Quality Issue For GP Pro Gloves.
Dr. Rahi -
October 09, 2012(Riyadh, KSA, MD)
I purchased a pair & wore them in Riyadh about 10 times before the suede on the palm of my hand came apart & torn at the medial & palmer aspect of my right hand. Imagine my disappointment. I wear medium & this was a good fit. My Taichi gloves are more than 10 years old & without any issues. I take care of my gear by conditioning leather regularly. The temp.in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia can be 45 deg. Centigrade at night in the summer, but I did not experience any discomfort..
July 16, 2012(Queens, NY)
Quality product. Like all things you get what you pay for so the price is worth the protection. Only thing is there's a little bit of room on the tip of the index fingers. Other than that there just fine.
June 26, 2012(Orlando, FL)
I am a large but had to get XXL and it fits perfectly. Good ventilation and the glove feels like it is already broken in.
Great,but slow break in
June 29, 2012(Charlottesville, VA)
Reviews were saying they ran small.They do!I wear XL in other brands and these are alot more snug.I rode for a couple 1-2 hour trips for break in before track days.They are coming around now after 2 days at VIR.Great track glove,little pricey even for what the pro's wear.
high end gear...
April 20, 2012(Maple Grove, MN)
a bit stiff at first but after several rides they have formed to my hands. definitely not a cold weather glove. The price is high but I think you'd be hard pressed to find a better glove.
Got busted by NHRA tech!!!
September 27, 2011(kAMLOOPS, BC)
Bought new GP Pro, Wow!! Very nice, expensive, yes, worth every cent, Yes. Watch the sizing. Good job, Superstore!
good gloves - put over 20K on them - wish leather was more durable
August 22, 2011(Santa Clara, CA)
I purchased these GP Pro gloves a good 4 years ago. I have not had to crash test these so no comment there. I've used these gloves in summer months up to 105F in the bay area and I find them okay. Hard to get in and out of but work. There is venting on top and between the fingers which help. The negative is the durability. I've put over 20K miles on them and on my left hand there is wear at the thumb and in the palm where the leather is only one layer thick.
July 11, 2011(Bend, OR)
I'm a doctor and need my hands. I have had them for about a month. I wear a large and ordered a large, fit well. Comfortable leather, good support. Leather does slightly stretch so don't order up a size. The wrist section of it can go over my leather jacket for added protection and is adjustable. You get what you pay for so the extra money seems well spent. Would buy again, and recommend to a friend.
Nice gloves but poor fit
June 09, 2011(Fontana, CA)
I read all the reviews. I usually wear a med. Had to exchange for xl. Fits ok, thumb a bit long. Not too comfortable. Looks great though. Gave it to my little bro and he seems to like it a lot.
June 02, 2011(Pittsburgh, PA)
I wear large and bought large fit great. you don't want gloves to be loose that's why people are saying they are tight. Get your size. I don't like the fact they do not have a wrist plate (i mean below your palm at end of hand) since that is what hits when you put your hands out to land. I think the teknic is the most bang for buck since it gives FULL protection and is fraction of cost. still sweet gloves and I only put durability as 3 cause I just got them and haven't put enough seat time on them.