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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
  • 3MThinsulate100gm 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
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Cortech Scarab Winter Gloves 3.9 5 66 66
Would not recommend for winter riding I have owned these gloves two years. I live in Northern Indiana and bought them so I could extend my riding time into the winter, when there is no snow and ice on the road. The problem is that these gloves are sold as winter gloves, but as many other reviews have stated, they do not keep hands and fingers warm in temperatures below 30. I have a BMW R1200GS with good hand protection and heated grips and my fingers still go numb after 15 - 30 minutes when the outside temperatures are between 20 - 30 degrees. The gloves were also extremely stiff when new and have broken in some, but are definitely not very comfortable. The weird thing is that these gloves are almost too warm when the temperature is above 60. The Pros are that the gloves show very little wear after two years of colder weather use and appear to provide good protection in the event of a fall (I've never gone down so haven't personally tested how they actually hold up and protect in a crash). I have since bought a pair of Rukka Cosmo gore-tex gloves and while more expensive than the Cortech gloves, they are vastly superior. March 1, 2014
They're OK Nice gloves and good quality, although they are more "cool" weather gloves rather than winter gloves. The fingers are a little long which comes in handy because it lets you fit a glove liner underneath. I do like the gloves, just wish they had a little more insulation. February 25, 2014
Small fit with long fingers A quality glove with poor sizing. These glove seem to have all the safety features but are sized very small and tight and with very long fingers. I am a petite 5'0 female with small hands and I wear a size small riding glove of this same brand. Unless you have very slim and long fingers, I would not consider these gloves and recommend them even less if your intention is to wear a liner with them. February 24, 2014
good value protection I bought these as winter gloves they worked quite well until it got into the 20-30 zone. Then it's almost as if they are not even on in regards to the fingertips. I got some thermal liners from REI that were lightweight and that did the trick. At first they are certainly a bit stiff to move around but I've found they broke in quite easily even after almost 6 months of use(almost daily) no shoddy workmanship can be seen. It's a great value for what it is! I would certainly recommend. February 3, 2014
runs a little small I find these gloves to be warm enough to 45 degrees and then they work very well with heated grips. I've had gloves that insulated the heated grips from usefulness. These wrk great! February 3, 2014
Great gloves These are prob. the best gloves I have used. they are well made. the clove is very comfortable and no obstruction when riding. I think they would give good protection in an axident. I would get a larger than normal size and maybe even bigger to accomodate a glove liner which I have yet to find need. They look good too. December 31, 2013
Mostly good These fit true to size except the palm and fingers bind when making a fist. I have not ridden enough yet to break them in so this may improve. On a 20 min ride at 35^F the left pinky finger let in a little cold. Fit and finish are good. Overall good value for the money especially if they break in. Delivery was prompt. December 31, 2013
Nice gloves for the money; maybe they'll break in softer? Love the styling, nice protection, although havent had them below 45 degrees. At that temperature theyre an improvement over my summer gloves, as one would expect, and, therefore, very rideable from a temperature perspective. The only real issue Im having with them is they are stiff and therefore, somewhat uncomfortable. Theyre not precurved much if at all, and as a result, my pinky fingers have a tough time surrounding the bars, meaning they remain in almost a straight position... Kind of annoying, but maybe in time theyll break in more.. Their stiffness, though, gives me some doubt.. Other than this, theyre nice gloves with a pretty true fit. December 23, 2013
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Scott F: Cost and reviews. Having used them for a while now, I really like them. Mar 27, 2014
Eric B: 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. Mar 2, 2014
stephen s: cold weather / waterproof, positive outweighed the negative reviews Feb 24, 2014
Jim G: Recommended by friend. reviewed them online. Feb 21, 2014
Darin K: Need cold weather gloves for a ride in about a week. These have good recommendations so I hope they'll do the trick. Dec 26, 2013
Kelly V: 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. Nov 29, 2013
L Y: Reviews indicated warm cold weather glove but wasn't so so I returned them. Nov 28, 2013
Jordon M: Needed winter gloves and these rate well in reviews and the price is great. Nov 16, 2013
Adam F: My summer gloves just were not working with this Indiana cold weather! Oct 18, 2013
Justin R: Riding around Chicago in October/November and my summer gloves don't cut it. I like the cost-protection and features of these Oct 18, 2013
M I: Comfortable, good quality Oct 14, 2013
Suresh R: 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. Aug 14, 2013

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