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REV'IT! Phantom GTX Gloves

For maximum inclement weather protection, the full leather REVIT PHANTOM GTX gloves are equipped with the dual-comp palm slider, derived from the award winning Jerez glove, and a hard-shell knuckle, stylishly covered in leather. When the weather gets rough, you’ll be glad you have the GORE-TEX® X-trafit membrane keeping you dry, connected, and en route to your destination.

The REV'IT! Phantom GTX is our choice for spring, fall and summer riding when you are unsure what the weather will bring.


  • Outer shell: goatskin with WR finish, suede leather with WR finish, sure grip, hypalon
  • Lining: GORE-TEX® Push-Pull tri-fleece liner
  • Waterproofing: GORE-TEX® X-trafit™
  • Breathability: GORE-TEX® X-trafit™
  • Composition
    • outer shell: 100% leather
    • lining: 78% polyester, 15% polyamide, 7% polyurethane
    • membrane: 100% Gore-Tex® membrane (ePTFE)
  • Protection: leather hard-shell knuckle, PU injected finger knuckles, TPU hard-shell little finger protector, Dual-comp palm slider, EVA foam at little finger and thumb
  • Visibility: laminated reflection at backhand and cuff, reflection at fingers


  • Fit: tour fit
  • Adjustability: adjustment strap at wrist, adjustment tab at cuff
  • Features: stretch lips at fingers and backhand, sure grip patches, elastic at wrist, visor wiper, regular cuff
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REV'IT! Phantom GTX Gloves 4.5 5 37 37
Great Gloves! My hand measures right at 9" and the L fit perfect. I wish all gloves fit like these. I've gone through many pairs of gloves over the last 30 years from motocross to roadracing to adventure riding. I've only put 500 dry miles, 50 of these miles offroad mountain backcountry on my GS1200ADV, on these gloves in low 40s to 70s temps. Probably would've been cold in the 40s without heated grips on low. They are already on my all time favorite list. Obviously can't speak about longevity or waterproofness yet but these gloves required very little break in and feel and appear pretty sturdy. They fit really well without any unnecessary bulk. Exactly what I was looking for in a glove. I bought these gloves for spring/fall and to break out for the anytime mountain rains that are always cold. These are a perfect fit for me. April 14, 2014
Good glove I bought this item for a summer weight gore-tex touring glove. I have been caught in a few rainstorms wearing a lightweight cloth only glove and my hands got cold. I was looking for a higher level of protection without the heavy insulation of other gloves. I like the hand protection these gloves provide not only from the weather, but the hard knuckle area and other features. I did try these gloves out on a 40 F weather ride. My hands were fine (I have heated grips) during the ride. I have not been out in rain yet. The gloves fit well, have a good feel and should stretch out a little. The only drawback was the price. I think these are good gloves. February 17, 2014
Great year-round gloves These gloves are great. They can be worn all year round. They are great for about 1 hour riding (highway) in the 30's with heated grips and good in the mid 20's (also for about an hour). After that your fingers get cold - bear in mind that I perhaps tolerate cold hands better than average and I dress very warm, which helps keep your hands from getting cold -They are not warm enough in the 10's. I have not used them in summer yet but we have had days in the 60's and they are perfect for that. I believe they will be good in the 80's with low humidity, and too warm in the 80's with humidity. Protection is very good and comfort is great. They also look fantastic. I have about 2000 miles on them and they just look like new. They will probably last a very long time. All in all a very good year-round glove for climates that are not very extreme. January 27, 2014
Nice Gloves for the rain I got these gloves for when it rains in the Las VEgas area or on my road trips to Dallas or North Carolina. They are very nice. love the fit not to bulky. Just have to remember not to scratch your nose with your left hand because of the squeeze. You will do it only once. December 9, 2013
A bit disappointing My review goes against the flow on this product, but this review is written after a season of ownership, which might help inform you how the product has worn over time. The Phantoms are stylish and comfortable and do an excellent job in the wet with their premium Gore Tex lining. My hand is a difficult fit, being wide but with relatively short fingers. This pair is just a bit snug on me (I usually take a size 9.5 or 10) with the fingers a bit too long. No demerits here; I find this typical. They are nicely warm to about 45 degrees using heated grips, and acceptable to just over 40 degrees (at speed; work fine in town at lower temps). They are not a true winter glove as my finger tips get cold as temperatures near 40, even with the grips on high. Conclusion: this is a two and a half to three season glove, not really suitable for warm summer riding or colder winter climates. I do have a couple of issues with them: First, the gauntlet is just a bit narrow (not a true touring glove: sort of a "sport touring" fit) , so they don't slide easily over bulkier jacket sleeves such as my Vanson Sportrider jacket, which is made of thick leather. They do slot over my Sand jacket, but are still difficult to get on and off if you prefer to wear the glove/gauntlet over your sleeves. I'd like it if the gauntlet was just a bit more generous. The straps and Velcro work well once you get the gloves on however. Second and more importantly, they have not held up all that well. One of the gloves is showing significant color fading after barely one season, which seems odd as the other one looks better. I didn't use them very much at all during the summer and started really wearing them in early fall and into this winter's riding. The material used on the bake of the glove seems quite prone to surface scuffing and marring, and is already showing wear and scrapes on the hard knuckles and tops of the fingers. I have not crashed these gloves and they are stored in either a top box or my garage when not in use. They're probably OK for another season, but after only three or four months of routine use they look quite used and don't appear to be able to go the distance you'd expect of a premium glove. Maybe you need to spend more to get a really great glove, but if so, these seem like they are too expensive to be used for just one season, and not quite a true premium product. They look good when new, and have proven waterproof, and retain decent control feel, all n their favor, but in respect to durability, I think they leave something to be desired. I can't talk about how they might hold up in a crash since I haven't done that (and will continue to try not to) but I expect a near premium glove to look good for more than one season, and early scuffing and fading suggests they will need replacement soon. I cant recommend them based on my experience. November 30, 2013
1st time in the rain, they soaked through in less than 100 miles After less than 100 miles in the rain of a 2 day 500 mile ride(400+ miles in the Pacific northwest rain) The gloves soaked through. I just got them broken in, they fit great and have lots of protection. I can put on my helmet and fasten the chin strap with these gloves, they are the best fitting gloves I have ever owned( I also have the Klim Caldera for winter) Thanks to Revzilla's excellent return policy, they are on their way back for another pair that hopefully don't leak. Over all they are still an awesome glove October 1, 2013
Great three season all weather glove. Although a little pricey, the Rev'it Phantom GTX is a truly great all weather glove that I believe could be used in three seasons. When I first tried them on (I wear a large) they were just a little on the tight side, but broke in rather quickly. I just got back from a 750 mile tour through the Appalachian mountains with cool mornings, warm afternoons, and one rainy day. My hands stayed dry and comfortable in all weather conditions. I live them! I would recommend these gloves to anyone. September 30, 2013
Gorgeous glove, extremely comfortable. I did a ton of glove research before buying these. They are, in my opinion, the nicest looking gloves I've tried so far. They're stealth-looking, so they aren't super flashy -- and I like that. The materials and construction are very high quality, and the fit is great. I've ridden these in some pretty warm weather and they seem to do well in the heat, so I consider them to be true all-weather gloves. I gave the airflow 4/5 because they're not as breathable as a perforated summer glove -- but they're not supposed to be. I would buy these again. September 16, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Joel B: The reviews - i had sent an email for suggests for a new glove. This wasn't one of the recommend, but a step from the Alaska. Only changed to this one for the 4 season. The Alaskan sounded like it would be to warm much of the year. At this price I am hoping for 1 glove to work most of the time. As I am not one to ride is freezing cold - should be fine. Feb 19, 2014
Robert C: Looking for a spring / summer touring glove with a "keep your hands dry" glove. I looked at other gloves that did not have gore tex, but they did not have the warranty of gore. Yes you pay a bit more, but in the long run, I believe you get what you pay for. Hopefully my hands will not cook in these gloves.
Revzilla support people are awesome.
Jan 28, 2014
April O: These are the most comfortable gloves I've ever owned. I love them! Dec 24, 2013
Glen C: They didn't fit Dec 18, 2013
Andrew M: It rains a lot in Guam and having GTX cloves makes the ride more enjoyable. Sep 10, 2013
John R: Wanted waterproof gloves which they are however, very european fit, if you want a more american glove fit go up a size. Aug 22, 2013
Gilles S asked: Hey, I am torn between the Rev'It! Phantom GTX and the Held Warm-N-Dry Glove. Which one is better and less "bulky" but still provide that coldness protection?

