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Featuring the same technical specifications as the Summit glove, the REVIT Summit H2O offers the added functionality of total waterproofing. Thanks to the addition of hydratex Pro Touch membrane, which is fixed to the inside of the goatskin outer shell, your hands stay dry, no matter the weather, while offering an unsurpassed level of comfort and a perfect grip.
The REVIT Summit H2O is a great choice as a fall/spring and summer waterproof glove.
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ROBERT K: good cool weather glove H2no are not water proveApr 9, 2015
Jerry A: Supposed to be waterproof.. Haven't found a pair yet that are.....Mar 22, 2015
Brendan M: Protection and dry hands. Should be a good everyday glove.Mar 15, 2015
Russell H: Past Rev'it glove owner, love the fit.Jan 24, 2015
Adrian C: I live in a rather warm city where winters are seldom beyond the 40 mark, so I chose'em thinking I could use'em all year round. Also, I have a GS 1200 with heated grips, so it should make my ride easier when it gets cold. By the same token, they also seem to be waterproof, maybe they're not the best in that area, but then again, real waterproof gloves are beyond my budget. Bottom line, I think it is the most versatile gloves I could find.Jan 15, 2015
Daniel C: Great gloves, wear them often.Sep 23, 2014
Joseph H: Glove seems cut to fit my slim hands. Comfortable in a wide range of temperatures, rain or shine. Good protective features in a glove of this type. I commute and should have no problem going 4 seasons with this glove + grip warmers for the colder days.Aug 25, 2014
RD Realty Group, L: Needed a 3 season glove with waterproofing. Hopefully this will do the trick!Aug 12, 2014
John G: I've had good luck with my two Rev'it jackets. I'm hoping to be just as happy with these gloves. I'm ordering from Revzilla because of your return policy and consistent pricing practices. And I like the informative videos, too!Aug 7, 2014
Edward B: I needed sport touring gear for long trips that could handle any kind of weather.Jul 8, 2014
Kevin N: Best wet weather glove for the buckJun 28, 2014
corey h: I ride a honda vf45 Sabre 750 and was looking for a glove that gives good protection and matches the bike. I plan to either get a RSD Ronin or Clash jacket later on and I think this glove would match them as well.May 21, 2014
Patrick S: great fitting glove once broken in, extremely comfortableApr 22, 2014
Christopher F: Gonna be in the mountains in about a month and also likely to hit some rain. Need something warmer than my summer gloves and waterproof. These fit great (a bit small so go for the next size up) and I think they'll do nicely...though no chance to test out the waterproof...they do keep my hands warm, but not too warm.Apr 20, 2014
Jose L: Best protection for under $200.00Apr 9, 2014
Alex H: Very comfortable, even in wet weather. Offers good protection.Apr 5, 2014
Christopher F: Originally was going for a cheaper glove, but the 2014 review videos sold me on getting a better glove - this was the one with best recommendations and within my price range.Mar 25, 2014
James S: Best option for my style of ridingMar 25, 2014
Robert R: Needed a glove with great protection, high quality. Love the gloves, except the right one is slightly smaller than the left (no, my hands are not different sizes). I recommend this glove to all my friends.Feb 28, 2014
Kerry S: Worked well but really under sizedFeb 16, 2014
Robert O: To keep my hands warm and dry--They have kept my hands dry and warm to about 40 degrees with no headed grips--I like themDec 9, 2013
Xantier W: Tried on a bunch of different Dainese gloves and some other Rev'Its at a local bike shop. These were by far the most comfortable and maneuverable.Nov 27, 2013
John S: These gloves are awesome! Very well made and fit excellently. You will want to order one size up as they fit s bit snug. Great control and they literally feel like a second skin.Oct 21, 2013
dubois l: as a new rider i looking for a glove that is water proof and not bulky. After hearing what anthony had to say about this product i think it will meet what i'm looking for and be a safe comfortable glove. Ill have more to say after i try them out; and thanks anthony and revzilla for taking the time to describe you products its a big help......Oct 18, 2013
Richard F: Goat skin, trusted name, highly rated, waterproof, good for heated grips. not at that 200 goretex price pointOct 17, 2013
Gerry L: Met all requirements I was looking for.Sep 29, 2013
Brian A: Cheap, all weather 4 seasons protections, and wiper blade on fingerSep 13, 2013
Sergio N: Best brand of gear. Cant go wrong when you buy something good. Breathable and waterproof. All around great buy.Aug 15, 2013
A shopper asked:Reviewer #2 said they soaked completely through after a short ride. I like the reviews but I'm paying a price for waterproof - if they aren't waterproof what am I paying extra for? Does anyone have other water experiences with these gloves?Apr 27, 2011
ctwheels:Still have the previous year of these. Totally waterproof if you seal the gauntlet. I've noticed a little clamminess...I hear that was solved with the new membrane. Depends on your forearm orientation. In the heavy heavy stuff....I wear them inside the sleeves. 4 years and about 50K miles...still going strong. I also re-proof all my gear once a year. Hope that helps, I'm really happy with the RevIT line and will stick with them until I get a bad item.May 2, 2011
Chris K:I own these and haven't had any problems. Eventually in a soaking rain, the water will run down the outside of your jacket and into the gloves, so that does happen, but the waterproof liner does not leak for me.May 9, 2011
