Grade A, top grain drum dyed cowhide construction
Reflective piping on top of hand
Aramid 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
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Posted by Dan on 3rd Feb 2017
This is my first time with heated gear. The gloves are soft, warm and well made. The only down side is a number of wires to plug in. It seems like a lot for a short commute but would be nothing when traveling or a day.
Posted by Craig on 14th Jan 2017
I live in Utah. I purchased the Ultimate Touring Gloves and the Gen 4 Jacket Liner. I tested them out a couple weeks ago on a two hour ride with temperatures in the low to mid 20 degree's F. I also wore my adventure riding jacket over the Gen 4 Jacket Liner. Between the gloves and the Gen 4 jacket liner, I rode for 2 hours, and was very comfortable. I could have ridden much longer. I was impressed. I've been using a nice pair of HELD winter riding gloves, but they are much bulkier and just can't come close to the warmth provided by the heated gloves. One regret I have is I wish I would have purchased a dual control heat troller. With the riding jacket on over the Gen 4 Jacket, I was actually borderline too hot when my hands were just right. It would be nice to control them separately. To balance them out I cracked some of the air vents on my jacket and it work o.k. If you find yourself fighting the cold on your rides, these will make a huge difference. They are expensive, but they work. I just recommend getting the dual controller if you plan to get both the gloves and jacket.
Posted by Walter on 12th Jan 2017
My principle reason (other than being heated of course) for buying these is the hard shell protection. All the other features are very useful and work as you might expect. The gloves also have the "feel" of being a quality product, and look terrific.
These are the best heated gloves I've used. In that context they rate 5 stars. But imo they're not the best they could be.
It's my 2nd pair of these W&S gloves (I had another W&S type before that)- I seem to get 3-4 years before the left glove stops working and repairing them (other than the coax connector part) doesn't seem to be an option. So if I had a suggestion, it would be to see if that could be improved.
Another minor suggestion is that I'd prefer the plug wire from the glove to be an inch or two longer. Makes it easier to get them connected.
Other than that, great gloves as I said: and W&S provides excellent customer service.
Posted by Jonnie GS on 16th Nov 2016
Great fit and finish. Thin enough to also effectively use heated grips (yes, my hands are susceptible to cold, having had frost bite years ago).
Used daily on recently completed 6-day, 2400 mile trip throughout southern Appalachians, w temps ranging 30-70f. Rode through light rain - remained dry. Used along with new Warm & Safe jacket and Bluetooth dual troller.
Used Gerbings for years, which was fine but after 10 yrs. and intermittent glove circuitry started failing, so it was time.
I rarely write reviews, but this stuff flat out works, is comfortable and has good tactile feel in bars.
Posted by Jeremy on 18th Mar 2016
I've been riding for many years and have not been one to stray away from riding in the cold. Layers and layers, thicker gloves, etc... and after some time, I'd eventually get cold. There is no doubt that buying heated gear is a big commitment, but after reading glowing review after glowing review about Warm and Safe's product and customer service, I took the plunge.
The Ultimate Touring Gloves are very well made. The leather is extremely supple, so there is no break-in needed. They do not feel bulky while holding the grips or operating the brake/clutch. The heat is amazing. I recently tested them out on a 2-1/2 hour ride with the temps in the 30s/40s. I was perfectly comfortable and was easily able to adjust them on the fly to keep it that way.
On note on size. I find that I typically wear a medium in most MC gloves. According to W&S's sizing chart, I'd be a large (based on hand measurements). I went with my gut and ordered the medium and boy am I glade that I did. Perfect fit.
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