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Rukka R-Star 2 In 1 Gore-Tex Gloves
  • Rukka R-Star 2 In 1 Gore-Tex Gloves - Black
  • Rukka R-Star 2 In 1 Gore-Tex Gloves - Black
  • Rukka R-Star 2 In 1 Gore-Tex Gloves - Black
  • Rukka R-Star 2 In 1 Gore-Tex Gloves - Black

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Rukka R-Star 2-In-1 GTX Gloves

The R-Star Gloves feature Rukka's 2-In-1, dual chamber system. The rider can choose between two separate entries, offering direct grip or extra warmth. In the warm chamber, the extra insulation provides optimum warmth over all sides of the fingers. In the grip chamber, the insulation is only on the back of the fingers. This means a higher level of tactility and increased breathability.


  • Full cowhide leather construction
  • Fully waterproof, windproof and breathable Gore-Tex gloves
  • 2 In 1 technology
  • Fleece lining
  • Extra warmth for colder riding conditions with light insulation
  • Knuckle protection of carbon fiber with leather overlay
  • Scaphoid protection of Super Fabric
  • Visor wiper in left hand
  • Waterproof zipper and VELCRO® brand strap provide positive closure
  • The Rukka warranty is valid for 2 (two) years from the date of purchase against faults in material or workmanship.

Sizing Instructions

We highly recommend using a cloth tape measure to take the following measurements:

  • Chest:  Measure from under/top of armpit across chest to under/top of other armpit, then across back to first armpit
  • Waist: Measure at the hourglass of your torso, (circumference measured at your bellybutton).
  • Hips:  Measure the widest part of your hips below the waist, or pelvic bone to pelvic bone.
  • Outseam:  Measure from your waist, along the curve of your hip down to your heel.
  • Sleeve:  Measure the length from the back of your neck, over your shoulder and elbow, to your wrist bone.

Rukka Men's Glove Sizing

To measure, place your right hand on a flat surface and measure the circumference at the widest point, usually just below the knuckles.

Rukka Size Measurement (in) Approx. Alpha Size
7 7-7.25 XS
8 7.5-7.75 SM
9 8-8.25 MD
10 8.5-8.75 LG
11 9-9.25 XL
12 10-10.25 2XL
13 10.5-10.75 3XL

