SixSixOne Raji Glove

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Thin to win

Rating: Featured Member Review
The Good:

feel great

The Bad:

won't last long

Overall Review:

I picked up a pair of these gloves for about $8 recently. Somewhere in the first few minutes of riding with them they became my favorites as they felt like I was wearing nothing on my hands, yet provided a barrier from sweat making the grips or brakes slippery. After that first trail ride, these quickly took their place in the middle of the pack since they looked like I had been through a war. The palms were pretty chewed up and I wondered how long they would hold up to my abuse. I have probably had a dozen rides with them and feel like they are getting close to glove heaven but will continue to rock them as long as I can.

As a plus these Read More »

Overall Review:

I picked up a pair of these gloves for about $8 recently. Somewhere in the first few minutes of riding with them they became my favorites as they felt like I was wearing nothing on my hands, yet provided a barrier from sweat making the grips or brakes slippery.  After that first trail ride, these quickly took their place in the middle of the pack since they looked like I had been through a war. The palms were pretty chewed up and I wondered how long they would hold up to my abuse.  I have probably had a dozen rides with them and feel like they are getting close to glove heaven but will continue to rock them as long as I can.

As a plus these breathe well, have no velcro straps to get in the way, and have a terry cloth back of thumb which should be a mandatory glove feature. 

If you are especially hard on your gear or are looking for gloves with any kind of built-in protection then move along, these are not the gloves you are looking for.

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Vital MTB member SaddleRags
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Comfortable Ever Day Glove

Rating:
The Good:

- Breathable - Thin (better feel for handlebar) - Not too tight and not too loose at wrist - Easy Pull on Tab

The Bad:

- Can easily tear if you crash

Overall Review:

Love this glove as an everyday glove. Doesn't have a lot of padding and I found it to be pretty durable as I am using them in my second season. It is a very breathable glove, where as some previous gloves caused my hands to sweat, these provide a nice change as my hands stay the same temperature as my arms.

Some big pluses: I can still use my touchscreen phone (though this isn't advertised), reach in pockets, and use

The down side is if you crash and catch any part of the top, they will most likely fray or get cut, but mine still haven't fallen apart with a coupe breaks.

Overall Review:

Love this glove as an everyday glove. Doesn't have a lot of padding and I found it to be pretty durable as I am using them in my second season.  It is a very breathable glove, where as some previous gloves caused my hands to sweat, these provide a nice change as my hands stay the same temperature as my arms.

Some big pluses: I can still use my touchscreen phone (though this isn't advertised), reach in pockets, and use

The down side is if you crash and catch any part of the top, they will most likely fray or get cut, but mine still haven't fallen apart with a coupe breaks.

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Vital MTB member BlackBear17
20959 BlackBear17 http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/20959/avatar/c50_Enduro.jpg?1358141941 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/BlackBear17,20959/all 01/13/13 3 3

Lightweight, Lite Quality

Rating:
The Good:

Very Breathable

The Bad:

Rip Easily

Overall Review:

These gloves are super lightweight and almost feel like wearing nothing. The wick any sweat you may have great, but they are super thin everywhere. The lightweight makes sections of contact thin and eventually the gloves wore thru in the palm and thumb area. Had them for about 1 season and they were toast. Wouldn't recommend them as a everyday glove, especially if you crash, you could tear them very easily

Overall Review:

These gloves are super lightweight and almost feel like wearing nothing. The wick any sweat you may have great, but they are super thin everywhere.  The lightweight makes sections of contact thin and eventually the gloves wore thru in the palm and thumb area.  Had them for about 1 season and they were toast.  Wouldn't recommend them as a everyday glove, especially if you crash, you could tear them very easily

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Vital MTB member royalbomber
6415 royalbomber http://p.vitalmtb.com/photos/users/6415/avatar/c50_Slideshow_133_712284.jpg?1296155055 http://www.vitalmtb.com/community/royalbomber,6415/all 01/25/11 3 17 13

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Product SixSixOne Raji Glove
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Miscellaneous Raji InspiralThe world-renowned Raji glove use a thin well ventilated mesh back. A streamlined pull on compression cuff adds comfort and simplicity to the glove. Palm area is ultra thin .5mm synthetic leather. Fingertips have a direct printed grip for extra control.Sizing - measure around fullest part of hand XS S M L XL XXL inches 7 8 9 10 11 12
Price $12.38
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