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REV'IT! Phantom GTX Gloves

The REV'IT! Phantom GTX Gloves are ideal for spring, fall and summer riding when you need wet weather protection without thermal insulation. These Gore-Tex lined leather touring gloves provide miles of riding comfort and protection, with PU knuckle and finger inserts, dual-comp palm slider and EVA foam padding. The Gore-Tex X-trafit membrane ensures minimal bulk and maximum tactile feel. 

Protection Features:

  • 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

Ergonomic Features:

  • 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
4.5 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.6 / 5
Features
4.4 / 5
Comfort
4.5 / 5
Style
4.6 / 5
Air Flow
2.9 / 5
Fit
Small
 
Large

Rev'It! Men's Phantom Glove Sizing

Size Hand Circumference (in)
XS 7.75
SM 8.25
MD 8.75
LG 9.25
XL 9.75
2XL 10.25
3XL 10.75

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

How To Measure

HC Hand Circumference Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your hand behind the knuckles, not including the thumb, keeping the tape snug. Measure both left and right hands and use the larger of the two measurements.
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4.5 / 5.0
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Bang For The Buck
4.0 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.6 / 5
Features
4.4 / 5
Comfort
4.4 / 5
Style
4.6 / 5
Air Flow
2.9 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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5 / 5
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1 / 5
Awesome gloves
Stats:
10k+ miles @ 15F - 105F in all weather, snow, rain, high / low humidity etc
Bike: ninja 250

The good:
They will keep your hands dry for the most part
They can be worn all year round if you use hippo hands + heated grips ( 30w in my case)
Work very well with the Revit sand style arm cuffs for keeping rain out, (if you cuff them as suggested in my review of the jacket)
You can wear a liner with these if thin, it will be tight at first but it will loosen up over a week then shrink back down when you remove them after the first heavy downpour / drying time. (the leather gets soaked but not your hands)
The snot patches are awesome for wiping bugs off your visor more than the wiper.
The wiper is good for fog / micro rain on a pretreated visor (I use lemon pledge)
Love the double velcro cuff.
The reflectivity on the fingertips is great for signaling at night

The not so good:
This is my second pair, after about 1000 miles the liner on the left thumb came loose and it wasn’t supposed to according to the xtrafit technology so I exchanged them for a new pair. I got the second pair and 250 miles later the liner again started to come out … I have since given up and all fingers have now come out after 9000 miles. It happens when your hands are clammy from high humidity and you quickly pull the gloves off without first holding the ends of each finger.
The slide puck on the palms might interfere with your wrist when using the throttle … I think mine have gotten use to this but at first my wrists were sore in this spot.
When you get water IN the gloves it takes 8 hours to get it out with a fan blowing into it full time.
The first set of gloves felt small so I exchanged them for a medium from a small … when they came in they fit much better and eventually fit my hands very well. When I exchanged them for liner problems the next medium which came felt very big on my hands … My suggestion if you’re between sizes just order two pair and send the other back.

Weather:
In Hot weather your hands will sweat … they are black and waterproof so get use to it. In the mild weather of spring and fall your hands will feel the best and you will forget about the gloves being an issue at all. In the winter I ran these down in 28 degree weather at 75 mph without liners, or hippo hands, or heated grips and my hands were really cold. I kept having to do the ‘your blinker is on’ sign to keep blood flowing to them. After this I ordered my hippo hands which worked very well down to about 33. After this I had to get heated grips and use glove liners. The 30w heated grips were enough for the job but my tip of my thumb would get cool on the 15F days after 30 minutes at 75 mph.
My suggestions if you want to use these all year round is to wear them as is till you get below 55 then wear liners till you get below 45 … after this you’re going to need a wind blocking solution as the tops of your hands will get cold. If you don’t have liners you can run the heated grips starting at 50 and below. With liners you can start at 40 with the heated grip + hippo hands … at 35 or below you absolutely need a wind blocking solution and the two fingers you cover your clutch and brakes with will get cold after about 10 minutes at 75 mph. At 15F your hands will feel cold but they won’t freeze if you have heated grips + wind blocking solution.

Rain:
If you have a liner then cinch the liner to your wrist then put the gauntlets on over this with your shell over that (assuming it is like the revit adjustable ones if not use velcro straps to cinch it as well. If you have a waterproof shell then place the gauntlets on the outside of the jacket. Failure to do it this way can result in getting water at your wrist and ultimately in your gloves. Either way the gauntlet area will most likely see moisture which you will need to dry out. If you are trying to shrink your gloves some the rain helps. Your gloves might also ‘dry out’ as far as the leather goes as well with the rain so keep an eye out for this and apply leather lotion as needed.

