subin (LA )
I am Alpinestars size M. I was going to get the GP Pro, but it was too tight at the knuckles and large ones are too loose. Had a chance to tried the Dainese Carbon Cover ST size S and it was snug. Size M is much better. but I am sure that after breaking them in, they will be too loose. So, went with the Dainese size S and wore them while vacuuming the house for about 90 minutes twice and that broke them in nicely. They are still snug to put on, but less snug at the fingers. Saved about $100 from going with the Alpinestarts GP Pro and also less protection, but for street riding, the Carbon Cover ST should be sufficient.
Nathan (Charlottesville )
Let me preface this by saying I tried on many gloves, and decided to keep the Air Hero's. Fitment: Order a size up; they're euro fit. They feel roomier than an Alpinestar glove (tried the Masai), however with finger length you'll need to upside. My 8.5"-9" hand fits in an XL very well. The leather on the gloves is nice, tough leather. The double layer on the pinky annoyed me at first as it was very stiff, but it has broken in after a couple hundred miles. Once broken in, this glove has a very special feel; very Italian. If I had to describe it in one word it would be plush. The microfleece on the inside is very soft (and that's its job; it doesn't hold heat). This summer glove flows tons of air with the mesh fingers. The flip side of that is that the mesh fingers will most likely fall apart, as when the velcro sticks to it it pulls a little up. I wish it had leather wrapped fingers like other gloves. Feature-wise, I wish they had palm sliders, but the split knuckle protection is very nice. You're paying for comfort with this glove and still getting most features (but not every single one).
Ken (Fort Collins )
I bought these gloves as "back up" summer gloves and they are holding up well after riding most of the summer with them. The fit was a little tight on my right thumb, but things have "relaxed" a bit and they fit pretty good now. I think the larger size would have been way too large. They offer nice ventilation and the palms are not so loose/thick that they bunch up or get uncomfortable. I bought these on a "deal of the day" and they are definitely worth the price I paid.
Kai (Gainesville )
I originally ordered these in L and they were very tight, returned and went up to the XL and they are slim in the fingers and a tad long but overall the fit is comfortable. I did a 2,000 mile trip and used these exclusively without issue. The liner in the gloves is plush but doesn't stick to your hands like others do. Being able to use the phone without taking the gloves off is a nice touch and I wish more gloves had that feature.
Keith (Queen Creek )
Only complaint is the durability. The Velcro strap that goes across the wrist on the left glove has its stitching coming undone. You can't pull the Velcro apart from each other without further pulling the stitching apart from the glove.
Steve (OC )
This is the 5th pair of AGV Mayhem Gloves I've bought since 2008. They fit me a little small (most gloves I'm a medium) so I buy a large size. Typically last about a summer and a half. I must have long-ish thumbs because they have all worn out at the tip of the thumb first. Still, the comfort is good and the plastic shield across the knuckles deflects road debris. Sometimes I can find them on sale here.