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REV'IT Roadstar GTX Gloves

What do you demand from the perfect summer glove? Ventilation to keep your hands cool? An excellent fit and inspiring grip to control your bike with precision? How about abrasion-resistant materials and waterproofing? Last but not least, what about effective protection to keep your hands safe? The REVIT Roadstar GTX ticks all these boxes and then some more. During a summer rain your hands will stay dry but won’t be sweaty thanks to a waterproof and breathable GORE-TEX membrane. 

Protection Features:

  • Outer Shell: goatskin with WR finish, Pittards goat Digital WR100X, cowhide with WR finish, Karvin cowhide (PU coated), Goatskin Digital, synthetic PU leather
  • Lining: GORE-TEX Push-Pull tri-fleece liner
  • Waterproofing: GORE-TEX X-trafit
  • Breathability: GORE-TEX X-trafit
  • Composition:
    • outer shell: 100% leather
    • lining: 100% polyester
    • membrane: 100% GORE-TEX membrane (ePTFE)
  • Protection: Karvin cowhide covered hard-shell knuckle, TPU hard-shell palm slider, Temperfoam at knuckle, palm and thumb, EVA foam at fingers and cuff
  • Visibility: reflection at back hand

Ergonomic Features:

  • Fit: tour fit
  • Adjustability: adjustment strap at wrist, adjustment tab at cuff
  • Features: stretch lips at fingers, back hand and thumb, elastic at wrist, visor wiper, regular cuff

