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Glove fits true to the sizing chart. Air flow is good although I have yet to try it in hot weather. One downside is that my right glove split at the seam above my right index finger after wearing them about three times.
May 20, 2013
I own a pair of Sidi's Adventure boots and am very impressed by the quality. So I tried my first pair of their gloves and am glad I did. Very comfortable and the fit is perfect. Protection is there without knowing it. Ventilation is great. I would definitely buy another pair!
September 4, 2012
Summer Glove w/ wrist protection
These are my summer glove in the triple digits of Phoenix, AZ. I have the white/gray version, they offer excellent ventilation and are extremely comfy (split knuckle protectors!). I normally wear a medium and the mediums fit me perfect. I would say after about a years time they stretched only a quarter of a size and haven't loosened up any more which is good. As mentioned about the tightness in the wrist, they have no stretch panels to facilitate getting on and off. This of course is a safety feature to ensure they stay on in a crash. The stitching is still flawless after two years, but there is some minor fraying on the mesh of the left glove because it alway catches on the velcro of my Roadcrafter jacket when adjusting the zipper (kind of irritating). I chose this glove because most other summer gloves do not offer any wrist protection (a common roadrash area) and others either don't have enough protection or ventilation (this guy seems to balance both of those).
Though it is hard to tell how much protection these would offer in a get-off situation...Would I trust them in a 40mph situation? Yes. Would I trust them at highway speeds? Maybe. I generally use these around town and ride the highways with the SIdi Power glove (originals) as they have decent ventilation at speed and are comfy with excellent protection.
-After two years of use, when other summer gloves have given up, these are still in great shape.
-Worth the extra $
-Comfy and airy
-The right balance of protection and ventilation (for city use)
-The mesh is like a magnet to any velcro surface, if my jacket had no velcro these gloves would be near perfect.
-Could be more protective with some reinforement areas, but may then loose some of their comfort (?)
July 30, 2012
Nice hot weather gloves.
I ordered the size L per their sizing chart, but fingers were too short and I could barely get my hand in. Returned for XL, fit is good although the pinky finger is a touch long. No biggee. I see some reviewers have complained about how tight the wrist area is in putting the gloves on and off, I suspect they needed a size up. It's no issue for me with the XL.
Air flow is awesome, I put it on a par with the Held Airstream. I like the protection features and the fact that the cuff is long enough to wear inside my jacket sleeves and over my wristwatch. The two piece knuckle guard is nice, that hinge point makes the fit very comfortable.
These are a little pricey, but I don't mind paying extra if it gets me a better product. There are tons of $60 and $70 gloves out there, but none of them that I tried fit my needs.
August 15, 2011
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