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Rukka Size Chart
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Rukka R-Star 2 In 1 Gore-Tex Gloves 4.4 5 14 14
Great gloves with one real flaw... I love a lot about this glove (protection & warmth) but I do wish they included a double wrist closure to tighten up the cuff. I ordered a size 13 and the cuff fits loosely around my jacket. Wish they allowed for a way to tighten the cuff like pretty much any other winter glove in this price range. If you really want to seal in that warm air you have to fit the cuff under your Jacket which may be a problem for some. In fact if you're riding a sport bike with clip-ons I can't really recommend these gloves in the event that you do get caught in heavy rain during the colder months because you would really want to tighten these gloves over your jacket and you don't have that option here. Otherwise these gloves are great and offer more protection than most winter gloves. I just wish the super fabric extended more into the base of the palm like a typical slider but I can live with it. Overall I'm happy with these gloves and recommend them for anyone in the standard riding position. November 22, 2015
Great concept but I'll stick with 2 separate gloves I loved the idea about the two chambers, but returned them as they are quite uncomfortable. They are definitely very warm, but that extra layer of fabric on your palm when using the top chamber makes the grip quite uncomfortable. The gauntlet was too small to wear over a jacket and too big to fit underneath the jacket and that zipper doesn't do much either. Velcro or a bigger adjustment would have made it better, and there's no need for a waterproof zipper as underneath is still a Gore-Tex layer. The quality of the leather and the protection are excellent. Sizing runs a bit small April 6, 2015
Great quality gloves from Rukka First of all sizing My hands are 8.25 inches around and middle finger is 3.5 inches long. I wear a 9 in Rukka and the fit is tight at first but will break in a bit and will fit perfect. I do wish the fingers could be just a bit longer... I do find dainese gloves to have longer fingers on some models There are a lot of layers in these gloves and you definitely can feel them even in the grip chamber, there is a layer of fleece on your palm and then the leather palm on the outside, so if you are in the warm chamber, your hand will feel two layers plus the outter layer. I rode with them on on a 45 degree day and my fingers did get a chill. I was kind of disappointed somehow but these are NOT meant be full on winter gloves. I'm sure they will work better perhaps with heated grips and wind blockers. If you want warm hands below 45 degrees riding, go with heated gloves if you don't have wind blocks and heated grips. Knuckle protection very solid, super fabric nice, palm padding could be better. Cuff opening somewhat small and short. Waterproof yes ! Hands dry yes ! Overall, they are good gloves for spring and fall in NYC area. (Everyone has different tolerance to cold). Heated gloves in winter for sure. Recommended for Spring and Fall riding. Not winter March 11, 2015
very happy Ordered one size larger than what I needed and fit was perfect. They are decent cold weather gloves, but I guess we all have different circulation and cold thresholds. Have worn them at 35 degrees for maybe an hr or two at different speeds and they do a good job. But fingers did get a chill, but by no means uncomfortable. Probably no substitute for heated gloves for long day rides below 40 degrees. That being said I think these gloves are great for early, early spring into early summer and late summer into late, late fall. Fit great and feel very protected. Grip on handlebar is decent too with the extra padding, still feel like I have a good grip on bars. March 9, 2015
Outstanding protection & Quality These gloves are awesome. Protection and leather quality are outstanding. While I did not get a lot of time with them before a kind person decided to run a red light which lead me t-boning him. Well the knuckle protection worked perfectly, I did not actually notice any damage until I got home. One issue that I have is they are a little on the thick side but for a winter glove they should work well February 5, 2015
great design would recommend it to everyone who rides in any kind of weather November 24, 2014
50 degrees to 25 degrees. everyday commuter...spirited. this review will be simple and to the point. I purchased this glove close to a month ago. I use it everyday mid afternoon and early morning. I commute only on motorcycle everyday the work week and so far the weather conditions have been variable which is excellent.the coldest weather I've ridden in with these gloves has been 27 to 25 degrees Fahrenheit and as warm as high fifties mid sixties. Not only has his glove kept me extremely dry but it can easily keep you warm in 40 and 30 degree weather. I read reviews all the time of people complaining that their fingertips get so frozen in the thirties while the writing I find I can ride easily between 60 and 90 miles an hour with his glove in temperature is as low as I have mentioned in this review. Of course at a certain point you'll start to feel the cold through your fingertips but honestly being a resilient human being makes it easy 2 look past what your fingertips may feel and just enjoy the ride in an amazing all weather glove. I have previously owned A 2 piece very thin Harley Davidson leather glove with a thin insulating layer. This glove I wore for 2 winters in Maryland and if I ever felt my hands or fingers freeze and feel painful because of the cold I.e the cold wind, it was then. this glove blew my expectations and all my previous gloves out of the water...just an excellent buy for the cold winter and fall. Cheers to Rukka and the RevZilla team thank you...ride on. November 10, 2014
Excellent Winter Glove I have had a great experience with these gloves. For one, the fit and look good. They are well built and seem durable. The double glove feature is unique and works well for me. I did some 20F rides this winter, and wore them most of the spring also. Although price is up there, it is another good product from Rukka June 30, 2014
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Rukka R-Star 2 In 1 Gore-Tex Gloves
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
David M: Warmth Jul 17, 2015
Nicholas M: Need winter gloves and would like to ride in 40 degree weather as I only own one pair of summer gloves. Also this seems to be the best winter gloves unless I buy heated gloves or heated grips. Dec 14, 2014
Joseph B: cold weather and waterproof Nov 4, 2014
Jason B: Needed winter riding gloves May 3, 2014
Ian C: Stylish and warm black leather waterproof gloves. How much better does it get? Mar 15, 2014
James B: Excellent cold weather glove. Rode in 40f weather nice and cozy. Runs a bit small IMO. Purchased a lg and they are slightly tight. Dec 16, 2013
Donato D: I have heated grips so its a perfect fit and functionality. Dec 8, 2013
Diego C: Is the best! Oct 10, 2013
Paul S asked: I'm considering this glove, and I would wear a size 10. I intend to wear the Firstgear heated glove liners under this glove, so would they be too tight for a size 10?


Feb 5, 2014
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mitch p: I tied these and the Held Twin Gore-Tex 2-in-1 Gloves. I really wanted to like these more, but I found these to have too much material in the palm of the hand. This would always bunch up when holding the grips, creating very annoying and uncomfortable folds in the glove between my hand the grip. The Held glove didn't do that.

