REV’IT! Fusion 3 GTX Women Gloves Review – Relief for Cold Hands?

As winter weather blows in, dedicated riders still take to the road despite the frigid temps. Finding women’s winter gloves that keep hands warm and dry without compromising feel or protection can be tricky.

When grabbing my winter gear, a key question always crosses my mind – what are the best options for total hand protection against the biting cold while retaining flexibility and grip?

But, the main question I will answer in this REV’IT! Fusion 3 GTX Gloves review will be: Are these the best women’s winter motorcycle gloves?. Let’s find out!

REV’IT! Fusion 3 GTX Women’s Gloves


Key Takeaways

  • Toasty thermal insulation
  • Waterproof and breathable
  • Impact protection included

REV’IT! Fusion 3 GTX Gloves – Our Verdict

Having tested my fair share of winter riding gloves (1), I’m impressed by what the Rev’it Fusion 3 brings to the table.

The use of Thinsulate and Gore-Tex sets a new bar for balancing effective cold and wet weather protection with rider comfort and bike control.

The Thinsulate insulation is some of the most effective I’ve come across for retaining heat, making these winter gloves competitive with much bulkier options.

Combining this with breathable yet waterproof Gore-Tex shows clever design thinking. Rev’it’s unique construction that enables heated grip conductivity through the membrane also demonstrates smart innovation.

While they don’t skimp on protection, including reinforced palm leather and hard knuckle guards, what stands out is how the pre-curved shape and stretch panels grant such refined ergonomic fit and feel. The

Fusion 3 women’s gloves really complement the user experience of manipulating bike controls even in freezing winter conditions.

Rev’it managed to retain a remarkable level of tactile feedback and flexibility despite the insulation – no small engineering feat!

After using the Fusion 3 gloves myself in 40-degree riding weather, I wholeheartedly recommend them for the performance-minded motorcyclist who demands both warmth and a responsive riding experience. They justify the premium price by delivering across the spectrum.

Comparison To Other Women’s Winter Gloves

Scorpion EXO Gripster GlovesLightweight summer gloves with air mesh for ventilation
Held Sambia Evo GTX GlovesWaterproof and breathable Gore-Tex glove with removable thermal liner
Alpinestars SMX-2 Air Carbon GlovesTrack-focused gloves with ventilation and carbon fiber knuckle protection
Sedici Avventura WP GlovesWinter waterproof glove with Thinsulate insulation
Icon Anthem 2 Stealth GlovesAll-weather glove with water resistant membrane

The Rev’it Fusion 3 Gortex