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REV'IT! Alaska GTX Gloves
REV'IT! Alaska GTX Gloves
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For those traditionalists who prefer an all-leather glove, rather than the lightweight leather-textile mix of the Bastion GTX, The Alaska GTX with its GORE-TEX® membrane can handle the coldest days, with comfort and style. Like all REV'IT! gloves, Engineered Skin design balances protection and performance. The result: a superior winter glove.

  • Primary features: Stretch lips at fingers and back hand, goatskin window grip patches, visor wiper, elastic at wrist, regular cuff.
  • Adjustability: Adjustment strap at wrist, adjustment tab at cuff.
  • Fit: Tour fit.
  • Protection: Leather hard-shell knuckle, polyurethane injected finger knuckles, TPU hard-shell little finger protector, dual-compound palm slider, EVA foam at thumb and wrist.
  • Insulation: Thermolite®, push-pull tri-fleece liner.
  • Outer shell: Goatskin with water-repellent finish, suede leather with water-repellent finish.
  • Visibility: Laminated reflection at cuff, reflection at fingers.
  • Lining: Push-Pull tri-fleece liner.
  • Waterproofing and breathability: GORE-TEX® membrane.

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Location: Texas
Not much better than cheap gloves

These gloves are well constructed and will probably last a long time but the design has flaws that probably all gauntlet gloves have.

The flaws are in the gauntlet. It's not large enough or long enough to easily put it on. I have to force it over my leather jacket sleeves and, while the first one on is doable, the second one is almost impossible with a gloved hand.

Cold weather riding performance was not at all what I expected. My fingers are just as frozen at low temps after a 45 minute commute as they were with some $40 gloves. Well, they are a bit better but not enough to justify the price tag.

I should have bought electric gloves but was trying to stay away from that stuff. I've now accepted that I need a complete electric solution that will be wired to my bike.

If you don't ride below 50 degrees ambient, these will work but I have a real issue with the gauntlets on these gloves. They just are not large enough to be easy to get on.

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