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REV'IT Dirt 2 Gloves

The REVIT Dirt 2 Gloves will meet the demands of many serious touring and adventure riders across the globe, offering an optimal balance between protection and ventilation. When wearing the Dirt 2 glove you will hardly notice you are wearing anything at all, they’re so lightweight flexible and airy. The incorporated connect fingertip - allowing you to operate touch-screen devices without removing the glove - makes this adventure-ready package complete.

Protection Features:

  • Outer Shell: air stretch mesh, goatskin, Pampas cowhide (PU coated), synthetic PU leather, automan stretch, connect finger tip fabric
  • Lining: tri-fleece liner
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 54% leather, 34% polyamide, 11% polyester, 1% polyurethane
    • lining: 100% polyester
  • Protection: TPU hard-shell knuckle, PU rubber palm slider, PWR|Aramid at palm slider, PU injected finger knuckles, Temperfoam® at fingers, thumb, knuckle, back hand, palm slider and cuff
  • Visibility: reflection piping at back hand

Ergonomic Features:

  • Fit: tour fit
  • Adjustability: adjustment tab at cuff
  • Ventilation: ventilation panels at fingers, thumb and back hand
  • Features: short cuff, elastic at wrist and back hand, stretch lips at index, middle, and ring finger and backhand, grip patch at palm, connect finger tip

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

Rev'It! Men's/Women's Glove Sizing:

Palm Circumference (in) Men's Glove Size Women's Glove Size 
7 - SM
7.5 XS MD
8.5 MD XL
9 LG -
9.5 XL -
10 2XL -
10.5 3XL -
11 4XL -

