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REV'IT! Fusion Gore-Tex Gloves

For those hardcore enthusiasts out there who ride all year long, using heated grips to keep their hands at a comfortable temperature, the Fusion GTX is exactly what you need. It makes use of 2 different types of insulation material: a thin, highly breathable, and moisture-managing Push-Pull tri-fleece lining at the palm, combined with the ultrathin and highly insulating Thermolite Plus and Exkin Platinum liner at the upper hand. The Fusion GTX glove combines stretchable, water-repellent fabric on the upper with Pittards Armortan WRX-100 goatskin leather on the palm, topped off with the Dual comp palm slider for maximum safety. Waterproofing is guaranteed by GORE-TEX, rounding out an incredible glove for the most trying conditions.


  • Outer Shell: Pittards goat Armortan WR100X, goatskin with WR finish, PWR|shell 500D stretch, PWR|shell 500D, suede leather with WR finish
  • Insulation: Thermolite Plus with Exkin Platinum, Push-Pull tri-fleece liner, high loft fur liner
  • Waterproofing: GORE-TEX membrane
  • Breathability: GORE-TEX membrane
  • Composition: Outer Shell: 53% leather, 47% polyamide
  • Lining: 100% polyester
  • Membrane: 100% Gore-Tex membrane (ePTFE)
  • Protection: Dual-comp palm slider, Temperfoam at finger knuckles, knuckle and cuff, EVA foam at little finger, thumb and palm, PWR|aramid at palm
  • Visibility: Laminated reflection at cuff


  • Fit: Tour fit
  • Adjustability: Adjustment strap at wrist, adjustment tab at cuff
  • Features: Stretch lips at fingers, visor wiper, elastic at wrist, regular cuff
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REV'IT! Fusion GTX Gloves 4.4 5 19 19
Great colder weather gloves with heated grips I purchased these gloves based on their stated design compatibility with heated grips. I've only been riding with them for a month or two but in that time they've performed well. I've used these primarily for commuting is colder temperatures but also taken longer rides ~3 hours down to mid 30s F. With the heated grips and hand guards on my GS my hands are comfortable down to about 40 F, any lower than that for an extended period, > 20 minutes, and my finder tips start to get cold. I have used these gloves up to 70 deg F and at that temperature they still breath well enough to be comfortable without getting sweaty. I have yet to test the long term waterproofness of these gloves but given the gortex liner I have no doubt they will perform well. The safety features seem high quality and well placed including the hard palm slider and additional pinky finger padding. The cuff is of decent length and adjust-ability to go over any of my jackets, leather or textile with or without thermal liners. The aramid liners are very nice and soft, I don't know how they'll hold up long term but they're great as of now. The fingers are thin enough that feel on the controls is pretty good and heat from my grips gets through the palms much better than thicker winter ski-gloves keeping my hands warmer. Overall I like these gloves a lot. They work better with heated grips than any other gloves I've tried to date. For long distance below freezing riding you will need actual heated gloves. But for just above freezing temps these work great. I'd highly recommend them for anyone in need of an early spring/late fall glove. April 6, 2015
These gloves keep my hands very warm in cold temperatures. I'm so glad that Revzilla has videos regarding the many different kinds of gloves that are available for purchase. I was having a hard time deciding which winter gloves I wanted and Anthony's description sold me on this particular pair of gloves. Because I have to be at work by 7:00 am, I leave home around 6:15 am. I got tired of my cheap gloves letting my hands get freezing cold on the Interstate, especially in the mouth of the mountain canyon with swirling winds. I'm so glad that these gloves keep my hands warm in very cold temperatures in the low 20's while going 70mph+ down a windy canyon. My hands are literally as warm when I arrive at work as when I put them on before I left home. My hands and fingers are very glad I made this purchase. February 16, 2015
Just what I needed I had originally purchased the Alaska GTX gloves and although they are a fantastic glove, the thickness of the insulation in the palm negated my heated grips. The Fusion GTX gloves are exactly what I was looking for. I have been using them in low 50 to high 40 degrees with heated grips and my hands have been warm and comfortable. Recently I was able to test them in the mid 40's and all day rain. With my rain gear sleeves over the glove cuffs, my hands stayed completely dry (and warm). It took the following day for the exterior of the glove to dry out (the leather portion) but the inside was dry as when I put them on. Although more expensive than other gloves, my experience is the performance difference between Gore-Tex and other proprietary "waterproof" liners/fabrics is absolutely worth the investment. September 22, 2014
nice glove These fitted me a little small. My hand measures 10 inches and bought a size 10. Well I find the fingers were a little short I exchanged them for a size 11 . They fit very well. These gloves are for colder temps. And feel like winter gloves. Comparing to regular winter gloves , the palms have less padding, making them better at feeling your controls. April 7, 2014
it is too soon to tell Sorry it is still too white and slick to use them. My initial impression while trying them on for size is they are very stiff. I will have to see how they break-in February 18, 2014
Not enough protection I dig Rev'it, I've purchase 9/10 times from them with only a few glitches but unfortunately these gloves don't do the trick. I can't ride longer at 15min with these on before my fingers loose feeling. I ride all winter and my legs and body are all temperature numeral but my fingertips and frozen. With the heated grips and gear turned all the way up these are not enough to keep me comfortable and focused. December 25, 2013
A Bit Disappointed I'm a huge Rev'it fan so I was expecting a lot from these. But having had them for a few weeks, I've found two problems. One is that the gauntlet is so short and tight that it's extraordinarily hard to get them on. More importantly, the warmth isn't what I expected. On a 400 mile ride yesterday I shifted from my Gerbing's electric gloves to these when the temperature hit the low 50s and found that my fingers got uncomfortably cold, even with my grip heaters on, forcing me to swap back to the Gerbing's. For me at least, the comfort zone for these gloves is going to be 55-70 and there are other much less bulky alternatives in that range. I also question whether the fit is "American." I wear a large in nearly every American glove so that's what I got with these. They work but are very, very tight leading me to wish I'd returned them. November 3, 2013
great cold weather gloves I bought these ones because is winter in the southern hemisphere were I live. My hands do not get cold at all and they don't get wet either. I am very happy with them and I will recommend these ones to anyone. They are a little bit bulky in comparison with other Gore-Tex gloves I have worn, but after a few rides you get use to them. They feature mostly soft protection, and a tiny small hard protection by the outer side of the palm. July 12, 2013
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REV'IT! Fusion GTX Gloves
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
David C: Needed waterproof winter glove that I could use with heated grips. Sep 28, 2015
P A: They are all leather and will not freeze in cold rides. These are very warm and I used them in -20 degree temps. They also give me ability to use them with heated grips (when I finally install them) Jun 13, 2015
Matt M: Revzilla reviews and designed specifically for heated grips. Mar 2, 2015
G R: Wanted good glove for cold weather and these seemed perfect for what I was looking for to use with heated grips. Nice gloves but the stitching around the knuckle protection is coming loose. May need to contact Revzilla or Rev'it to get this fixed. Feb 6, 2015
William A: Needed some cold weather, non-heated gloves. I debated for a very long time on these gloves. Nov 16, 2014
William T: Requested gift. Ratings. He owns the Summer pair. Dec 3, 2013
E V: Recommendations from revzilla gear geeks. Nov 17, 2013
Robin C: Looking good, and had the right protective features without being too bulky for cool weather riding Oct 20, 2013
Alexander U: To save my poor hands. Rev'it! carries an assortment of GTX gloves these stood out, style, protection, pricing. Oct 11, 2013
Roger P asked: Im thinking about getting this glove for my winter riding here in north TX. where is in the low 20's-teens. but feels like single to negative F. with strong whipping winds that cut through you. how would this perform? Nov 12, 2014
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John S: I purchased these gloves in December 2012 so I have used them through 2 winters. I am also in North TX thus identical riding conditions.

