Empty trails and hero dirt.
The storm is brewing, and your buddies are heading home to wallow in the disappointment of a riding day ruined by rain—but you're not, because you've got Fox Racing's Attack Water Glove. With waterproof insulation your digits will stay toasty and responsive through wet conditions so that you can chase hero-dirt on miles of empty single track, so layer up, throw on your best waterproof kit, and rally through the rain.
The Attack Water glove features 100% waterproof polyester on the top of your hand that keeps precipitation rolling off. There's nothing worse than your fingers locking up, unable to shift or brake, from being too cold to function, so Fox's designers use AXsuede waterproof fleece palm to keep you insulated and warm. The slip on design offers a tight seal to keep water out, and eliminates excess weight from hook and loop straps. Conductive threads in the palm allow for touch screen compatibility, so you can text your buddies pictures of the empty trails of brown-pow.
- Ride through the rain with dry and warm digits
- 100% waterproof construction keeps you dry
- Fleecy insulation from waterproof AXsuede palm
- Conductive thread for touch screen use
- Slip on design omits bulky hook-and-loop closures
- Item #FXR022C
- Q & A
Warm and Dry with style
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
Really like love these gloves! Waterproof, no velcro what's not to like!
I wanted a bit warmer glove for riding around in the cooler temps and while i'm at it why not get something that has some waterproofing to it.
I'll be the first to admit I'm not a fan of the HL (Hand Length) sizing chart that Fox uses, which also means don't listen to what we have written down there to measure the circumference of your hand. Based on there size chart I would be border line between M & L and there is no way I could fit a M and probably not the L.
So for reference my HL is 19cm (7.48") and my HC (hand circumference) is 23cm (9"). I am wearing an XL and find the fit to be just right if not a tick snug.
Love the gloves, time will tell how they hold up. So far smashing through the wet trees and the brush has produced a dry and happy hand for the day's ride.