Cortech Scarab Winter Motorcycle Gloves

4.1 (22 reviews)
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This Cortech glove has an Aniline drum-dyed cowhide leather construction with a HiPora® waterproof and breathable barrier. The palm is constructed of Aniline drum-dyed goatskin with abrasion-resistant, titanium/carbon protection panels and a Schoeller® Dry Skin Keprotech® in the palm patch with titanium/carbon covered padding. The 3M™ Thinsulate® 100gm insulation and soft brushed fleece interior lining provide warmth during the freezing winter months. Other features include molded titanium/carbon knuckle, finger and wrist protection panels, a pre-curved palm and fingers for form-fitting comfort, and a large gauntlet cuff with a leather closure flap that incorporates a titanium/carbon protection patch.


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4.1 / 5.0
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Would you recommend
Giving the finger
Good quality stitching. nice looks. Bought the 3XL but the fit is unusual. Thumb and index finger are extra long. Wrist is tight
December 8, 2017
10 months ago
Would you recommend
Good Winter Gloves
I like the gloves. They are warm and work great. Be aware of the sizing chart though. According to the chart I am a large, so I got the large. No way, not even close. Dealing with Bike Bandit to exchange the gloves was a pain. But OK, now I have the extra large gloves and they are a little small for me but I am going to keep them rather then mess with BB again. So again, great gloves. Order a size (or two, who knows) big. As for me, next time I will be going to the store.
February 23, 2015
Would you recommend
A very good sport winter glove
I use these gloves for street mid-cold riding, down to 50 degrees. Then I break out my bulky Helds.I really like the sport design and look of these. They fit really well. I don't have anything to complain about these gloves. I'm sure there maybe better gloves but not for the price.
January 13, 2015
Would you recommend
Can't ask for much more
These are the best cold weather gloves I've owned. They do not feel excessively bulky and they are much more tactile than I expected, they also didn't really require breaking in. I've been riding with them in temperatures down to 50F, for up to 2 hours at a time moving between 30 and 60mph and they've been quite comfortable. Aside from being warm they appear to offer decent protection in all of the right places (particularly on the palm and side of wrists where many gloves lack protection).
December 29, 2014
Would you recommend
Great gloves
well made great feel warm
December 24, 2014
Would you recommend
Best Value Winter Gloves
I ride all year long. I've ridden as cold as 6 degrees and as warm as 117. Looking for better winter/cold/rain gloves to complement my new Aerostich suit I picked these gloves up nearly full price. This is my 4th set of winter gloves and may very well be my last non-heated pair. Not only did these blow me away with build quality, material quality, and just how well they fit and felt when wearing them, but I'm amazed at how warm they have been. I've ridden in 44 degree rain at 75mph and my hands were dry and cozy. Paired with heated grips these gloves will keep your hands working down into the 20s, but comfort begins to be sacrificed around the low 30s. Without heated grips these gloves are only good for about 100miles at 38-40 degrees riding at 75mph. This means that these gloves will work for the majority of riders most of the winter.

I loved how they cost about 30-40% less than competing gloves in other brands, but what's better is just how well these fit. Though they are still bulkier than a summer glove, they fit pretty similarly to one. I can actually use and feel each finger. Normally winter gloves are vague and useless... they make it impossible to operate any of the controls. These gloves feel natural and are true to their size.

Not only have I told everyone that these are probably the best value gloves I've ever bought (and I've owned many $XXX Astars gloves), but I've already convinced two friends to pick up a pair as well.
October 30, 2013
Would you recommend
Nice Gloves
I like the Scarab gloves so far (have not ridden in the rain with them yet). They seem to be warm enough at highway speeds in temps down into the 20's for me. They also seem to be well made, and offer lots of protection.
February 25, 2013
Great gloves for the Price
So far have ridden in torrential rain and Below freezing weather. They could be a little warmer below freezing for long rides though. hands stay dry and warm above freezing. After use they dry quickly.They are flexable enough to be able to open and close the rain gear and use the Keys. Very happy and best for the price.
November 20, 2012
Would you recommend
Warm but NOT waterproof!
I've never bought gloves online, so I was worried about the fit. They're great! I can even buckle my helmet. The first time they saw rain, however, was a disaster. But I let it go because it was 35 miles in a heavy downpour, and they are so warm. But today, after 10 miles in the rain, they are very wet. The liner has become detatched from the fingers, but not the wrist, which will make them difficult to wear home- in the rain. Bottom line: buy these for the warmth and comfort, but get some rain gloves, too.
May 1, 2012
Would you recommend
Good show
Got these as a gift (that was given as a suggestion), and they are EXCELLENT for the oddball southern winters we have. Riding home in cold rain my hands were dry and warm even after the 20 minute ride.

The design of the gloves makes it easy to pull them off without tugging and jerking on your fingers.

The cons?
They are a bit clumsy, at least right now. I've only had them two weeks, so perhaps that will fade.
There is a _slight_ cold spot on the webbing of my hand between thumb and fingers, but it didn't affect overall warmth.

I daily ride my bike whenever it isn't absurdly windy or stormy weather out there, and so far between these and my summer weight gloves I haven't had a ride yet where my hands are uncomfortable.
January 13, 2012

Specifications and Options

Brand Cortech
Design Black
Cuff Long Cuff
Fabric Leather
Size X-Small, XXX-Large
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Hard to find good winter gloves at Local Dealer
Robert H on Jan 23, 2018
Hard to find good winter gloves at Local Dealer
Robert H on Jan 23, 2018
Are these mens or womens gloves?

When searching I made sure to indicate "men" but the sizing chart show's women's sizes and the comments seem to be made by women.
Lady650 on Dec 2, 2009
BEST ANSWER: Thanks for your question! The Cortech Scarab Winter Gloves that your looking at these will be mens and womens gloves, please let us know your hand measurement and we can assist you in the sizing of these gloves.
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