As for liners, maybe others have a different view, but personally I've found little to recommend them. Gloves are designed with their own lining, and adding another layer of fabric - even a very thin one - the glove wasn't designed for just makes them very tight fitting and stiff - and not really much warmer. You also have a loose sheet of liner fabric inside the glove, creating the potential for it to bunch up or crease. And getting a bigger glove to accommodate the liner means the fingers will be too long. Not to mention the hassle of dealing with not just the gloves but the loose liner when taking them on or off. Just get a good glove that's as warm as you need it and don't think about liners. That's my two cents anyway.
Feb 5, 2014
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MARK P: Hi Paul.

I'd love to help you, but unfortunately I have no idea what size my hand is :(

I can tell you that these gloves are fantastic. There wouldn't be room for me to wear a heated glove liner comfortably, and I think you may find that the combo of the lining of these rukka gloves + the liner may end up being too thick between your hand and the bike grips.

I ride all winter in NY, and while the Rukkas won't keep your fingers from quickly getting very cold when riding in freezing temperatures, they're better than any non-electric glove I've ever tried before, and the leather and lining and everything are super-top quality.

Hope that helps.

Feb 5, 2014
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A S: I followed the sizing guide and they fit perfectly after some break-in. The gloves are so warm, I am not sure you will require heated liners. Feb 5, 2014
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John N: Hello Paul S. I purchased a pair of Rukka 2 winter gloves and sized them based on the "Size Chart" found on Revzilla's webpage. The gloves fit the circumfrence of my hand but are much too short for my fingers and I can not wear them. If you plan to wear additional liners, you will most likely nedd to "size up". Unfortunatly, I pulled the tags off of the gloves and was not able to return them for a refund. If you do buy this glove or any product from Revzilla, make certain that you keep the tags on them and retain all shipping pakaging. John Newcastle, CA Feb 5, 2014
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John N: Hello Paul. Feb 5, 2014
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A shopper asked: I commute year round on a standard bike, currently the new Super Duke, and I want a warm glove. I'm considering the three premium twin-chambered ones, Klim Elite, Held Twin and Rukka R-Star. I'm satisfied with the protection afforded by all three. Warmth is the most important feature. Which one for that purpose? Secondary is fit. I wear an XL, but my fingers are rather short; however, better snug than loose. My jacket has a large sleeve diameter, so the larger the gauntlet, the better, but it appears all three would be large enough. (I wear the gauntlet over the sleeve, of course.) The special fit of the Gore-Tex in the Klim is an attractive feature. I want to buy asap, so I anxiously await your guidance. Nov 10, 2014
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David M: I can only speak from the perspective of the Rukka. I did however consider the gloves you mentioned. I made my decision based on price,protection, warmth, wind and rain protection. I don't care so much for the gauntlet size, although I want something medium in length, definitely not long. I wear multiple layers so I need space for the gauntlet to go over...which it does just fine. The glove fits amazing, and within a couple of weeks it has fit more and more snug and has developed more dexterity. As per warmth, so far from 25 degrees to 67 degrees these gloves have been warm and awesome. I usually spend about 30-50 minuets computing...if I'm lucky, on a weekend I can get there in 8-12 minutes... Regardless in rain, with debris, in t he cold, this glove has outperformed my expectations...and I usually refrain from expectations although the price of this puppy made me think twice...now I know Rukka does its gear right!
Happy hunting!
Nov 10, 2014
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Vance H: I have the Rukka. The gauntlet is not huge in diameter. Short fingers should have no problems at all. The two-chamber feature is good to have with my bikes that have heated grips.
The sizing between various Rukka gloves has caused me to start buying two sizes (10 & 11) and to return one.
Be aware that overly tight gloves will go against prudence in colder weather, as space for an insulated layer of air is required to continue being warm for a longer period of time.
Nov 10, 2014
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Ian O: I recently bought the rukka's and used them on a ride from Boston to Torontio on an Indian Chieftain. The weather hit around 40F on the low side and My hands were warm. Keep in mind that I had a fairing on the bike so no direct wind. Also got some rain but they were perfectly dry. The glove construction is excellent. The Klim's had some bad reviews so I stayed away. rukka's gear is great quality in my experience. Nov 10, 2014
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Ian O: I also have the rukka's lobster gloves which are awesome for cold weather and roomy enough for heated glove liners. I take both sets with me on cold rides. Nov 10, 2014
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A shopper asked: How much of a difference is this glove compared to the Held Twin Gore-Tex 2-in-1 Gloves. I have heated grips and ride until it snows.
I like to feel the controls as best a possible with out any bunching, binding or pinching. I do not have a distributor for ether glove so your reviews are all I have to go on. Hopefully some one has tried both and has formed some type of review that they can offer. Tough choice since both look great and have the same functions in mind.?
Oct 11, 2014
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Matthew S: I actually purchased both as I wasn't sure what size to get and which would work best… I wear a size XXXL glove usually so my choices are sometimes limited. I ordered both these Rukkas and the HELDs in their largest size and I decided to go with the Rukkas in the end. It was a tough decision and they were both very, very good at keeping my hands warm (well, not frozen anyway) whilst maintaining good feel (as good as you're gonna get with a winter glove).
I made a couple of crappy videos about them (but I'm not allowed to post links, so look on youtube for 'evo moto (user DTCevo)' and there're three videos about these gloves.