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / LG 940288 8700001182539 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Black / XL 940289 8700001182546 Out of Stock
Black / 2XL 940290 8700001182553 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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REV'IT! Dirt 2 Gloves 4.5 5 125 125
Great gloves, just not durable These gloves were amazing out of the box, great fit, great air flow, felt very sturdy, loved the touch screen capability, then after having them for about 2 months, the fingertips began to fray, the velcro strap snapped off when i was adjusting the cuff, then the vented section by the inner wrist began tearing. I would imagine that a good pair of riding gloves should last longer than 1 season. October 15, 2015
Good overall pair of gloves but lack longevity. Revit have managed to pack a lot of features into a glove for a decent price. Unfortunately this comes at the cost of durability. I've had them for about 2 months of commuting now and the fingers are starting to fray (mainly cosmetic) and the touch screen pads are already coming off. I foresee these lasting about 6 months unfortunately. The wrist flap for the Velcro strap could also be a little more sturdy as it reattaches most times when taking the glove off. They are very comfortable though and do a decent job of venting as well as staying warm in the cold. I have worn them from 40-100 degree days and at the extremes they are uncomfortable, for one pair of gloves they do a pretty good job. They have also gone from dual sport rides to daily commutes to weekend canyon rides so again, as a multi purpose glove they fit a lot of categories. All in all, I think they're a decent pair of gloves, but not really worth the price considering the longevity. October 11, 2015
Great glove Airflow is terrific. Holding up really well. Curve to hand is perfect. September 28, 2015
Very happy with them These gloves are very comfortable. There was a rough edge inside one of the fingers at first, but it seems to have smoothed out over time. With anything, they'll break in nicely with use and seem to be getting better. The knuckle protection is solid and assuring. I don't find myself sweating in them at high temps and if you point your fingers out straight while moving you feel the air flowing into them, which feels nice. At 65 degree temps still very comfortable. We'll see how they do when it starts getting cold. Haven't used them in the rain yet, so can't talk much about how much water gets in. The fingertips work perfectly with my iPhone (touching, pinching, etc.) I was going to buy the Strikers, but they were sold out so I bumped up to these. Not disappointed. September 22, 2015
The best summer gloves I had the previous version of these. I am a woman but the women gloves tend to not fit me. These are a tad wide in the palm but the fingers fit just fine. I have a small. I love these gloves. Better than the BMW gloves. Comfortable for long rides, you get some air, they grip fine and don't bunch up in your palm when holding the handle bar. I also love the fact that I can use my phone with them. I wish they made these for women and they fit me. August 19, 2015
Great gloves Anthony is right on the money when he says these are an exceptionally comfortable pair of gloves. The mesh flows a great amount of air over the tops of your hands. They look and feel pretty decent in terms of protection. Easy to slip on and off at the toll booth if you don't have an EZ-Pass. They look great with other Revit gear (My Tarmac or Everest jacket) A great glove for the price. August 3, 2015
Well designed high quality summer glove that looks and feels awesome! Upon completion of some rather tedious research into adding a superior quality hot-weather glove to my arsenal, I selected the Dirt II and it has met my most stringent expectations to date. The glove offers an excellent balance of great feel, air flow, quality construction/design and appearance. This is one of my two "go-to-gloves" in my collection for riding north of 80 F temperatures. The air flow is exceptional as is the fit. I measured 8.5 and I went with the medium, which was perfect. This glove offers a solid amount of protection for a short cuff summer glove and the black with red stitching coordinates perfect with my black leather and textile jackets as well as the colors of my bikes. The quality construction is obvious and the feed back when riding is tremendous as is the air flow. If you are looking for a quality non-leather hot weather glove with precise feel, good air flow and surprisingly solid protection this glove fits the bill! July 22, 2015
Very nice gloves Very comfortable and cool. Even in near 100 degree weather. Love the connect finger tips. July 20, 2015
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A S: Fit well. Good ventilation in warm weather. Nov 11, 2015
" ": Great grip and feel. Nov 3, 2015
James M: Best summer gloves I have ever owned. Plus I can use my phone with out taking them off and disarm my house without having to remove my gloves. Oct 26, 2015
Don M: recommendation from Revzilla staff Aug 28, 2015
Aaron K: Great summer glove as opposed to all leather models. A great glove!! Aug 3, 2015
John W: I had the earlier Dirt gloves for about 4 years and like them a lot. Through lots of usage I have worn mine down a bit and the conductive fabric on the index finger and thumb will come in handy on my next trip. Jul 22, 2015
Robert E: Great features for the price. Love the fit, like it was custom made for my hands. Jul 19, 2015
Roger F: Needed a good pair of summer gloves with a lot of air flow. Jul 5, 2015
Jerod Z: Compromise of good protection and ventilation for summer use Jun 26, 2015
Robert S: i spend a lot of time on the road commuting so i need something that will handle the road and my go anywhere riding during the hotter months of the year that can still handle cooler nights. Jun 12, 2015
G H: Because Anthony influenced me too..lol I Iove these gloves! Jun 3, 2015
Phil T: look good and offer a lot of protection May 21, 2015
Kimani M: This pair of gloves was shown to be a match for the Tornado jacket that I have. I like how much the jacket flows air and I wanted a comparable pair of summer gloves to match from the same brand. May 18, 2015
W J: Recommended by RevZilla staff May 12, 2015
Yury D: Need good quality summer gloves May 9, 2015
Chris A: My bro-in-law has a pair of Rev-It gloves and they're excellent materials and quality. These particular gloves are exactly what I was looking for to use for 90% of my riding, and I especially liked the touch screen compatibility. May 5, 2015
Corey T: Cause they're black. Nuff said. Apr 24, 2015
Mike A: Right balance of protection and breathability, and they match my Sand 2 outfit. Apr 8, 2015
Joseph H: Excellent protection at an affordable price. Apr 7, 2015
Michael B: Great feel and comfort Mar 27, 2015
Marcus B: Anthony recommended, look great, awesome features...Ill follow up with fit/finish!! Mar 5, 2015
David T: suggested by one of your employees.

Saw the video, read the comments and voila! Decision made.

