REV'IT! Orion GTX Gloves
Very well designed glove
These gloves seem an excellent blend of usability and protection. They're warm, with good protection, but allow nice tactile use of the controls.
They have padding and extra layers in what seem like critical spots. The materials and construction seem top notch. there's a lot of reflective patches and a visor wiper. The lining is gortex.
They look good and they fit me perfectly.
November 15, 2013
Buenos pero no son 100% buenos para el frio
Segun la medida de revzilla me correspondian un talla L, sin embargo me quedan muy justos y si la mano transpira o se moja al sacarlos se salen de los dedos algunas capas lo que hace muy complicado volver a ponerselos.
Por otra parte anduve en un clima no muy frio e igual se me enfriaron los dedos, creo que no hay guante para el frio...
Lo demas esta muy bien.
November 8, 2013
Bought the item on clearance and I am pretty happy with it. I am a new rider (2 months) but I commute to work 5 days a week. I've been wearing these for about two weeks. It doesn't keep my hands warm for my hour long commute in mid 40s weather but it does keep them from getting really frozen. I feel like the left glove was a tiny bit smaller, particularly in the thumb. The fingers don't seemed to be formed as curved as I was expecting. My hand was a little fatigued for the first few weeks trying to maintain grip, but they have broken in since and are feeling better. They slip on really quick and breathe nice once moving. I haven't had any sweaty hand problems even riding in mid to high 60s. Gloves are definitely a major upgrade to having a glove liner in a regular pair of gloves.
October 26, 2013
I'm one of those people that always has cold hands. I can be sitting in cold room and my fingers will get cold, so when it started dropping down into the low-40's and upper 30-'s with a 10 degree windchill before getting on the bike, my hands got cold fast. I picked up a pair of these here at Revzilla. Revzilla was great and the gloves are too, no more cold hands! I plan on extending the riding season as long as possible. If I have one complaint it's that I wish the gaiters were a little bigger as it's hard to get them over the jacket, especially when you have one glove on and are trying to get the second one, but it's not terrible. Also definitely go a size larger than your normal glove size as they run a bit small as has been said.
October 25, 2013
Good product - REALLY Warm...
Product has good features - especially for the price. Run a bit small - I usually wear a large-xlarge, but ordered a xxlarge - fits well, except the thumb is a bit too long. Good grip on controls. Can't wait to try it out when it gets super cold...
October 14, 2013
Just got the gloves and was out for a weekend long ride had a down pore on saterday and cool sunday ride home and these babys are great stayed dry one day and worm the next so glad i got them
September 9, 2013
Good winter glove at reasonable price
Been using these gloves for most of the winter here and reasonably happy. I commute about half an hour everyday with them. Temps get down to around zero degrees Celsius. Fingers do get cold but show me a non heated glove that stops this happening. Overall these are good gloves
September 7, 2013
Poor workmanship, poor protection and unknown warranty until you need support; I do not recommend these gloves
I purchased this Rev’It Orion GTX Gore-Tex winter gloves in 2011, looks OK and it is warm, not much protection, and no pre-cure at all, but I think it is soft enough not to cause fatigue grabbing the grips for few hours.
After two riding seasons (used in fall) the seams on the right hand glove opened up at the end of pinky's joint where wraps around the grip (attached picture#, so it leaks now. It seems that there was not enough material #rip-stop# in the seam to withstand wear and pull when fingers wrap around grip. Left hand that does not show any issue, still leaks #although it is Gore-Tex) after ½ hour riding in rain.
Spend lots of time searching on Rev’IT site, It is impossible to figure out what is warranty terms/conditions, but after contacting Rev’It and RevZilla I found out it is no longer under warranty, so what a $170 waste of money. So spend more if you have to, purchase gloves with better quality and pay attention to warranty terms/conditions.
April 17, 2013