Cortech 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
  • Item # 10299

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Cortech-Scarab Winter Gloves

Fit great, well built, do need some break-in, but otherwise a solid purchase. Seem to be very warm as well. Well armored, thick leather above and below. I will look to purchase a short summer version for riding here in AZ.

wayne - December 10, 2007

(gilbert, AZ)

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Great Gloves

Thermal qualities are great. The flexible hard-shell design is very comfortable. I highly recommend these gloves.

Kevin Morrow - December 19, 2007

(Fredericksburg, VA)

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Cortech - Scarab Winter Gloves

It rarely reaches temperatures low enough in Houston to need a winter type glove. As a recreational rider mostly, I usually end up putting my leather gloves on over silk liners to meet the chill. With the higher price of gasoline, I ride my sportbike to work more often which means that I expose my delicate body parts to the early morning cold and after work commutes. I have had excellent results with the other Scarab Gloves so this purchase was a no-brainer for which type of winter glove to buy. These gloves perform greatly better than expected, to the point where I do not fixate on cold hands any more while I am riding. Warm and toasty! When I need another pair next winter season, there is no question which gloves to get. My only comment is that they could be made in more colors than black to coordinate better with the riding outfits!

Mike De Cesare - December 20, 2007

(Houston, TX)

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Cortech Scrab Winter Gloves

Purchased 2 pair, mine large, wife’s x-small for cold weather/winter rides in New England. Typical high quality Cortech product. Rode in 18 degree weather w/heated grips in complete comfort. An extra small glove is still a bit large for her and wish they came in xx-small. Would highly recommend this product, extremely well designed.

David Wyeth - January 04, 2008

(Brewster, MA)

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Love these gloves. Great protection, not too bulky. Get them!!

Moises Salazar - January 07, 2008

(La Mirada, CA)

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Cortech Scarab Winter Gloves

I bought these gloves for my wife and I. The fit is very nice. Just a little break in. Can't really comment on durability yet, but they appear to be very well made. I like the armor features. We probably will get some of the summer gloves like these as well. Also, very warm on a 60 degree ride. That is the coldest day I've ridden out here. Certainly a great value for the money.

Rick Hall - February 21, 2008

(Big Bear Lake, CA)

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Wow! I cannot tell you how impressed I am with these gloves. Not only "Waterproof", but insulated for the cold weather and they are really comfortable! These gloves were a bit on the high side price wise, but they are worth every penny. Not at all bulky like other winter gloves. Great looking, feel great, and you will be thrilled when you see them. They are true to size. If you wear a large, order a large. If you want a quality pair of outstanding gloves that will last, order the Cortech - Scarab Winter Gloves!

Jeff Wrede - October 15, 2008

(Polk City, FL)

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Glad I bought these.

I did plenty of research on winter gloves before deciding to purchase the Scarab by Cortech. These gloves are really decent down to about 30-35 degrees, especially if I'm just going to work (about 20 minute ride). The cold eventually starts to creep in after about an hour or so which is great considering the price. They are true to size. Don't get me wrong they do feel bulkier than a normal glove but they should, they're winter gloves. I haven't had a chance to test them out in the rain yet.

Alex - January 13, 2009

(Norfolk, VA)

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Great Gloves!

I have been riding into work in 20 deg temps (I have electric grip heaters) and these gloves are performing fine.

Wayne Lee - January 14, 2009

(Las Cruces, NM)

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Haven't riden with them yet, but....

I was stuck in the snow (and again once more) at 12am and managed to unearth myself around 3am. The only gloves that I had were the Scarabs. It was balmy 25 degrees while I was digging with a shovel and at times my gloves. They held up well and kept my hands warm. I'll assume when I'm able to ride on the streets again my hands will stay warm...at least to 25 degrees.

Roger C - January 15, 2009

(North Bend, WA)

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corrtech scarabe winter gloves

These have been very good gloves. They are my third pair trying to find something for cold weather. These have done fine doing 50-60 mph with no windshield at 20 degrees F. For the first hour or so until the rest of me gets cold enough that circulation starts retreating to my body core and away from my extremities.

Laurence Holden - February 26, 2009

(Clayton, GA)

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These are great winter glove. I have worn them for my 20 mile (each way) commute to work on I-5 & I-84 in weather down to 30 degrees at speeds of 55-70 and they have been fine. I don't think I would ride for more than an hour at theses temperatures & speeds without getting cold enough to invest in some heated grips. But, for the half hour I spend on the motor they are great. I have also warn them at temperatures up to about 55 degrees without them feeling too warm. So, all in all, a great glove for the winter weather here in the northwest.

Splinter - February 26, 2009

(Portland, OR)

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Nice pair of gloves!

I purchased these gloves and wore them in 32 degree temps for over 4 hours of riding only had to stop once. They did very well with the silk liners I bought as well. It did rain on me and my hands stayed dry. I would recommend these gloves, very nice craftsmanship!

Brett Mullins - April 02, 2009

(eatonton, GA)

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Great winter gloves

These gloves are fantastic. I really liked the soft, fine grain leather (very thin which was nice for dexterity) and the cut of the gloves. They are also well insulted. I rode in them for 45 mins at 38 degrees and also 1.5 hours at 50 degrees. Very comfortable. They have just enough insulation to not cramp your hands from being tight. They fit great.

newsportrider - April 17, 2009

(Medway, MA)

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money well paid

I was a little skeptical about paying $80-90 on a pair of riding gloves for the cold weather but I have to say that so far, they're worth every penny. The day after I received them I took them on a 120 mile ride for my bike's first service in 26 degree weather. It took about an hour for the cold to really get to my fingers. I wear them every day to work. We’ve had temps down to 15 degrees already and my hands don’t get cold in that ride. The fit is excellent; order the size you usually wear. They are slightly bulky to those who've never purchased a winter glove but that’s a given since they are a WINTER GLOVE.

Jason - June 04, 2009

(nowhere, CO)
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