Grade A, top grain drum dyed cowhide construction
Porelle® Breathable, "Waterproof" Membrane
Reinforced Protection in Palm
Rubber shield wipe, Thumb-mounted
Double heat in the thumb
No annoying wires in the palm
A layer of Thinsulate
Elastic wrist and adjustable Velcro® gauntlet closure
If you do not have a heated liner then you need to order the Long Splitter Cable
Posted by Jeffrey on 29th May 2013
I recently purchased these electric gloves to work in conjunction with my W&S jacket. They really work great as tested on my multi-state / multi tempreature ride last weekend, temps ranging from 40* to 105*. Great product.
Posted by Barry Ramsey on 15th May 2013
Gloves are much nicer than the Tour Master gloves they are replacing. At first they seems stiff but softened up nicely after an all day ride. Also, much warmer than my Tour Master gloves. I have Raynaud's Disease which causes my fingers to turn cold. So far, the gloves have kept my fingers warm and the cold rides are now pleasant. Great value, as good non-heated cold weather gloves can easily cost much more than the heated Warm & Safe gloves.
Posted by David on 3rd May 2013
Today was my first opportunity to evaluate the Classic heated gloves. Admittedly, the temp never got below 52 but I started out with very cold hands as I have Raynaud's Disease.
First the fitting: The size of the glove is comprobable to Gerbings. A 2xl fit nicely as in the Gerbings. I wear size 8 surgical gloves.
The finish and texture is good. I had expected a stiffer glover than Gerbings, but they are very similar and excellent quality.
The heating was equal in left and right gloves. More importantly, the heading was uniform within each glove and excellent. I ride with two fingers on the brake lever and the glove kept my right thumb, index and middle finger very warm on about half setting with the WarmnSafe dual controller.
Over all, I am very pleased with the gloves and will use them instead of the Gerbings on my trip out to Oregon and Canada this summer.
I cannot speak to the waterproofness, but I will be surprised if any glove is waterproof. Never has happened before. Will give you an update when they have been tested in the rain.