Tact Glove


The Tact is slightly more weighty than the Habit, with a heavier polyester-nylon grid fabric and Velcro wrist closure for those who prefer a more secure feel.

The AX RITTER™ palm has a polyurethane injected pattern for a tackier feel. The palm material wraps around the fingers and outer edges to provide extra durability for riders who roll their hands outward slightly, or even the occasional brush passed a tree.

Chromag Gloves
A: Overall Length (cm) 20 20.7 21.4 22.1 22.8 23.5
B: Palm Width (cm) 8.3 8.7 9.1 9.5 9.9 10.3
C: Wrist Circumference (cm) 13.6 14.4 15.2 16.0 16.8 17.6
  • Durable, Formfitting 4 Way Stretch Top Grid Material
  • 4 Way Stretch Finger Gusset Fabric for Flexibility and Airflow
  • Seamless Fingertip Construction
  • Velcro Wrist Closure
  • Absorbent Moisture Wipe on Thumb
  • Laser Cut Venting on Tacky AX RITTER™ Palm
  • Durable | Comfortable | Versatile

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Customer Reviews

Based on 16 reviews
Image of full palm?

Back of hand pictures are nice, but it's the side that touches the bar that matters. Without full length shot of palm & fingers, riders don't have the info they need to judge whether a given design will suit their use and anatomy. Please update w/ more useful images!

Thanks Mateo, great feedback, we'll get some more shots up asap!

Eric P.
Runs Small
Runs Large
Amazing gloves!

These gloves have great grip, and the new palm fabric is soft and works with touch screens great. Which is top priority, because if you didn't Strava your ride... did you even ride?

Mike S.
Runs Small
Runs Large
Super Nice

The palm is supple, the gloves don't bunch, the subtle logo is nice. While more burly than the Habit, they are not over the top with padding and thickness. Bar feel is still really good.

Ryan G.
My favourite 3 season glove

I have been using these gloves for around half a year, and they are holding up really well. I really like the simplicity of these gloves, I find most gloves these days are built a bit too light. These can take a few brushes against trees and are still have a low profile, snug fit. The synthetic leather palms grip the bars well in the wet or dry conditions and have also worn well.


Orders from chromag take longer to ship that orders from chain reaction

Feels like nothing

Height: 6’ 3”
Weight: 220lbs
Size: XL

Purchased 2 pairs of these and have them with me in Utah for the month of April.

The fit of fingers, thumbs and back is perfect on my hands, but the Velcro wrist closure only reaches 1/4 across the loops. They are holding well though.

Overall combined with my Squarewave grips these feels amazing on the hot desert trails. Not sure if these will hold up for more than one season as they are not as heavy duty as other gloves I use for instruction.

Also, the finger touch works with my phone for pictures and vids.

Update on these gloves after some stitchwork

I'm the guy below who had a pair fail after just a few months of riding. So as I said in my original review, I loved my purchase so much I ordered another set...but then the original gloves ripped on both thumbs. My second set also failed in the same place on both hands. The thumb appears to be stitched differently than the fingers, so there's clearly a weak point there.
I watched a youtube video on how to sew a torn seam and another one on how to fix a worn out glove and went to town on both pairs. Just a needle and thread, no sewing machine necessary. 15 min job. Both are solid again and no problems with either set after a month of riding! Should get a lot more time out of these now but I wish the failures hadn't happened in the first place.

Cesar G.
Great gloves for any kind of ride

If you're looking for a pair of gloves that feel comfortable and are resistant on any kind of ride, then the Tact are the right choice. Although I also have the Habit, I like these gloves for rougher terrain or the bike park. They adapt so well to the hand and the grip is awesome even in wet conditions.

These gloves size slightly bigger for me than the Tact, so if you're in between sizes on the tact, I'd go for the smaller size.