Rev’it’s Cassini H2o Gloves Review: Must-Have for Winter Riding?

Balancing warmth, waterproofing, breathability, and dexterity in a winter glove can be tricky. When I came across the new Revit Casino motorcycle gloves, I was intrigued by their potential. In this in-depth review, I’ll cover whether these gloves live up to their promise as winter staples for city riding.

But, the main question I will answer in this review will be: Is this the best top-rated motorcycle gloves for cold weather for you? Let’s find out!

Rev’it’s Cassini H2o Gloves Review


Key Takeaways

  • Waterproof yet breathable
  • Touchscreen-friendly fingertips
  • Premium protection from elements

A Refined Design for Premium Winter Protection

Last year’s Revit Hydra 2 gloves were a bestseller due to their optimal balance of weather protection and flexibility.

The heavyweight Hydras nailed critical factors like insulation, waterproofing, and breathability without becoming overbuilt oven mitts limiting dexterity. My only critique was their polarizing aesthetics, emblazoned with huge logos.

The Casinos address this flaw, crafted in cotton twill and leather with subtle, professional-looking branding.

With equal specs to the Hydra 2s, plus a sleeker design, the Casinos earn my wholehearted recommendation as this winter’s prime urban riding glove.

What Exactly Makes The Revit Casinos Excel as Cold Weather Riding Gloves?

Abrasion Protection

  • Diamond-grade goatskin leather construction
  • Double stitching for durability
  • Cowhide palm reinforcement
  • Thermoplastic polyurethane (TPU) knuckle armor

Weather Resistance

  • Hydratex waterproof, breathable membrane
  • Thinsulate insulation layer
  • Long cuffs seal out snow and rain

Comfort Features

  • Soft goatskin palm
  • Spandex gussets for flexibility
  • Touchscreen-compatible fingertip

The Casinos artfully balance abrasion protection, weather barriers, insulation, and flexibility – key factors for winter motorcycle gloves.

Designing Winter Gloves Without Sacrificing Dexterity

Bulky gloves, commonly sold as “winter motorcycle gloves,” force an unpleasant tradeoff: warmth for dexterity.

Riders end up with oven-mitt gloves, allowing little handlebar control. The Hydra 2s and new Casinos show properly designed winter riding gloves (1) that don’t require this sacrifice.

The Casinos use a lightweight 40g Thinsulate insulation membrane and a deceptively thin, waterproof Hydratex layer for thermal protection without excess bulk.

Spandex gussets between the fingers ribbed Lycra on the backs, and a soft, supple goatskin palm also enhance flexibility. Together, the materials enable excellent grip and brake/throttle control reminiscent of lightweight