Cortech Aero-Flo Gloves
AERO-FLO MEN’S & WOMEN’S GLOVE
- Neoprene backhand
- Air mesh along fingers and backhand for improved ventilation
- Four-way stretch spandex on pointer, middle finger, and thumb
- Clarino™ palm
- Genuine goat leather palm overlays
- Perforation on palm side of fingers
- Accordion paneling across fingers and thumbs
- Stretch Lycra fourchettes
- TPR protectors on fingers with ventilation
- Tricot polyester lining
- Hook and loop closure
- Touchscreen compatible index finger and thumb
These gloves are consistent with the major American based brands we carry such as FirstGear, Tour Master, Joe Rocket, etc, so hopefully you’ve had some experience with buying gloves and can choose based upon the fit of a previous pair. If you have no previous experience with glove sizing, go here for help.
Just as an FYI, you may have previous experience with European designed brands such as Alpinestars and REV’IT! which run about one half size smaller, size-for-size, than the American brands. It is not a universally true fact, but generally holds for most styles. So if a particular size in either of those brands is roomy on you, then you may be able to go down one full size in this style.
Our Two Cents
Cortech Aero-Flo Gloves are a very comfortable and inexpensive street glove for warmer weather riding. These gloves come in women’s sizes too (take the link below).
I just finished reviewing the very similar Aero-Tec glove by Cortech. This glove is much the same but with a bit more protection. For the extra four bucks or so they cost, I’d sure take these just to have at least passable protection in case I fell.
Like the Aero-Tec, the palm material in these gloves is a soft man-made suede material called Clarino. MANY gloves are made with this material because it wears well and is very comfortable. The Clarino palm along with the mesh fabric on the back of the hand makes for a very comfortable and breezy glove. These should work well for you in mild to hot weather.
The “armor” on the knuckles and backs of the fingers is really just a layer of soft rubber, but it covers the knuckles for the most part and is thick enough to feel like it would help protect. The palm area and heel of the hand have an additional layer of leather over the Clarino (but no armor).
Like I mentioned about the Aero-Tec, these aren’t well-armored gloves, but they have more than nothing and are quite inexpensive. And they’ll be very soft and comfortable on your hands. :: Paul, 05-22-20