Six Six One made the Raji Mountain Bike Gloves from ultralight mesh fabric and cut away every speck of un-needed fabric to ensure these gloves are as light and comfortable as you need. You still get double-layered palms for a little added durability, but Six Six One got rid of wrist straps and went with a streamlined pull-on system instead.
Six Six One Gloves
Measure around your hand at the widest point excluding the thumb.
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These are a great warm weather glove with a very small amount of secondary protection at the lower palm and knuckle joints. They wear decent (have had mine about a year now and they are starting to show wear in the palms). MAN do they breathe well though..... very comfortable glove and plan to buy again and again and again.
Perfect fit, nice feel and they allow the back of your hands to breathe on long hot climbs. Just enough padding for the pedaling, but not so much it hinders during descending. Haven't crashed on 'em yet, but seems well stitched and sturdy. At half price, the bomb! BTW, love the graphics.
bought a 2nd pair today because i love them so much. the last pair has a few holes in them only because i wear them when doing light building (which obviously isnt a good idea for any glove). my hands sweat pretty heavily so riding gloveless isn't a real option for me but these are the closest thing. very light and get you as close as possible to the desired gloveless feel which gives you such control.
I am on my second pair because I went down in a rock garden and ripped my last pair, even though they ripped my hand was undamaged. That being said I will just keep buying Raji's because they are so comfortable. They have unmatched breatheabilty and dexterity. The only drawback would be their durability, but no glove is perfect, I still give them 5 stars.
I was looking for something to save my hands from sweating as well as the rattling around out on the trail. These gloves are just the ticket. I will say, if you're looking for something a little heavier with knuckle protection, this probably isn't your glove. But for everything I do, this glove is absolutely perfect.
got these today and went shredding out on my bike, heres the report. first of all, order a size up, its a must or your gloves are gonna be too tight. lemme get on to the gloves themselves, they're great, fit great, look great, everything you're gonna need out of a summer glove. heres why you want them tho, putting on these gloves and gripping your bike makes you feel like you are Truely in control of your bike. i didnt realize it before, but bare gripping it is like not even holding the bars when you're wearing these gloves. buy em, buy em now!
These gloves are perfect. Well ventilated, easy on and off, love that there's no Velcro, good grip, and the seams don't dig into your fingernails like some other gloves. Definitely recommend these to anyone wanting a simple glove.
Gloves seem pretty cool...light weight / thin and pretty durable. Rode them through the heat of the summer and I sweat a lot. they dont seem to hold too much moisture. I like that they are thin...and i dont see much wear / tear.
Was surprised at first that they didnt have a velcro 'closer'...however the slip on easy and fit well.
Good value, put them at the top of my current list to get some more.
I have been happy with the gloves for the price I paid. I love how well they fit, as well as the ventilation. Another feature that I didn't realize until I got them is that there is no velcro strip to hold them on. This is nice because it makes the gloves less bulky.
The only down side is that some of the seams appear to be coming out, but this is to be expected with a glove in this price range, especially considering how much I use them!
For being so lightweight I am shocked at how durable these gloves are. I have been using a single pair for 2 years of training and racing and they just won't wear out . . . they're just incredibly ugly and faded. I originally bought these because I was looking for a "non-padded" glove that would breathe well and wick away the buckets of sweat that my hands produce in hot weather; the Raji's were the perfect choice. Their only weakness is that the wrist band will eventually stretch out but this only effects the look not the performance of the glove. I would also suggest that SixSixOne produce a short finger model for riding that doesn't require full finger protection. This would make these gloves even cooler on blazing hot days.
These gloves are so light and thin on the top so they give you maximum airflow to keep your hands cool! They are the best gloves I've found for riding in our HOT AZ summers. They fit really well and have no restrictions. Sometimes for get their even on. They still give good protection to the bottoms of you hand and finger; I proved that today on some pretty rough and rocky terrain. Unfortunately they don't keep cactus needs out though.
Best MTB gloves ever--especially for SoCal. A few years back I searched all over for a very lightweight and padless glove (I always thought a pad for most MTB grips, especially foam grips, was redundant) However, at the time, padless gloves were almost non-existent, except for the 661 Ragis. Now, I notice that other manufacturers are on the bandwagon and are making similar gloves, but I have stuck to Sixsixones. We are family of MTB'ers and all have a couple pairs of the Rajis which we race and train with.
I live in Southern California so I was looking for something light and durable at the same time. They're perforated on the back and offer enough protection on the palms. I will def recomend this item to my friends.
If you like a simple non-padded glove that is somewhat breathable this glove might be for you. Although I havent had any durability issues so far the materials used in the palm dont seem too durable. The mesh is an added plus but the 661 logos are actually solid silkscreening that act as a plastic sheet over your hand. I also found the thumb to be an unproportionally tight fit. Overall i would say theyre ok but to look elsewhere for a longterm glove.
Got a couple of pairs of the new style off of Chainlove. My first pair lasted about 2.5 years. Super comfy minimalist construction. They use the same material as Mechanix gloves for the palm, great dexterity. Some people don't seem to like the elastic wristband, but I disagree, you don't have to worry about these gloves shredding your jersey's in the washer like models using velcro. Doesn't really offer any padding, but I use these on a 6" AM bike, so not an issue. Only problem is that the rubber on the index finger comes off very quickly. Overall my all time favorite bike glove.