For those hardcore enthusiasts out there who ride all year long, using heated grips to keep their hands at a comfortable temperature, the Fusion GTX is exactly what you need. It makes use of 2 different types of insulation material: a thin, highly breathable, and moisture-managing Push-Pull tri-fleece lining at the palm, combined with the ultrathin and highly insulating Thermolite Plus and Exkin Platinum liner at the upper hand. The Fusion GTX glove combines stretchable, water-repellent fabric on the upper with Pittards Armortan WRX-100 goatskin leather on the palm, topped off with the Dual comp palm slider for maximum safety. Waterproofing is guaranteed by GORE-TEX®, rounding out an incredible glove for the most trying conditions.
- adjustment tab
- adjustment strap
- stretch lips
- visor wipe
- regular cuff
- tour fit
This type of insulation mimics the natural insulation properties of animal fur, a high loft construction; containing more air then fiber; it is a type of natural insulation that traps in the heat.
The Exkin® Platinum® insulation layer is made of a reflective material which preserves radiant body heat and prevents heat loss from the cold, an ultimate technology to improve the insulation properties of the product.
Tanned leather made from goatskin is considered extremely durable, and is often used for gloves and other products that require a soft hide.
Goatskin with a WR finish has undergone a process that makes it water-repellent and soil-resistant. The WR coating is bonded to the fabric at the molecular level, enhancing the fabric’s natural water-repellence and soil-resistance, without altering how the fabric looks, feels, or breathes.
This leather structure is constructed from microscopic fibrils, which are randomly intertwined to form fibre bundles. Armortan® encases these fibril bundles with microscopic, ceramic armour-plates, which are more resistant to abrasion. This increases the durability of the leather by preventing wear on contact surfaces and materials. The leather has also been processed specifically to improve breathability and overall comfort.
This material is REV’IT!’s take on Cordura®. Consisting of 100% high-performance Polyamide yarns, PWR|shell takes the best properties of Cordura® - high melting point, tremendous tear- and abrasion-resistance, and excellent durability - and puts the unique REV’IT! design stamp on it. PWR|shell provides high-performance protection for every rider.
This material is REV’IT!’s take on Cordura®. Consisting of 100 percent high-performance polyamide yarns, PWR|shell takes the best properties of Cordura®—a high melting point, tremendous tear- and abrasion-resistance, excellent durability—and puts the unique REV’IT! design stamp on it. This PWR|shell fabric comes in a stretch variant. 500D indicates the density of the fabric. The higher the number the better the abrasion- and tear resistance properties are.
- suede leather with WR finish
EVA is one of the materials popularly known as 'expanded rubber' or 'foam rubber'. EVA is used as a shock absorber in many REV’IT! products.
- PWR | aramid
Self-contouring foam that is not CE-approved, but still offers a great number of impact-resistant properties, this product is used in areas where mobility and fit are a must, such as the hips. Temperfoam® comes in a solid version as well as a perforated version.
Palm slider made of a durable and high abrasion resistant TPU material at the palm side of the glove. The palm slider makes sure that the glove slides in case the palm of the hand comes in contact with the asphalt. The abrasion resistance of gloves equipped with these sliders is greatly increased, thus reducing the risk of injury significantly.
The GORE-TEX® membrane is the essential element of all GORE-TEX® Gloves. It contains over 1.4 billion microscopic pores per square centimeter. These pores are 20,000 times smaller than a water droplet, but 700 times larger than a water vapor molecule. This makes the GORE-TEX® membrane completely waterproof from the outside, while allowing perspiration to escape from the inside. An oleophobic, or oil-hating, substance is integrated into the membrane, preventing the penetration of such compounds as body oils and insect repellent, which could otherwise affect the membrane.