Mark G:I wore these on a trip recently and they soaked completely through after about 30 minutes in a moderate rain riding at 60 mph. We hit two rainy days, so I tried one with the gauntlets inside my jacket cuffs and one on the outside -- same result either way. When we stopped I made a fist and several tablespoons of water fell off the surface and stitching of the gloves. It seems that the waterproofing membrane is the innermost layer, which means that all the thick layers outside slowly absorb lots of water, and eventually that water breaches the membrane. Also as a result, they take forever (12 hours or so) to dry once they get soaked.Aug 17, 2014
Calmanxiety:Unfortunately I had the same experience but I would gather they should hold up for daily commutes and short wet rides. Wondering how will they hold up next go around with some rain.May 31, 2011
SConners:I've logged about 1500 miles in these gloves since getting them a month ago. Half of those miles have been in the constant downpour of rain that the midwest has experienced this year. I ride a BMW 1200 with a full faring and log mostly highway miles (approximately 25 mile each way each day). While the faring probably helps to prevent some of the rain from hitting the gloves, it doesn't prevent them from getting wet. I have yet to experience any difficulty getting them back on or off during rainy conditions.May 23, 2011
A shopper asked:Some of my gloves once they get sweaty or wet are almost impossible to get back on quickly or 'cleanly' because of their inner liners. What are these like in that regard? Anyone have enough experience with them to say?Apr 18, 2011
Arcalaus:Like any glove with a liner, it's going to be a little tough to get back on with damp, wet or clammy hands. I find that the best solution is to take them off under cover if at all possible when it's raining, to keep my hands as dry as possible and also prevent any water from rolling in to the liner itself. Another trick is to pinch the tips of the fingers when taking them off, being sure to get both the exterior shell of the glove as well as the liner - this will help keep the liner from pulling away from the shell and bunching up, which is usually what makes getting them back on so difficult.Feb 20, 2012
These gloves will not have that problem. The liner that is touching your skin inside these gloves is like a silky, moisture-wicking layer that is kind of like an Under-Armor shirt but stronger and less stretchy. It feels silky smooth, yet doesn't saturate like other gloves do.
I don't think you'll have the problem you've experienced with the other gloves.Jan 23, 2012
Charles C:I've had the same problem when hands get wet and clammy, tough to get back into the glove however the "waterproof" membrane for this glove is between the inner liner and leather so it is not as difficult to put gloves back on. I will say the H2O Summit gloves I received were not waterproof. Forty minutes in heavy rain and gloves were soaked through.Jun 2, 2011
Trailerguy:Pretty much like any other wet, soggy glove. Pain in the butt to put back on, especially after your hand turns into a prune from riding with wet gloves all day. BTW, i won't be putting the h20 revit gloves back on, period...Apr 24, 2011
GSRider72:These gloves are difficult to get back on when your hands are wet. The gloves have an interior liner that sticks to your hands and it does not make a clean motion to put the gloves back on.Jun 13, 2011
Tamer R asked:Looking for a winter glove for the NW territories. I ride at anything above 35 degrees, however my hands do get cold quickly. I'm looking for a glove that is lined however I don't want it to be bulky as it gets really annoying to handle the controls. I like this pair and like the reviews, but worry that they might not be warm enough, any recommendations?Sep 24, 2013
Haroon R:Since buying this glove, I have only used it for our ride in Colombia (south America), where it was not very cold. The least temperature we encountered on the mountains was 10 deg Celcius and it kept me warm. Below that temperature I cant comment, but the glove's best features are that its not too bulky and its well made. I would guess if u r looking at 35 deg F, this gloves may not exactly keep you fully warm and you will have to go for a slightly bulky gloves. Hope this is helpfulSep 24, 2013
Kyle T:You're right, they won't be warm enough. They're very nice gloves, but I bought them for really hot rainy weather. They're perfect for that. Your hands will get cold in them below 55 degrees. I am currently looking for a similar glove you're looking for. If you go with Rev'it, be careful. The sizing is way small. I sent these back twice.Sep 24, 2013
Ivan D:I can not recommend the gloves for the only reason that the gloves are not water proof or water resistance. The H2O stands for the fact that your hands will be soaking wet after a rain shower. I was very disappointed. The gloves fit well and feel good on your hands. Not bulky and warm enough above 45 degrees.Sep 24, 2013
Robert C:Hey Tamer, I use those gloves at temps from 25 degrees to 55 degrees. They are a good combo between waterproof, warm, and not too bulky. I also have hand guards and heated grips, but with these gloves I use the lowest setting on my heated grips. I hope my input helps.Sep 24, 2013
BENJAMIN C:Hello, my hands also have a tendency to get cold rapidly. I wear these gloves quite often in Juneau Alaska. They are fine to about 45 degrees for shorter rides. Longer than about 15 miles when it is colder and you will need more. Note that I have brush guards that keep wind off hands on my bike and in the event my hands are cold I can turn on heated grips. I suspect that if I didn't have brush guards I would not wear these gloves below 55 for long.
