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Nice, but not warm
These are probably fine if you have heated grips and wind guards. The inner insulation flap isn't super gimmicky, and way better than liners that release at the wrong time. They are not warm enough for highway speeds in freezing weather. They are probably fine in 40*F+. I have not tried them in the rain.
January 26, 2015
Get what you pay for, too warm for me going to get a lighter pair
January 6, 2015
Careful with sizing.
These are great gloves however be careful with sizing. I measured, using the size chart, and hand was 10.5. I ordered a XL but the gloves were to small and had to return. The length of the fingers were fine but they weren't wide enough in the knuckles.
January 1, 2015
Like the two layer concept for warmth and heated grips.
These are great gloves and someone really thought through what someone could use in the way of a glove. Comfortable and warm.
December 29, 2014
Bought these gloves for sledding and within 3 weeks seams on the liner split. Have tried to contact Klim but their web site takes so long to load up, lost patience - still wasn't accessible after waiting 20 minutes - coffee, a dump, and a shower.
They are going to lose a lot of customers no matter how good a product they might have.
April 7, 2014
Expensive but Quality Features
These gloves have a great dual feature where you can have more or less insulation and more or less grip. Well made of course from Klim. Nice leather palm. I think worth the higher price.
January 6, 2014
Nice Warm glove
Good Value for the money. The gloves are real solid looking.
December 30, 2013
The best glove I ever had.. waterproof, great snowmobile glove!!
March 25, 2013
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A shopper asked:I haven't hit the right winter motorcycle glove yet, so I'm looking at snowmobile gloves. I've watched the Revz video review and others. Just as an observation from anyone that wears it or has seen it, is the Klim Fusion glove too thick, bulky or inflexible to use on a motorcycle? What do you all think? Thanks for any responses, your honest observations or suggestions welcomed! HNY 2015 all. Charles, Phoenix, AZJan 1, 2015
Chris C:They're warmer than any other gloves I've ever used, but I have to say that I wish I hadn't bought them. I was sold on the adjustable insulation layer, but when set up with the majority of the insulation on the outside of my hand, the extra insulation on the fingertips catches the brake and clutch levers. There's too much give/play inside the gloves to be safe on a motorcycle. Granted, this could be because they are a little too big for me. Ultimately I ended up purchasing a pair of handlebar mitts and now use my summer gloves inside the mitts. They're kinda ugly, but they work beautifully with my heated grips in temps down to the mid 20's. Don't get me wrong, they are gear gloves. I plan to keep my Klim's around for recreation and no longer keep them with my bike gear.Jan 1, 2015
L KEITH R:I have heated grips and use mine all the time. I don't find them too bulky, the bulk is on the back of the hand. They are good down into the low 30's. Good luck. Keith, St.Louis MOJan 1, 2015