Crash report:
30-35mph tumbling lowside with airvest deployed. My hands were fine and only a little sore on my palms from the impact with the guardrail before I was flung off the bike into my roll. All damage highlighted to gear in video.
March 30, 2012
Ride:
2008 Kawasaki EX250F Ninja 250R
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
2 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
5/5 I still have my hands
I bought these because I wanted to get some nice waterproof gloves. I kept these because they just survived an accident basically spotlessly.

I found I needed to go up a size because the web of the glove was too small. However, up a size, the fingers fit perfectly - but the thumb is weirdly long. Like a monkey thumb or something. Maybe Europeans are built differently.

The gloves have been tested in the rain and performed well; no leaks. They're actually pretty breathable on an 80 degree day, too. The squeegee thing on the left index finger is a great idea, poorly implemented. It's not nearly as effective as I'd like. I think it needs to be softer rubber to fit to my faceshield better.

The little tiny pinky sliders actually do something. I found that the impact zones matched up to how I hit the road, and protected me well. I could see these lasting multiple accidents. The leather is high quality and barely scuffed up. These things are tough. I can't even find on the palms where the road scratched them up. But I can feel it from the bruising on my palms.

Overall, I highly recommend them. I have bruises from impacting the ground, but not a spot of road rash on my hands. They were a bit uncomfortable at first, but after they broke in, they fit like a glove with an extra long thumb.
May 22, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2009 Suzuki GS500F
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
2 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
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
Ride:
2012 Ducati Multistrada 1200S
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
1 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
1 / 5
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
Ride:
2011 BMW G650GS
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Good non-bulky Gore-tex glove
I live in the SF bay area and commute about 30 miles every day. I wanted a waterproof glove that was NOT a 'winter' glove. Winters here aren't that cold, so a true winter glove would probably be way too warm as well as huge and bulky.

These gloves seem to fit the bill exactly. While you can definitely tell there is a liner present, it's not obtrusive and doesn't bunch up. Occasionally I'll have to flatten out my hand to get rid of a seam of liner that has gathered up in the space between the top of my palm and the bases of my fingers, but it's not too bad. Throttle feel and whatnot remains pretty much unhindered.

Admittedly I'm a little disappointed to see they're made in China (especially for the price point) but the stitching seems solid and everything looks well put together. It's not the thickest leather, but it is decent and relatively soft. Thankfully I haven't had a chance to test out the protective parts yet.

I waited to write a review until I got caught in a proper rainy ride. Happened today and the gloves were excellent. Sure enough I arrived home this evening with hands totally dry . . . and better yet, I won't have to put on damp, clammy gloves tomorrow morning. I find myself actually looking for excuses to ride in the rain now to test these out more.

This is the first piece of REV'IT! gear I've owned; the relatively steep price (and ridiculously punctuated brand name) notwithstanding, I suspect I will be owning some more in the future.

Features I wasn't even looking for but have appreciated:

-- The 'snot zone' around the thumb and forefinger is unexpectedly fantastic.

-- The reflective bits do stand out quite a lot.

-- During warmer weather the gloves are actually not terrible. I wouldn't exactly wear them on a scorching summer day, but your life won't be miserable if you take them out on a rainy morning and things get sunny later.

Note to those nervous about sizing: I followed the Revzilla size chart (http://www.revzilla.com/revit-size-chart#123) exactly and it seemed to pay off. A tape measure around my hand was precisely 8 inches and the Medium fits me perfectly.
November 16, 2012
Ride:
2002 Honda RVT1000R RC51
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
2 / 5
Keeps hands dry in the rain. Good protection. Wiper blade is a joke
I've had my pair for a couple weeks now and just tonight got to try them out in the rain.

Pros: Good/very good armor protection. Hands stay dry in the rain, but I haven't tried an immersion in a bucket of water test (yet) Good construction of materials. The reflectivity is great. Range of motion in fingers is okay. Seems like the palm has some bunching of material so when you grip the grips, more exertion is required, which could make your hands tired on a long trip. That could be improved, but it's not too bad overall.

Cons: The wiper blade, seriously, is NOT very effective. Revit could learn something from competitor gloves, where the wiper is about 3-4mm that stands out from the middle of the finger (from top to bottom). The blade on this Revit pair is on the top edge and stands out, maybe, 1-2mm. The material around the wiper would hit your visor before the blade would effectively (and it hasn't yet. I just got back from riding 17 miles in the rain at speed) clean the visor.