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REV'IT! Roadstar GTX Gloves 4.4 5 18 18
A glove that beats the Elements, fits me and my Harley! I love the style and fit of this glove. It is my first most expensive glove I bought, but I believe its money worth spent. When you think about it, It has the most premium leathers money can buy! Not only it fits perfectly, it protects me from the elements. I believe its perfect for California's 4 season weather, but might not protect you from extreme cold climates, like the mountains or northern states.Overall these are the best multi purpose moto gloves I have ever bought! March 6, 2015
So far, so good Been replacing all my riding gear as all my stuff got lost in a fire. Was hesitant to buy a high priced item online, as although I had rev'it gear previously, I couldnt remember the size. Went for the XXXL, and they are quite snug around the main part of the hand, but a little extra left at the tip of the fingers, which is about what I was expecting. Excellent looking gear, have not had a chance to try them on the bike yet, but I am picking they will perform as well as they look and feel. March 5, 2015
Gloves for your hands I've had a limited amount of time to test these bad boys out (winter), but 2 things I can tell you is that they will need a little breaking in, and that they are definitely not for cold weather. Full disclaimer, these are my first motorcycle gloves. A seam was rubbing strangely on my thumb for the first couple of rides, but has since minimized to a non-issue. I had a 56 mile ride in 44 degree (highway), sunny weather and I definitely had some cold fingers for the last 15 miles or so. Around town at that temperature, at lower speeds, I've been fine though. I did have a 10 minute, 5 degree ride that was brutal (Popsicle fingers) I'm a bit concerned for the thin Velcro strap that cinches the gloves in place below the hand, because it is very thin (not the big closure, that one is fine). Might not be an issue, but I keep feeling like I'm going to pull too hard and rip it off. March 2, 2015
Nice glove with two issues: small fit and Chinese-made. Ordered these Roadstar GTX gloves using Revzilla's size chart and the reassurance from Anthony's video that "REV'IT has revised their glove sizing". My hand measurements put me between XL and 2XL, so I ordered 2XL. Revised sizing? NOT - these are TOO TIGHT - even allowing for break-in, there's no way these gloves would be comfortable for very long on the bike. The Roadstar GTX gloves are nicely sewn of apparently excellent materials. But they do have the "Made in China" label, which I find undesirable in a high-priced product. This is the third or fourth time that I've carefully followed Revzilla's sizing guidelines and ended up with articles that are too small. I'm returning these, but Revzilla charges for return shipping, even if the product's actual fit does not match the size chart. After a little research, I've decided to invest in some Racer Stratos II gloves - which are goatskin / cowhide / GoreTex xtrafit, just like the Roadstar GTX gloves I'm returning. Racer gloves have a reputation for quality and comfort, and they are not made in China. Even better, Racer pays the return shipping if the gloves you buy from them are too small. February 28, 2015
Great wet-weather gloves Great if it is wet out, or it is dry and between 45 and 65 degrees Fahrenheit. If it isn't raining, they get stuffy pretty quickly at higher temperatures, especially if you get stuck in traffic or have to sit in the sun. They took a while to break in, and I like them more now after 7000 miles. I prefer perforated non-gore-tex leather gloves in dry weather above 65 degrees. They don't work with capacitive touch-screens. Honestly, I bought them because the knuckle protection was matte and not shiny, and they have a red line on them that matches my leather jacket. Pretty shallow reasons to buy an expensive pair of gloves, but I still like how they look. December 27, 2014
East Africa Test I just returned to my home in Kenya after a 10 day trip around Lake Victoria. The trip took me from 6500 feet to 1000 feet. Cold, rainy days. Down pours and warm days. I saw a wide variety of weather. The only time I disliked them was in the bitter cold. It feels like there is insulation in these gloves, but it really doesn't seem like it. They do seem to breath very well. I never sweated in the gloves. They were very tight to get on the first few times. I didn't notice much shrinking when they got wet and were not more difficult to put on when they were wet, as many gloves are. The cuff is a perfect size to put inside or outside of your jacket. This is my first REALY expensive pair of gloves and so far I'm quite happy with them. They seemed thick, but not bulky and have a streamlined design to them. I felt like I was wearing polar gloves at first, but they loosened up pretty quick. I was wearing them 10hrs. a day. November 30, 2014
Great waterproof gloves! Bought these gloves because I liked the Dirt 2 gloves so much. Took them on a 3100 mile trip up the west coast this September. The second day it rained all day long. Gloves worked great! My hands were dry and warm the whole time. Paired with my Klim Overland suit the rain was no problem. Living in CA these are a year round pair of gloves. I think they run a little small. I usually were an XL, but needed a 2XL. I highly recommend the Dirt 2 gloves too. November 10, 2014
Depending on where you ride, these are great 2-3 season gloves I say 2-3 season, as I live in NC and have ridden with them in weather down to 44 degrees (no heated grips) and found that to be the limit for me in terms of cold weather riding. Getting the yo-yo temps we do here in Raleigh, I have also been able to use them in temps that were in the upper 80's and my hands were sweating and hot. The prime riding zone for these gloves seems to be anywhere between upper 40's to low 80's. I have been caught in a good steady rain twice with them now and my hands stayed nice & dry. As far as fit goes I have fairly small hands (I think they measured 9 using 'zillas measure chart), so a medium fit me perfectly.The quality is top notch and I think they look great as well.They are very soft on the inside and not so thick that you don't get positive feedback from your grips and controls. Overall I definitely recommend the Roadstar GTX Gloves. Just keep in mind that for true cold weather riding you'll need something burlier or heated grips. And for sizzling summer days a vented textile will be more comfortable. October 10, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Krystoffer A: This is probably the most expensive glove I have ever Bought. But I want to have the best protection against all elements which this glove provides it all. For me this is money well spent for the protection and comfort it will provide. Feb 15, 2015
Stan H: I needed a three season gauntlet glove with good contact and still have excellent safety features. I also wanted a gore tex lining. Dec 17, 2014
maria l: Santa pick this present for my son for being such a good boy!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Nov 3, 2014
Devin N: gloves match rev it gore tex outfit, good ratings. Oct 27, 2014
J T: These are pretty good, very comfortable and fits well. Takes a bit of a struggles to get them on though. Hold up quite well in heavy rain, but after a couples hours in the water seeps through. Jul 27, 2014
Jaime G: Needed some waterproof gloves... hope they handle the rain good. Jul 23, 2014
winston b: qualtiy May 10, 2014
Robert P: Protection, design. May 4, 2014
Marven E: I wanted a Gortex glove that offered excellent protection but wouldn't be too hot for summer riding. Apr 23, 2014
Steven K: I need waterproof gloves that I can wear spring thru Fall. I have a Goldwing so low wind and heated grips should allow me to go well into the 40s. I wanted Gore-Tex but no heavy liner to interfere with the feel of the controls. I am hoping they will be cool enough to wear in the summer during rainy days. Apr 12, 2014
A S asked: How do the fingers run on these? I have small hands and relatively slim, long fingers. My middle finger is about 3.25" base to tip, would a size small fit my fingers well? Nov 8, 2014
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Gregory T: These gloves run fairly true to size by American standards. This also applies to the finger length. The thing to note about the fit is that these gloves are tight! It took me a couple of minutes to put them on the first time. But they break in after you wear them several times. At first they even hurt, but with a number of uses they fit like a glove that was specifically designed for your hand and are highly comfortable. This is a beautiful, high tech, protective glove. Nov 19, 2014
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Donald B: I too have rather long fingers for my hand size and these gloves fit just fine - when you have the correct size. They run small. I usually wear a L or sometimes an XL. I originally ordered an XL and had to send it back for a XXL. These are wonderful gloves. Nov 8, 2014
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Graeme P: I use an XL in these gloves, Dainese, another pair of Rev'IT and Gerbings. My middle finger also is 3 1/4 inches long. If I used the RevIT size guide I would have bought the size L but having tried on a pair I found that XL was a better fit. Nov 9, 2014
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Alan F: My finger is the same length and these fit perfectly. Although I think I bought an XL as my hand is wide across the knuckles. Not sure if the finger length is the same length through all sizes. Nov 8, 2014
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Todd M: My middle finger is about 3.25"
I have size XL glove. They fit my hand good but the fingers are .25" too long
Nov 8, 2014
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A S asked: hi is this water proof or ventilated? Dec 4, 2014
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Kenneth W: These gloves are water-proof (GoreTex lined). The gloves are not ventilated so they are not the best choice for the hottest days. The recommended gear lay out is a pair of fabric/mesh gloves for the real hot summer days, a pair of heated gloves for the stupid cold days, and a pair of leather gloves like these for all of the other days (i.e. most of my riding in New England). The Roadstar GTX gloves take a little bit getting used to the knuckle protection, are expensive, but durable and worth the money. Nice to have on when you get caught in the rain. Dec 8, 2014
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nick f: Hi,

