Sette Signature Full Finger Gloves

Sette Signature Full Finger Gloves 

DESCRIPTION

Synthetic leather palm, ventilated Airprene knuckle protection, terrycloth thumb.

USER REVIEWS

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[Aug 11, 2007]
Gary S
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Full finger for protection, Heel pads, Breathable

Weakness:

Heel pads seem to be placed in areas where they don't help me too much the way i put force on my handlebars.

These are a good glove for protection. Nice and breathable for the hot days. Offer a good level of grip and clean up nicely in the washer.

Similar Products Used:

Bell 3/4 gloves (cheapo)

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
[Apr 29, 2007]
Daniel
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Price, Durability.

Weakness:

The sizes are a little off.

These gloves are worth the money. They are durable and they breathe well.

The only complaint I have is the sizing. I bought a large pair, but they are too small. I have tried on numerous gloves from other brands. Every othe brand the Large fit great. With these gloves the Large needs longer fingers and thumb. Buy a size up. Other than that the gloves are awesome.

Similar Products Used:

Pearl Azumi

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[May 03, 2005]
Tim O'Hara
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Comfortable, breathable

Weakness:

Fit/Durability

I had minor problems with the fit of these gloves. The size medium 3/4 finger version fit great, but the full finger gloves are a little too small(my fault for purchasing online with trying them on). I'm 5'10", 165 lbs. The result is that after only a few months use, the index and middle fingers on both hands are wearing through.

Similar Products Used:

AXO full finger gloves

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Jun 07, 2007]
Tim
Downhiller

Strength:

Cheap. Lightweight.

Weakness:

Fall apart waaay to quickly, palm worn through, fingers torn, stitching loose. Poor fit, tab to fasten badly placed.

They're supposedly cheap, so can't complain about them being cheap... but, for an extra $10 could buy excellent MX gloves that would outlast these glove at least three times. Would not buy again or recomend them.

Similar Products Used:

Fox, Thor, Answer, TLD, etc.

OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
2
[Feb 01, 2005]
Henry
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Good fit, well made, good materials, muted colors, look good, super price. Holding up well.

Weakness:

Rubber patch on back of hand-- very constricting. I took forever to cut each stitch (with a very pointy, sharp scissors) to remove them and the fit and feel were improved 500 percent. Be careful when you do this so you don't damage the glove.

Buy these gloves, but take the stupid patch off.

Similar Products Used:

None. My first pair of full fingers.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[Dec 07, 2004]
aj in ma
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

perfect fit, good protection, very durable and great quality for the $$

Weakness:

Only available in one color (blue)

These gloves have to be the best bargain out there. After spending a fortune on brand name gloves and never getting near a season out of a pair, it's nice to know that someone is offering a glove that not only is comfortable and looks good, but protects well (for x country riding anyway), wears like iron, and is half the price of some brand name gloves. I ride between five and seven times a week and also use them for hiking in cooler (not cold) weather, so my gloves really get beat up. If you like paying for a name to impress your friends, these gloves aren't for you. If you like quality and value without having to pay for all the hype, try 'em.

Similar Products Used:

Axo, Azonic and Fox

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Sep 24, 2004]
Brendan

Strength:

Pretty comfortable, decent padding, good crash protection, easily washable, nice for the weekend warrior

Weakness:

After a season of riding, they have gotten worn out to the point that in some places my fingers are exposed. This is due to a large number of crashes throughout the season. Not suitable for the intense riders.

Good product for 15 bucks, but im not going to buy a new pair because they burn out too fast. But thats what you get for only 15 dollars. And u never know ur mileage my vary. In the end, they save you from a lot of pain for not too much pain in ur pocket.

Similar Products Used:

Other gloves like trek, cannondale

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
4
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