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Held Air Stream 2 Gloves
The replacement for the Held Air Hero Gloves has arrived, the Held Air Stream Gloves offer an ideal combination of superior protection and airflow for warm weather comfort.
- Highly abrasion-resistant kangaroo leather palm
- 100% poly mesh fabric, leather detailed back
- Colorfast and sweat proof
- Unlined palm
- DuPont™ Kevlar® and CoolMax lined back
- Special step seam avoids pressure points on inner hand and enhances feel
- VELCRO® brand closures adjustment at cuffs
- Perforated leather back
- Perforated finger panels and sidewalls of fingers in lightweight mesh fabric
- Perforated hand for maximum ventilation, feel, and comfort
- Visor wipe
- Hard plastic knuckle protection
- Superfabric reinforcement on fingers and edge of hand
- Hard plastic protection with leather covering on side of hand
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Reviews & Questions
Fit: I purchased a size 9, which fits like a size large, These gloves, like the now discontinued Held Agadir, seem to have a normal sized palm but longer than average fingers. My fingers are average length and there is a bit of extra room, particularly in the pinky (note: I tried on a pair of Held Agadirs, and found that the fingers were even longer than the Airstreams.) The finger length for the Airstreams not a deal breaker, however, because much of that slack is taken up when I curl my hand around a grip or make a fist. For what its worth, my Revit gloves seem to have short fingers. Over time, that little pressure on the end of your fingers and thumbs can mean the difference between an extra hundred miles at the end of the day. I seem to fit an Alpinestars XL, rather than a large. Factor this into your decision.
Features. The Held gloves have a nice combo of features and craftsmanship. Kangaroo palms and a decidedly handmade feel, the gloves feel handmade, not machine made. Still, they have many of the technical features you'd find from a big manufacturer: Superfabric covers a portion of the palm and in some areas. Plastic knuckle and ulna protection exists, without garish colors or branding. A little extra leather covers the blade of the hand. The gloves even have a visor wipe. Overall, the styling is muted, and although the gloves are largely black, the palms have grey leather which gives it a nice styling touch. The gloves are almost all leather, with a textile patch containing a held logo across the back of the wrist. While Alpinestars and other manufacturers tend to load up their glove with color schemes to match bike brands, the Held gloves take a more muted approach, Also, you don't walk around like Iron Man; the gloves are streamlined, not bulked up with plastic or carbon fiber, and as a result you retain a good amount of dexterity.
Venting. The gloves have tons of ventilation. I have not ridden them in the rain. I have a six day trip coming up and I will bring with me a pair of Alpinestars Archer gloves #size XL# if it gets wet.
Where I'm coming from: I currently own a pair of Revit Curb and Revit Chevron gloves. Both have short gauntlets because I like to be able to take the gloves on and off without a hassle. I also have a pair of Alpinestars GP Plus for the track. I have owned Spidi gloves and have been on the lookout for a pair of gloves that can fit under my textile jacket but still provide a bit more protection than what I have, in a subtle design. I think these Airstream II gloves fit the bill.
I recommend them.
Another clique is "an once of prevention is worth a pound of cure." I suspect the guy that came up with that saying went down on his bike while wearing cheapie gloves. Stuck with a couple of grand worth of surgical bills to regain "most" of the use in your hands is a lot of "cure" to swallow. And knowing that you saved $100 on your glove purchase pre-crash is no consolation when the Doctor tells you that you might never be able to flip-off someone again.
To be honest, I wish these gloves had even more protection.
While I have not wrecked with these, I do feel they will hold up well when needed. I live and ride in Texas. Its hot here. No, really hot! Not your pansy Northern 90º heat-wave hot. So a comfortable glove is important. These gloves do flow air well. Also they fit me well. I'm of German decent, and these gloves are made in Germany and fit my burly meat-hook hands well. Coincidence? I think not.
All and all, I'm pleased with these gloves. Sure, the $170 price was steep, but I'm hoping they'll last more than one season and offer some great protection in the event I do go down. And that is worth every penny to me.
I use these gloves on my '13 BMW R1200GS.
I live in the Phoenix area and it tends to get a little warm in the summer months. I was wearing MX Thor gloves for a while because next to bare hands they're the best for ventilation. And due to the outstanding driving capablities of the locals, I decided it was time for some good hand protection.
I went to several local stores (none carried Held) and looked at and tried on easily 15+ pairs from no gauntlet to full racing gloves ranging from $40 to $360. Most of the gloves that I tried on felt comfortable but they always had a cheap pleather feel to them and for something over $200 I didn't think that you should get anything less than real leather. And being in Arizona my hand were instant hot as soon as i put them on inside the AC'd store.
So called Eric, talked for a while and Air Stream II's were almost in from being back ordered and placed an order.
Durable, clean look, vent well, good protection, outstanding feel or controls, true to sizing chart.
Don't vent like bare hands do, cost more than a dollar, and don't come pre-bedazzled.
I purchased the Kilm from another vendor and immediately knew something was very wrong, even dangerously wrong. The knuckle protector wasn't centered over my knuckles, and wearing them felt like sand paper. All of us riders understand the importance of gloves, as mandatory articles when riding. Comfort MUST be there. I don't know where Klim sourced those gloves, but they weren't even remotely ready for prme-time.
Enter Held Airstream II. Absolutely phenomenal glove. Fit is perfect, the comfort is just simply perfect, and wearing them makes you not fear long travel.
Clearly Held has done a bit of research on these. This is my first pair of (anything) Held, but I can already tell that I'm a return customer. I just hope they stay in business. Well worth the price, and I'd say to all you sport-touring/adventuring-touring guys, these gloves are MUST HAVES for summer riding.
Anthony knows his gloves. Sometimes you have to call it what it is, and Anthony is spot on stating that the Held gloves are likely the best out there, at least in this price range.
Only complaint with this glove is that the knuckle armor limits movement in some riding positions. Hard to explain, but it's just slightly restrictive, and can cause sum discomfort during longer rides and break-in.
these gloves Do run slightly small, but do break-in and stretch, but ONLY SLIGHTLY.
Very comfortable glove from day one, and they ONLY get better with time.
Airflow is bar none. Features and details are also unbeatable even at this price.
Absolutely recommend, and I am now a Held Fan!
I just ordered the twin Goretex Held gloves for fall....yes, from Revzilla!
The circumference of my left-right hand palm (behind the knuckles) was between 7.5"-8.0" (my right being bigger). The measurement from the top of my middle finger to the bottom of my palm (at the wrist) and it came out at 7.5 inches. I ordered the size 8, but I probably should have gone for a size lower for a tighter fit.
over 2 years ago
Like all past Held gloves, it takes a minimum of 2-3 days riding to get over the break-in. The pre-curve is nice. The thumb-to-forefinger area is a little tight when extending your fingers (like signaling the #5). The break-in should loosen that up.
The gauntlet is a little tight getting over a 'stitch or motoport suit, but it's quite do-able.
I always enjoy the saying. "Got a $5 head? Buy a $5 helmet."
Last note. It wasn't an issue for me, but the cuff wasn't sized to go over my summer jacket. I put them under and couldn't care less.
Pre-curved with no internal seams coupled with spot-on sizing meant no break-in (i.e. used them over a weekend ride of 500 miles with no issues).
In my 40th year of riding, these are some of the most comfortable gloves I've ever worn. Time will tell if they are durable but I have had good luck with Held gloves in the past.
'13 MTS Pikes Peak
'07 Sport Classic GT1000