|Furygan Revol Evo|
When it comes to motorcycle gloves, I suppose there are really only two things to consider:
Meanwhile, I discovered when I first got my bike and rode it down from Cheltenham that the gloves are sweat-tacularly hot when riding on a day that is 17C (62F). Indeed, my experience is that these gloves have a pretty limited temperature range: somewhere along the lines of 9-15 C (48-60 F).
With that in mind, then, I’d say they are sort-of adequate late-spring/early-autumn gloves. And to their credit they are cheap, comfortable and, at least, more waterproof than the all-leather summer gloves I use. After less than a year of use, however, there are definite signs of wear and it should be noted that the first time I used them, I set them on a radiator to warm them up and that caused the glue on the Velcro forearm strap to melt.
All in all, I suppose it’s another lesson of You Get What You Pay For and if you can afford to do so, I’d suggest buying different gloves. That’s what I plan to do.