Warm, Light and Thin, the Warm & Safe Glove Liner Plugs to Our Heated Liner or Can Be Used as a Seperate Item. Fits Under Most Winter Riding Gloves or Work Gloves. 11 Watts of Heat in Each Glove Gives a Nice Warmth. Hookup the Glove Liners to our Heat-troller through our Heated Liner or order our Long Y cable to power them alone.
If you do not have a heated Liner, you will need a Long Splitter Cable
Posted by Unknown on 15th Dec 2016
I have tried Gerbing and Harley Davidson heated gloves. Very thick and awkward operating the controls on the motorcycle. Also, neither one kept my fingers warm. The Warm an Safe inserts are amazing. Very thin, yet great heat, all the way to your fingertips. I use them every morning. They are the best.
Posted by Carol-Ann Duval on 27th Mar 2016
These inserts were purchased to replace a set previously used to cross Italy, France and the UK in December 2015. I have small hands and short fingers so found the small/mediums a little big so bought XS ones to replace. Despite the large fit the gloves were still warm so I expect the smaller ones to be even better. My husband wore his and even without power noticed better warming than his much used the silk gloves. With the electric it was another world. The weather was wet, cold, windy and bleak. Glove inserts were inside Aerostich Deerskin Gauntlets (no lining) which were purchased half size bigger to handle the inserts. Rain cover was Aerostich Triple Digit Covers. Combined with Warm & Safe Jacket and glove inserts provided much warmth which emphasized how cool our legs got. Maybe we should be looking at leg warmers too.
Posted by Unknown on 24th Feb 2016
Been using these now for a couple of weeks riding my sled. Even with temps well below zero my hands were warm.
Posted by Floyd Goff on 4th Feb 2016
A friend told me how pleased they were with there glove liners. I decided to gamble and I am really pleased that I did. They fit under other gloves and are the bomb!
Posted by Josef Fackelmann on 28th Dec 2015
Loving the heated glove liners...no more cold hands