Feb 28, 2015
gerald d: wanted good summer gloves after doing research these fit what i wanted. so far i love them and am very happy with em. Feb 24, 2015
Marten W: For hot-weather riding. Seems to be a great combination of hot-weather comfort and protection Feb 23, 2015
Regina W: good protection, cool in summer, look good also Feb 20, 2015
Graham F: The style fit what I was looking for on top of the technical features I needed. Jan 28, 2015
Yong B: Upgrading from the original Dirt gloves, which I like. Dec 30, 2014
William M: Your excellent video reviews. I'm new to motorcycling and do not purchase anything without first seeing if RevZilla has reviewed it. Dec 24, 2014
Gary D: Good for hot weather, plus Anthony highly recommends and they look awesome. Sep 18, 2014
Richard L: summer wear Sep 17, 2014
richard p: Recommendation from salesperson. Looking for a glove that breathes. Aug 25, 2014
Brian D: Wanted a pair of good quality gloves that had better ventilation and still had good safety features. Aug 14, 2014
Thomas L: Needed a hot weather glove with protection. These got good reviews. Aug 11, 2014
William G: I chose to order these gloves because I wanted something that would allow me to tap the screen on my phone without removing my gloves. These fit well, are constructed well, and have so far lasted the few months that I've been using them. Aug 2, 2014
Colin S: I already have a pair of these and they are my daily riding glove. They are perfect. I purchased these again as a gift for my son. Jul 30, 2014
Eliel Ricardo G: after doing extensive hours o research found out that this were my best choice, looking for good protection on and off the road. i hope they are true to size. Jul 16, 2014
H Ross R: A hot weather glove with a bit more protection than my old ones. I measured XL but ended up with XXL to accommodate a long thumb. Entry is still tight but loosening up with wear. Love the fit and the design. Reasonably good air flow behind large Barkbuster hand cards in 100 degree temps. Jul 15, 2014
Christopher Z: Rev'it is my new default manufacturer for gear. These gloves are comfy and with a little leather conditioner become very comfortable. Feels good up to 98F so long as you're moving. Fits my hands perfectly, and flexible enough not to strain the ring finger and pinky. Jul 13, 2014
Michael H: Lightweight, breathes very good and good protection. Jun 4, 2014
Jeff L: It looks like the best for the price gloves out there. And all my stuff it Rev'it Jun 3, 2014
Kiefer-Laurent G: Seems to be a good middle ground between lightweight and good protection. May 30, 2014
A B: I loved the Chevron Gloves but it came apart less than a month although I loved them I decided to get something with more air flow and the added protection. This brand seems to fit me the best because of my long fingers. And large hands can't wait to try them out. May 30, 2014
M A: I bought the Dirt2 Rev-It gloves replace my dirt1 gloves that were phenomenal, simply had a minor warranty issue that was promptly dealt with (same day) and the full purchase price was credited to my acct, dirt1's were on closeout and my size was out of stock, seemed natural to upgrade to the dirt2's.. can't wait.. THANKS Revzilla, you all rock!! May 29, 2014
Patrick S: previous experience with Revit gloves was positive May 26, 2014
Bryan N: I chose this based on a gear geek recommendation. Originally purchased the RevIt Bomber gloves, loved the look of them, but the fit was downright weird. Fingers were way too long. Great for E.T., bad for humans. I wasn't sold on these gloves from a style standpoint, but the functionality is superb. The mesh fingers give great flexibility making clutch and front brake control a breeze, but yet it has leather in all the impact and abrasion points. Excellent glove, and the touchscreen is a +. May 11, 2014
"" ": best touch screen glove that works with my phone Apr 18, 2014
Nathan E: Loved my original Rev'It Dirt gloves, and a short cuffed version seemed like just what the Dr. ordered for summer riding this year. Apr 14, 2014
A S: looks great! Apr 4, 2014
Edmond M: One thing I like about Revzilla is the videos with info on almost every product. It helps my decision a lot easier. Mar 28, 2014
slava s: hot weather and protection and style Mar 25, 2014
A s: They look like the closest thing to my old Rev' It! Comets (discontinued), which I loved. Mar 24, 2014
Jimmy W asked: My hand measurement is 8 3/8 inches. Should I go with the medium or large Dirt 2 gloves? Mar 27, 2014
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Michael B: Medium. I Am 8 1/2 and they fit perfect. Mar 27, 2014
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James H: My hand is 10 1/4" and I went a with a XL which is a 10". The glove are very snug and fit tight which is what I was going for. You'd have to make the judgement on how you want them to feel. There is leather in the glove and the mesh stretches but how much so is yet to be seen. I would lean towards the large my self and if not tight enough send it back and swap it out. Don't forget to talk with the revzilla customer service guy if you haven't already. They were really helpful with my purchase. Mar 28, 2014
