the city.
1st) The gloves are true to i'ts size! I have a pair of Icon gloves and I'm XL. On the Rev'it! gloves I am a Large and fits good.
1 1/2)The gloves have a loose lining (inside) that makes you spend a couple more seconds trying to get out of the way and at times this lining is annoying because some of your fingers specially your pinky will get stuck and you'll have to jerk your hand a little.
2nd) Weather: Above 70 F you'll feel the gloves too warm
Below 40 F you'll start feeling cold through your hands, depends on your tolerance, Around 32 F I found myself warming up my hands in the V- twin It got a little cold
Overall they don't let air in so they keep you warm for most of the time
3rd) Very resistant material
4th) Tactile fingers for your smart phones (comes in handy)
5th) Stylish- They are not as bulky as the other winter gloves that make you look like you are going snowboarding.
It may take a couple days to get used to them but they are a very good pair! I would definitely recommend for winter riding and if there was 1 thing I could change, it would be the loose lining and just turn it into another non- loose layer.
November 18, 2013
Great Fall Glove
Good Fit and nice features. I wanted a glove for fall riding down to 45 degrees F. It does the job without the bulk of many cold weather gloves.
November 17, 2013
Awesome winter gloves!
I am quite happy with these gloves as a standalone winter glove. I would say they're nice and warm down to 35 (F), and I still wasn't numb down to about 28 (F) riding in Central VA (mix of rural/highway speeds).
The only feature I'm not 100% loving is the fingertips. By my own fault, I ordered these one size up to accommodate my PowerLet Glove Liners. The tips of the fingers have that sort of "witch" pointy thing going on, particularly the pointer with the touchscreen fabric.This is not a combination I would suggest, but it's not the fault of either piece individually - they simply don't pair well.
I would absolutely recommend these gloves individually, just make sure you check the sizing chart and order your size! If your ride is above 30, you'll be comfortable with just these gloves, no heated liner needed.
November 13, 2013