FGW038 Gloves Bastion GTX
Gloves Bastion
Gloves Bastion GTX
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The Bastion GTX is at the top of our winter glove range. The highest level of breathability and waterproofing comes from the GORE-TEX® membrane. This combines with state-of-the-art fabrics, protection elements derived from our MotoGP gloves, and thermal liners to give you an ultra light, highly protective winter glove. The list of features is impressive, but the bottom line is: you'll probably have a hard time finding a more comfortable winter glove anywhere.

Sizes S-XZL

  • adjustment tab
  • adjustment strap
  • elastic
  • goat window grip patches
  • stretch lips
  • visor wiper
  • regular cuff
  • tour fit
  • REV’IT! gloves feature protection patches on the fingers and knuckles, made of a hard PU protective compound, to keep your hands as safe as possible in the event of an impact.

  • EVA is one of the materials popularly known as 'expanded rubber' or 'foam rubber'. EVA is used as a shock absorber in many REV’IT! products.

  • REV’IT! gloves feature protection patches on the fingers and knuckles, made of a hard PU protective compound, to keep your hands as safe as possible in the event of an impact.

  • SuperFabric® PU injected knuckle
  • Palm slider made of a durable and high abrasion resistant TPU material at the palm side of the glove. The palm slider makes sure that the glove slides in case the palm of the hand comes in contact with the asphalt. The abrasion resistance of gloves equipped with these sliders is greatly increased, thus reducing the risk of injury significantly.

  • TPU hard-shell little finger protector
  • Thermolite® Plus is manufactured from polyester that is 80% recycled material. It is a high-quality, medium-loft, thermal lining fabric. This exclusive mix of fibres traps the air and retains body heat, keeping the motorcyclist warm. The material also stays soft and supple, without bulk, ensuring maximum comfort and freedom of movement for the motorcyclist.

Outer shell
  • Durability and great abrasion-resistance are the defining characteristics of Cordura® from DuPontTM, thanks to its special ribstop weaving. Thick reinforcement threads are interwoven at regular intervals into the fabric, in a crosshatch pattern known as ribstop. This makes Cordura® three times more tear-and abrasion-resistant than standard nylon. Of all the Cordura® fabrics, 1000D provides the greatest tear-resistance. Its melting point at 210ºC allows it to withstand high temperatures. Clothing constructed from Cordura® provides years of protection and comfort, while the water- and dirt-repellant Teflon® coating makes it difficult for dirt to affix to or penetrate any material. This helps to keep your gear clean.

  • Tanned leather made from goatskin is considered extremely durable, and is often used for gloves and other products that require a soft hide.

    Goatskin with a WR finish has undergone a process that makes it water-repellent and soil-resistant. The WR coating is bonded to the fabric at the molecular level, enhancing the fabric’s natural water-repellence and soil-resistance, without altering how the fabric looks, feels, or breathes.

  • schoeller®-dynamic with schoeller® NanoSphere®
  • suede leather with WR finish
  • SuperFabric® technology is an advanced process that transforms ordinary fabrics into unique, highly protective materials. Multiple protective shields are applied close to each other within the fabric, but remain separate to allow maximum flexibility. These micro guard-plates provide an additional layer of protection, without adding weight, and help prevent abrasion to underlying fabrics. SuperFabric® is five times more abrasion-resistant than leather, with just half the weight.

  • The GORE-TEX® membrane is the essential element of all GORE-TEX® Gloves. It contains over 1.4 billion microscopic pores per square centimeter. These pores are 20,000 times smaller than a water droplet, but 700 times larger than a water vapor molecule. This makes the GORE-TEX® membrane completely waterproof from the outside, while allowing perspiration to escape from the inside. An oleophobic, or oil-hating, substance is integrated into the membrane, preventing the penetration of such compounds as body oils and insect repellent, which could otherwise affect the membrane.