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The Scorpion TSW is Scorpion’s take on a classic winter glove with a few unique twists. The TSW combines function with reality when compared to your standard winter glove. Some of the key features: Scorpion’s convenient KwikTouch touch screen leather technology, Bemberg nylon interior, and Thinsulate top layer. The result is a very tactile yet warm offering for your digits…because battling to stay warm shouldn’t create a battle to answer your phone.
Touch screen capable leather thumb and index finger
Goatskin leather and 600 denier textile construction
Waterproof / breathable Hipora liner
100gm Thinsulate top layer provides warmth
Goatskin palm with comfort padding panels
NightViz reflective trim
Exo-Stitch Safety Seam minimizes interior seams to create a more premium feel and to provide maximum comfort
Molded, goatskin covered knuckles provide protection
Good for those with skinny arms.
Decent gloves, warm enough for my naked bike. The big problem I have is even though I purchased 2XL the gauntlet is to tight to get over most anything but my bare arms and I ain't Popeye.
So if you have skinny forearms your fine but if you've spent any time in the gym or worked construction fuhgeddaboudit.
February 5, 2015
I almost love it...
This *should* have been an incredible cold weather glove. Should have been. But, it's not.
1) The thumb is almost as long as the index finger. I've had a dozen pairs of gloves and none have ever had a thumb this long. There is 3/4" of glove hanging off the end of my thumb.
2) The first wrist strap There is some kind of flap that covers this tie-down. And the flap is so small that it's impossible to use the gloves to hold it up and strap down the strap. And the strap itself doesn't have enough Velcro to fudge the strap down tightly. The strap just falls off so you have to play with the strap several times to get it to stay in place all while messing with the stupid flap that covers it.
3) The gauntlet is just barely too small to go over my snug fitting leather jacket arms. It works, but it takes a few moments longer to tuck your jacket cuffs under the gauntlet.
4) The gauntlet strap is tooo short when the gauntlet is covering my jacket cuff. It needs to be almost two inches longer. I have no confidence at all that the gauntlet strap will stay together in the event of a crash.
Those four points are HUGE deal breakers for me.
The glove itself keeps my hand "warm enough" into the 30's F. But the fingers do feel a little cool. Still, it's do-able and not bad. This is not a deal killer.
The glove is a little thicker than I was expecting due to the layers inside it. So the feel is lost and I find myself misjudging my clutch lever movement a lot. If I kept the glove I'm sure I would eventually get used to it. Because it's not horrible and this is my first winter glove. It's not bad, just not expected. This is not a deal killer.
The fingertip capability to control my Samsung Galaxy S4 cellphone's touch-screen works GREAT. Wow, even better than I expected. Even though the glove fingers are huge and fat, if you use the very tip of the fingers to control your cellphone, then you somehow can actually type on the soft keyboard without fat fingering anything. This is the gloves only real saving grace IMO.
The glove isn't as "sportbike-sporty" looking in real life as I expected it to be from the pictures. But it's sporty enough if that's the style you're going for. It doesn't look like your Grandpa's riding gloves anyway.
I really, really wanted to like these gloves. And if it weren't for the incredibly long thumbs and shoddy velcro straps, I would keep them. But these two issues are just HORRIBLE.
Btw, I got the gloves at Amazon because I had a credit over there. But I wish I'd bought them at Revzilla because it's going to take a week to return the gloves, then a few days for Amazon to credit my return, then another week before I get the Alpinestars Apex DryStar gloves that Matt at RevZilla recommended I get in the first place. And Revzilla returns/exchanges happen MUCH faster than Amazon's do.
January 16, 2014
Warm as your going to get.
They kept my hands from getting cold on a 35 degree day...Comfortable and if u added more padding it wouldn't be comfortable with the controls so to me there the warmest gloves your going to get and be comfortable for your controls...I have a scorpion winter jacket and they fit very good under the sleeves.
December 2, 2013
Good buy for the money
These are my first cold weather gloves and they help tremendously at slower speeds down into the 40 degree mark. At highway speeds (with no fairing) you feel a chill in the 50's, and you do get cold in the 40's, but it is bearable, certainly for a 40 minute or less ride; may need to stop (or step up to heated gloves) when you are riding longer. There is of course more bulk to these than something like the SGS, and it is a tighter fitting glove when you order in your normal size. That being said the reviews on gloves twice this price don't seem to provide anything more than these gloves. I haven't tested the waterproof aspects. Touchscreen works perfectly. My only complaints so far is that the glove feels a little tight on my left thumb and the wrist strap is difficult to cinch down tight due to it's length (but I am in a size small).
Improvements I would like to see are palm sliders and thicker leather on the velcro cuff pull.
November 6, 2013
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Mark Y: OK but the gauntlet is small. Strange how even though you may purchase an XL size you get a skinny arm gauntlet which makes it tough to get over jackets.Feb 4, 2015
Daniely R: I bought these for winter riding. They worked great for about 3 months. Used them in temperatures from 45Â°F to 10Â°F in travel speeds up to 85 mph for about 25 min daily. After the 3 months, the gloves lost their waterproofing and even riding at Temps of 65Â°F. You could feel the cold. Put extra coating on them. But no luck. They are done. Would recommend for non daily riders.Nov 16, 2014
tyler s: Needed some great cold weather gloves.Aug 25, 2014
mohamad s: planning on long distance traveling and the temperature will be around 1 to 10 CelsiusJan 15, 2014
Reza E: Has touchscreen, visor wiper, waterproofing, and warmth, all of my criteria, at a price currently willing to spend. First gloves. Did not choose for looks, would rather have something like high end Alpinestars for that. Perhaps Alpinestars summer gloves will be next.Dec 26, 2013
Eunfa L: It was this or the Alpinestar Drystar. Went with this one due to the top layer being more protective from the cold.Dec 19, 2013
John D: 100g thinsulate for cummuting 12 miles to workin mid 20 deg temps. I can also use them for my sportbike during late fall and spring.Dec 5, 2013