Spidi Bora H2Out Gloves (XL Only)
Safety PPE protective motorcycle gloves EN 13594: 2015 certified with Lev.1 knuckles protectors Palm padding Back of hand padding Side of hand padding
Comfort Waterproof, windproof and breathable H2Out garment Glove lined with wadding 100 gr.
Performance Average weight 0,2 Kg Touchscreen
Materials High tenacity elastic flex tenax Nylon 6.6, extreme abrasion resistance Punched mesh fabric Polar microfleece Elasticized fabric Carbon parts High resistant suede microfiber Goat Leather, 0.6/ 0.8 mm thick, high fitting performance
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
We find Spidi gloves to fit similar to other European brands like Dainese, Alpinestars and REVIT, so if you know what size you wear in these brands, we advise you to choose the same size as you’ve worn before.
Just as an FYI, European brand gloves typically fit a bit more snug than US based brands such as Tour Master, FirstGear, Icon, etc. Even though this glove runs a bit more snug, it isn’t so much that we’d advise going up a size, but if you are at all between sizes, choose the larger.
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.
Our Two Cents
The Bora H2Out gloves are a light weight, comfortable waterproof glove for every day use. The styling is sporty, but the gloves are not restrictive or difficult to put on and take off.
Just to glance at this glove, you might think it was a summer mesh glove, but actually the glove is fitted with a waterproof liner to make it waterproof. Palm side of the hand is man made suede which is durable and very practical for street gloves. The heel area of the hand is padded for more resistance to abrasion. The knuckle is covered with a hard plastic protector which is carbon fiber reinforced. The knuckle protector is well padded on the back side so you really can’t feel it with the gloves on.
These gloves include a thermal layer, but be advised… it is pretty thin, so consider this glove for cool to warm weather use, but I don’t think they’d be good for colder weather. For that, you’ll want a glove with a thicker thermal liner. But for everyday use in mild weather, these will be great.
I really like how comfortable and easy to use these gloves are. For occasional use in rain and in the right climate, I think these will really be great. :: Paul, 06-05-19
Spidi says: Riders looking for waterproof and thermal insulated touring gloves, that still provide the best dexterity and riding performance, find in SPIDI Bora the ideal solution. Tailored using fine o.6mm thick goat leather, Carbon fiber knuckles shields, Flex Tenax inserts, H2Out waterproof membrane and a 100gr thermal lining, Bora are entirely EN 13594: 2015 Lev.1 certified.