BKP (Cumming )
I'm a fan of Rev'It gloves and have a number of different models. I'm pleased with all of them, and the Fly 2 is no exception. I've traditionally worn a large in Rev'It, and the large fits perfectly in the Fly 2. The perforations flow air fabulously, so it makes an excellent warm/hot weather glove. Below about 60 degrees, I'd want something non-perf. The exterior is mostly goat leather, so the durability should be excellent. Most, if not all of the Rev'Its feature the phone-touch index and thumb now. It works, however, seems to wear thin after about a year if you use it often, on other Rev'Its I've owned. The Fly 2 has a short cuff, which works well for me (and shouldn't interfere with any jacket. Bottom line, great summer glove.
Caesar (Oakland )
Great looking and fitment is spot on. Super value and versatile for on and off the bike wear, meaning it doesn't look like a motorcycle jacket. It's lightweight enough for summer, fall, and early Norcal winters.
Kym (Winterville )
I bought these boots based on reviews from other riders and their looks. I'm a long distance tourer and overall I find the boots to be very comfortable. My only gripe is the quality of the side zippers. They are rather lightweight for a boot, and as a result the one on my right boot broke after only two month's of occasional use.
ken (Pawleys Island )
I am a big fan of Rev it products. The vapor pants work very well. Only have got to wear them on a 54 degree day for about a 3 hour ride. Cant wait to find out how low they can go as far as temperature goes. I am 6'3 230lb and went with xx standard length and they fit perfect.
Craig (Goodyear )
First, the black fabric blocks all wind and the gray is thin enough that a summer day around 60 or so isn't bad to just wear. I wouldn't say the collar would be perfect for anything less than 20 degrees or so. The coldest temperature I've used the collar is maybe 30 and I stayed warm. Not much to say other than if you bother taking on and off a full head balaclava then this thing will be a dream.
John (Chapel Hill )
Fit well and feel good