Spidi Classic H2Out Gloves
- Palm padding
- Padding on the knuckles
- Waterproof, windproof and breathable H2Out garment
- Glove lined with wadding 150 gr.
- Average weight 0.2 Kg
- Wristband adjustment and wrist closure
- Keprotec schoeller reinforcements with high resistance to abrasion
- Primaloft waterproof , breathable, insulating wadding
- Polar microfleece
- Goat Leather
- Goat Leather, 0.6/ 0.8 mm thick, high fitting performance
- Do not Wash
- Do not bleach
- Do not tumble dry
- Line dry in the shade
- Do not iron
- Do not dry clean
- Do not wring
Read on for more details.
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 Spidi Classic glove is an all leather glove with a waterproof liner and medium insulation for colder weather use.
The leather used here is sheepskin, which I’m not accustomed to seeing with a traditional “slick” leather finish. To me it feels just like a nice cow or goat leather. The pictures from Spidi make this glove look like the wrist coverage is longer than it is on the hand. When I tighten up the wrist strap, there is about one inch coverage beyond the wrist, so it really feels more like a short cuff style.
I’m not a big fan of the wrist strap. It has only two snaps to choose from as to how secure the glove and neither securely holds the glove on your hand…. at least not enough to hold the glove in place in case of a fall. But on the other hand (pardon the pun), many winter insulated gloves don’t have a positive means of securing the glove on the hand. Anyway, a functional Velcro closure would have been better IMHO.
Under the leather on the back of the hand is a lighter duty knuckle protector. It will provide some protection in case of impact.
This glove has a waterproof liner to make it waterproof and also the glove has insulation too. I’d judge the thickness to be “medium” which is par for the course in motorcycle gloves. The idea is have insulation against the cold, but not so much that you lose any feel for your motorcycle’s controls.
I can see this glove for urban riders for shorter commutes and at city speeds. The styling of the glove will work well with urban style clothing too. The leather feels very nice, almost like dress gloves. I’m skeptical of the waterproof liner though since a nice leather glove like this won’t hold up to repeated exposure to rain, but nevertheless, it is there if you need it. :: Paul, 06-14-19
Spidi says: Classic is an elegant glove in Hi-Fit sheepskin for urban and touring use. It offers H2Out waterproof and breathable membrane, 100g Primaloft wadding and touchscreen capabilities.