REV'IT! Women's Summit H2O Gloves
Very comfortable glove!
I purchased this glove as I needed an upgrade to the all-weather leather Olympia glove I've been using - something with added protection on the knuckles yet streamlined and without the bulk. I was not disappointed! I purchased the small (I tend to wear SM-MD), and I have to say this truly "fits like a glove". At first I thought it might be too small, but the gloves stretched nicely after wearing them around the house a few times and they really are perfect. I took them out a few times in 50+ degree weather and they were very comfortable but offered me the protection I was hoping for. Great quality, as is expected by REV'IT gear, with the price, of course. I have yet to test in wet weather, but so far I highly recommend these gloves.
March 18, 2013
Has been everything promised.
They did great in light rain, I have not been out in a more substantial rain event yet. Very comfortable, a little stiff at first but by the second day they were completely broken in. Very happy with this purchase.
October 30, 2012
Excellent Fall/Spring Glove
Excellent glove for cool temps. I'm cold natured so the gloves are nice and warm in the 60 degree early mornings but as the sun & temperature rises, 75-80 degrees it gets a little too toasty. Above 80 Degrees hands get hot and clammy. I was caught in a heavy summer downpour and my hands stayed dry. Hands got a little too warm but the water stayed out. And the gloves dry quickly as you ride.
I am 5'7 with long skinny fingers and the women's XL fit comfortably, not too bulky and no finger fatigue. I love this glove but I always take along a pair of summer gloves.
August 9, 2012
High quality glove- but I found discrepancy between the Large and Xlarge. I have long hands, but Xlarge was far too big and large felt a little snug. Revzilla was amazing with the exchange, and I have found the size large to loosen up quite a bit. It is a warm glove, but not too hot and definitely waterproof. Overall, highly recommended.
August 6, 2012
Very functional and comfortable
I've worn a lot of expensive gloves and this one fits my hand like no other; it is comfortable, flexible, and close-fitting, while still managing to keep out the rain and cooler weather.
As advertised it is perfect for spring and autumn, though I find it too hot for summer and not warm enough for winter (hard to find a glove that does it all!)
The shield wiper on the left index finger is useful too. I am very happy with this glove and would buy again.
July 2, 2012
a great product
I bought these gloves for my wife, and after our first ride she thought they fit her,"well like a glove" she was impressed with the little winshield wiper during a brief rain and her hands did not get wet, she is happy and I`am happy, what more could I want. Thanks
April 9, 2012
Overall I like these gloves. I bought them for cooler weather in SC and for wet weather riding. They're comfortable and do everything that they advertise. They definitely feel thicker and stiffer than my summer gloves, making them more difficult to hit the turn signal switch, but definitely doable. I would say that they fit true to size, but the stiffness makes them feel a bit tighter. Overall good gloves that keep my hands warm down into the 40s, but are too warm for much above 70 degrees.
November 14, 2011
This is a great glove for women
I have searched for a woman's 3 season glove for 2 years. Living in New York, the temperature can fluctuate from cool mornings to warm afternoons, downpours in the mountains etc.
This glove fits nicely about an inch or so over the wrist. I have long fingers and thankfully these fit with room to spare. Its not too bulky. I have only used them twice in the rain thus far, and have no complaints. Kept me dry.
I do not rec'd them for anything over 70 degrees-hands get a little toasty~ my error for not having a back up and not checking the weather. At 45 degrees riding at highway speeds- my finger tips started to feel cold after an hour 1/2, however normal travel to the office at 30-40 minutes I was comfortable.
October 4, 2011