REV'IT! Women's Chevron Gloves
Great lady glove!
These are my first pair of moto gloves and I really like them. They run very small, I normally would wear small gloves but I had to get a large in these. But the large is perfect. They really breathe well and the grip is great. I love the way they fit and look. My only complaint is that it's taking a bit to break them in. They've worn a few holes in my fingers and I have faith they will soften up!
September 20, 2015
This is the 4th glove that I've tried from RevZilla and this has been the only one that fits. I have pretty narrow fingers and these fingers are still a little big, but the length is just perfect.
September 7, 2015
Disappointing glove from Rev'It
I ordered these gloves in the largest women's size available and couldn't even get them on my hand! Needless to say I sent them back and ordered the same glove in men's sizing. My review is based on the men's glove which is identical to the women's. This glove just isn't up to standard from the quality I usually see from Rev'It. The carbon fiber in the knuckles are smaller and the overall fit and finish is just not the usual. My husband has the previous glove by Rev'It that is the Chevron's predecessor. When you see the gloves side-by-side, one can see that for the same price, the Chevron is not nearly the same quality as its predecessor. Disappointed.
September 1, 2015
A perfect glove for the lady who want some protection but does not like gauntlets.
July 27, 2015
Wanted to love these, but they fell apart
These gloves were really comfortable but I only managed to wear them for two short rides before the stitching on the end of the middle finger unraveled. I looked back at the reviews because I was unsure what to think about that and it seems that another reviewer had a similar issue. Luckily, although they were outside the return policy (having been used), Revzilla replaced them because of the warranty.
Photos included of the finger with the unraveled seam.
Other notable items: my hands and fingers are thin; the stretch on the thumb knuckle rubbed a LOT when I used the clutch even though the gloves weren't super snug. Might be worth sizing up a little because the stretch knuckles don't seem as though they will break in as much as the rest of the glove.
I still recommend this glove in the hopes that the pair I had was just defective, since they were so comfortable.
July 8, 2015
These are breathable and very comfortable gloves with plenty of knuckle protection. If you're dressing for long rides (and the wreck) these are the gloves for you.
January 26, 2015
I'm pretty much a cheap'o on most things and my husband always gets onto me for doing that, so I decided to go big with these gloves and get the style and the kind that I wanted. I was NOT disappointed. It has the nice outside stitching that allows more comfortable wear on the inside. It has GREAT protection for your hands which is a key factor in the event of a crash. Because the gloves are leather they tend to stretch a bit. They were reallllly snug the first few times I took them out but after a few rides i began to think 'hey these fit great now!' I have long slender hands and I've tried on a few womens gloves before but I have to order L or XL because my fingers are so long but the fingers would be fat and bulky. I contacted revzilla themselves to ask about which gloves would fit more slender through the fingers and they suggested the rev'it line. They were spot on! I purchased the gloves in a Large and they fit absolutely perfect with the slightly curved grip I couldn't of ask for anything better.
September 23, 2014
This is the third pair of REV'It gloves I bought. First two pairs (one for my wife and one for me -- think the were fly gloves) worked fine for two seasons now. I bought Chevron for my wife, because they look great, vent great and have considerably more protection than Fly gloves. Unfortunately they started falling apart at the seams after third use, and I'm talking here about three short rides only. Absolutely unacceptable. I noticed another reviewer complained about gloves falling apart, but I unfortunately disregarded that, hoping that he just had bad luck.
July 29, 2014