News and Reviews Section — REV'IT Abbey Road Motorcycle Gloves Review
This is an extensive review of the REV'IT Abbey Road Gloves, which I've been utilizing as my main riding gloves for around half a year. The Abbey Road Gloves is a piece of REV'IT's Urban arrangement, which is the Company's best budget gloves focused for more style-centered, city/urban riders. Just like its name, the REVIT Abbey Road Gloves are destined to become iconic.
The high quality drum dyed goatskin leather and stretch panels ensure comfort and freedom of movement. PWR shield knit is added at the palm for extra protection, and with the adjustment strap at the wrist the gloves can be fitted snugly and securely. Thanks to the connect finger tips any mobile device can be operated without taking the gloves off.
As I referenced in the presentation, the Abbey Road Gloves are a piece of REV'IT's Urban arrangement, which is an accumulation of gear focused for design cognizant riders and incorporates each scope of gears from jackets, pants, boots, to gloves. The Urban arrangement is the thing that I adore the most about REV'IT on the grounds that I'm actually the rider who cherishes and tries to wear gear without bargaining looks. So in case you're similar to me, ensure you to go check our their Urban arrangement.
My most loved thing about the Abbey Road Glove is the structure. The gloves come in stealthy dark (used to come in tan also however as of now not accessible), and is complemented by three particular sewing lines on the rear of the gloves, for example parallel, opposite and inclining. The streaming sleeve wrap on the wrist gives an extremely tasteful look to the gloves. I particularly love that there aren't any substantial detectable brand logos on the gloves (there is a black out carved REV'IT logo, which is scarcely obvious).
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