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I got these things for dirt cheap. I wanted a full gauntlet glove with good protection at a decent price. These gloves are just that. They fit well, they have good air flow, they seem durable and well made, and they offer decent protection for the price point. I'm not sure if they would be suited for track use because they lack double cuff closure, pinky bridge, palm TPU/pad, and inside wrist TPU/pad. But they certainly are suited for spirited street riding and they are light years ahead of what I was wearing on the streets. My only complaint about them (and this is very minor) is that the stitching was done inside the fingers. This means, you can feel the seams against your finger tips and can be very distracting while riding. I try to block it out of my mind, and I'm getting better at it. But it does bother me sometimes. Not enough to discredit this glove though. They're great gloves at a great price and I'm very glad I bought them.
May 20, 2013
Great glove, however not the most comfortable
Good quality glove with lots of protection and good ventilation. The issue I have with them is the knuckle protector (though padded on the inside) is quite painful on the outermost knuckle - requires extra padding (like a small band aid or tape on the outer knuckle) to wear for hours at a time.
May 20, 2013
Good overall design
I am a musician and very nervous about the safety of my hands. I wanted a summer sport/touring glove that would let me relax, knowing that I had both impact and abrasion protection in the event of a get-off.
This glove does offer light weight and good ventilation for the price--and it looks like it should give decent protection in a spill. The styling is restrained—a plus for those of us who don’t want to look like some kind of child’s super-hero action figure. (The cuff has a bit too much flashy logo deco on it for my taste; but I painted it over.)
There is not much to complain about the glove’s design and construction. The wrist closure strikes me as a bit superfluous--just another moment of delay getting into one’s gear to go for a ride. But I suppose that is not a real fault.
I have slim hands but long fingers. If I want a loose fitting glove, I go for an XL; but most size L m/c gloves fit me well and snugly. This Scorpion does too—almost. I found the left thumb a bit too short. Unfortunately, this was only apparent when actually gripping the bars, so I didn’t notice it until it was too late to return them. This fit problem is exacerbated by a bunched up inner seam at the thumb tip which further reduces the available room and presents a spot of irritation.
They may stretch out over time. I do hope so, as I like them.
BTW, I compared this glove with the Fieldsheer Apex 2.0—a glove similar in design and price. While the Apex seemed like it might offer a bit more abrasion resistance on the palm, it was also a bit dorkier looking and not as well ventilated. So I chose to keep the Scorpion. I recommend you look at both, though, as they are quite close in features.
May 30, 2011
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