Icon Pursuit Stealth Gloves
Good Fit Good Style
Icon rocks! A true to size short leather glove that offers just the right amount of air flow, fit ,and comfort, not to mention the protection you need all at a reasonable price point.
May 7, 2015
Sold my icon Timax due to how uncomfortable they were. These make control use much better. Kept hands fairly warm in low 40 weather ok. I am happy with them.
April 25, 2015
This is my first pair of motorcycle gloves so I admittedly don't have much to compare these to. I put in 30 riding hours with these so far and they've done nothing, but become more awesome. The fit guide is SPOT ON.
April 20, 2015
This product is very durable
The gloves are comfortable, durable and have great mobility. They keep your hands warm but don't block out all wind so during the hot days your hands don't sweat in the gloves. The only thing is that the gloves run slightly bigger than true size.
April 6, 2015
No go on the sliding.
Wish I had pics. The gloves are toast. Knuckles got grinded down and the left thumb didn't hold up to slideing.
Went down at 70 and the above happened. I will not be buying these gloves again.
Lucky no broken fingers.
May 20, 2015
Flows a lot of air
- Flows a lot of air
- Knucle protection
- Breaks in period is a couple of rides
- Great styling cues
- Uncomfortable at the fingertips with all the stiching bulked up
- I don't feel that the glove would offer a lot of abrasion protection except at the knuckles
May 18, 2015
Don't get this if you're at all serious about protection
These gloves have three areas where they are perfect:
1. Comfort: the material feels nice on the hand and seems to sit well
2. Airflow: the mesh is pretty extreme, so there's a ton of airflow
3. Style: they look nice
That said, the purpose of motorcycle gloves is to keep your hands in one piece in case of a spill. I am confident that these gloves will NOT serve this purpose. There is basically only a little thin abrasion-resistant strip on the palm, everything else is comfort-leather. This will NOT hold up in a crash, I found a post with pics from a guy who wiped out in a pair of these, and the gloves were all torn up, especially the thumb.
If you're looking for something basic and comfortable for some slow-speed riding (maybe parking lot), these would serve that purpose. Street riding, definitely not. Spend your cash on something made of abrasion-resistant leather.
I'm returning mine and getting a nice pair of Dainese.
May 14, 2015
gloves for short rides
The gloves fit and good breath great. They do not have a lot of protection or padding. They are great for around town but I wouldn't recommend them for commutes.
May 11, 2015