REV'IT! Summit H2O Gloves
Great well protected glove!
The summit h20 is a great glove for the money which is mainly why I purchased it, the glove feels extremely well built and tough. The protection is more than adequate I especially like the side of Palm and pinky sliders, they look like they'd hold up great in a get off (hopefully I'll never truly find out.) my hand stays warm in temps above 75f but never gets "Hot" which tells me it's breaths pretty well and is comfortable, fit is spot on to the size chart and it fits like....well... A Glove! And as always revzillas fast shipping and great service were spot on! Thanks again!
August 18, 2014
Nice summer glove with good airflow and also works on the iPhone!
Glove fits very well...very hard for me to find gloves that work. I have wide hands and short fingers, but this glove fits my hand great! I wear a large.
July 28, 2014
Good successor to the Summit-my favorite fitting glove
I got 10,000 miles and about 2 years of hard riding on my Summit Gloves-the finger holes on the side started to stretch and the palms grew holes. I just wore them out.
I want to be able to wear Held Gloves but they just make my hands cramp so I go back to the Rev'it who seem to make gloves custom for me.
I find these very comfortable and pick up a dime from the countertop sensitive. They don't cramp my hands and I feel totally protected.
I asked the salesperson here what glove would you rather fall off you bike at 100mph wearing these or Held Steves. He said Helds-most likely both would give good protection. The little details of the palm and pinky sliders show some good design.
I like being water proof. I have seen a bunch of reviews that say neigh. They suck in the rain. I grabbed a handful of mink oil and rubbed my hands together for a while working that goo in the leather. Over that I sprayed silicone water proofing. Now total dry in Florida afternoon frog drowning rain showers (daily) Note-my bike has hand guards so I don't get full water blasting. Still have to say DRY as a bone.
Good advice to put your sleeves over your gauntlets in the rain.
I have about 1000 miles on these now and I guess I'm good for another 9000. They are the most comfortable gloves I have ever worn. If the Held Steves were this comfortable I would have gotten them as I know they are built better with the Kanga-roo leather and all.
July 21, 2014
Very nice gloves
Fit well. Ride we'll. I would recommend these. Excellent fit.
July 21, 2014
Perfect Glove for me
Great fit, solid protection, and love that they're waterproof. My favorite part is the velcro wrist strap- an added safety feature to make sure they stay on your hands when the going gets dicey.
June 30, 2014
Very nice gloves but NOT true waterproof
Pretty good gloves but a little bulky on the touch. Definetely NOT waterproof. In heavy rain my hands got soaked, did not freeze thanks to the BMW heated grips. But they're stylish, comfortable (a little stretched in my right thumb but I think it's because I do only wear them in rain weather), nice protection zones and a very cool wiper in the left index finger. Only complain so far is that they are not true waterproof. Will try to use the NikWax Glove Proof.
May 21, 2014
Quickly Ceased to be Waterproof, Pain to Put on and Remove
These gloves started off being ok, but stopped being waterproof on their third rainstorm. Now, they just very quickly get soaked all the way through.
I kept using them as non-waterproof gloves for a while, but now (2 years after purchase) the liner has detached from the rest of the glove and they are nearly impossible to put on and remove. Disappointing, I'll stick to Held.
May 19, 2014
Not waterproof at all
Rode in the rain with these for the first time yesterday. My hands were completely soaked within a minute. It doesn't seem like Rev'it actually made any attempt to waterproof these gloves. Also, they're not very warm in the winter and they have little to no air flow, so they're pretty hot in the summer. Not really ideal for any condition.
They've been drying over a fan for a couple hours now, and it looks like they'll be there for a few more thanks to the lack of air flow. That's how soaked they were after just 15 minutes in the rain.
May 2, 2014