Fieldsheer Overglove 2.0 Gloves
- Waterproof, seam sealed polyester construction
- Clarino® palm and fingertip patches with silicone printing for better grip
- Phoslite® reflective printing for increased nighttime visibility
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We found the Overglove 2.0 to run large. For wearing over standard street gloves, I would recommend ordering a size smaller than your gloves. For use over full gauntlet race gloves, choose the size that matches your gloves.
Our Two Cents
These polyester Overgloves are designed to be worn over your regular riding gloves when the weather turns wet, keeping your hands and gloves dry. Nothing stinks more than riding with wet gloves (literally, if you’ve smelled your old gloves before). These come in a small nylon pouch for storage. The pouch is a nice idea, but it’s really small and hard to put the overgloves back in unless you are patient. Don’t manufacturers try stuff out? I guess not. Anyway, about the product: The Clarino® patches on the palm and fingertips provide a little grip (they have little dots of silicone on them), and the Phoslite® reflective logo ads to the already wild looking visibility. This material doesn’t breathe at all so expect to sweat in warmer temps. Honestly I’m not sure how I’d feel about riding a motorcycle with these two fingered things on my hands, but I guess it would still beat wet gloves and would be a good alternative to carrying both waterproof gloves and non-waterproof gloves all the time.
Happy Customers Who Bought This Product
Fieldsheer Overglove 2.0 - Black, Size Large thru XL......great in the rain, just remember to tuck them into your sleve or the water will run down your arm into the glove Cortech GX Air 2 Gloves - Yellow, Size XL.....nice gloves for warm or w... (Read more...)
The Overgloves are definitely difficult to size properly: I normally wear XL gloves or gauntlets, and the L/XL Overgloves just fit over a full gauntlet, but are huge compared to short street gloves. I hesitate to go to a smaller size because while... (Read more...)