River Road Resistance Gloves
Save your money and buy something better.
This glove is OK I guess, but I had the same problem a lot of people did. The seem on the index finger of each glove has either fraid or busted out completely. Because of this I can't recommend this glove for safety. Though if you tolerance is high enough, you easily make a 10 mile ride to work in 30°F weather. My ride is 22 miles to work and home and I've made that trip both ways in 25°F < a few times. Don't get me wrong my hands still went numb from the cold, but it could have been worse. So I give these gloves and effective temperature range of 30-55 degrees Fahrenheit. Any warmer and you will have sweaty palms. Just get a nicer pear of gloves.
February 23, 2016
Better than expected!!!
Before making this purchase, I researched many websites, many manufacturers, and even visited many stores locally. What I did enjoy what that Revzilla produced videos on many of the gloves that they carry. Because this glove fits true to size, I thought, what the heck and purchased them. I received these gloves so fast. I have used them for a few weeks in 47 degree weather in the morning and these gloves did not disappoint. I would definitely recommend these gloves. Thanks Revzilla!
December 7, 2015
Not the winter gloves you're looking for
These gloves fit well and after breaking them in are easy to move around in. The gauntlet wears a bit snug and can be difficult getting it up/over your jacket sleeve. They stand up against temperatures just south of 50 Fahrenheit, but past that and it's a dice roll. On a 20 minute ride at ~40 degrees, my fingers were painfully numb. I must say these are not winter gloves by far, but good for days that are more than 'cool' - late fall / early spring.
December 3, 2015
Good mid range glove
I got this to wear between temps where my plain leather ones don't cut it but I don't need heated gear yet. Works great in the 40-60 range to stay warm without sweating. Comfortable and not too bulky for control.
November 16, 2015
Great Winter Glove for the Price
This glove insulates quite well. I have ridden down to 35°F without glove liners or heated grips and my hands feel great. As long as I kept my body temperature up I had no problems with my hands. Operating the hand controls (like the blinker) is more difficult than in my summer gloves but that is unavoidable with insulated gloves. They do fit a bit small like the video says. I can usually fit in a size Large but I am very glad I ordered the XL of this glove.
January 5, 2015
Close, but not quite
As a new rider, I've already spent quite a bit of coin getting set up with gear and was hoping to find a solid pair of winter gloves that fit my budget.
I watched the video review of these gloves and they seemed to be what I was looking for.
When the first shipment was declared "damaged and undeliverable" by UPS, I should have seen that as a bad omen.
Revzilla customer support was excellent and shipped me another pair while they worked out the situation with UPS.
When the gloves arrived, the seam on the curve of the palm (between the thumb and pointer finger) wasn't fully sewn - my hand was exposed through the hole. (Not very helpful for winter gloves.)
Again, Revzilla customer support went above and beyond and shipped me another pair.
The third pair arrived yesterday. And while the hole in the seam wasn't quite there, I am certain that after one day of riding, I'd be patching them up with gaffers tape.
I decided not to go through the hassle. I also decided that I might not be able to find a decent winter glove at this price point.
Yet again, Revzilla accepted my return and I decided to upgrade my budget and purchase a more popular glove with a higher volume of reviews by the Revzilla community.
I never went for a ride with the gloves, so I can't comment properly on Air Flow.
October 9, 2014
i use this gloves for about 2 weeks and they broken at the seam of fingers in two fingers per glove, dont let breathe your hands because the "waterprof tech" its a plastic bag, how i know this?... because i see it when they broken
March 15, 2014
not a bad glove
got them for cold weather riding and they do quiet well keeping my hands warm and the knuckle armor. i normally wear a size large and i bought them in a size large and it fits a little snug and i wish i got a size extra large but really for the money they are quiet good.
January 26, 2014