Lightweight, wind-blocking warmth, and ultimate breathability – all key benefits for long days on the trail. The Klim Inversion Glove has a non-invasive feel and gives the rider plenty of mobility to hold onto the grips.
Gore® Windstopper® shell for ultimate wind protection.
They were thinner than I expected. I rode 100 miles the other night with about 30 MPH winds and 25 degrees. My hands didn't even get cold. I was surprised. It does seem like I need to break them in a bit as they were a bit stiff between my thumb and my index finger. Great quality and I'm glad that I bought them.
Hands down the best racing glove for colder weather
I’m shocked at how well these do in 50° to 40° at highway speeds because they aren’t bulky. In fact they have a motocross kind of grip without the cumbersome lining. Basically I can use these gloves when I need to sensitive control of my brake, clutch and throttle and don’t have to carry an extra set of gloves.
These gloves were a little pricey but the moment you put them on you can tell that they are very high quality product. I love riding in them. I have complete control with no loss of dexterity whatsoever. They are not thick and bulky but do block the wind and have no drafty feel. They are perfect for riding in cooler temps! I would highly recommend them!
Fits good. Probably a good snowmobile glove for warmer days but I was trying them out for dirt biking and the palms are just all wrong. I probably shouldn’t even leave a review except maybe I can save a fellow biker some money.
Klim Induction Gloves have been the perfect glove for multiple rides in cooler weather. They are not too thick and allow me to feel the bikes controls yet provide sufficient protection in crashes. I've had several get offs in rocky terrain and they hold up well and protected my hands.
I normally wear an x-large but needed an xx-large for these specific gloves.
I bought these for cold weather rides on my road bicycle they work great at keeping the cold wind off your hands. They also work great in my UTV on cold rides. They are also great for early morning race starts
I have no doubt these would be a problem going down on tarmac, or extremely rocky ground. These are terrific gloves for cold, wet weather in the dirt or on a dual sport ride. They are very warm without being bulky at all, and have great feeling on the levers.
These are my "go to" glove for all but the hottest or coldest rides... Crazy how something like the little loop on the cuff can make putting these on so much easier... i do wish they had a little palm padding. ps: these are non-vented gloves hence the "fair" rating on ventilation
They are great if you use them properly. Early spring and late fall are the times to use these and you will be happy. I run them In temps as low as 40* outside with grip heaters and they are wonderful. I Have used them down into the upper 30*'s but they weren't as toasty.