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Cortech Scarab Winter Gloves

You will reach for your Cortech Scarab Gloves when the temps drop. The 3MT hinsulate 100gm insulation helps to keep your hands warm, while the HiPora waterproof and breathable barrier keeps them dry. The palm and fingers are precurved for comfort, and the cuff has a large gauntlet with a leather closure flap. Keep your digits warm and protected with the Cortech Scarab Winter Gloves.

Features:

  • Aniline drum-dyed cowhide leather construction with a HiPora waterproof and breathable barrier
  • Aniline drum-dyed goatskin palm with abrasion-resistant, titanium/carbon protection panels
  • Schoeller Dry Skin Keprotech in the palm patch with titanium/carbon covered padding
  • 3M Thinsulate 100gm insulation
  • Molded titanium/carbon knuckle, finger and wrist protection panels
  • Pre-curved palm and fingers for form-fitting comfort
  • Large gauntlet cuff with a leather closure flap that incorporates a titanium/carbon protection patch
  • Soft brushed fleece interior lining
3.8 / 5
Bang For The Buck
3.9 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3.7 / 5
Comfort
3.8 / 5
Style
4.2 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Fit
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Large

Cortech Men's Glove Sizing

Size Hand (in)
XS 2.5
SM 3
MD 3.5
LG 4
XL 4.5
2XL 5
3XL 5.5

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

How To Measure

HW Hand Width With your dominant hand open and extended, measure across the widest part of your palm, not including your thumb.
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3.8 / 5.0
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Sizing is a real concern
It fits small, and I have trued several cortech and tourmaster gloves. I have always purchase large with no problem, but this particular one, fits smaller than others. The size of the glove is not the only concern, but also the strap that holds the wrist is short. It doesnt wrap around without me cutting off circulation to my wrist.

The build is good, its comfortable if its not too small, but the strap problem and the sizing is a real concern. I worn it once only, and its been sitting in my tank bag for emergency only, since I wont be able to wear it very long before it becomes a bother.
September 20, 2011
Ride:
2001 BMW R1100S
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
2 / 5
Comfort
2 / 5
Style
4 / 5
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These gloves are ok, but could stand a lot of improvement.
Firstly, the size L is definitely a cut smaller than any of my large size summer gloves. I measured it against them, and found that, not only are the exterior dimensions no bigger (or even smaller) than the other brands, but the insulation takes up a lot of the gloves’ inner room. So, on me, it fits much tighter than a large should fit. Moreover, a winter glove should fit more loosely than a summer glove—not only to keep from girdling your fingers and restricting blood flow, but also to allow a small layer of warm air to sit around your hands. Order a size up.

I’m not looking for a waterproof glove, but since the outer leather of this glove has absolutely no finish, it will certainly get soaked in the wet. On the other hand while the “Hippora” membrane may keep water from reaching your hands, it is not breathable. Put these on in warm temps, and your hands start to sweat, the liner quickly getting damp from perspiration.

The claim that the palm is uninsulated is false. The same insulating lining that is in the top of the glove is in the palm. It hinders feel—but less than a full-on winter glove with bulkier insulation would. The bigger problem is that the liner is loose from the shell, and I agree with those the people who found both the liner and the outer glove bunching up in the palm.

As others have found, the hard knuckle armor digs into my hand; but because it is encased in a separate, free-floating shell, you can easily access its underside it with a piece of mole foam to cushion those spots.

Again, I found as others have, that the wrist strap is too short to be useful; but the glove gauntlet fits over my jacket cuffs with relatively little fiddling

I have a 15-mile, 30-minute, one-way commute to work. I went out in 47 degrees and my hands were cool but not cold by the time I got to work. On the way back the temperature was about 60, and they were too warm and starting to get damp inside.

Bottom line: Cool weather only glove with narrow comfort range. Excellent crash protection with roomy cuff. Not breathable, and shell not damp-proof. Sized small for a winter glove. Bulky, but not too much. Irritating fit and feel, though some problems can be solved by alteration.
November 23, 2011
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Impressive protection, reasonably warm
I purchased my first pair of these elsewhere, and I'm back here to buy a second pair. As some have said, these gloves aren't "snowmobile" warm. They keep my hands reasonably warm down into the mid to high 40s (F).

One note I haven't seen in other reviews: they seem to be made with "Little Hotties" brand hand warmers (available at my Costco) in mind. There's a pocket underneath the knuckle protectors that's perfectly sized for the warmer pouches.

