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My only complaint about this glove.
The only complaint I have about this glove is the color on the glove fades pretty fast. Other then that wonderdul glove.
April 13, 2015
Nice gloves at a nice price
These are my first riding gloves and they fit perfectly. Just follow the sizing chart, it's dead on. These are the first gloves I've ever owned that the crotch of the fingers comes down and fully meets my hand. That makes for perfect flexibility with full comfort. The two "vents" on the index and middle finger seem to be more for show than actual functionality as they didn't seem to provide any extra air channeling. The hard knuckles are a nice protection feature, but they're positioned to be more on the back face of your hand rather than covering the front of your knuckles. Since the knuckle protectors are split in two, this allows for a comfortable flex rather than being a single rigid piece. These gloves are mild to warm weather only. I took these out on a ride in early March in Buffalo. My hands would have been frozen if I hadn't used extra glove liners. So to that point, they probably have excellent cooling capability in the warm weather. The pull tab on the wrist is nice, but I don't use it since I just grab the glove instead. The glove inside is very nice on the skin and the leather provides excellent grip and padding. Overall I'd say this is an excellent warm weather starter glove. Just make sure you follow the sizing chart or you'll get a sloppy or tight glove.
March 30, 2015
Didn't even last me 1 riding season
These were the 2nd pair of Cortech gloves that I've owned. Theses gloves fit very well and have good protection but the durability leaves a lot to be desired. They lasted me at the most, 2 months and then they started coming apart from pretty much every seam. These would be great if they actually lasted me at least 1 riding season. Cortech makes good looking gloves that offer protection but they just don't stay in one piece.
March 5, 2015
Revzilla comes through again!
Matches the jacket Perfectly. Sizing chart was on the money. I can't wait to try them out (Still snowing on the East Coast).
March 3, 2014
Good airflow, subpar construction
Been using these almost daily for 4 months in Texas and probably 2.5k miles. The airflow is pretty good but the leather just didn't hold up.. It just came apart starting on the stitching between the index and middle fingers.. Very disappointing in a glove in this price range..
July 28, 2013
Decent Glove for the Price
I've been riding with the Cortech HDX2 gloves for about 10 months now and have a pretty good feel for them. What they are is a hybrid leather and textile riding glove that works incredibly well for mild to hot days. The airflow due to the perforated leather and textile material is superb and on 50+ days, my hands are quite happy. It should be noted that the textile material is only on back of the hand as the palm is full leather with an extra layer stitched in just the right places to ensure a proper grip of the controls while also preventing premature wear. The leather itself is quite supple and comfortable but also has just the right amount of grip to make sure that your hand won't accidentally leave the grips.
Now these are entry level riding gloves and only cover what I consider to be the bare minimum of protection requirements. The knuckle protectors are quite rigid and appear to be able to take an impact quite well plus they are split in the middle of the hand allowing even more mobility. Also, on the outside of the wrist, the HDX2 features a large foam pad wrapped in leather in case of a low-side. Cortech gives you a few more foam and rubber panels on these gloves, and the HDX2s definitely give you a much better chance of avoiding injury than riding with no gloves.
As far as fit is concerned, I find that these gloves fit exactly the way a glove should. I have noticed that glove sizing tends to be all over the place between manufacturers, but with Cortech, the medium that I wear falls in line with what I have come to expect from a size 9. My only real complaint is that the material on the palm bunches up behind my pinky finger which can get a little annoying but a quick tug on the glove usually fixes that.
Overall, I would say that the Cortech HDX2 is a comfortable and functional glove for those that don't want to empty their wallets but still want some protection.
May 18, 2013
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Lawrence P asked:Cortech's web site says this glove is suitable for cold weather (35-50 degrees F). 35-50F pretty much describes spring and autumn here in Minnesota. Can this glove really handle these temperatures??May 22, 2014