April 20, 2012(Durango, CO)
These are my "go to" gloves for anytime it's cool out. The other reviews have said it all except one thing. Klim stuff runs big. I normally wear a large glove. The medium Inversion fits me. I'm on my 3rd pair, great glove.
January 05, 2012(Shelton, WA)
Got these for xmas. They are oversized, but put liner in them work excellent with our cold wet weather.
December 19, 2011(Austin, TX)
So far, so good. They are cut slightly bigger than most gloves. Seem well made and cut the cooler wind and mist great. Will buy again. I usually give a 4 to any product I haven't tested for a long time. No problems so far. Good value.
December 19, 2011(NP, CA)
Excellent gloves, never notice my hands cold, light weight a pair usually last me a season.
Dual sport gloves
July 08, 2011(Lakewood, CA)
Been looking for a glove like this for dual sport a long time. Can wear a liner for cold morning.
January 14, 2011(Monroe, WA)
Mick must have poor circulation. I rode with these gloves at 20F out and they worked great. The grip feels really good and no wind through the gloves. Looking to get a set for my Cousin in Medium.
OK glove, Definitely NOT 4-5stars
November 15, 2010(seattle, WA)
As far as waterproofing these gloves do a good job, so far. For cold, i.e. 45 degrees hands turned numb on a short 15min ride - dry conditions no wind. I even had a pair of liners underneath so they're pretty BAD for "cold" weather, less than 45 deg forget it. It's a good looking glove that's on the loose fit as far as size.
IMHO: These are really great gloves...
October 25, 2010(Eureka, CA)
Great feel on the bars, nice mid-weight gloves. 40 degrees to 80. I have Klim Dakars for summer (nice too), now I need to find a full-on winter-style gloves.
Christopher R. -
October 12, 2010(Mountain Home, ID)
Great quality as are all the Klim products. Highly recommend them.
February 15, 2010(Milton, FL)
These are good gloves. They give good grip, are not tiring, allow excellent feel of the levers, no blisters, etc. But the main thing is that they work in a large variety of conditions: wet, dry, cold. I'd not wear them in snow or in the summertime which is not their purpose.