Dainese Huge Air Gloves Features Reinforced palm Adjustable cuff strap Inserts in elasticated fabric Neoprene cuff Perforated mesh fabric on the back of the hand Knuckles reinforced with high-frequency microinjection insert Silicon print on the palm
I wanted a short glove that wouldn't get me bulky hands, easy to get in and get out of them. The Huge Air gloves seemed great, but there are a few problems: first, the protection is sub-par. Only a single layer of leather on the palm, and that's it. Secondly, the airflow isn't even that great. Maybe I'm expecting too much from mesh products, maybe it really has some problems for exhausting the air that enters, limiting the amount of air that flows through it, but the fact is that I only feel the air moving when I stop in the red light, my hands get sweaty, and then I start moving. After a while, my hands are warm again.
I got a little problem with the sticthing undoing itself in 2 days of use or so, but it stopped evolving and it doesn't seem to compromise the integrity of the product.
The mesh part also interacts with the velcro, wearing the mesh. But I think it'll hold ok in the long run.