Troy Lee Designs XC Gloves

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A new evolution of the original, the XC is a big favorite amongst our team riders. A combination of stretch Spandex and Air-Prene material make the XC a fantastic lightweight, all-purpose glove that is great for both motorcycle and bicycle riding. Lightly padded single layer Clarino? leather palm. 2-way stretch Spandex and Air-Prene material for a lightweight, non-restrictive fit. Soft TPR signature logo sonic-weld for unrestricted knuckle protection. Silicon appliqu? on fingers for increased grip on levers. Velcro? backed TPR wrist closure offers a secure adjustable fit.

User Reviews (29)

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Joseph   Weekend Warrior [Jun 28, 2012]
Strength:

This pair of glowes looks great, it's confortable wearing them. Offers good protection.

Weakness:

I miss the sweat wipe material, not so breathable.

The velcro strap rips out the fibers from the forefinger side. The material on the wrist side has padding, here is attached the handle. After 1 month of usage the padding ripped from pulling on the glowes.

Similar Products Used: 661, Kona
OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
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Ricardo   Weekend Warrior [Sep 22, 2010]
Strength:

Perfect Fit, Confortable

Weakness:

Could do with some more knuckle protectio

Perfect fit very confortable to use and not dear at all...

Similar Products Used: kona gloves
OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
SHALAKO   Weekend Warrior [Nov 05, 2009]
Strength:

Seem to be strong Ive wrecked with them a few times and there not even close to ripping,

Weakness:

none so far

To me these gloves have been worth the money and I would consider buying another pair.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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azi   Weekend Warrior [Sep 24, 2009]
Strength:

Strong & comfortable

Weakness:

Pricey

I've raced enduro and sprint XC wearing these. No problems at all. They have survived several crashes. A bit pricey at $45-50 Australian, but I'd buy them again if needed.

Similar Products Used: Tuff gloves
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
4
yew   Cross Country Rider [Jun 04, 2008]
Strength:

look good

Weakness:

everything else! the build quality is terrible. relatively expensive.

The make of these gloves are terrible!!! I've ordered 3 pairs so far, and they've all been crud!

The first pair which i tried first was a large, fit fine, ordered some in and they were WAY too big, not the same as the ones i tried in the shop.

So then i ordered some mediums, and the fingers were all twisted and the wrong lengths. tried on pretty much every other pair in shop and they all had the same problem!

Ordered in a fresh pair hoping the last ones were a bad batch. same problem, twisted fingers and HOLE in the side of the glove!

I bought these thinking they had a good reputation, ive tried on nothing but ill fitting gloves so far from TROY LEE :(

off to but some fox...

Similar Products Used: fox, specialized BG's
OVERALL
RATING
1
VALUE
RATING
2
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Matt   Downhiller [Aug 18, 2003]
Strength:

Cheep, Great colours(red), comfort is amazing, Stops jaring of wrists, sweat pad, breathable, i had a pair of these last for four years before throwing them out, Tough

Weakness:

lycra side tears easy.

Overall they are shi* hot and i wouldn't buy anything else. They are comfortable and breathable and everything else that makes a good glove a good glove. They are the best.
five little hot biatches

Similar Products Used: Nothing and i wont ever change
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
Craig   Cross Country Rider [Jun 19, 2003]
Strength:

Fit, comfort, looks.

I bought these cause half-fingered gloves make my hands numb. These have worked great so far - even on hot days. My only complaint is that there is a seam coming loose on the side. This isn't due to abuse or a crash, so I am a little disappointed.

OVERALL
RATING
4
VALUE
RATING
4
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WG   Weekend Warrior [Jul 14, 2007]
Strength:

Fit, construction seems fine, good ventilation, good feel while on bike.

Weakness:

Rubber name on knuckles peeling, padding? I know its not in its design so blame my desk jockey hands for calluses from day long rides. Sweat wipe should be bigger.

Good glove. $20 would be a good price. Nothing great but nothing really bad either

Similar Products Used: Fox, Custom LeatherCraft contractor gloves from Home Depot (seriously, try 'em) very similar if not better built than riding gloves
OVERALL
RATING
3
VALUE
RATING
3
John   Weekend Warrior [Jan 30, 2002]
Strength:

Really- fits like a glove. The best fit ever for me. Feels like a leather fit but vents like a mesh. Just enough padding w/o being mushy.

Weakness:

Hard to find my size anymore

The best fitting, feeling gloves I have ever owned! They last and last and last, even after several nasty endos. They never unthread, never harden, never change size. There are no tabs or edges that stick out.

If anyone knows where I can buy them in small, please drop me a line.

Similar Products Used: Axo, Specialized
OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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Albear   Cross Country Rider [Jul 31, 2002]
Strength:

comfortable, long lasting, nice design

Weakness:

fabric wears away

Mr. Bungle, obviously speaking from the amount of experience he has had wearing these gloves, is as far wrong as an Austalian can get *common wealth swimming trials* so trust all the other reviews on here, these gloves are worth the price if your hands are in need of some friendly love.

OVERALL
RATING
5
VALUE
RATING
5
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