These are the new Spidi Rainwarrior H2Out motorcycle gloves, they were designed to offer a premium 3 to 4 season glove for riders who want a combination of modern safety as well as comfort and waterproofing.

Importantly for any motorcycle glove designed for use the 21st century, the Rainwarrior has touchscreen compatible material on the index finger tips of each hand, allowing you to use smartphones, GPS units, music players, and other touchscreen devices without having to first take your gloves off.

All Spidi gear is designed in Sarego in Italy, the company has been making motorcycle gear since 1977 and they’ve supplied riders in a wide variety of motorsports, from MotoGP to MotoX and everything in between.

Spidi Rainwarrior H2Out Gloves Model

The Rainwarrior gloves were designed to be both lightweight and waterproof, ideal for use in temperate conditions, particularly for adventure riders and road trips. The gloves have CE certification to the EN 13594:2015 Level 1 standard, and they have Warrior knuckle protectors as well as reinforced palms made from Clarino® for maximum abrasion resistance.

The waterproofing is Spidi’s proprietary H2Out Membrane, it’s waterproof, breathable, and windproof. This allows your hands to stay dry but still breathe and stay cool. Spidi offer the gloves in sizing from S to 3XL and you can choose from black, yellow fluro, ice blue, and dark green-black colorways.

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Spidi Rainwarrior H2Out Glove

Spidi Rainwarrior H2Out Gloves

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