These gloves are based on the concept or reduced bulk and easier flex. Using racing design concepts, i designed these gloves based on what I use for non-heated gloves. While they may not look as pretty, by having the seams stitched outside on the fingers and thumb, there is less bulk. Because of a number of reasons these gloves take longer to make and cost more so i am sorry but i have to charge more for them. however the factory we are using made about half of them wrong. So these are all that are left of the good ones. i am closing them out until i find a better factory. they only have a 1 year warrenty on the close out ones.
Grade A, top grain drum dyed cowhide construction
Reflective piping on top of hand
Carbon fiber protection on molded knuckles
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
If you do not have a heated liner then you need to order the Long Splitter Cable
Posted by Jon Zilius on 17th Nov 2014
The question I get every day from my coworkers: how the hell are you riding in these temperatures? I'll tell you how, I've got all this wicked gear from warmnsafe! It might be 25 degrees outside, but it feels like a nice summer day when wrapped in these gloves. I usually throw these on for temps 60 degrees Fahrenheit and below (I'll just leave them unplugged until around 45 or so degrees.)
The wonderful smell of authentic leather - the exterior seem well built and very durable. Has nice knuckle guards for when you feel like punching a wall. The interior are nice and soft... and when you take the gloves off, the inner liner doesn't get all bunched up (like other pairs of motorcycle gloves I've had.)
My only complaint is that I have longer than average fingers - I wish there were more fitment sizes to accompany. But overall, 5 stars! Only writing this reviews because I'm back to the website to purchase the pant liners now :) all the gear has exceeded my expectations so far.. if you are at all in doubt, buy a pair. You wont be disappointed.
Posted by Unknown on 10th Mar 2014
Nice fit, once I exchanged for a smaller size. I used the Tourmaster Synergy (L) gloves for two years and one of biggest gripes was lack of warmth to my thumbs. Problem solved with the Ultimate II Touring Heated Gloves. Very happy with my purchase and looking forward to testing out the waterproof capabilities of this gloves as compared to the Synergy. I also like the extra protection on the knuckle, hope I never need it but nice to know it's there.
Posted by Leo Stemp on 26th Feb 2014
These are the best heated gloves I found. Was looking for a pair of race-quality gloves. These fit the bill. The only problem was getting the right fit. Mike is working with me to find me a pair that fits right. Customer Service is tops.
Posted by Jeff on 30th Oct 2013
Winter gloves can be so bulky that it is hard to operate the controls on a motorcycle. No so the Ultimate ll Touring. All the warmth one could ask for and still the ability to adjust the controller or set the sound level on my headset.
The fit is a bit strange. I usually wear a size 10 glove. I ordered XL and thought they were just a bit too tight so I exchanged for XXL. Almost but not quite a perfect fit.
Posted by joe walton on 13th Oct 2013
This is a very warm, very comfortable glove considering the protection and function it also affords. It seems to be very well constructed as well. I only have to adjust the glove at a quarter to half-way power for plenty of warmth throughout every surface of the glove. Plenty left in the tank for those sub 35 degree rides. A great company as well, I asked to please assure the glove arrives within a week for a trip, and the gloves arrived at my door the next business day (with standard shipping). Five stars!