Just to make your purchase more difficult for you ;) you'd be happy with either pair I'm sure. I ended up sticking with these Rukkas, but I'd have been happy with the HELD also. I ride all year round, with temps getting down to about 28° (with a wind chill in the teens usually) and doing highway speeds for 25 miles and they hold up…my fingertips do feel the cold, even with heated grips, but that's more to do with the fact that my hands are big and fingers are long so I don't get any heat from the grips.

Hope that helps some!
Oct 12, 2014
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James B: I have the Rukka R 2 in 1's. No knowledge of the Held gloves.
The Rukkas are top shelf gloves, very we'll made IMO. I use only the compartment closest to the palm (no bunching in the palm this way, good tactile feel) since I also have heated grips. Very comfortable this way. Riding in the high 40's no problem. No experience with wet weather yet. I would recommend them for a cold weather gauntlet glove. Size runs a tad small so if your on the fence size-wise order one size larger.
Good luck.
Oct 12, 2014
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Bruce B: I also purchased the Rukka glove to ride in cold weather. I ride a K1200rs with heated grips and enjoy them. The gloves work effectively, transfer heat well and integrate well with the heated grips. They are thick with the double lining and take a period of time to break in to get the feel you are asking about. Once you get comfortable with them they are very effective riding in 30 degree weather. Oct 12, 2014
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Christopher G: I have heated grips and when I use the "warm" mode my hands are actually colder because it insulates them from the heat. And, MUCH less tactile control. Wouldn't buy them again. Oct 12, 2014
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A shopper asked: I am looking for a winter gloves with a high degree of protection and grip for spot-touring ride in cold weather. I am between the Rukka Imatra and the Rukka R-Star. What would you recommend me? Nov 3, 2015
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Geoffrey M: I haven't tried the Imatra, but I like my R-Stars. I don't really ever use the thicker pocket on it. Dexterity is already limited as it is on these gloves. I imagine from looking at it, the Imatra would provide a little more dexterity, possibly at the cost of warmth. Nov 3, 2015
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robert t: Can only speak to the 2 in 1 gloves. I use them into low 30s but I also have heated grips. I don't ride when it gets any lower due to potential black ice. I do like them for winter use, they provide as much warmth as possible in a pair of gloves. Nov 3, 2015
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Kevin P: These gloves are the best winter gloves I've owned. They allow for comfort plus great tactile touch. Even when using the warmer side you seldom feel the layers slipping. Protection is also very strong though I'd prefer a carbon fiber or titanium knuckle instead. Nov 4, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is this glove warmer than the Jet Road Gore-tex from Alpinestar?
And in regards to sizing, I'm 2XL on the Jet Road and size 11 in the Rukka Hero; should I get the size 11 or 12 in the R-star?
Mar 22, 2015
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Vance H: I wear a size 10 in the R-Star, and usually wear a size Large in most gloves. Mar 23, 2015
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Kevin P asked: Does anyone know if Rukka will make repairs to the R-Star 2-in1? I recently had a indent where the knuckle projection made contact with the ground and rubbed through the leather. No other damage. Hopefully I can send these back and they can repair them. Feb 5, 2015
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gideon d: Don't know - why won't you ask them. They're serious people. They sure are interreseted how their product got damaged in order to design it better next time.
I suggest you contact them!
Feb 9, 2015
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