These gloves are excelent cold weather gloves. I can highly recommend them. I did get caught is a cold front with the tempeature dropping to about 25 and some snow fluries. These gloves worked great! My hands were were fine.

The only downside to the gloves is that they are a bit stiff. On long rides I do find I need to shake out my hands because they get tired trying to grip the bars. The gloves have a nice precurve to the constuction but because they are so well insulated they want to stay in the precurve position and the rider must continously apply pressure to grip the bars.

All in all I do recommend these gloves for riding in rain and cold down to the twenties.
Nov 13, 2014
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Roger P: Thank you john. Do you run headed grips or anything Nov 13, 2014
John S: Hi. Yes I do have heated grips and these gloves work well with heated grips. The insulation in the palm is not too great to make heated grips totally ineffective. Even with the heated grips turned off these gloves really work well. Nov 13, 2014
Roger P: Scan you again john. Nov 14, 2014
Milan K: I have used these gloves in the city of Chicago last Winter riding sometime below freezing in 25F-30F and they performed very well. I love these gloves and all their aspects and am happy with the purchase.

Nov 13, 2014
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peter k: I wore these this morning to work - 10 miles at about 39 degrees F and they were fine. I've worn them down to freezing and maybe a little below that - high 20's, but I can't comment on using them at a lower temp.

Nov 13, 2014
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Roger P: Yes it does mike. At 0830 this's 29 with 14 mph wind. And feels like 18. And this is our first cold weather of the year. Only going to get colder. My wife is going to choke on the price of the Nov 13, 2014
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Mike D: This is a nice glove but at 20 it will not be warm enough. With those temps you are going to need electric heet of some kind. Dam, it gets that cold in TX?! Nov 13, 2014
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Layne D: I have not used them in any weather colder than high 30's or low 40's so I can't really say. They worked well at those temps. Nov 13, 2014
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Roger P: Milan. My ride is on open freeways. And I have no hand shields. 100% exposed. Nov 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Hi,

Between the Revit Fusion and Revit Bastion, besides fit, does the fusion offer similiar protection to the bastion? Can it be worn easly under the jacket? And if you would have to choose between the Fusion and Bastion for more Touring than Adventure, which one would you choose?

Nov 25, 2013
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Paul B: I really can't answer your questions. I don't have a Bastion glove. It was that the Fusion was designed to work with a heated grip the sold me on the Fusion. I find I don't need my heated gloves when I use the Fusion. The Fusion will not work well under a jacket. Nov 25, 2013
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Milan K: Hello James,

I bought the Fusion GTX Gloves a year ago and although I cannot compare them to the Bastion but have been extremely happy with their fit and insulation and softness. I typically wear them over my jacket, but they can easily fit underneath your sleeves. In the winter time I drive mostly to/from work and gym in Chicago area when it gets above 20F, and I have never been cold. I am very happy with the purchase and recommend these gloves to everybody.

Nov 25, 2013
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Randy S: I can't tell you about the Bastion, but the Fusion is a very warm glove that seems to offer good protection. Thankfully, I haven't had occasion to find out how much protection, but I feel secure when I wear them.

The primary problem with me for the Fusion has been fit. It's very thick and it takes me a few rides to adjust to that coming from my preferred warm weather gloves.

My 2 cents.
Nov 26, 2013
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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.

Click here to see the full REV'IT! Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / LG 857192 8700001160209 Out of Stock
Black / MD 857191 8700001160193 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / SM 857190 8700001160186 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / XL 857193 8700001160216 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 2XL 857194 8700001160223 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 3XL 857195 8700001160230 Available: Expect 2-3 business days processing time prior to shipment
Black / 4XL 857196 8700001160247 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours