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
Posted by Joe M. on 18th Feb 2016
These gloves are a home rum! Great leather, nice fit and finish, and most of all - WARM! My hands would get cold quikly and then get very painful AND numb - and at higher outside temps, frickin' getting old. I was in 40 degree F weather and 2/3 cranked. I could have road all day...AND I DID!
Posted by Rhubarb on 30th Dec 2015
more material than I'm used to, but less than expected. Keeps me warm and most importantly, my thumb warm.
Wiper doesn't seem to work for me but that might be technique. Combine these with grip heaters and it's amazing.
Posted by Dragos Paise on 12th Nov 2015
I live in a 4 seasons country and I use the heated gear from Warm & Safe for 3 years now. As long as the road is clear (no ice or snow) I'm out there on my bike.
Last year I was riding on a 14.0 °F freezing day and I was actually sweating. I wasn't using more than 60% of the total capacity that the remote control gives me.
I would strongly recommend this heated gear to any year round biker. I understand the 'concept' of an old school biker but to me, as long as there is technology that can improve my comfort I will use it. Believe me: it rocks!
Posted by Christopher Siano on 18th Oct 2015
Even without the heat, these gloves are good winter gloves. Once you turn the heat on, they are nearly perfect.
Fit is dead on with the size chart. They are a bit bulky, but not nearly as bad as many heavy unheated gloves I've tried. It is a little hard to pinch and turn the controller knobs, but if you keep the knobs easy to turn, you can just slide your finger along it to alter the heat. Works well. Operating the directionals is also a little clumsy, but again not nearly as bad as some other winter gloves I've used.
The construction is very good. Protection seems to be good (hope I never have to test this) and there is good motion and very comfortable on the handlebars.
The left glove has a long visor wiper that works well. The gloves get damp, but the moisture does not come through. They do take a while to dry out completely. I wonder if I hooked up a small 12v power supply and allowed the heat to help this. But either way, my hands never got cold or wet.
Posted by Clifton (Chris) Naivar on 14th Apr 2015
I use my bike as my daily driver 38 miles each way to work. Bought a couple pairs of gloves my first couple seasons and they sucked! Finally came across W&S and those lasted me 7 seasons before weather and abuse finally got to them. Ordered these to replace them and they kept my hands very comfortable all winter.