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Loch M: Jimmy W: I have a hand measurement of 9 inches and went with size XL. My choice to go with a bigger size was because the ends of my fingers hit the end of the glove with the large and then when I gripped the protective plate across the knuckles pressed into my knuckles. I thought for long trips this would be the breaking point for comfort. The XL size fits well, the only thing I have really noticed is the palm area is a little loose but nothing that will I can't live with. I hope this helps. Mar 28, 2014
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Jimmy W: Thanks for the comments fellow Revzilla customers. The poll was about 50/50 on large or medium. I went with the large. Glad I did. The thumbs are still a bit tight. Hope they will stretch a bit. Overall, the large fits best for my 8 3/8" hand. Apr 2, 2014
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simon b: My hand measures 8.5" and I went with the medium. It fits quite snug but not uncomfortably so. I think when they break in more they should be good. Mar 27, 2014
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Michael D: Jim, go large on the gloves. They run very small, at least a full size small. I am about the same size and had to send my Med. back. Mar 28, 2014
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Daniel M: I would suggest Large. I'm at 8-1/2 and it's a perfect fit - which means snug. I'm guessing the Medium will be much too small. Jun 5, 2015
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Tony S: My hand measures 9.5" and I went with the XL which fits snug. For an 8 3/8" measurement I would go with the Large. Mar 27, 2014
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Von B: They run true size.. if your unsure go smaller and stretch them in. Mar 31, 2014
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Ian C: Try med. , these are nice gloves and will stretch a little. Mar 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: My hand measurement is just about 9 1/2. I want them to fit snug. Should I got with a 10 (XL)? Apr 10, 2015
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Paul A: My hand measures 8 and I have plenty of room in a large. But the fingers are a bit short for me. I would start with the XL in your case and exchange then for L if they are not snugg enough for your taste. Or the other way around gor for L the. XL. The nice thing about Revzilla. I know that doesn't feed the instant gratification bug but sometimes you just have to order expecting an exchange unless you have tried them on at a local dealer and then order. Good luck. Apr 10, 2015
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Mark H: My hand measures 9" circumference at mid palm and 7 3/4 to 8" from wrist crease to tip third finger. The xl was a little snug and ended up with an XXL. Fit great... Apr 10, 2015
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Lewis S: My measurement is 9 1/2 inches and I wear a Large, and it is snug but comfortable. I think the XL would be a looser fit for you. Apr 24, 2015
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Daniel M: I wear a size LG that fit perfectly. I also have a set of Held Rodney gloves in 9 that are a just a trifle large. Jun 5, 2015
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Victor A: The run small so definitely go up a size. Great summer gloves! Apr 13, 2015
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A shopper asked: Hey, I had the former version of the gloves in Medium size and i lost one of the them. I want to the buy the new vers, tho it seems like they have changed the sizes according to the video, which size should i buy now?
Mar 24, 2015
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Ian C: Hi, I usually wear XL. The 2xl was a little loose and the xl was tight. I went with the xl. They loosened up some. I'm hoping that they'll loosen up a little more because they are nice gloves. I hope that this was helpful. Thanks Mar 26, 2015
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Daniel M: This and the other Revit gloves I have run true to size - so stick with the Medium. Jun 5, 2015
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Tony S: I love my gloves, I am a medium too and they ran true to size. Mar 24, 2015
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Von B: for me the run true to size like other Revit Gloves Mar 25, 2015
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Barry W asked: I have the Rev'it Striker gloves in the XXL size & I love them. I think they are more euro cut in sizing. Are the Dirt 2 more American cut? Which size in the Dirt 2 would be comparable? Mar 24, 2014
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JOHN R: I can only comment on the dirt 2 gloves and I would say they are definitely an american fit. I am a large in my other American cut gloves like my Scorpions. Both fit equally well in large for me. Apr 1, 2014
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Barry W: Thanks, John. I'm usually a large also, so I'll try those. Apr 2, 2014