I Have used these extensively in Singapore, Malaysia and also three weeks of touring in New Zealand.

Yes they are waterproof upto a point. Tropical monsoons do challenge them from that perspective. In New Zealand yes they were waterproof.

Ventilation... Okish... Too hot in Malaysia for ventilation to really work and hands do get a little sweaty etc .. But that I can live with

Hope this helps
Dec 4, 2014
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Paul A: They are waterproof. They are also vented. As in they are not winter insulated but have vented material/mesh to allow the Gore-tex to breath easier or vent your sweat out. They are not as breathable as non Gore-tex gloves that are vented/mesh but are much cooler than non vented Gore-tex. Dec 4, 2014
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Richard H: Waterproof - definitely yes. We went through a real soaker while in Canada and hands stayed dry and warm. Ventilated - no, unless you count the opening you stick your hand through :) Dec 6, 2014
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Matthew C: It has a breathable Gore-Tex lining and completely waterproof. On top of that, these are a rock solid pair of gloves. Well worth the money. Dec 5, 2014
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Lincoln S: Water proof, sure is, ventilated no, but I use it on summer and its not a hot glove; it's more short than I like on the rainy days. Dec 4, 2014
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Dan M: quite pleased with its waterproofness but a very unvented glove a very warm summer glove i still really dig it. Dec 6, 2014
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Royal M: They are waterproof and cool to about 75 degrees F. They are too cool for me below 55 degrees. Dec 4, 2014
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Bruce C: Waterproof yes but not ventilated Dec 4, 2014
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A shopper asked: Would you wear these in 40 - 60 degree temperatures? I'm in South Carolina and the winter isn't that cold, but cold enough for fingers. Oct 21, 2014
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"" ": Having worn these on a trip to Prudhoe Bay this past summer, I can attest to their being waterproof and comfortable in temperature ranges from 40 to 70. I rode through some very intense storms along the way as well as steady, day long rain without a complaint. Oct 22, 2014
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Michael M: Most definately, i live in New Hampshire and am still riding at 30 degrees,the GTX gloves are very comfortable stil at 40, swap i swap them out for the heated gloves anything below that, my comfortable temps for the GTX is between 40 and 90 Oct 22, 2014
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William P: Yes, I still prefer to use them with heated grips. I have found that any glove over a period of time will loose body heat. Oct 22, 2014
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Daniel B: Hi there,

