Cortech DX 2 Gloves

    Cortech DX 2 Gloves
    Cortech DX 2 Gloves

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    Rating 4.26 of 5 (28 Reviews)

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    Cortech DX 2 Gloves

    The greatest of ideas are borne out of necessity and Cortech saw a need for a dual purpose glove built to withstand abuse. Back for 2011, the Cortech DX 2 Gloves retains all the elements of the DX gloves from years past and continues on the tradition of a well-built but lightweight glove for adventure riding.

    Features:
    • Clarino 0.8mm palm material with internal foam padding is ergonomically configured to increase grip comfort
    • Durable, two-way stretch material in the thumb, fingers and top of hand
    • Clarino panels are strategically located on the thumbs to help resist wear from grip flanges
    • Neoprene knuckle and wrist panels provide flexible comfort and roost protection
    • Stretch elastane material fourchettes increase comfort and finger dexterity
    • TPR molder finger, top of hand panels and cuff closure
    • Item # 35050

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    No protection offered

    This is an excellent summer glove, but it offers no protection. Those rubber strips are just for show. This glove with knuckle protection would have been a great combination.

    Paul - September 02, 2014

    (Maywood, NJ)

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    Nice Gloves

    I have had them for about 6 months. They are very comfortable and are light gloves. They are nice quality.

    Wil - July 30, 2014

    (Katy, TX)

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    Cortech DX2 gloves

    This is a great glove! I wear them occasionally during the summer. The fit is good, they also look good. Doesn't appear to offer a lot of protection, but it's better than nothing. I would recommend to friends. It has good ventilation and a snug fit. Order a size up, you won't feel it as the fit is stretchable.

    Alex - July 29, 2014

    (Weslaco, TX)

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    Good inexpensive lightweight gloves

    Bought a pair of these a few months ago. Really like them (so well that I bought a second pair for when I finally wear the first set out). Fit me fine, comfortable, and have some protective pieces on top of the fingers. Best inexpensive gloves that I've been able to buy in a while.

    James - May 18, 2014

    (SCHERTZ, TX)

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    Poor Stitching

    Bought these gloves August, 2012. Within a few months the stitching around the velcro on the right glove started coming loose. Now there is barely any stitching left to hold the velcro strap to the glove.

    Tim - December 13, 2013

    (O'Fallon, IL)

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    Awesome gloves

    These gloves are awesome. Great fit, finish, durability and comfort. You can't go wrong with them.

    Mike - December 13, 2013

    (Waterloo, IA)

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    Fit good, decent style, I have no idea how they will hold up yet, and I can't say they have any special features, but the price was certainly good for what I got. The Velcro strap is strange, seems to go the wrong way. I'd like that reversed, but that is my only complaint.

    Jon - November 20, 2013

    (Bakersfield, CA)

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    terrybow

    Very good quality, great value.

    Terry - November 18, 2013

    (Albuquerque, NM)

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    No Problem...

    ...no issues as of yet; not bursting out the seams like my last one...love the color and the flexibility..

    Rick - September 19, 2013

    (Fort Leonard Wood, MO)

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    Cortech Summer Gloves

    This is my second pair of DX2's. The 1st had the problem of a seam tear near the wrist. I am hopeful Cortech has solved this problem. Overall, and why I tried these again, is they look great, feel great, and are cool in the summer. Mesh gloves are never completely protective, but most wear them for ventilation and more protection than not wearing gloves. I am usually between a med and a large in sizing. Bought large and they fit great. Get one size larger than you normally wear.

    Mr. Bugs - January 10, 2013

    (Yorba Linda, CA)

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    Seams Don't Hold Up

    Initially I was extremely satisfied. Then the seam between the forefinger and thumb split after only a couple of months of 5 day a week use.

    Steve - December 20, 2012

    (Fort Worth, TX)

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    Great gloves

    They feel really good. easy to get on and off. look good. price was right!

    Woodb2 - October 01, 2012

    (Richmond, VA)

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    Excellent item

    These will protect anyone to the best. excellent gloves!

    Rafael - September 10, 2012

    (Jersey City, NJ)

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    Dont buy

    They fit nice and look good and all but I recently crashed with these gloves on and they offered ZERO protection. The gloves just completely ripped open on the sides of the fingers and my nails and skin got messed up. Invest in a better pair of gloves...

    John - July 10, 2012

    (miami, FL)

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    You get what you pay for

    The gloves fit great. After a couple of weeks of use the rubber knuckle guards started to peel off. Decent cheap gloves for a rider on the budget.

    Alex - May 30, 2012

    (Portland, OR)
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