REV’IT! Avion 3 Gloves Review: Ideal for Casual Summer Riders?

With hundreds of options on the market, finding the right summer motorcycle gloves can be a daunting task.

You want gloves that provide protection without overheating in the warmer months. That’s why I took a close look at the Revit Fly 3 gloves.

In this Revit Fly 3 glove review, discover whether these gloves check all the boxes, but the main question I will answer in this review will be: Are these the best motorcycle gloves for the summer for you? Let’s find out!

REV’IT! Avion 3 Gloves

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Key Takeaways

  • Breathable with airflow vents
  • Solid protection; good value
  • Improved accordion flexibility

REV’IT! Avion 3 Gloves Key Takeaways

  • Perforated goat leather shell
  • TPU hard knuckle & finger protectors
  • The accordion panel on the thumb
  • Touchscreen compatible
  • Lightweight & breathable

An Overview of the Revit Fly 3 Gloves

The Revit Fly 3 gloves build upon the previous Fly 2 model with two key upgrades:

  • An accordion stretch panel on the thumb instead of the wrist for improved flexibility
  • A wider palm area for a more comfortable fit

Otherwise, the Fly 3 retains the same lightweight, summer-ready design of its predecessor. Main features include:

  • Goat leather construction with perforated panels for maximum airflow
  • TPU protectors on knuckles & fingers for impact resistance
  • Touchscreen-compatible thumb and index finger
  • Short cuff with velcro closure for a secure fit
  • Available in sizes S-3XL

So, do these subtle changes make the Fly 3 a worthwhile upgrade over the Fly 2? Let’s analyze the vitals to find out.

Light and Airy Goat Leather Build

Weighing in at just 2.82 oz (80 g), the Fly 3 gloves are extraordinarily lightweight. This allows for supreme comfort and dexterity during use.

The perforated goat leather shell also permits tremendous airflow to keep hands cool. While leather doesn’t offer as much slide protection as textile, it provides better abrasion resistance in a crash.

For street & casual track riding, leather strikes the ideal balance of protection and breathability. Those looking for the ultimate track gloves may want a textile option instead.

TPU Protection Where It Counts

Unlike racing gloves with TPU sliders throughout, the Fly 3 strategically incorporates TPU only where it’s needed most – over the knuckles and