Spidi Alu-Pro H2Out Gloves (SOLD OUT)
Safety Side of hand padding Palm padding Back of hand padding
Comfort Waterproof, windproof and breathable H2Out garment Glove lined with wadding 150 gr. Anti-absorbent water barrier
Performance Average weight 0,3 Kg Touchscreen
Materials Goat Leather, 0.6/ 0.8 mm thick, high fitting performance High tenacity elastic flex tenax Nylon 6.6, extreme abrasion resistance Polar microfleece Aluminized wadding Primaloft waterproof , breathable, insulating wadding Polar fleece Variable-density polyurethane shield having shock absorber functions High resistant suede microfiber
Maintenance Do not Wash – Do not bleach – Do not tumble dry – Line drying in the shade – Do not iron – Do not dry clean – Do not wring
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We normally find Spidi gloves to fit similar to other European brands like Dainese, Alpinestars and REVIT, but this glove fits even more snugly. I’d recommend you buy one size larger than you normally wear in gloves. This glove has a medium thickness thermal layer and perhaps the maker doesn’t up-size the shell for the insulation and therefore the gloves fits smaller.
If you have no idea what size you wear, please see the following Spidi glove size chart and hand measurement instructions to help you choose a size (and then go up one size in this style).
Our Two Cents
The Alu-Pro H2Out gloves are a waterproof textile and leather glove with medium insulation for colder weather use.
The styling of this glove is less sport oriented than many of Spidi’s gloves. The shell is a combination of textile and leather, which is a good combo for everyday use. Some goat is used in the palm to give more wear and to add a bit to the abrasion resistance.
This glove is equipped with Spridi’s H2Out waterproof liner so you can use this glove in wet weather without them soaking through. The gloves have a medium weight insulation liner so these will be good for mild to cold weather use. They won’t be comfortable in hot weather though.
The gloves have a longer gauntlet and the cuff opening is adjustable with Velcro so you can make them work under and jacket sleeve or over a more trim jacket cuff like a sport/race jacket (but they aren’t big enough to go over a larger jacket cuff).
The knuckles have a hard plastic protector, but it is covered in textile material so the styling is more street oriented. The heel of the hand is lightly padded and has an extra layer of material. :: Paul, 06-05-19