REV'IT! Zoom H2O Gloves (Size 3XL Only)
Rain Riding? You will love these.
So it finally happened. Pouring down heavy rain. Bike in front of me gets blown of the road. I pull over to get the thumbs up from the guy, then it on with the rain gear and the gloves. I was so happy to have these gloves. Fit great. Kept out the weather and kept on wheeling down the road. Recommended! Love these. Be careful to not drop them and scratch the knuckles.
June 8, 2016
Great gloves for mild winters
I wanted some cold weather and wind resistant gloves for the start of the riding season in Germany. Even in March high temps are around 40s but my hand were still warm for my short commute to work. Once you are riding over an hour is when you notice your fingertips getting cold. Regardless I am still happy with my purchase. Definitely recommend these!
March 19, 2016
Like these gloves - fit better than the Rev'It Fly
I bought these gloves because I already own/am satisfied with the Rev'It Fly gloves and I wanted a warmer spring/fall glove. I have been using them for the past 6 weeks and really like them. First, they fit really well. They fit better than the Fly, which has a poorly designed thumb area that constrains your ability to easily reach for the turn signals. They run true to the sizing instructions, and I don't find them bulky at all. Second, they have some nice safety and fit features for the price. I especially like the narrow velcro strip around the wrists which helps to keep the gloves in place. Finally, I find them to be reasonably well insulated, though I colder days I also turn on my heated grips.
November 16, 2015
Terrific gloves! A little stiff as to be expected so use some leather conditioner to loosen 'em up, other than that never had trouble keeping warm in them (down to 42° so far) but we'll see how they hold up in Winter.
November 2, 2015
Fits true to my experience with American gloves. A little beefy, but that's what I expected with a winter glove and I don't feel like I'm sacrificing any level of control. Have ridden with this glove in the low to mid 40s at highway speeds and my hands remained warm and comfortable. I like the gauntlet style for this type of glove and it easily fits over my jackets, while the Velcro adjusters maintain a snug and secure fit.
December 6, 2014
Style meet Function!!!
I love these gloves!!! I did ride 4 days in the 40's with a very basic thin leather summer gloves before i got these, so i am overjoyed. I'm not sure why some reviews are saying they are not warm at 55F???? That's a circulation issue bruh!!! I commute a good 30-40 min and this morning it was 37-40F and I just started to feel cool at my fingertips towards the end of the ride. This is with my fingers resting on the levers. That's all I would ever expect out of something non-heated. I agree with some others saying the bulk was a bit of an issue at first, but after some leather break-in and getting used to the feel i have no issues. If you want to keep that cold out there will always be a trade off. The goatskin bottoms offer great feel too! The video was a great help in this purchase. I've only seen light rain, but bone dry so far... Definitely, size up one. I am a med in an icon and went with large for an almost perfect fit. Love the quality and fit of all the Rev'it products. If you want an all black leather winter glove, go for it.. They look great too!
November 14, 2013
I bought this glove because I needed a cold weather glove and I have previously purchased the Rev'It Fly gloves and those were awesome. Unfortunately I can't say the same about these.
The fit on these gloves was perfect for me. I want to say many thanks to Revzilla staff AGAIN for sizing advice. And the quality of the stitching looks top-notch. Unfortunately that's all I can say good about them.
Now the bad. These gloves add a significant amount of bulk to your fingers making using your controls difficult. But the real trouble with them is that they do not keep your fingers warm. I took them out on a 30 minute ride at 55F at 5:00 pm and before my ride was done my fingers were numb.
I will admit I am new to cold-weather riding and I have no fairings on my bike so maybe my expectations are high but for an over $100 winter glove advertised as windproof I do not believe this is an acceptable level of performance.
November 12, 2013
Dunked hand in water, stayed dry - however hard to finely control levers/throttle
I have skinny asian fingers but ordered a medium based on reviews - bad mistake as they were way too big. I returned them for a small and the gloves were still big, mostly the fingers were long. I decided to try to shrink them by dunking m y gloves in cold water and let dry near space heater overnight. They shrunk a tiny bit, I'll repeat the process to get a tighter fit.
I can definitely say they are waterproof but I cannot attest to wind-proofing in <30 weather yet which is the main reason I bought them.
I really want to give these 3.5 stars the major negative is the fact that there's like 3 different layers so it's hard to finely manipulate controls; especially as a new rider. I guess the layer that's in the middle is the waterproofing layer which feels slippery in between the outer leather layer and the inner fleece layer.
May 10, 2012