Since I live in the upper Midwest, I haven't had a chance to ride with them yet, but I can tell by the way they feel on my hands they're gonna be great. Great snug fit, fingers are long enough (I have a problem with that), and I can feel well enough with them on that operating the controls will be no problem.
Cortech DX 2 Gloves
List Price: $26.99
Sale Price: $26.99 to $28.99
Cortech DX 2 Gloves
- Clarino 0.8mm palm material with internal foam padding is ergonomically configured to increase grip comfort.
- Durable, two-way stretch material in the thumb, fingers and top of hand.
- Clarino panels are strategically located on the thumbs to help resist wear from grip flanges.
- Neoprene knuckle and wrist panels provide flexible comfort and roost protection.
- Stretch elastane material fourchettes increase comfort and finger dexterity.
- TPR molder finger, top of hand panels and cuff closure.
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Most Helpful Reviews :
This is my second pair of these gloves. They fit my hands perfectly. I have long fingers and these fit just right. Great support and flexibility. They're just plain comfortable. The soft areas on the inside of the fingers finally wore out on my first pair. The DX2s seem to be stronger in that area, so I'm hoping this new pair lasts even longer. You could not buy a better fitting, more comfortable light weight glove for any price in my opinion.
They started out a bit tight but have worn in nicely. Don' yet know if they will last the test of time. Wish they had better protection around the knuckels but for the price they will do for now.
Not extreme cold weather gloves but they're not supposed to be. VERY comfortable and they seem to be very good quality. They fit like a glove should. Very happy with them and highly recommended. However, if you're looking for a lot of hand protection you may want to look elsewhere.
A perfect summer weight light glove. Looks great, and seems to be well made. I wear a large, but I ordered the extra-large, and it fits like, well, a glove. Perfect for the warm weather rides here in Arizona. If you want more protection, I'd get something else, but this works well for it's price range.
Amazing pair of gloves. Great, true to size with the Medium. I bought two more pairs as gifts and they absolutely loved them. I wore my friends Large when I forgot mine and they fit very well. Perfect for warm weather (50+) riding, and decent for 40's, but only at a stretch.
expensive than they are. Gloves like these are usually 30 to 40 bucks. They are not for cold weather. Great grip. I would recommend to get a size larger.
Comfortable gloves however, not the kind of protection I'm looking for in a riding glove.
Had these for a a few weeks now, commuting at least 5 days a week. These gloves are comfortable and are holding up very well. Good padding on the palm area. Some, but not a great deal of protection on the knuckles or back of the hand. Hot to cool weather gloves - not for cold weather rides. They seem to run just a little small, but do stretch & break in. Great value for the price.
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Are these gloves windproof?
Best Answer:These gloves are not windproof. They are summer gloves for hot weather. The mesh fabric shown on the ring and pinky fingers in the illustration is for ventilation, as is all the black fabric around the palm of the glove.