REV'IT! Summit H2O Gloves
Very comfortable gloves
These gloves feel like your old trusty broken in gloves right out of the package. I haven't had enough miles with them to give them a full review but so far they seem like they'll be a solid performing glove.
March 24, 2014
junk, not waterproof at all.. worthless
i cant believe how dissappointed i am with these gloves,
1st off i couldnt afford these in the 1st place, but i got them anyways..
they ARE warm.
they are NOT waterproof, which is pathetic from such a well known brand and the glove is called summit H20.. and claims to be waterproof..
in the 2 rains storms i rode in within 20 minutes my hands were soaked,
if you use the visor wiper, itll literally soak through the finger instantly ..lol what a joke
now the gloves smell disgusting, your hands will smell for upto 30 minutes after removeing them, if you do not wash them instantly..
i cant express how bad these features are..pathetic
warm..to warm past 75degrees.
lots of protection
February 27, 2014
Fantastic glove - shame about the sizing
I wanted a commute glove that I could use with heated grips. These gloves have everything I wanted - water/wind proof, good knuckle protection, palm and little finger sliders and a visor wiper. They work really well and they'd be a 5 star pick without question if it wasn't for their fit. When I measured my hand per the Rev'it chart I should comfortably be in the large range. However, I read the reviews and went for XL. The left glove fitted great but the fingers on the right were noticably smaller in circumfrance - they were even tight for my wife. Got them changed for another XL pair but this time both were very tight. Looked for another glove at this point but I wanted all the above mentioned features and so went for XXL. These are better but they have the same issue with the right fingers being small. It's bizzare! I've kept them and hoping they might give in time but beware of the size issues. Such a shame as the glove is killer otherwise.
February 3, 2014
This is my first glove, so I have nothing to compare it to. That said, this glove is comfortable and feels well made. The double cuff keeps it secure and the palms have plenty of grip for using the controls. I haven't been out in the rain yet, so I can't speak to the water proofing.
December 9, 2013
Good pair of gloves
Once you break them in, they feel really confortable. Also it seems they will protect me in an event of fall. There is not to much air flow but i can live with that.
December 9, 2013
I like these gloves quite a bit. Great fit, nice mobility, good protection.
I like these gloves quite a bit. Great fit, nice mobility, good protection. My one beef is that they feel somewhat sweaty.
December 9, 2013
This glove is great. I've been looking for a waterproof, 4-season(ish) glove for a while, and settled on this one. I'm really happy I did, but the glove is not as warm as I thought. I ride a naked bike, so I don't have any hand guards, etc..., but this glove doesn't do too well under 50F or so (at least to my tolerance). I have enough wiggle room to put base layer gloves under, so my problem is solved
Beside that, it's exactly what I was looking for. It's well made, and I'd trust it to keep my fingers out of trouble in a crash.
I highly recommend it!
November 18, 2013
Nope, My Hands Are Not Happy
First, Revzilla customer service is as good as it gets.
The first time I wore the original pair was in a downpour. It did not take long before I felt my hands getting wet. When I stopped they were soaked and I was able to pour some water out of each glove. I have not worn the replacement pair in the rain but on a cooler day I wore them in total about 5 hours. I do not consider these cold weather gloves, under 50* on a cloudy day and I have to put the heated grips on. My BIG complaint is about comfort. For an idea of grip size the only bike I use these on is my BMW R1200GS. Most important is the rough surface patch that is stitched into the palm does not want to curve and wrapping your hand around the grip causes the patch to press into the underside of your fingers and it becomes painful. My hands never felt comfortable wrapped around the grips and the feeling is that there is just not enough curve built into the gloves however all the problem could just be because of the patch that is sewn on for wet weather grip.
November 11, 2013