Mens Warm & Safe Electric Heated Gloves

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Mens Warm & Safe Electric Heated Gloves
$129.95
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DC-heated, produces 15 watts of heat at 12.8 Volts (each glove) and should be used with a Firstgear Heat-Troller for optimum safety. Grade-A, top-grain, drum-dyed cowhide construction with a Porelle breathable, waterproof membrane. It has a Thinsulate layer and pre-curved fingers and finger-mounted, rubber, faceshield wiper.

NOTE: Part # TR512837 Firstgear DC Coax Plug Y Harness is required for connecting heated gloves to a Heat-Troller™ without a heated jacket liner. (See Recommended Products on this page)

  • Elastic wrist and adjustable hook-and-loop gauntlet closure 
  • Reinforced protection in palm 
  • Reflective piping on top

7 Member Reviews

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2/26/2017
Don
Lititz, PA
50_stars
5 year update

Bought these back in 2012 and here we are in 2017 and they are still working great ! At this point - a great value for the money!

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2/11/2015
David
South Point, OH
50_stars
Very Nice Gloves For The Price!

I recently bought a pair of these Warm & Safe Heated Gloves and I have now worn them on several cold weather rides. Based on previous reviews, I ordered the 2xx size and the fit is a bit big but any tighter and I think they would be uncomfortable as they are rather stiff. Construction and materials seem excellent, I don't feel any wires and they are actually very warm even without the heat on. I have worn these gloves in 18-50 degree weather and I have been very comfortable so far, even on multi-hour rides. I am using these gloves with a Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Electric Jacket Liner and the dual controller that came with that jacket (you need to use a controller with any of these heated garments or you will have no temperature control and you risk getting burned). The Highest heat setting is not very hot but they have kept my hands warm and comfortable so far. Riding with heated clothing makes a nice difference in comfort when its cold. I would recommend these gloves!

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1/22/2015
Wayne
Gilbert, AZ
50_stars
Worth the price.

I agree with previous review on going larger than what you think... I did and it makes for better comfort and allows for heat retention. You have to use a controller with the gloves or it will over heat and can blister your skin. I use just alone or with a heated liner depending upon the temp and the length of my trip. The gloves heat fairly quickly as I can get them on my hands, pugged in and they will be heated before I get out of my neighborhood. Had to loan them to my wife across northern NM due to cold weather and she really will not go on a trip in the fall or winter without them packed on the bike. Guess I'll have to get her a set of glove liners so I can get mine back.

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3/16/2014
USNRider
Virginia Beach, VA
50_stars
Go Large on sizing

Great gloves with almost instant heat. I can turn my gloves on when I get on the bike and before I back out of the driveway they are already getting hot.

Like someone else said, you may want to consider ordering a size up. I typically wear a large but needed to get XL in these. My hand measures 8 1/4-8 1/2 inches across the knuckles. So technically, I am in between large and XL on the size chart. I tried the Large thinking they would stretch to fit but they were just too tight and didn't leave enough room for my fingers. Firstgear exchanged them for XL and they fit much better.

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1/26/2012
Don
Lititz, PA
20_stars
FirstGear Gloves

First pair was defective - left hand was so hot it burned, right hand did not work at all. First Gear gladly replaced the pair. Second pair worked fine at first, but after one year of use with a Gerbing jacket liner, the plugs are not tight, and maybe loose connection? but gloves do not work again! In review of Gerbing clothing, you have to buy everything from one source to make sure it works. Will be selling these and buying a pair of Gerbing gloves to see if it resolves the situation. (I ride all winter long in PA)I'm not blaming the product, just buyer beware if not buying matched heated gear!

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