Features -Advanced leather and mesh hybrid construction, carbon fiber knuckle and Clarino reinforced palm -Lightweight hybrid leather and mesh upper construction -Clarino palm construction with denim reinforcements for superior abrasion resistance -Synthetic leather palm construction with Clarino reinforcements -Reinforced landing zone with built in foam padding offers additional impact protection
(based on 8 reviews)
of respondents would recommend this to a friend.
Reviewed by 8 customers
Displaying reviews 1-4
Back to top
Previous | Next »
(2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)
from chicago, il
Comments about Alpinestars SMX-2 Air Carbon Motorcycle Gloves:
great glove. the only slight downside is the size runs a little small. otherwise great glove. Crashed in it and it still held up, still using them
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
Was this review helpful? Yes / No
- You may also flag this review
(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)
Perfect summer time protection
By Armless Mechanic
from San Diego, CA
Great pair of gloves, been riding in them everyday for the last 10 months. Padding in the center of the palm collapsed, no big deal. These will not keep your hands warm. After 12k plus miles the red mesh is faded, white leather on palm has turned black. They've been sweated in and ridden in the rain without any reconditioning or cleaning and still they are structurally sound albeit a bit smelly.
Gotta Hand it to 'em...
See all my reviews
Best pair of gloves I have owned to date. While it is true they seem to fit a bit tighter than the average glove, this actually works out well for me. I've had problems in the past with gloves, especially the fingers, being too long for me, but not with these. The fingers fit snugly and are thin enough to allow more precise motor functions, like pulling my wallet and card out for gas or strapping my helmet. I loved these gloves so much, in fact, that I've already bought a second pair for when this current pair wears out. Which could be a while. Three months later and the only sign of wear I see on the gloves are on the finger tips, where all of the little rubber pads have torn off. The actual material is still perfectly in tact, however, and I haven't noticed a difference in grip since losing them.My only real gripe is the break-in period. Because the gloves are relatively small, I had to wear mine pretty much non-stop for almost an entire day before they loosened up enough for comfortable riding. Also the fabric on top of the fingers tends to fray easily with any velcro. These are both minor, however. A simple lighter is enough to burn off and fix any fraying, and the break-in period is only a concern for the first day or so.I highly recommend these to anyone who's searching for a smaller-fit glove. They're durable, comfortable, and provide plenty of protection with all the padding. For [$] you can't find much better.
Very light weight
from Houston, Texas
Feels like a second skin. Don't have to take them off for mundane tasks.
Specifications and Options
Connect with Us