I am in Vermont and have used these gloves in precisely that range and they are Great!!
Oct 21, 2014
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Jeff L: 40 - 60 degrees definitely! If you get above 60 degrees they start to get a little on the warm side. Oct 21, 2014
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Lincoln S: I Think will be too cold for it, above 60 is alright, but if you have heated grips maybe ok. Oct 21, 2014
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Dan M: extended miles at highway speed when it is 40 your hands will get fresh. Oct 22, 2014
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Richard H: I think 40 would be on the cool side - maybe more like 50 and up. Oct 21, 2014
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winston b: The globe is perfect for the temperature zone. Oct 21, 2014
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Louis M asked: would these gloves fit over a jacket sleeve? Or would they go inside of the the jacket? It says elastics at wrist, but does that mean it's a stretch opening and not a Velcro strap enclosure? Mar 15, 2015
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Steven K: The short answer is yes. The gloves I have do not have an elastic at the wrist. They have a narrow Velcro tightening strap at the wrist to ensure a snug fit at the wrist. The glove extension above the wrist is also Velcro and can fit over a jacket before being secured to any size using the Velcro. I like this because it allows me to secure the glove at my wrist and then adjust the upper part of the glove over most jackets or shirts. Generally I wear these on cold or wet days over a jacket but sometimes on warm rainy days I wear them over a light raincoat. They fit great, stay snug and do not let the rain in, yet they breath better than similar gloves I have had previously. Let also look great. There is no elastic. I do not know who wrote that but they were not wearing these gloves. I do not like elastic. I like to decide for myself how loose or tight I want the grip at my wrist and the Velcro does the trick. Mar 16, 2015
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Lincoln S: the glove will go over yes, but with you moving the glove will come out of the sleeve as it is short, this one is better to keep inside, in this case I prefer Rev'it! Phantom because of it's more versatile (i have both and I will buy another Phantom).
It have stretch and velcro.
this glove is more usable in milder weather and dry.
I hope it helped
Mar 15, 2015
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Dan M: thess babies are definitley under the sleeve for my airman and scorpion leather.i think to get the most out of the waterproofness you want them under the jacket sleeve.velcro closure at the crook of the wrist. Mar 15, 2015
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Kevin M asked: I have 8" hands (measured around the knuckles), but I often have trouble finding gloves that fit well, because my palms are slightly large and my fingers are slightly short. I almost always end up with some bit of unused glove at the end of each finger. Are the Roadstars likely to fit in, say, a Medium? Are the fingers noticeably longer or shorter than average? Apr 14, 2014
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Matthew C: I'm still breaking in these, but the fit if just right. My experience with all Rev'it gloves is that they fit tight, like a half-size, but they break in like a second skin. I have 9" knuckles and wear XL. If you're dropping one size to fit your fingers better, I'll bet you won't even get your hand in the glove. I tried a pair of Rev'it summer gloves in a Large, but I couldn't spread my hand and the heel puck was completely out of place.

As far as fingers go, there's a normal amount of space at the tips. Buy these in your normal size and I think you'll fit the fingers just about right.
Apr 14, 2014
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James G: For reference, I wear size 12 in Rukka's and they for great. I ordered these gloves in a XXL in these gloves. It was right through my knuckles and the thumbs were extra long. I ended up returning them. Hope this helps. Apr 14, 2014
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"" ": Kevin,

I have a similar problem having a large palm with short (and fat) fingers. Recently I had the pleasure of traveling to RevZilla in Philly and not only trying on several brands but also the valuable insight of their knowledgeable staff. After trying four pairs of gloves from various manufacturers including Held (which is my base line) Rev'it and Rukka. I can tell you that for my dollar, the Rev'it had a better initial feel and while Held can size a glove to solve our short finger problems, the fingers are only slightly longer than necessary. I have since had the opportunity to wear them on a few rides of considerable miles and can tell you they are becoming more comfortable with each outing.

I hope this helps. If in doubt, call them. They're very good at answering questions and addressing your concerns.
Apr 14, 2014
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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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