I just picked up a pair of Giro Remedy gloves with d3o and took them out on a 3 hour ride. When I tried them on they were a little tight at first, but I was told that the pittards leather palm would stretch once they got sweaty. Thats true. They were really tight at first and by about 15 min of riding, if not sooner they fit perfectly. Theyre a light weight full finger glove with great protection.
They have D3O padding on the knuckles too which is fantastic. Its soft until you hit it, then it gets hard on impact. Ive ridden with D3O knee pads and after putting them through their paces I definitely believe in the technology. Ive ridden with other gloves with knuckle protection like the Fox Unibomber glove, but the prior gloves havent been nearly as comfortable or flexible. Theyve always been a little stiff, particularly in the knuckles where the armor is. Not the case with the Giro Remedy gloves. Theyve really comfortable, have great grip, and breathe well. A fantastic full finger glove for summer riding that still has knuckle protection for the trees.