REV'IT! Fusion GTX Gloves
Love these gloves
These will not replace heated gloves in very cold weather, but are perfect in the 35-60 range with heated grips. In fact they are made for use with heated grips. Above 60 my hands started to sweat (heated grips turned off).. Below 40 with heated grips at 75 per cent palms were almost too warm, but thumb statrted to feel the cold. Airflow is not an issue in cold weather.
Appear to be very well made and fit comfortably. Highly recommended for those days you do not want to get "wired up".
January 28, 2013
Perfect Gloves For Cold City Winter Riding
After shopping and reviewing customer feedback, I bought these gloves and am absolutely happy. I was looking for Gore-tex gloves that would keep my hands warm in cold city driving. I commute only 2 miles, and my speeds do not exceed 40mph, and the weather did not get below 25F. The gloves make my hands perfectly cozy. Heated grips help, but most of the work is done by these glove. The size I ordered was the size that fitted me perfectly (XXL).
January 8, 2013
Quality materials and craftsmanship. Very comfortable lining. Forms well to hand around grips. Transfers heat from heated grips very well and as advertised. Without a fairing, it's suitable for cool weather, e.g., ~50 degrees F. With a fairing, it performs well down to ~40 degrees F. Cuffs may present a little difficulty in wearing them inside jacket cuffs, but are easily worn outside jacket cuffs if preferred. For reference, I ride a BMW F 800 ST, so the gloves are exposed to a flow of cold air.
December 17, 2012
Got to try these gloves out twice before the weather turned back warm. Rode in 40F and didn't need the grip warmers. There are not wind blockers on my K1200R. They are really comfy on the inside. I rode them in 65 to 70F on accident and other than the unnessecary bulk, they didn't burn my hands up.
December 10, 2012
Good gloves but they don't work magic
This is the first pair of gloves I’ve ever purchased for more than $80, and I bought them because they say they are made especially for use with heated grips (though I have no idea what is different in the design). My old gloves were waterproof leather and my hands got cold even with heated grips when the temperature dropped below 40 degrees. These gloves and very well put together and they are definitely more waterproof than my old gloves. They also have more features (e.g., wiper blade on the finger). But I had my first ride in 36 degree weather the other day and I can’t say they kept may hands that much warmer. Sure, the heated grips worked and my palms were warm, but my fingertips were still cold. Maybe that is just the nature of riding on a cold day, but I have to admit that I was expecting a more transformative experience given the price.
November 12, 2012
Great Gore Tex Gloves!!
I was looking for a pair of gloves for colder weather and to wear when it is raining and these fit the bill. I've worn them in temps in the 30's to the 50's in rain and dry weather and my hands have always been comfortable, warm, and most of all dry. The cuffs fit easily over my jacket to seal out wind and rain.
November 12, 2012
Very comfortable and warm, could use more protection
I bought these gloves to pair with my heated grips in order to extend my riding season. I do not have any grip guards so needed the warmest glove possible while still being water proof. Rev'it's Alaska gloves are also beautiful and if you prefer leather, that is another great option.
I have two other Rev'it gloves in medium and I thought these fit true to size. They are definitely a little bulky to you give up tactile feel of the controls, but this is to be expected. They've been comfortable down to the 30s for 20 minutes of freeway riding between 75-80mph. I'm not sure any glove is going to be "warm" below that without pairing with grip guards and warmers. As long as that isn't your expectation, you should be satisfied with these gloves.
Overall they are a nice pair of comfortable gloves between 20-50 degrees. I think for the price though, there could be some more protection built into it.
November 7, 2012
Protection, warm, waterproof and works with heated grips!
I wanted a glove that was waterproof, warm, provides protection and worked with heated grips. This new glove from REV'IT! met all my expectations. I purchased a size large. For me, it was slightly smaller than other gloves that I have purchased in size large, but I did not want to go to extra large. Have not had a chance to try them in rain and cold yet, but will let you know what I think after they have some winter miles on it.
November 5, 2012