REV'IT! Women's Kelvin H2O Gloves
To my experience, it is a great glove for 40-50 degrees. It allows me allot of flexibility to brake and clutch.
April 1, 2013
Got these gloves for my fall/winter commute. The more I wear them the more comfortable they get. They keep my hands much warmer than my previous pair, however, after bout 30 minutes riding in 30-40 degree weather the tips of my fingers are freezing. If you plan on riding in temps below 40 I would recommend finding another solution. These gloves do appear to offer great protection, are good quality, and are also quite stylish.
December 6, 2012
Feminine look and comfortable feel from the product cut.
Haven't worn these too terribly much. But will know better here next month.
Purchased this product in order to obtain better comfort, cold resistance and rain protection for long distance touring rides.
The initial fit, out of the package is very comfortable and flexible. Even with the semi-hard knuckle casting, glove still maintains a distinct feminine appearance. The glove does not appear very thick, but I will decline judging that one until we have truly field tested this out. Was hoping that these will be good down to the upper 30's, when used with a synthetic liner.
Beautiful glove. And she loves the look.
December 3, 2012
Better than average women's winter gloves
I'm always looking for good winter women's gloves. These nearly fit the bill. They offer more protective padding than the average winter gloves which are just insulated, but the only true hard parts are the knuckles. The fit is a bit snug so I ordered one size up than what I wear for summer gloves (Revzilla's size chart worked well for these gloves). I've ridden in 40 degree weather at 80mph with Freeze Out glove liners and my hands were cold but still functional. The gloves are bulkier than summer gloves but that's to be expected. I can still manage the controls. These gloves have taken a while to break in. My biggest complaint is that the palms feel small but the fingers are still too long. The pointer and middle finger aren't too bad, but there's a lot of extra space for my ring and pinkie fingers.
November 26, 2012
Great for a chilly day!
I ride with these gloves and stay warm between 25 and 60 degrees depending on how toasty I want to be!
Because I bought these at the Philadelphia store, I tried them on... and am glad I did, because I went up a size due to the insulation! I have Medium Rev'it! all year gloves, but did the large in these.
November 21, 2011
Rev'it! Women's Kelvin H2O gloves
They are comfortable and the fit is good.
April 12, 2010
4 Star REV'IT Women's Kelvin H20 Gloves
Bought these for my wife based on my experience with the men's REV'IT Fahrenheit H2O gloves. She has an 8 inch palm and her middle finger is 3.25 inches long from the webbing to the end of her finger when measured between the middle finger and ring finger. We ordered a MEDIUM per the size chart and the size was perfect! I've rated this glove a 4 because it is not a cold weather glove as advertised. I feel it is a cool weather glove, but not a cold weather glove. You will not want to ride in less than 48 degree weather with this glove unless you have a batwing faring on a Harley that will assist with deflecting the wind off of your hands. The gloves are extremely comfortable, well designed for fit and finish and are the best cool weather glove you could purchase. If you ride below 48 degrees with wind directly on your hands, you will probably want to purchase electrically heated gloves. We ride above 48 degrees and give these gloves two thumbs up! Live free and ride hard!
February 7, 2010