These gloves do fine in the rain - at least on the shorter trips I make.
I do not carry these gloves on long trips into the Yukon because they are not warm on long rides if it is chilly.
If you are riding in colder weather for more than 10 miles get a different pair.
Hope this helps. Sep 27, 2013
Jerrold A:These aren't going to be warm enough. They're well-built, comfortable and protective (not to mention waterproof) but I consider these a middleweight glove. I bought mine late Spring. They're pretty warm for hot weather, but I've been wearing them on 90-degree days. I haven't tried them yet on a legitimately cold day, and probably wouldn't, because they're just not that warm.
I understand how you feel about bulky gloves-- I feel the same way, but preventing my fingers from going numb usually wins, which is why I use Gerbings heated gloves in the wintertime. There's nothing else that I've found that will legitimately keep my hands warm through the winter.Sep 26, 2013
TDevil7:I would like to say very good. This comes from the slider pucks on the base of the palm and along the pinky side of the glove. Also, the seam work is done in such a way that it is reinforced and in a location to avoid coming in contact with pavement during a fall. I have not fallen in these gloves so this is all from observation.Feb 5, 2012
BluSkyz:If the wrist skirt is kept outside of sleeves is provides a lot of protection. On dirt it deflects dirt, mud and debris as well as branch slaps. On the street it keeps the wind from going up your sleeves along with the occasional stinging insect! Well worth it.Jun 12, 2011
Audrey M asked:I live in Seattle and would love a nice glove I can wear year round or at least close to year round. The video made it seem like they could potentially be warn year round in a place where it doesn't get super cold or super warm, like Seattle. Wondering if anyone has experience in a similar climate or to temps in the mid-80s?Mar 12, 2015
Nathan B:I live in Portland, OR and I've had two pairs of these that I wear year-round. I ride with heated grips and they do great. Prior to the heated grips they could get cold on longer rides, but for my city commute (<10 miles), they worked well. They withstand the rain for at least an hour before getting heavy and soggy. They're not the best warm weather glove because there isn't much ventilation. They can do 80* weather but they will get sweaty and the liners have a tendency to get stuck and pull out of the glove with your hand.
I was hit at an intersection and went down in my first pair of these with no obvious damage. I wore them for 6 months afterwards until someone stole them off of my driveway last November. I tried lots of other gloves to replace them and ended up buying another pair of these. I'm sure my original pair is still keeping someone's hands warm and dry.Mar 12, 2015
Jerrold A:I live in Philadelphia, which has humid summers.
You can wear them in the 80's, but your fingers will get toasty. If your hands sweat, they can get a bit clammy on the inside when it's legitimately hot out. I found myself wishing for lighter weight gloves approaching the 90's.
In cold weather, they're not super warm. If memory serves (from last fall) my fingers started getting chilly in the low 60's. I wore them once on a 30-degree day this winter and it took about 15 minutes before my fingers were completely numb. I'd consider these a solid middleweight glove, covering 65-85 pretty well, but your mileage may vary.
They are extremely well-fit to my hands, and the build quality is excellent. Head-and-shoulders above my previous similarly-priced pair of Alpinestars.Mar 12, 2015
Marcelo A:For that climate they certainly will work fine. They're comfy, good looking and has generous protection spots. The cons: VERY hot on hot weather and definetely not winter gloves (I used in brazilian summer and in a autumm trip to the Andes), but should not be an issue in Seattle region weather. But the worse: they're not truly waterproof. For light showers, perhaps.Mar 12, 2015
A s:Leather Gear, Boots & Gloves
The best way to clean your REV'IT! Leather Gear, Boots and Gloves is by using a leather cleaner such as Mothers Leather Cleaners. Any cleaner designed specifically for leather will clean it safely and thoroughly, without the harsh and damaging effects of traditional alkaline soaps.Jan 25, 2014
A s thanks a lot for your answer, but what about inside the glove ? last weekend i went ridding and i even could get the gloves off my hands because of the sweat... can i get the leather cleaner inside ?
Jan 26, 2014
A shopper asked:Recevied these gloves today. They fit great in the knuckles but the pinky has some pressure in the second joint and the thump does not have that great of movement. I know that all my other leather gloves have streched and formed to my hands. Will these do the same? Lot of money to spend on a glove that will not form fit.Sep 5, 2011
KJ11:I just ordered the gloves and had similar concerns and debated about a larger size. Out of the box, the base of the thumb was too tight and the rest of the glove was just a bit too tight. After 300-400 miles, I found that the gloves loosened up just a little and now fit my hand perfectly.Oct 8, 2012
A shopper asked:I'm interested in these gloves and was just wondering about size. I'm a male with small hands. I measured and I'm at 8.5". Should I get a medium or large? I'm right inbetween the 2 sizes. Thanks for your help!Jun 23, 2015
"" ":I have had the gloves for about 2 years -- they aren't perfect, but I like them a lot and they go through a lot. They haven't stretched out much and still retain the original fit. In other words, if the M is too tight, its likely to stay too tightJun 23, 2015