Scorpion Klaw II Gloves
Poor build quality
These gloves are incredibly comfortable and breath well in the scratching city that is Houston, Texas in the summer. What keeps me from recommending these gloves is the poor build quality. One of the finger tips stitching came apart within the first month of wearing and the stitching on the velcro tabs came undone after the second month.
November 20, 2014
For the money, tough to beat
Love these gloves, especially for the price. They feel just as quality as higher priced Alpinestars gloves. All leather, robust design. I wear them from 5-38C (40-100F) with no problems. Just throw a liner in for some additional comfort. Suggestions for improvements are:
1 - add some sort of underwrist pull tab. Doesn't have to be huge, but something.
2 - replace the small velcro wrist strap with something wider and more robust. The current design is really narrow and small, and is easily undone. It does a poor job of securing the glove. Annoyingly, my coat likes to snag the strap and tear it loose.
If they fixed the strap at this price, this glove would be unbeatable. Overall a solid, solid effort.
October 30, 2014
Great feeling and fitting gloves. Padding on palms helps reduce vibration transfer. The only draw back is the stitching on the velcro at the wrist, the tab has seperated from the velcro. Added two staples to the tab - all better.
October 6, 2014
I was getting sick of buying $100 plus gloves that wear out after a year of use, so I decided to try these gloves.
They seem about the same quality as the expensive Dainese gloves I have bought in the past, but with a much better price tag.
They do fit a bit small. I fit in a LG Dainese Carbon s-st, but I ordered XL for these gloves, and they fit great.
August 7, 2014
Wore Out Quickly
Exactly the glove I was looking for, although wore through the first layer of leather on the right index and middle fingers & separated the Velcro from the tab closure after ~1 year. Will probably buy another pair.
August 3, 2014
Good gloves over all, they fit true to size. The air flow through these gloves is adequate. Not like a mesh glove, so it keeps my hands a little warmer. They can be a bit of a challenge to get on and off (I broke my hand a few years ago) but they don’t limit your mobility when they are on. I like these gloves and might get another pair as a backup some day.
July 22, 2014
Good gloves for the money
I've had these gloves for over a year and 7000+ miles. It is super hard for me to find a glove that fits me well since I have tiny hands, but these fit perfect. They breath fairly well, but when it is 90+ they can still get a little toasty. My only complaint is that there is some stitching coming undone on the right hand where the thumb is sewn to the rest of the glove. Hopefully I can have it repaired, but if not I will be buying another pair of these gloves. That's just how much I love them.
July 8, 2014
For the money, I think I'd be hard-pressed to get a better pair of gloves. They are incredibly comfortable, and while the thumbs and middle fingers are nice and snug, the index fingers of both gloves are about 3/8 of an inch too long. I haven't had a chance to take them for a ride yet, but I have high hopes for these gloves.
One thing that isn't exactly clear in the demo video is that the knuckles actually sit on a separate piece of leather. It is attached on the sides and just in front of the knuckles, closest to the fingers. Not a complaint or anything, just an observation.
May 26, 2014