Fit and sizing is spot-on- the proverbial glove if you’ll pardon the pun, although with the snug Velcro cuffs closed I was sceptical about their ability to disperse heat-even with low-density padding I feared I might succumb to clammy hands in warmer conditions.
However, even without space age materials, clever design ensures continual airflow through the mesh without feeling chill at higher speeds in blustery conditions. Comfort, feel and dexterity are better than most full-finger designs-there’s just the right blend of insulation and control meaning you can repair tubes, fettle transmission, scoff energy bars and even take photographs without taking them off.
While not advertised as such, the Revolution logos sewn into the cuffs appear mildly reflective, offering subtle defence in dusky low-light conditions. Too thin for serious trail duties; they’re more than up to forest forays- the synthetic leather palms giving plenty of defence against shock and spills alike while substantial fleece thumb does an excellent job of absorbing sweat and tackling runny noses.
The only obvious limitation is in very wet conditions. It takes about twenty minutes persistent rain to become sodden, although this doesn’t detract from control and by the same token, they’ll dry in about the same time. Pop ‘em on a low temperature machine- wash when they become dirty or too fragrant and they’ll emerge looking like new and titanium/black livery should complement most bikes and wardrobes just fine.
road.cc test report
Make and model: Revolution Three Season glove
Tell us what the product is for, and who it's aimed at. What do the manufacturers say about it? How does that compare to your own feelings about it?
As the name suggests, they're a three season's glove designed for pretty much everything bar serious mountain biking and winter riding.
Tell us some more about the technical aspects of the product?
Chinese made, they feature hard wearing, yet tactile Amara palms with and poyester mesh backing. Knobby type padding is designed to prevent pressure on the Ulnar nerve while the fleece thumb takes care of runny noses and sweaty brows.
Rate the product for quality of construction:
Rate the product for performance:
Does everything a good glove should
Rate the product for durability:
More than capable for road use and poss light off-roading too
Rate the product for weight, if applicable:
Rate the product for comfort, if applicable:
Probably the most comfortable full finger gloves I've used to date.
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Tell us how the product performed overall when used for its designed purpose
The three seasons perform faultlessly and despite some initial scepticism-there's no space age materials at play here, airflow is better than most, comfort and dexterity mean they offer superb feel whether gripping the bars or removing tyres by the roadside.
Tell us what you particularly liked about the product
Climate control, comfort and exacting fit.
Tell us what you particularly disliked about the product
Did you enjoy using the product? Immensely
Would you consider buying the product? Yes
Would you recommend the product to a friend? Yes
Age: 35 Height: 1m 81 Weight: 70 kilos
I usually ride: Rough Stuff Tourer Based around 4130 Univega mtb Frameset My best bike is: 1955 Holdsworth Road Path and several others including cross & traditional road
I've been riding for: Over 20 years I ride: Most days I would class myself as: Experienced
I regularly do the following types of riding: cyclo cross, commuting, touring, fixed/singlespeed, mtb,
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