These gloves are a good value. Fitment is true to size. I haven't used them too much yet but the weather perfection is very good. Not bulky or cumbersome but they fit closely allowing you to pick up and work smaller things without removing them. I only need one pair but if they got lost or destroyed I'd buy another pair.
Same great fit as other Racer Gloves. Warm but not bulky. So far no issues with the inner liner separating from the shell like other gloves. Also I like the amount and type of protection, I.m not a fan of hard knuckle armor, so I really like these and my Guide gloves. Like most gauntlet style gloves they are a pain to wrap over the sleeves of my jacket. But that goes with the style. I wish they had finger wipers for clearing rain and mist from my visor.
Everything is great except for the touchscreen capability. I tried over and over to find the sweet spot on the index finger but nothing works with my iPhone. I have just accepted these gloves will not work on a touch screen.
I ordered this set of gloves after reading about them in Road Runner mc magazine. Fit and workmanship are quite good. Finally was able to use them on a cool morning in South Dakota. They worked well.
I haven’t used them in rain just cool temperatures and heated grips.
The fit is the same as High Racer, my favorite pair of gloves ever but oriented more toward sport & track riding. I needed a new pair of warm gloves for cool to cold weather so decided to try Racer Gloves again.
The fit is the same as my other pair, very comfortable right from the start. Gauntlet is large enough to fit over my jacket sleeve without having an excessive flap to fold over. So far I have only used them in 50 degree temps and they have been plenty warm enough without turning the heated grips on.
Construction looks good, protection is about average for a street winter glove. If I had a criticism, and this is pretty small, the velcro could use a little tab at the edge to make it easier to undo with a gloved hand.
I think Racer Glove brand is the best pound for pound motorcycle glove on the market. Compared to brands like Dainese and Held, it's remarkable that they can keep their price point so low considering how packed they are with features. I have a pair of High Speed gloves and they are simply the best glove I have ever worn. I recently bought the Tour FHH waterproof glove and I am pleased with the fit. They also don't overheat and offer a bit more thermal protection than a standard leather glove. I have yet to test them in the rain and my only concenr is how well they will hold up in the event of a get-off.
Works as advertised. An excellent glove for those in between days in fall and spring, when it's too cold for summer gloves but heated gloves aren't worth the hassle.
Fits perfect does the job
Really like this glove. Fits my hand better than anyother glove I've had. Good for cool mornings on work comunte and does the job when it rains.
Tour FHH is a nice glove
The Tour FHH is my second pair of Racer Gloves (my R-Safe are still great). Racer continues to impress with the quality, fit, and expectations set by the online description of the Tour FHH. I purchased and have wore these gloves through the 2018 winter and 2019 spring Sacramento seasons. They functioned well in the rain and were warm enough for 50s during short trips. I have a lower tolerance for cold and plan to install heated grips.
Lee has been very helpful and the return policy is great for getting the correct size. Thank you very much!
Comfortable and warm down to mid 40s in daytime
I purchased these in advance of a long ride down from Northern California to Socal at the end of December. I knew there would be some long stretches where it would get cold (relative I know) and these gloves helped make the ride more bearable. I would recommend heated grips + these gloves for sustained riding at night or riding below the mid 40s.
Tour FHH glove
I love my Racer Gloves. I've had a pair of Guide gloves for around 4-5 years which have been great. I thought I'd get a lightweight winter glove and the Tour FHH did not disappoint. Lee gave me excellent guidance and advice for fit and as the Guide glove was they are just slightly snug new. I expect them to "Fit like a glove" soon and help keep my hands a bit warmer. It's a short gauntlet style and I can already tell they are blocking any air from blowing up my sleeves.
I love these gloves!
I recently switched from heated glove liners to heated grips on two of my bikes to eliminate cumbersome in-jacket wiring. That left the top sides of my hands feeling cold while the palm sides were toasty. The Tour FHH gloves were just what I was looking for - minimal padding on the palm side for good dexterity and grip, but extra insulation on the top side for warmth along with some knuckle and finger padding for protection.
They work exactly as I had hoped in our relatively mild N. California winter weather. (But in freezing weather I imagine generous hand guards would also be needed to deflect wind.) I also find them really comfortable, and the sizing instructions worked out just right for a perfect fit. As expected the stitching and construction quality look top notch. I will definitely be looking to Racer for an upgrade to my summer gloves next year.
Recently picked up a pair and have been wearing them commuting on my R1200R. With no hand guards on this bike and just the heated grips these have been keeping my hands warm down to 30 degrees on the highway! Unlike most bulky winter riding gloves these still have good feel and are very comfortable. Best cold weather riding gloves I've had!