It's a little on the snug/small side. I ordered a Large pair and thought about returning them for an XL, but I think these will stretch out a bit. (hoping)

The gauntlet cuff could use some elastic to stretch a little bit, but that's just a suggestion and not really a con. It doesn't bother me that much.

I'd give higher ratings if the wiper was improved. That's really my only complaint, especially when it was hard to see tonight and it didn't really do the job. For almost $200, I want every little feature to do the job.

If anyone knows of a glove that's as armored as these, keeps the hands dry and has a decent wiper, I'd like to know.

For the price, you're mainly paying for the protection and features other than the wiper, so I would still recommend this pair of gloves.
June 22, 2011
Ride:
2003 BMW K1200GT
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Dry the gloves soon after riding in rain
In a heavy rain storm they did what they were designed for. However later after the ride the wet leather wicked the moisture into the glove. I would recommend soon after you remove the gloves you dry them to prevent this. I was on a 7,000 ride from MI to CA. So after noticing the dampness inside, later after stopping, I put them on top of a table lamp to dry them out. By morning they were good to go.
August 4, 2014
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Gloves perform as described.
I purchased these gloves for a trip from N.C. to Niagara Falls and into Canada. They performed as stated and kept my hands dry. The leather gets soaked and makes you think your fingers are wet, but they are in fact dry. I wouldn't consider them to be a winter glove, but they kept my hands fairly warm and dry in temps around 50deg. I usually wear xxl in Dainese gloves and xl in American-made gloves, so I was concerned about the fit. XL fit perfectly with very little break-in. As usual: Revzilla had the order on my doorstep a few minutes after I paid for it. Visor wiper on finger is nearly useless, and I had to get used to not wiping my nose with it because it could peel skin if you're not careful. Reflective parts shine nicely. Construction of glove is flawless.. as it should be for $200. Highly recommend these for waterproof gloves that offer good protection and feel.
June 11, 2012
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
2 / 5
This product is great for Spring and Fall.
The GTX gloves are comfortable and well made. Excellent for cool and warm weather but not for hot weather due to no ventilation. I came back from my vacation to Iowa riding 3600 miles in one week and the GTX gloves were great early in the morning or at night but too hot for mid day. It is a great product for the money an I recommend them to anyone.
August 7, 2012
Ride:
2011 Harley Davidson FLTRUSE CVO Road Glide Ultra
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
2 / 5
Wow!!
Pretty much everything good you read in the other reviews, I second.

I admit I've never bought really expensive gloves before but these gloves are beyond awesome! The inner lining feel is fantastic. They feel like a second skin. And I feel impervious to damage with the hard knuckles and other protection they offer. The look of them suits me perfectly. They don't make me feel like I'm pretending to have just come from the race track.

The cuff is a perfect size allowing me to put it over my jacket in cold weather and inside the jacket when it's warmer or raining.

Speaking of rain, I bought these gloves for their Gore-Tex lining. I've never had luck with covers and searched for a waterproof, breathable glove. I haven't been able to test them in a heavy rain yet. I've ridden to work with 80% chance of rain and it doesn't rain. I wish it would!

These fit my needed temperature range perfectly. Under 40-45 I use electric. The coldest it's been is 45 and the Phantoms were fine. I wear these comfortably in temperatures up to 75-80. After that I go with a warmer weather Rev'it Sand.

I struggle with size. My method is to order two sizes at once and return the wrong size. I know Revzilla will replace but I like having the direct comparison. I ended up with the medium instead of the large which is typically my size.

