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    Rating 4.40 of 5 (133 Reviews)
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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
    • Item # 10299

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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 05, 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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    Great fit

    Wore them for the first time today and they were great; they didn't even need to be broken in, great gloves.

    Eric C. - June 12, 2013

    (Dartmouth, NS)

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    Very nice and warm

    My first glove (I just started riding). I have ridden in sub-freezing temperatures with these gloves on and have never felt even a bit of fingertip tingle/numbness. Very warm. In fact they actually are too hot at around 45-50 degree temps. Great choice if you do cold-climate riding and need a winter glove. Not quite as much feel as a mesh summer glove obviously, but you can't have everything.

    Scott - April 18, 2013

    (Canton, MI)

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    Scarab Winter Gloves

    Took out at 35 degrees for 45 minutes and needed liner gloves for rest of ride. With additional glove liner was comfortable and surprisingly flexible. Recommend product.

    RD - January 31, 2013

    (yorktown, VA)

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    Very good product!!!

    I went to San Antonio to pick my bike up today. On the way I got back to my city, the weather was 37F. Even though my hand felt numb, but still rideable. Definitely, it is worth more than its current price now. I believe these gloves should be $150 AT LEAST. You will not be disappointed with these gloves, especially if you have a liner, it will keep your hands warmer for sure, but remember order ONE SIZE BIGGER if you already had the liner or gonna get one.

    Tien - January 26, 2013

    (Corpus Christi, TX)

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    Excellent!

    If there is a better built winter gauntlet out there, I haven't found it. These offer the best combo of warmth, while still having armor (i.e. not a soft ski glove). They are thin enough that I can still manipulate controls, and I was fine (no cold fingers) in upper 30's-low 40's riding for an hour. Some have complained about warmth, but if you get any thicker than these, you can't manipulate small controls. Overall, 5 stars.

    Michael - January 24, 2013

    (Los Angeles, CA)

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    Good value for the money

    The build quality is good and they provide enough cold weather protection to about the 40s. They do take quite a bit of breaking in before they conform to the contours of my hands and grips.

    Sports Tourer - January 17, 2013

    (Manassas, VA)

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    Good Cold Weather glove

    I have ridden at temperatures from 32 - 50 so far with this glove. At 32 my finger tips get cold so I used glove liner. I really like the protection that this glove offers. Just watch out for the the cold weather.

    DR - January 17, 2013

    (Greenville, SC)

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    close but no cigar

    Couple of things. They RUN SMALL. If you are using these as winter gloves get a size up (you will need liners). The insulation is scary thin. Also, there are 'pockets' that point up at knuckle joints...maybe this helps with wind but to me, it's also a pocket to catch rain and allow it to seep into the glove. Silly little design flaws make this glove...well, flawed.

    spaceoddity - January 17, 2013

    (Richmond, VA)

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    my coool weather gloves

    These work well in SoCal Fall spring temps. I got an XLG but they're a little big, so they run true to size. The thumb is extra long and the gauntlet part that wraps around the lower arm is much too big and can't be made tighter, as the velcro patch is too small. Protection is great and padding is very good, though not as comfortable for long periods and my Vice 2's, which fit much tighter. They've held up extremely well, with no loose threads or tearing so far.

    Andy - January 15, 2013

    (Los Angeles, CA)
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