Cortech Scarab Winter Gloves

Scarab Winter Gloves

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Cortech Scarab Winter Gloves

A masterful illusion, the Cortech Scarab Winter glove presents itself as a hard, tough, impenetrable mass of leather, armor and fabric. And yet, while indeed all of these things, the Scarab is also flexible, warm, dry and comfortable. For the experienced all season motorcycle rider, a finer winter riding glove does not exist.
  • Aniline drum-dyed goatskin palm with abrasion-resistant, titanium/carbon protection panels
  • Schoeller Dry Skin Keprotech in the palm patch with titanium/carbon covered padding
  • 3M Thinsulate100gm insulation
  • Molded titanium/carbon knuckle, finger and wrist protection panels
  • Pre-curved palm and fingers for form-fitting comfort
  • Large gauntlet cuff with a leather closure flap that incorporates a titanium/carbon protection patch
  • Soft brushed fleece interior lining

 

 

Keep your hands warm and twisting the throttle with winter riding gloves.

 

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Warm down to 38 deg F but not waterproof

Great winter riding glove (better than others I have owned). They don't stay dry in the rain, but dry out without staining.

manders - February 1, 2016

(palm desert, ca, CA)

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Good Winter Gloves Are Hard To Find

The Cortech Scarab Winter Gloves, Where the only Gloves that said they were Winter Gloves. The size chart was way off. The chart said that I wore a Large So I ordered X- Large. Then 2X and than 3X wich fit. I haven't worn them out yet. I think their going to be warm.

Romuald - January 18, 2016

(Pawtucket , Rhode Island 02861, RI)

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Cortech Scarab Gloves

Since my bike has heated grips, I erred in my choice of gloves and would've returned them had I not worn them. While the gloves are apparently well-made, and the fit couldn't be better, they are simply too thick, and I'm not prepared to wait 'til they "break-in" since they may always be stiff by nature of the materials. Too, I use the front brake a lot and the fingers were too stiff to comfortably use the lever.

Lee - January 6, 2016

(Fortuna, CA)

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Best cold weather glove and year round glove.

These gloves are great, I'm on my second pair and the first ones lasted about 4 years of daily commuting in the SF Bay area. They keep your hands dry, but the leather will absorb water, so I recommend riding with handguards so that they don't become sopping wet. My first pair wore out the fingertips because I got the wrong size! If the glove feels too tight at the fingertips, just return and get the size up and they will last much longer! After 3.5 years they finally wore out where they were tight against my finger tips. I've had my latest pair for a few months and they should last much longer since they are a size up. For the price, these can't be beat and the special hipora fabric means my hands would never get sweaty or clammy.

Mason - December 12, 2015

(Woodinville, WA)

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Pretty good

Looking at others reviews of this made me think I needed a bigger size than I would normally get. That was wrong. I should have gone with a medium size, or just switched them out. My hands still get cold, but it is usually after 30 plus minutes of riding.

Scott - December 5, 2015

(Douglasville, GA)

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Very good glove

I bought these to wear at the end of the riding season and with my Ninja that does not have heated grips or much of a fairing to block the wind. Fit is very good with nice velcro closures to wrap tightly around the wrist. Cuffs are generously sized to fit over the jacket - i wear a regular jacket with a Frogg Togg as a windbreaker and the cuffs fit well over both of them. The gloves are somewhat bulky but once you get on the bike you don't really notice it. They provide good cold weather protection but when I was riding in temps around the low 50s-high 40s my fingers got chilly after about 20 minutes on the bike. I never got genuinely cold, so they did their job. I don't think they'd be enough in low 40s or colder without also having heated grips. All in all I'm very happy with them and would buy them again.

Joe - November 5, 2015

(Ann Arbor, MI)

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Impressive Glove

As others indicate, glove sizing is way off. Chart sized me as L. Ordered XL to fit with heated liners. Without liners XL fit was so tight it took considerable force to bend fingers. Ordered XXL and fit is slightly loose, snug with heated liners, and good flexibility. They do a fine job blocking wind. Hands were only chilly after an hour of riding in low 40s. Looking forward to trying them with the heated liners. I feel they are a good value that should last for many years.

Beauford - February 19, 2015

(Bumfock, TX)

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Great gloves

I bought these because I recently started commuting to work. Riding at 4am, I consistently see temperatures between 33-40 degrees and my fingers were freezing in my old gloves. These did the trick! At 75mph and mid 30's temperatures for a sustained 30 minutes, no sign of finger freeze. Slightly loose on the thumb, but accurate fit otherwise. Construction is top notch, and they're very comfortable. I just wish I'd bought them sooner.

Cameron - February 4, 2015

(San Jose, CA)

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money well spent

Fit well and are very comfortable. Riding at 0c for an hour or so, finger tips get a little cold is my my only minor complaint. Great protection for the hands, well padded, and would recommend them to anyone.

Benjamin - January 14, 2015

(up north, BC)

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Very well made

Haven't had any cold weather yet but gloves are very well made and appear to be able to do what they were purchased for. Stitching, lining, etc seem to be top notch. If they keep out the cold they will be worth every penny.

Buddy - October 28, 2014

(Houston, TX)

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Ok, s'long as it's a mild winter

I like the gloves. They fit well, are comfy, lots of protection, secure and fit over the sleeves of my jacket with room to spare. But after about a half hour of riding below 40 degrees my hands were cold. Not freezing, but cold. I'm going to try them with some silk liners if I can find silk liners.

John - April 5, 2014

(Bayfield, CO)

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3 hour highway drive

I went from Dallas to Austin in 40 degree temps and the first half of the trip wasn't too bad but the cold started creeping in about 30 min into the ride. After I couldn't take any more I filled up on gas and put on some freeze-out glove liners which helped out a ton. I ordered a medium and fit pretty nicely with the glove liners. They have some extra room on the finger tips even with the liners but I would recommend these for any rider in Texas. Great price!

Jeff - January 27, 2014

(Arlington, TX)

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Great cool weather gloves

Good fit- I'm on the large side of a "typical" XL so they are true to size. Good cool weather protection- have ridden in 32 degree weather with no issues. They appear to be well built, worth the investment- time will tell.

Jason - December 17, 2013

(Irmo, SC)

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Can't Go Wrong...

I purchased these gloves based on the many glowing reviews I had read. The gloves are indeed very stylish and well constructed, however, their greatest feature is that they are legitimate cold weather gloves. Honestly, I have not used them below 40 degrees, but they have worked superbly in colder weather conditions. Dexterity is also very good for a cold weather glove. I will buy another pair when my current ones wear out.

Chris - December 17, 2013

(Bethlehem, PA)

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Nice

Very comfortable gloves, good down to the low 40's. They run small- I wear a Lg work glove and the XL are good.

Jim - December 17, 2013

(Jefferson, IA)
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