Inversion Pro Glove
Ratings & Reviews
One of the most comfortable gloves I have ever worn riding motorcycles. Comfortable right off of the shelf. Wind stopper worked great in the beginning starting to let wind in now. I have to use liners to stop the wind on my finger tips and the back of my hands. I ride a Ducati Multistrata so there is some wind protection just not a lot of it with heated grips. Does well in the summer except for those humid days. I purchased a pair of Induction Short gloves for the summer so hopefully they will work for those days. Overall, I really like these gloves grip is outstanding no slouch here or bunching. will be looking to replace these soon. With another pair.
Bye Bye Cold Hands!
by Amber D.
I'm one of those people who is always cold. When I tried these gloves on at my local parts & accessories shop, I liked how they felt sleek and not bulky compared to some of the other winter gloves I tried. The next day I went for a ~40 mile ride around town in 50 degree weather. I don't have hand warmers on my bike. These gloves did the job: kept my hands warm the entire time without inhibiting my grip on the bars & levers in anyway. I purchased the Small size and they fit a little bit loose on my hands. It seems like offering an XS would be so easy to do considering they offer a 3X - for that reason, only 4 stars.
New Favorite Gloves!!
Best riding gloves out there! They're thin enough to provide dexterity, making them perfect for technical riding, but have enough insulation to provide warmth on moderately cold days. I've actually bought a couple of sets now and don't head up the mountain without them!!
I ride a 2018 Honda Africa Twin with grip-heaters. These gloves do a great job of blocking the wind, there's no insulation to interfere with the grip heaters, and they have great dexterity. I have a pair of Klim Adventure Short Gloves as well, but I often find myself ditching the adventure gloves in favor of these due to the superior dexterity. These gloves are also roomy enough that I can wear wool liners under them. They're a bit warm for the hot days, and they may dye your hands black if you sweat while wearing these, but overall they're a great multi-season glove for pounding pavement.