In Seattle, I don't ride much at freezing and below freezing temperatures. It doesn't get that cold most of the time, and when it's around freezing, we usually have sloppy snow and ice (not much 'cold and clear'). When I do ride in the 30s, I slip a Little Hottie into each glove, and I pair the gloves with silk liners and Aerostitch Rain Covers (lobster claw). I also have Barkbusters on my Kawasaki Versys. This combination seems to work well with my 40 minute commute, keeps my hands warm.

The gauntlet portion is well-sized to go over a jacket, such as the Aerostitch R3 suit. This would explain another reviewer stating the gauntlet was way too large in diameter for his 'normal' forearms.

A note on sizing - I have long slim fingers, some would call my hands 'girly'. The XL suits me just fine, without a lot of 'slop' in excess fabric. If you've got stumpy short fingers, it's possible this glove is not for you.

I'm impressed with the quality of the construction after a season of use. As I said earlier, I'm buying my 2nd pair. My 1st pair still has lots of life left, but I believe in having back-ups for gear that works well for me.
February 26, 2015
Ride:
2009 Kawasaki Versys KLE650
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
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4 / 5
Good Winter gloves
Order the next size up they run small. Rode in mid thirties the other day down the interstate, hands stayed warm. Need broken in though pretty stiff new.
April 10, 2012
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
2 / 5
Great Value
So this is the second pair I've owned, the first disappeared somewhere while on a road trip a couple of years ago. I rode most of Dec, some of Jan, most of March and now all of April with these glove and they were great. They keep my hands fairly comfortable on my 30 min commute to work and at 6am, the temps are typically around freezing.

Mind you I have had them as low as 25f on a couple of occasions and I was fine with the grip heaters on at full. If you want anything warmer than this, you should be looking at a heated glove me thinks...

They are pretty good as far as comfort although I noticed that the stitching on the outside of my right index and inside the middle finger is in an awkward spot and I can feel it while riding. Not a deal breaker at this price but it would be uncomfortable to spend a few full days riding in them.

I measure 8.5" around my hand and ordered a LG. They did feel a little small at first and I was tempted to send them back for a larger size but after a few rides, they seem to be worked in and fit perfectly now. If I were to wear a liner glove underneath, it would have to be really thin or I would have to wear a XLG Scarab.

For the price this is a great deal.
April 13, 2012
Ride:
2006 Honda ST1300 ABS
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Good cold weather gloves
The Cortech Scarab Winter gloves are great for 38-50 degree rides and offer warmth and protection. I only have two negative takes on these gloves: 1) they are bulky (which is to be expected from a cold weather glove) and 2) there is a seam and/or padding between the thumb and index finger that can create some discomfort while holding in clutch. Otherwise these gloves were exactly what I wanted.
February 24, 2015
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Nice colder-weather glove
I bought this glove after a friend recommended it after a cold morning ride last October in North Eastern Ohio.

I commute to work and we have had a few mornings sitting right at 50 degrees already in the Cleveland Area this year and I can honestly say these gloves worked perfectly.

I had them in the rain last week and my hands managed to stay dry and I still had plenty of grip on the throttle and controls but to be fair, I have hand-guards on my bike and they keep most of the wet out as is.

The protection on the fingers rubs me a big raw at times, especially when my had is gripped around the controls, but that is starting to break in.

Overall I am very pleased with this glove considering the price. I don't ride much below 40 degrees
August 31, 2011
Ride:
2012 BMW R1200R
Cortech Scarab Winter Gloves
Overall I consider the Cortech Scarab Winter Gloves to be a good purchase. So far I have used them in 38-40 degree weather. My hands stayed warm at speeds between 35 - 50mph...but maintaining speeds over 50mph caused my fingers to get cold fairly quick. I think they need to have better insulation on the fingers. These gloves are a little stiff, but they should be fine after breaking them in.
December 29, 2010
Very good for the price.
I've been using these between 30-65 degree weather and in the rain. Waterproofing is good, although it hasn't been through a REAL down pour. Warmth is good at these temps and I've riding in 35 degrees for over 2 hours. I had the "opportunity" to test out there protection. I took a slide at 50mph for about 40 feet. My hands were unharmed. The palm torn but are still wearable. Some slight knuckle scuffing as well as at the cuff.
January 25, 2010
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
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3 / 5
good for cool weather, not cold
I really like my Cortech Vice 2.0 gloves for warm weather, and these have similar protection and padding on the palms, so I bought them at a brick & mortar store when I saw them on sale.