New for 2014, the REV'IT! Dirt 2 Gloves are an overhaul of a classically styled, hot weather/warm weather dual sport glove. The original Dirt Glove was really a mixture of mesh and leather. This glove is almost completely different, positioned very similarly for a warm to hot weather riding, but really has much more of a dual sport and touring feel now. I like everything they've done with it. I think they've taken a huge leap forward with it from both style, comfort, and protection. I'm going to walk you through it here in just a sec.

Now, if you look at it, one color only, sizes up to 3X, and the fitment's going to be decidedly American. This has been consistent over the last few years with REV'IT! gloves. So if I'm wearing a size large, I wear a large in Firstgear, I wear a large in Icon. No surprises, they've really honed in on the American fit for our hand sizes and shapes, no surprises there.

Now looking at the REVIT Dirt 2 Gloves, you're going to see a mixture of air mesh for breathability. There's your hot weather component. And you're going to see a mixture of protection both in cowhide and goatskin for durability that is then joined with some hard parts that give you the protection if you happen to go down.

Remember, if you're rocking a GS on the road, this can be a great glove for you for the warmer to hotter times of the year. But if you want to do some light or more intermediate dual sporting, depending on what you're riding, you're going to get a solid amount of flexibility and protection out of this glove as well. And it's going to cool you off and allow you to sweat.

So starting with the back and working our way forward, I'm going to call out the changes, the big changes as we go. Notice shorter cuff for this year. Air mesh goes all the way down. They've actually transposed. The mesh used to be on the back of the hand. Now, they've swapped the leather and the mesh. You can see it there on my original version to the left. I actually just think, aesthetically, this is a better-looking glove to begin with as well.

Quick nitpick here, they've eliminated the reflectivity. I would've loved to see some piping on top, but it's now the ulna protector, which is done in reflective, that REV'IT! logo. You can see there's a lot of Tempur foam worked into this glove, see it on the outside laterally on the hand here. Did not have it on the first version.

Moving back into the knuckle, now, my knuckle's on a flex panel, which did not exist previously. Still coated, hard shell knuckle, but again giving some extra tempur foam on the back of the wrist or the back of the hand as well for some metacarpal protection.

Moving up through the fingers, they've moved these hard part TPUs now. They used to be towards the tips of the fingers. Now, they're mid-digitally, giving you extra leather that goes all the way down to that midpoint on the finger. And now, the tips are done in mesh. They're going to flow air. You can see here along the side how everything ties together.

Moving into thumb, again, there similarities here on the thumb when it comes to the mesh and leather mix, but then the palm is completely different. Goatskin on the palm, it's going to be a bit more durable, offer great tactile response, but also do better with wet and sweat. Keep that in mind, guys. That's why you see a lot of goat in a lot of palms. Notice pre-curve on the palm here is not something that we wouldn't expect, but it's tied together very differently. On this glove, the original REV'IT! Dirt, it had more of that dual comp slider that comes from the street universe, great for sliding, great for shock.

On the Dirt II Gloves, they wanted to tie in with flexibility. So we saw some components here with this flexible TPR that we saw in the original Sand 2 now makes its way over to the large area of EVA or Tempur foam that's going to dually stitched in. There's an area of power Aramid, which is a Kevlar derivative, behind this for extra protection but, again, big area, even with some scaphoid protection that makes its way all the way over to the wrist.

You're also going to notice up the left side here, great blade of the hand or outseam protection with some areas of additional foam tying it all together, adding some protection there.

One of the things that they didn't have on the previous version is they had really this control reinforcement area, but there was no foam padding here either, so great vibration dampening, great additional protection, just comfort features here that are baked in, that tie in nicely with that protective element.

And, again, if you look at the cuff design of the REVIT! Dirt II Gloves, it's shorter. It's cleaner. It's going to work well with different types of jackets you might be wearing when you're riding. Again, aesthetically, I really like what they've done.

The other big piece you're going to see are these gold-tipped fingers. This is the connect material from REV'IT!. Many folks use different GPS devices that are going to have that dual screen where you tap, and it clicks. These are for more like an iPhone where it's going to be that biometric touch or where you need that conductive material. This metallic is going to allow you, without taking your gloves off, to work a touchscreen that's like an iPhone or a Samsung or something along those lines, a multi-touch screen that allows you to pinch and do all those components. So, again, really well thought out on the REV'IT! side.

And I'll tell you, just over the $100 mark, they haven't really added that much cost to this glove. It's only gone up a little bit for 2014. And I would wager to say it is probably going to be one of the more popular, top of the line, aggressive mesh gloves that we're going to see at RevZilla.com just because it pulls in feature, protection, and function so well.

So when you think of road versatility, remember, from a mesh standpoint, you're at the top of the food chain with the REV'IT Dirt 2. From here, you'd end up in something like a mid-cuff SLR, something that's really not mesh-based. When it comes to off-road or dual sport, the Sand 2 is more of an off-road glove. It's a little more hardcore. But it does play in the same family. And if you want to make less of a dual sport investment, you just want to back it off a hair of what you want to spend, get something like the original Sand, which has been a rockstar seller over the years, and folks have had a great experience with it.