SixSixOne Comp Gloves

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SixSixOne Comp Gloves 

DESCRIPTION

Comp GloveThe original Comp glove has 4 way stretch Spandura mesh back with a direct inject logo. Neoprene and moldedTPR protective pads onThe knuckles. A washable synthetic leather palm, and power mesh onThe side ofThe fingers create a perfect fit, and keepThe glove cool. Sizing - measure around fullest part of hand XS S M L XL XXL inches 7 8 9 10 11 12

USER REVIEWS

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[Mar 22, 2011]
Varaxis
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Fits pretty well, breaths, doesn't really get stinky after a ride, and offers decent protection without being bulky

Weakness:

Fingers may be a bit short for the size sm (8")

Two rides on them and I've managed to blow holes through the end of the fingers. My nails aren't long or sharp...

I think they simply need to design it better for 1-finger braking. Not sure how long it would've held up. My Fox Digits are just starting to tear after half a year or so.

All is not a waste since I got a laugh at the 6" long tags on the side that shows what the glove is made out of in over 20 different languages.

Similar Products Used:

Fox Digit

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RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Dec 13, 2009]
:p
Downhiller

Strength:

good protection on the fingers, thin palm so it feels like your not even wearing gloves. have lasted after many nasty falls.

Weakness:

they are a little uncomfortable but ounce you start riding you don't really notice.

if your looking for a good glove for a cheap price these gloves are for you.

Similar Products Used:

none

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Aug 28, 2008]
hook1080
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Fit, Style, Venting,

Weakness:

Velcro cuff catches on terry wipe and lycra panels

I really like this glove. First off, the tack of the palm is really nice. Second, they look the dogs bollocks. Third, they fit nicely--true to size. They breathe well too-- great for all-mountain jaunts.

Similar Products Used:

661 Descend, Fox Sidewinder

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
[May 18, 2008]
Mikkel suhr
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

everything, i've had them for a year, nothing is not as it was when i brought the m ;)

Weakness:

some text inside the glove.

the best gloves ive ever had tried, nice and comfortable. My cousin had some fox gloves, he destroyed them in a month. and they cost about 5 more euros ?.

Similar Products Used:

...

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RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
[Jul 05, 2007]
Adam Hunter
Weekend Warrior

Strength:

Look nice, mine never fell apart (unlike the other reviews!)

Weakness:

The velcro catches on the finger material sometimes and pulls it apart abit

Bough these as abit of a change from Specialized gloves I usually buy, similar price and look nice. Used mine for about a year now and they are just beginning to fall apart abit. But hey, they were cheap and they've taken abit of a hiding over the past year, will probably go back to specialized or similar next time.

Similar Products Used:

Specialized gloves

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RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
5
[Oct 03, 2006]
Jeremiah

Strength:

Features for the price

Weakness:

Sketchy construction, velcro sticks to finger material and pulls it apart.

Like someone else said, look them over before you buy. So far they have been comfortable and have not destroyed themselves, but the finger material gets stuck on the velcro when puting them on and pulls it apart. Just be careful. Overall not particularly impressed or dissatisfied.

Similar Products Used:

Fox leather MX gloves

OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
2
[Jul 18, 2006]
Eric
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

??

Weakness:

The hook and loop straps immediately came undone. Not much of any padding in the palms.

These gloves may look good right out of the package, but they literally fall apart with some use. Terrible product.

Similar Products Used:

Qranc, Pearl Izumi

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RATING
1
VALUE
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1
[Jun 27, 2005]
Dave
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

They look nice, the top side of the glove is tough

Weakness:

The side you actually use is about as strong as a wet paper towel. Within 1 month these thing started shredding, they are useless. I am very disappointed in 661

Even if the price looks good, don't consider any glove from 661, they are trash.

Similar Products Used:

Pearl Izumi gloves

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RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
1
[Jun 12, 2005]
Brady Robinson
Cross Country Rider

Strength:

Very comfortable, great fit, looks nice. Not too hot for full fingered gloves.

Weakness:

4 seams started coming apart during my first and only ride with these gloves. Bummer.

Give these gloves a serious looking over before buying. Seems like there must be some quality control issues in the factory in China or wherever. Maybe I just got a bad pair. I would have given 5 Chilis had the seams stayed together.

Similar Products Used:

REI gloves, Craft

OVERALL
RATING
2
VALUE
RATING
3
[Jun 05, 2006]
Dave Saxton

Strength:

Its awesome lookin and was 10 bucks-----machine washable

Weakness:

none......supposedly wear easily.....mine didnt....huge mudddy ride the first day and were washed an look like new

If their under 20 bucks go for it and by the way the pricer 30-50$ gloves from 661 are awesome!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Similar Products Used:

Dakine

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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