I usually wear a large but thought the thumbs and fingers weren't long enough so I got the XLG. It fits okay there, but the gauntlet part is much too big, like they're made for guys with HUGE forearms. They don't have enough velcro to wrap it closed around my "normal" arms.

I've had no issues with quality and they've held up well, going into their 3rd winter of use, but I don't wear them more than about 4 months here in Los Angeles.

I think they are great for cool weather but when it gets cold, as it did this New Years Day, they do not work well. I did a 25 mile daytime canyon ride and I really should have brought my glove liners. I have to use the liners on my early morning 10 mile freeway commutes, or my fingers will be frozen by the time I get to work. They don't seem to stand up to the windblast.

They feel great, with a soft flannel-like feel, but really should have more resistance to the cold. The armor and padding seem to be more substantial than what I see in other winter gloves, and they do look nice.

For those reasons I will recommend this product but stipulate that they are really best used with a liner or at least for just cool weather, around 60 F.
January 2, 2015
Ride:
2009 Kawasaki Ninja 650R
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Owned a pair already, someone borrowed them and never returned them. Great gloves down to sub 40 degree temperatures, below that leave room for a glove liner. Very waterproof and comfortable.
Dustin R on Apr 26, 2016
Came highly recommended by a friend for wet/winter riding. Wanted to give them a shot.
KLRRider on Mar 18, 2016
Owned a pair already, someone borrowed them and never returned them. Great gloves down to sub 40 degree temperatures, below that leave room for a glove liner. Very waterproof and comfortable.
Dustin R on Apr 26, 2016
Good waterproof gloves, warmer than I thought they'd be.
Tom C on Mar 23, 2016
Came highly recommended by a friend for wet/winter riding. Wanted to give them a shot.
KLRRider on Mar 18, 2016
need for winter riding
Fred M on Jan 5, 2016
A winter glove with real protection
A N on Oct 21, 2015
write-up and reviews sounded like what I was looking for. Appropriate price.
Robert H on Oct 20, 2015
been great gloves, very warm and have stood up well to lots of wear.
robert a on Oct 12, 2015
Hands got cold, these fixed that and then some.
Spitfire151 on Oct 7, 2015
Buying a 2nd pair. I really like these gloves.
Todd P on Feb 26, 2015
Cost and reviews. Having used them for a while now, I really like them.
Scott F on Mar 27, 2014
This will be my second pair of these. The first pair has served me well for the last 2 and a half years, but are not quite so waterproof anymore. These glove are inexpensive, comfortable, and keep my hands warm and dry during my 22 mile commute to and from work during the cold and rainy Seattle Fall/Winter/Spring time.
Eric B on Mar 2, 2014
cold weather / waterproof, positive outweighed the negative reviews
stephen s on Feb 24, 2014
Recommended by friend. reviewed them online.
Jim G on Feb 21, 2014
Need cold weather gloves for a ride in about a week. These have good recommendations so I hope they'll do the trick.
Darin K on Dec 26, 2013
I wanted something that wouldn't break the bank, provide some decent protection (hard to find in winter gloves for some reason), and are warmer than my normal summer gloves, Sedici Ultimos.
Kelly on Nov 29, 2013
Reviews indicated warm cold weather glove but wasn't so so I returned them.
L Y on Nov 28, 2013
Needed winter gloves and these rate well in reviews and the price is great.
Jordon M on Nov 16, 2013
My summer gloves just were not working with this Indiana cold weather!
Adam F on Oct 18, 2013
Riding around Chicago in October/November and my summer gloves don't cut it. I like the cost-protection and features of these
Justin R on Oct 18, 2013
Comfortable, good quality
M I on Oct 14, 2013
Looking for a glove to wear as the weather turns colder + in the rain. My current mesh gloves are great for warm weather but no good once it turns cold.
Suresh R on Aug 14, 2013
Good waterproof gloves, warmer than I thought they'd be.
Tom C on Mar 23, 2016
need for winter riding
Fred M on Jan 5, 2016
Will these gloves break in? I bought them in my normal glove size, and they fit, but are quite uncomfortably stiff. Not sure if I should go up a size for more wiggle room, or if they'll eventually soften up?
Sara L on Feb 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes they do break in a bit, they have a lot of leather, so that will get softer, but the thermal material will also compress somewhat. I had to wear them for about a season to get them just right, about a month to get to all the controls effectively.

They are great for the winter, I live in Las Vegas, and it stays in the low 40's high 30's for about 4 months. Just barely makes it for the 20 minute rides to and from work..