Toshi (Huntington Beach )
1st off - these feel durable, breathe well, and are comfortable enough after break-in. The fingers are a touch long, but that's almost necessary because the fingers are not boxed, and the seams are internal. If the fingers were shorter, the seams would bother my fingertips. Even now, they're just ok. Worse was that for my first couple weeks with them, my knuckles would be sore from the underside of the knuckle protectors. After break-in, they're fine. Otherwise, I've been happy with these. A couple of improvements would make these great gloves. Despite my complaints these are my daily commuting gloves, replacing a pair of leather gauntlets and a pair of mesh/leather gloves that I feel would be shredded if I had an off at freeway speeds.
Graves (Monroe )
Bill (Dunbar )
Go to the next size when you order...mine was tight around the jaw, so removed the foam, now it fits. Nice helmet.
Johnathan (Grand Jct. )
Shipped and delivered in short order. it was exactly as advertised on the web site. The size chart was spot on and it fit great! being an xs it is hard to find a good fitting helmet. Over all I am happy with the whole deal!!
Jason (Eugene )
Bought these gloves at the beginning of last summer (Not online). Wore them for 4 months, then switched to my winter pair. Broke them out again in March and now (July 1) the seams are completely coming apart. The fit was nice, and the plastic protection was in all the right places, but the quality is the poorest I have ever seen from any glove. For the price, I would expect more then 8 months of usable wear before needing replaced. This is not the 1st scorpion product that has (recently) started falling apart faster then usual. Not sure if it is just my luck or if quality control has gone downhill.
Steve (Park City )
I bought the T1200 for me and a T1100 for my girls. Despite the 8 minute video on Revzilla I'm not exactly sure what's better about the 1200 vs. 1100. The 1100 has more vents. I'd have got the 1100 if they had one as nice looking as this one. After a few months I'm convinced the bold colors are helping people see me more clearly than my previous black helmet, and those beautiful colors make this a work of art. The internal visor is a must since it's nearly impossible to get your own sunglasses on, but the visor isn't dark enough. I notice a little more noise when I open the vents but I don't really feel any air circulation unless I open the clear visor. At a stop in dry temperatures under about 70 degrees or so the shield fogs heavily even with the vents open so you have to keep the shield open. The tiny little vent on the top right causes a loud howling noise so I have to keep it closed. The inflatable cheek pads seemed like a good idea but I don't like the extra pressure on my cheeks. It makes chewing anything no good. I leave them all the way deflated. There is no safety rating. They claimed it costs too much and achieving would have added a few ounces to the weight. Hmmmmm...... The fit is decent and the appearance is great. Otherwise, I'm not terribly excited about the helmet.