SixSixOne 401 Full Finger Gloves

SixSixOne 401 Full Finger Gloves 

DESCRIPTION

The 401 glove has synthetic clarino palm for durability and sensitivity, A perforated palm for breathabilityTo keep your palms cool and dry, and a slip-on design with a low profile cuffThat won't snag. It also has aTerry cloth sweat wipe onTheThumb. Features 4 way stretch material for a great fit and maximum comfort.

USER REVIEWS

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[Jun 09, 2016]
Cayenne_Pepa
All Mountain Rider

Strength:

~ Clarino palm is super-tough
~ Slide on like mechanic's gloves
~ Four seasons of use and still good for a few more

Weakness:

~ Lack of padding

The 661 Hart & Huntington full fingered glove has outlasted my pricey Troy Lee, Bontrager and Fox Racing gloves by a long shot. In fact, they fit BETTER the more they are used. I'm done with Velcro strap enclosures...they simply get weaker as time and use rolls on.

Similar Products Used:

~ Troy Lee Designs SE Pro
~ Bontrager RXXL
~ Sombrio Prodigy
~ Fox Racing Dirt Paw Racing
~ Royal Racing Quantum

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jun 28, 2012]
Joseph
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Price, quality, looks

Weakness:

0

This are really good glowes, it's really breahtable, comfortable wearing them. I used for almost a year, than started to rip off. They saved my hands for a few times.
I will purchase a new pair of this soon.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Feb 27, 2011]
madsedan
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Price, comfort, looks

Weakness:

They weren't free ;)

After using the rajis for about 6 months with great luck I replaced them with the new 401, it's a little thicker and more substantial than the Raji, after a couple of rides I'm very happy with them, for the money they can't be beat. Very comfortable, nice finger tip grips for the brakes, no material bunching between the fingers, and they breath well.
The guys at my LBS recommended another winner.

Similar Products Used:

661 raji, some pearl gels that sucked

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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