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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.
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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.
|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|
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||940288||8700001182539||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / MD||940287||8700001182522||Out of Stock|
|Black / SM||940286||8700001182515||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / XL||940289||8700001182546||Out of Stock|
|Black / 2XL||940290||8700001182553||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
|Black / 3XL||940291||8700001182560||In Stock: Ships within 24 hours|
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.