Yeti Cycles Enduro Gloves

The simple life.

Like anything bike-related, gloves can get complicated fast, but they don't really need to. Yeti's keeping things on the simple side with the Enduro Glove, which combines and polyester and mesh upper with a perforated palm to keep your hands from getting sweaty when the action heats up. The one extra detail is a silicone print on the palm and fingers, which gives you added grip and control on bars, levers, and post-ride coldies.

  • Polyester and mesh
  • Perforated palm
  • Silicone gripper print
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

nice gloves

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

fit is perfect, material is pretty strong

Small?

Good gloves

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: Runs large
  • Size Bought: L

I liked these, the only problem I've noticed is that the thumb is too long. Pulled it a bit and it is barely noticeable. They don't protect too much , mostly for grip

Great grip

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
  • Fit: True to size

Thin stretchy glove that form fits to your hands. No Velcro or straps to mess with. Just enough grip on the palms to hold the bars when hands are sweaty and gloves are needed.

Form Fitting

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: Medium

Finally got to break these out for a mountain bike trip in Moab, UT - the mecca! This was the first ride of the season and we biked at least 15 miles each day in pretty warm weather. The gloves are pretty thin but very fitting with a stretch material. By the end of the rides my hands were blister free yet I felt like I wasn't wearing a bulky glove that made my hands too warm. The only downsize for me is some lack of padding in the palm area, but if you are looking for a thin durable glove these are the way to go!

Nice and Light, Not tons of Protecction

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: XL

I bought these to match with my Yeti SB5. These are thin and light gloves with silicone print on the palm and fingers that meets the purpose of adding grip. I haven't crash-tested them but think they wouldn't offer as much protection as thicker gloves with significant padding on the palms and fingers. They have a micro-suede fabric on the thumbs to wipe-off sweat from your face. On longer or more aggressive rides I use Fox Reflex Gel gloves for added protection and stress relief.

If you have any inquiries shoot an email to Connor Johnson at < cojohnson@backcountry.com > , he is a Gearhead and very knowledgeable on mountain bike stuff.

Simple and light

  • Fit: True to size
  • Size Bought: M

Looking for a summer glove that won't weigh you down. Not a fan of bulky palm pads and velcro straps? This is the glove for you! Super thin and easy to slip on. There really is no padding, but if you are just looking to add some grip and avoid sweaty hands, these are awesome. Fit is pretty spot on. I wear a medium in all other brands, or an 8 in Hestra gloves, and the medium was just right.

Great Summer Gloves

    These gloves are great for riding in the warm weather and they don't fit too tightly around the wrist. I would recommend these for anyone, not just the people riding Yetis.

    Styling like MJ

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Ok, sure Michael Jackson may be the best looking dude to wear gloves, but you can be second. If you ride a Yeti these are a must. I have to think they are made by One Industries because they are identical to the Vapor which is a very good thing. Single material palm, great fit around the wrist and no wrist straps. God I had the feel of hook and loop closure as I wipe my delicate under-nose.

    Styling like MJ

    Weak sauce

      I wanted to love these gloves. They are really Cush right out of the package and on the ride. The backs breathe and have a flashy but subtle design. I took one small fall and my hand found the ground. In the aftermath I have a pretty good size puncture through the lower lateral Palm. Not impressed with the materials as I have had many other gloves in the past that have taken dozens of falls before a rip/tear/puncture of this magnitude. The gloves also left a blueish residue on my hands. Unfortunately I can't endorse this glove. Sizing runs true to size. I wear a large in most glove and was comfortable in a large.

      Weak sauce

      well you really can't fault the gloves because you fell. id say if you want that kind of protection buy DH gloves.

      I never faulted the glove for the fall (rider error of course). No matter what, a glove for 30 bones should protect and last longer than 10 minutes on the trail on the first ride. I stand by my comments; my fox gloves have taken many falls and are still not torn in the slightest after half a year and numerous falls of epic proportion. I would expect this glove at the same price point to be essentially the same quality as any other glove. Coming from Yeti I will always expect the best because their rep proceeds them. The fact is this leather is of cheaper quality and that is the leather they chose to purchase and use in this product. Backcountry.com warrantied this for my so no worries, but I would definitely love this glove to be more durable.

      E-Mail Yeti and tell them about it. i am sure they would like to know. You knock if you fall on anything just right and its toast. doesn't matter who makes it or wears it. its the luck of the draw. I purchased some Ergon HE2 gloves which are twice the price. they didn't last a two mile pre-ride. the glove had a defect. i wasn't mad or disappointed because that stuff just happens sometimes. all the guys at the shop gave Ergon a lot of love saying they had never seen that happen to their gloves. so ya, take it was a grain...

      What is the size chart for Yeti gloves? I want to make sure I order the correct size. Thanks!

      The size chart is listed under the glove selection above. Click the link and it has a pop up window.

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      Simple Perfection

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The Yeti Enduro Glove is very similar to the One Industries Vapor Glove.

      Simple design, with plenty of converge.

      Light weight and breathable with a sticky palm perfect for gripping.

      Easy to slip on and remover, and does not tamper phone or camera usage.

      Only issue was the thumb was too long, however I have smaller hands for men's gloves.

      Definite like and with the Yeti logo what isn't to love?!

      Simple Perfection