Dainese Scythe Gloves The colors of the landscape are blurred by speed, the road twists up a hill, and the sound of air sucking beneath the tank accompanies every twist of the accelerator. Designed for lovers of naked motorcycles with a careful eye to quality and technique, the Scythe is constructed in goatskin with a reinforced palm in Pittards leather that ensures a superior grip on the handlebars Thermoplastic resin inserts protect the knuckles and perforation on the back of the hand and at the sides of the fingers ensures the correct flow of air to the hand for optimum ventilation. Protection Inserts in polyurethane on knuckles, palm and joints of the fingers and on the outside of the little finger Distortion Control on little finger Ergonomics and Comfort Goatskin leather Palm reinforcement in Pittards leather Elasticated inserts Tightening strap Pre-curved finger Airprene cuff Perforated back Perforated palm Perforation on inner side of finger
Nice gloves overall, but pricey.
PostedMay 23, 2012
Rider Type:Moto Enthusiast
Bang for the Buck
Protection & Durability
I've had these for a few weeks now and figured I could help out anyone shopping for them. First, I have tiny hands (for an adult male!). I bought a size Small because my previous 4-Stroke Mediums were too big. I also have the Hellfire Evo in Medium which seem to fit perfect though....
Anyway, at first, these were very tight and uncomfortable. The sliders/protection on the individual fingers hurt and made my hands sore after just a half hour. After the past few weeks they have finally started to break in nicely and are very comfy and easy to get on and off. I would say they broke in quite a bit from new, so keep that in mind if you're in between sizes.
My main gripe with these though is that the thumb and pinky are way too long. The thumb being the worse of the two. and since they are short cuff, the velcro strap doesn't really help to hold them in place too much, so I have to frequently pull them back into position at stop lights. I don't know what it is, but you'd have to have some funny looking hands for these to fit perfect on all fingers.
The venting is pretty good, simply spreading your fingers lets in a nice breeze. The overall construction of the glove is solid and the leather feels very nice now that they've started to break in.
I wear a Medium in Alpinestars (could wear a small though) and I got these in Medium. They fit great, the pinky is a little big but other than that the fit is perfect.
I got these for cold weather riding even though they aren't specifically meant for it. I have ridden ~500 miles so far with them in 45-70deg weather without problems. I am good for hours in the 45-50 deg range.
Nice gloves overall, they are breaking in nicely and feel great.
OGIO No Drag Backpack Drop in back panel laptop sleeve Helmet hood Hydration ready Drop in audio pocket Hidden compression strap system Sternum strap No drag streamlined surface Fits most 15 laptops Multiple interior pockets Dimensions 22h x 14w x 7d 2100 Cu.In/34 L 1.5 Lbs/0.7 Kg Laptop sleeve 13.5h x 11w x 1.5d 420D dobby nylon / molded EVA
When will the Ogio Red/Black No Drag be back in stock?