REV'IT! Hybrid WSP Gloves
Fits like the size chart
The size chart was right on for me. However, I bought these so I could use my smart phone without removing my gloves, they do not work very well. I can eventually find the sweet spot but it may take several attempts by which time I should have removed the gloves. I can't recommend these as tech gloves.
March 3, 2014
They keep my hands warm and the knuckle protection is high quality. The conductive thread works well, but it is hard to use the phone while you're wearing the gloves.
February 3, 2014
Great Gloves for what I wanted them for
As it is getting a little cooler over the Winter here in TX, I wanted a glove to keep the wind at bay. So even though this glove is advertised as a 'waterproof' glove, I used it mainly just to keep the hands a little warmer on a colder ride.
It took a few rides to realize that they fit just a tad small, as the ends of my fingers felt fatigued from the snugness. But all in all they do what I want them to do. You just may want to up-size one size.
February 3, 2014
Cuff could be tighter
All around, a great glove. You've read all the good stuff about it so i'm not going to go though all the good stuff. One thing I did notice, ( not a big deal ) was the cuff around the wrist. It was a little loose. Not so big that it causes any issues that I've noticed, just not as form fitting around the lower palm and wrist as i would expect from being elastic. It almost flares out rather than tapers. Still, a great glove.
January 31, 2014
Good cold/cool weather glove.
Great protection and durability. For the temps between cool and needing a heated glove. Best for temps 50-75 but with liners you can go a little bit colder. Happy with my purchase.
January 20, 2014
Good for chilly days
These gloves seemed too small until I curled my hand around my grips: they're made to be comfy in ride position (duh). Overall good warmth and wind protection. A great medium weight glove!
January 6, 2014
I was looking for a fall/winter glove for 40-60 degree rides and this glove absolutely rocks!
The windstopper outer shell does a great job - you do get some cold air coming in from sides of every finger, that breathable material I imagine is to ensure your hands don't get clammy. Grip is solid and the glove has a very clean look to it. Easy on and off, though I wish the fabric elastic at the end of the glove was a bit longer.
Highly recommended. I'd ride this down to the mid 30's - as long as you're properly bundled in the torso these will keep you fingers warm enough.
December 27, 2013
Fingers are bit long for touch screen use.
The problem with a winter glove and touch screen capabilities is that usually a winter glove should have a little more room in the fingers to capture air and generate heat. Unfortunately when you want to throw in touch screen compatibility in the fingertips, you need your fingers to reach the tip of the glove, preferably skin tight. It's not that the touch screen fabric of this glove won't work, it's just that you have less control because the fabric is not directly touching the tip of your finger. That said, you won't be typing as quickly as if you just removed the glove.
This glove is actually not warm as I would like it to be. I live in California and my morning commutes are about 45-55 in winter. Not terrible temperatures, but It says the glove has windstopper technology yet I still feel the chill in my fingers? This is more of a fall and nighttime spring glove in my opinion.
Otherwise I love feel of the glove, very soft and comfortable to wear, in decent temperatures, so I decided to keep it.
December 23, 2013