I am also having trouble deciding on the size. I wear a large in the old european style REV'IT! GT Corse Race, in the Racer High End. and the Racer Multitop waterproof glove.

I tried the new REV'IT! Oceanus GTX Gloves in Large but they were too bulky for my taste and the fingers were a little bit longer.

For the Phantom GTX, should I go with a L? I read the reviews and some of them say it runs smaller.
For the Held, should I got with an 8?

My palm measurement is a tad bigger than 8 inch.

Sep 26, 2013
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Raymond R: The Rev'It gloves are very dry and plenty warm for my riding here in Seattle. I ride year round unless there is snow on the ground. The knuckle protector is a little awkward and rides back and lightly digs into the back of my hand but isn't terrible. Certainly not bad enough for me to consider replacing. They have been very dry and needless to say the Seattle area puts them to the test there. I have a large and they run a little big on me but again not terribly so. Being a little big might also be related to the knuckle issue mentioned earlier. Conclusion, warm and dry but you may want to check out the fit if you have the chance.

I have a pair of old Held gloves that are much lighter and meant for cooler temps. They have always been excellent gloves both from a fit perspective and functionality. They do not have any armor so not really a comparison to the Rev'It's but their general quality and durability has me thinking I may look at Held for my next choice in gloves.
Oct 1, 2013
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Omar R: Hi Gilles,
In all Rev'It gloves I purchased earlier I am a size L in this model also order a L which is fine with me relation to the diameter of my hand which is 8.5, but with the problem that the finger length is also a bit long for my comfort
Glove quality is excellent ,I have used about 12,000 feet above sea level and give a good protection.
Oct 1, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a pair of L size Dirt gloves, they fit me well, but a little tight on the tip of the pinkies. Should I stick to the large or order extra large Phantoms? Aug 21, 2012
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RonC: Zentfins - I have long but relatively slender fingers, and the Large Summit H20 fit perfectly. Same fit as the Rev'It Comet summer gloves I own. If you have fat fingers you may want to go XL on the Summit. Revzilla has that one time free shipping on exchanges for fit issues so you probably will not go wrong if you select the wrong size. Ride safe. Sep 17, 2012
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dan3gold: I was very unsure when ordering my Rev-It gloves so I went to the sizing chart and measured exactly how they describe and the gloves are true to the tape I was right at a 9 and one gloves fits perfect and the other just a tiny bit snug but I'm sure will break in nicley...trust the chart and measure twice!! Good Luck! Oct 1, 2012
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A shopper asked: Can these gloves be washed or is there something else available to remove the sweaty/stinky smell inside the gloves? Aug 22, 2011
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walshs4: I have never tried it with these gloves but I use a plant mister (spray bottle) filled with 70% isopropyl alcohol (rubbing alcohol) on my leather rock climbing shoes, just mist the inside a few times and leave it out to try Aug 29, 2011
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michaelace: I would put those moisture absorbent gels (in a sachet) after every ride in warm weather. Oct 3, 2011
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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.

  • 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

Mens and Womens Gloves

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
9" LG 
10" XL
11" 2XL
12" 3XL

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

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