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Revit Prime Gloves
The Revit Prime gloves are meant for anyone who wants to hit the streets and go out riding for sport, but is still a bit of a beginner who may not want the full gear quite yet. The Rev’It Prime motorcycle gloves give you good ventilation, they give you that nice sporty look when you’re out on the street. And, coming in at a recommended retail price of almost 80 euros, approximately 90 US dollars, these gloves may be an attractive investment for people just getting into sport riding. At this price, these gloves will be competing with the Alpinestars Twin Ring and the Dainese Veloce gloves.
These are some really sleek and sporty gloves, but that doesn’t mean they sacrifice on comfort or material. These gloves are made of mainly goat leather with 2-Way stretch fabric mesh making up the wrist, joints, and part of the pinky. This material is very light and breathable so it should keep your hands cool. But on top of this, these gloves also come with some perforations on the inside of the index, middle, and ring fingers.
For hard protection, these gloves come with hard knuckles, but, unfortunately, no hard protection on the fingers other than the leather that coats them. On the palm of the hand, you do have a few nice extra layers of leather which should help, not to mention two substantial leather pads at the heel of your palm, which is a high impact area.
These are comfortable gloves and, due to the leather, will break in a little bit with use. They also flex well and allow for a full range of motion with the interior also being soft and comfortable.
If you’re not a fan of neon yellow, then you have nothing to fear, the RevitPrime gloves also come in just a white and black and a black color scheme, with sizes ranging from S to XYL
The Revit Prime gloves are really comfortable and give you a good range of motion in your fingers, while still offering some protection. Though this protection isn’t as much as some other gloves out there, it is good if you want to start dabbling with some sport riding without worrying about going off the deep end.