I am thrilled I found this glove.
May 30, 2011
Ride:
2005 Honda ST1300
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Desperately needed waterproof gloves. This provided that, as well as a large gauntlet, visor squeegee, reflective bits, and a good bit of protection.
ChiefPockets on Aug 2, 2016
GoreTex lining sealed at finger tips so it can't pull out, palm slider and pinky protection, knuckle protection. Beautiful all goatskin water-proof glove!
MisterB811 on Apr 11, 2016
Desperately needed waterproof gloves. This provided that, as well as a large gauntlet, visor squeegee, reflective bits, and a good bit of protection.
ChiefPockets on Aug 2, 2016
I own 2 pairs of Rev It gloves. Both have oustanding quality and design. I wear these on those cold southern California winter morning rides to work and are perfect for that climate. Keeps your hands toasty warm. I don't know how water resistant they are cuz we don't ride when it's raining, we drive. But, i would not doubt rev it's claim about moisture adversity to these gloves.
Ian B on Apr 29, 2016
GoreTex lining sealed at finger tips so it can't pull out, palm slider and pinky protection, knuckle protection. Beautiful all goatskin water-proof glove!
MisterB811 on Apr 11, 2016
I lowsided my bike a few months back with this glove that I got a few years back. This glove completely protected my hand from any damage or bruising. Amazing product which is why I'm buying it again.
Anthony J on Feb 1, 2016
recommended by revzilla
George P on Jan 29, 2016
I own several items from Rev'it and trust the brand. the gloves after reading some review should be perfect for North California weather.
Marc V on Nov 6, 2015
magazine review
Reginald J on Sep 20, 2015
Waterproof, sturdy, sleek, good reviews...
hiranmay p on Sep 15, 2015
These gloves saved my hands beautifully in a 60 mph asphalt crash! They did their job and tore in all the right places but left my hands unscathed. This is my second pair. Hopefully I won't have to go through another crash like that again.
M A on Sep 1, 2015
recommended by Motor Cycle Consumer News May 2014 issue.
Joel S on Aug 17, 2015
The size L were too small. In size XL the right glove was OK, but the left was tight across the knuckles and bunchy in the palm. Returned both and got the Rukka Imatra Gore-Tex, which I like.
JM1968 on Jul 31, 2015
These gloves rock! Very secure feeling and lots of protection. My hands have never gotten wet with these gloves on and I am always warm. My favorite pair. It makes me sad when it is too warm out to wear them!
CLINT P on Jun 2, 2015
Motorcycle Consumer News, April 2015 (Vol 46, No 4) says it all.
B B on Mar 29, 2015
saw a review in Motorcycle Consumer News magazine
K I on Mar 29, 2015
I need a rain proof glove for cooler weather. Hoping that it works.
Janet F on Dec 6, 2014
Best Glove for the features & $.
John M on Nov 7, 2014
A full-leather Gore-Tex lined Gauntlet that I should be able to stretch into Winter with heated Grips.
Evelyn N on Oct 5, 2014
Review in Motorcycle Consumer News. Measured hands and ordered, but XL gloves were too small. You exchanged for next larger size with no hassle, immediately. XXL size was still borderline too small but was leaving on trip and went with them. Wore them in rain and they kept my hands dry, though still too tight. I hope they will stretch out as I wear them more.
Richard L on Aug 7, 2014
Great rating in Motorcycle Consumer News
Theodore F M on May 29, 2014
Recommended from a friend. These are awesome wet weather / cooler weather gloves and I always carry them with me incase I get caught in the rain.
Philip G on Apr 29, 2014
I've tried these on previously and I own other RevIT gear. It's high quality gear.
Lukas J on Apr 21, 2014
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.
Joel B on Feb 19, 2014
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.
Robert C on Jan 28, 2014
These are the most comfortable gloves I've ever owned. I love them!
April O on Dec 24, 2013
They didn't fit
Glen C on Dec 18, 2013
It rains a lot in Guam and having GTX cloves makes the ride more enjoyable.
Andrew M on Sep 10, 2013
Wanted waterproof gloves which they are however, very european fit, if you want a more american glove fit go up a size.
John R on Aug 22, 2013
I own 2 pairs of Rev It gloves. Both have oustanding quality and design. I wear these on those cold southern California winter morning rides to work and are perfect for that climate. Keeps your hands toasty warm. I don't know how water resistant they are cuz we don't ride when it's raining, we drive. But, i would not doubt rev it's claim about moisture adversity to these gloves.
Ian B on Apr 29, 2016
I lowsided my bike a few months back with this glove that I got a few years back. This glove completely protected my hand from any damage or bruising. Amazing product which is why I'm buying it again.
Anthony J on Feb 1, 2016
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?
A shopper on Aug 21, 2012
BEST ANSWER: 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!
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.

Thanks!
Gilles S on Sep 26, 2013
BEST ANSWER: 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.
Can these gloves be washed or is there something else available to remove the sweaty/stinky smell inside the gloves?
A shopper on Aug 22, 2011
BEST ANSWER: 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
Hi Guys, I just bought a pair of 2xl Phantom Gtx gloves - My hand is 9.4in at it's widest around. But I have long fingers, (I'm 6ft5in) and the slider and padding aren't really sitting on the ball of my hand (more toward the flat middle of my palm). My question is, is there any more length in the fingers in the 3xl size or is it just a wider fit?

Thanks guys
Dan
A shopper on Feb 21, 2015