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Guy came by the shop today wearing these on his bike, he let me try em and holy crap, I went back to my desk and ordered a pair. 

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Externally-stitched for extreme comfort, durable and breathable for extreme riding conditions. The Sand 3 Gloves are summer warriors, on or off road.

 

I'll report back when mine arrive, but can already tell after trying them, these are my favorite for spring/summer/fall. 

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51 minutes ago, Cruizin said:

Guy came by the shop today wearing these on his bike, he let me try em and holy crap, I went back to my desk and ordered a pair. 

revit_sand3_gloves_black.jpg
WWW.REVZILLA.COM

Externally-stitched for extreme comfort, durable and breathable for extreme riding conditions. The Sand 3 Gloves are summer warriors, on or off road.

 

I'll report back when mine arrive, but can already tell after trying them, these are my favorite for spring/summer/fall. 

I have the Sand 2 gloves.  Indeed, they are awesome gloves!

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I have mostly Revit gear now as well... and looking to replace my summer gloves VERY soon. Interested in the feedback!

 

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17 minutes ago, bigorangecntry07 said:

I have mostly Revit gear now as well... and looking to replace my summer gloves VERY soon. Interested in the feedback!

 

As I posted above, I have the Rev'it Sand 2.  As you can see they are not a gauntlet glove, the shorter length means the cuff of the gloves fits inside the jacket cuff, that could be a pro or con depending on your needs.  They have ample ventilation and flow a lot of air, very nice summer glove! 

Sizing is typical Rev'it - meaning, in my experience they run a size small like their jackets.  I usually wear an XL and had to buy XXL.

The only downside is, they are advertised to have a "connect fabric" on the index finger for digital touch when using a GPS or smartphone, I found this to be hit and miss, mostly miss.  My bulky winter gloves work much better with my GPS touch screen.  YMMV.

I have had them for one full riding season and so far dont have any seams unraveling or separation.

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Oh except the pockets are small. Love my jacket and pants but the entry to the pockets can’t fit my hands. I’m 5’10 160 pounds. But I got big hands. God forbid you have a wound on your hand while trying to retrieve something from in your pocket. 

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I'm a huge fan of Racer brand gloves (Mickeys are my current short gauntlet glove)but I'm always open to good gear reviews. Subscribed!

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Does the Sand 3 slide off of the hand easily in hot (sweaty) weather?  I have been thinking about replacing my Klim Induction short gauntlet due to extra effort required during TX summers, plus it feels a bit thin on protection and the cuff is a hassle to cinch down and get under jacket cuff.  Truly fits like a glove though.


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I have Rev-It gloves for summer. Very comfy and they've lasted three summers now. My winter gloves are Helds.

The moto shop a mile from my house sells both. I may invest in some new summer gloves this year, I'll see what they have.

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I don't know how they'd do in a getoff, but my Sands are 4 or 5 years old and feel just broken in.

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On ‎3‎/‎31‎/‎2019 at 10:06 PM, Nuckingfuts said:

I'm a huge fan of Racer brand gloves (Mickeys are my current short gauntlet glove)but I'm always open to good gear reviews. Subscribed!

I bought my first pair of Racer gloves a few years back and they are easily my favorite.  They felt custom fit from the first time I put them on and needed no break in.  Quality materials and construction.  They are expensive but I have had them longer than any glove I have previously owned including Held.


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BMW gloves are top-class, and unlike with Held (though no doubt fine products) you don't have to sell your first-born to be able to afford a pair.


Wordsmith - a '39 model; bike - a 2019 Tracer 900 GT, Midnight Black and with many farklings.   Redland Bay, SE Queensland, Australia.

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