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The Spidi Jab-RR Glove is the evolution of the Spidi glove that became famous all over the world for its ergonomincs, protectiveness, and the combination between highly breathable 3D fabric and Hi-Fit cowhide.
Comfortable and good feel
Very lightweight, not sure about durability yet. Seems a little thin underneath. But overall good quality and perfect for summer riding.
June 29, 2015
You get what you pay for - and these are built to a price
These gloves aren't bad, but they're not great. They're not expensive, but not cheap. This pair of gloves is an exercize in taking the middle ground, all-around. Main points below, details further down:
Good feel of controls
Top half of the glove is comfortable
Double stitching in impact areas
Pinky leather patch covers full length
Uncomfortable on the bottom/palm side and in fingers
Questionable effectiveness for knuckle and Ulna sliders
No palm sliders, padding in odd location.
No pinky/ring bridge
No silicone grip patches on finger tips
Lots of excess material past the stiches
My biggest gripe with these gloves is how scratchy and unconfortable it in in the palm and finger areas. The top has a nice polyester/nylon lining and foam padding under the hard parts that's quite comfy. The bottom and fingers are rough with no liner at all and you can clearly feel the seams of the two halves both around and at the tip of your fingers. The stiching of the leather patches on the palm scratch my palm and after just a few days of riding, I'm already starting to blister.
The other concerning bit is the plastic sliders for the knuckle and ulna. The material is thin and very soft. I can easily dig into the plastic with just my nail. In the event of a slide, I can see these getting worn down very quickly. Also, they are not very rigid. You can squeeze it with just a couple fingers and deform them. The pinky and ring finger sliders are a little stiffer because of the smaller vent holes but the others are pretty weak.
I would have liked to see palm sliders but I understand these are relatively inexpensive gloves. However, the patch of foam padding they do give is in the middle, not two smaller ones on the sides. In a fall, I think you're more likely to impact the ground on either the inside or outside edge of your palm but I doubt it would be right in the middle.
Overall, I'm not planning on keeping these gloves and personally, I don't recommend them. These seemed like a good value but in the end I'm just glad I didn't spend a ton of money on these.
June 30, 2014
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Mark N: need new summer gloves and nice color match to my spidi jacketApr 18, 2015
MICHAEL P asked:Do the cuffs fit under the jacket sleeve? That's what I'm looking for. I have a Dainese jacket, and the sleeve is fairly snug once zippered, and I want a pair of short gloves I can wear with it. I don't always like pulling my gauntlets over the sleeve for short rides. ThanksJul 23, 2015
Benjamin L:These gloves don't really go that far up, I'd say they fit like barely to my wrist. If you have super long jacket sleeves that fit down to your palm then maybe it will cover, but the glove just isn't long enough. Now I will say that if you had a long enough jacket to cover them, the glove most likely will fit under a jacket as they are pretty snug to the skin. You could easily pull a long sleeve shirt over the glove without a problem so a jacket should have no problem.Jul 23, 2015
Michael H asked:I got the gloves in recently and have a question about the fit. I ordered a XL and it fits nicely accept for a bit of tightness on the fingertips, length wise. Does the 2XL have longer length fingers or will these stretch out a bit? I have skinny hands and I'm afraid the larger size will be loose around the palm area.
I measure 9inches just below the knuckels.May 1, 2014