Cortech Aero-Flo 2.0 Gloves ::

Cortech Aero-Flo 2.0 Gloves

The Men’s Aero-Flo 2.0 Gloves are expertly crafted for motorcyclists who prioritize both safety and comfort. Ideal for all types of journeys, from sun-drenched rides to cool evening trips, these gloves offer a perfect balance of protection and ease, enhancing your riding experience without compromising on safety.

These gloves are not only practical but also stylish, suiting a variety of riding styles and preferences. They feature a ventilated design to keep your hands cool and comfortable, and are touchscreen compatible for added convenience. Whether you’re an avid motorcyclist or enjoy casual rides, the Aero-Flo Women’s 2.0 Gloves are a great choice, offering durability, comfort, and a touch of elegance for every journey.

  • AX® Suede Connect .75mm palm is more durable than similar thicknesses of leather
  • Genuine goat leather side hand and pinky finger overlays add abrasion resistance
  • High-Flo spandex mesh on fingers and back of hand adds cooling
  • Touchscreen compatible
  • Air mesh and stretch along backhand for improved ventilation and fit
  • Four-way stretch fourchettes for optimized fit and feel.
  • Perforation on fingers for added ventilation and airflow
  • Stretch accordion across fingers for optimized comfort and fit
  • Flexible TPR knuckle protector on backhand for added protection
  • Tricot polyester lining for moisture wicking comfort
  • Neoprene cuff with TPR hook and loop wrist closure
  • Pre curved construction to prevent bunching and reduce fatigue
  • 4-year workmanship and materials warranty

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Sizing Information

These gloves are consistent with the major brands we carry, 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.

Our Two Cents

The Aero-Flo 2.0 Glove from Cortech is a short cuff sport style glove that prioritizes airflow and comfort. This is made very clear with construction that features materials like High-Flo spandex mesh on the fingers and back of hand, air mesh and stretch on the back of the hand, perforation one the fingers as well as four-way stretch fourchettes. To further aid in comfort the Aero-Flo 2.0 gloves also feature a Tricot polyester linger, a neoprene cuff with a hook and look enclosure as well as stretch accordions across the three main fingers.

From a protection standpoint you do get a palm made out of AX® Suede Connect .75mm which is more durable than a similar thicknesses of leather, goat leather side hand and pinky finger overlays for added abrasion resistance, flexible TPR knuckle protectors as well as a little bit of padding on the palm as well as the thumb.

Overall these gloves are very light and comfortable, with extreme dexterity and feel for a motorcycle glove. From a fit standpoint a size large, what I normally wear, fit me normally, my only complaint was that the thumb was just a tad long, but that could be a me problem. From a design and style standpoint the Aero-Flo 2.0 gloves come in four different colors and feature a larger, rubber Cortech logo on top of the wrist as well as a printed one on the pinky.

The Aero-Flo 2.0 gloves are touch screen compatible and performed well with both Android and iPhone devices.

For me personally the Aero-Flo 2.0 gloves are a solid glove for the money, but I would spend the additional few bucks to level up to the Cortech Sonic Flo Plus gloves as I feel that they are better looking, offer better protection and just have more features overall. Again, like other Cortech gloves as well as many other USA based brands (only motorcycle products sold in European markets are required to do CE testing) , Cortech doesn’t list if these gloves are CE rated or not, typically the CE rating is a “bragging” point if you will, so when a company doesn’t list it, it typically means the product isn’t CE rated. Now this could mean that the product, in this case these gloves, isn’t able to pass a CE certification, or it could simply mean that the manufacturer never had it tested. For a protection first rider like myself, that is a drawback. :: Damir 5/16/24