Jacob (Los Angeles )
I think for the price ($19 12/16), these are spot on. They look and feel like $20 gloves. I didn't feel like I got a super great bargain but I also didn't feel like I got ripped off. On my hand, it fits great; almost perfect. The inside feels nice and comfortable. The velcro closure works well so far. I hope it stays sticky for a while. In terms of protection, about a little bit less than a quarter of the palm has some extra padding. Rest of the palm side seems to feel like a single layer of leather. The back side feels super airy and stretchy which I think is this gloves main strength. There are some hardened raised plastic vents/protectors that aid in the airflow. There isn't much to be expected in terms of protection for this price but I think it's still better than nothing. Because of the huge amounts of airflow, this is a great warmer weather glove. I've been riding at night in the high 40's and my hands are freezing. I also think that this is a good budget or 2nd pair of gloves. Something as a first time glove to get then eventually upgrade or just have in a bag just in case. Wouldn't spend more than $20 on it, but at that price it's an easy buy.
Robbie (Alexandria )
These gloves came in and I was shocked by the quality and fit for the price. I wear XL in gloves and the XXL fit perfect. Been riding in wet and cold weather down to 26 degrees and have stayed dry and warm. Really like the wiper on the left thumb. It came in handy the last time I rode to wipe the frost off my visor.
Greg (Centennial )
These liners give You the dead air space you need in the cold when riding with uninsulated leather gloves.
Shawn (Belton )
I've had these gloves for about a year now and have had no complaints. The fitment is good, they needed to stretch out a bit to fit perfectly (just like soccer cleats) but my pair stretched out with normal use during rides. I've used my pair of SG3's for road use and one track day so far. After two all day rides in the mountains of NC and 50 laps at Carolina Motorsports Park my hands were not uncomfortable. The leather is pliable enough to allow unrestricted movement without compromising safety. The biggest selling points for me were gauntlet style and the scaphoid protection. I bought these for 80/20 track/road use and have been very satisfied so far.
J S Jones (Cave Springs )
Has Good Quality, They looks cool and the Fit is Great, NOW the BUT! Not so much on the warmth. When in the 40's they were ok but now the past couple of mornings in the low 20's with cotton liners my hands got very cold, so no really happy. I ordered the C8 liners to see if that helps any. Option B is electric liners which I was trying to avoid $$ cost.
John (Lakeville )
Great gloves!! Worth the money. I read the previous reviews about the sizing and they were right. The gloves run small. I wear an XL in almost every other glove. I got these in XXL and they fit fine. Initially a little tight, but I know they will stretch to a prefect fit.