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Ultimate Touring Men's Heated Gloves

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Product Description

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
Pre-curved fingers
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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  1. excellent product 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Nov 2013

    The warm and safe heated touring glove provided a sturdy but flexible leather construction allowing the comfort in griping to the handlebars. The reflective piping is a pluss but not needed in my opinion. The protective carbon fiber knuckles are a great safety feature. This is my second pare and they are 100 % waterproof but still breathable. The stitching appears to be reinforced. The materials stay together after thousands of miles. For full face helmets the shield wiper is handy put can be a hassle in heavy rain. Having the fingers precurved gives easy handlebar control while ensuring the hand is fit around the grips. Having the double heat in the thumb gave extra heat during colder days at 30 degrees. Thumb was warm the hole ride at 30 degrees and at 70 mph. There is not a wire running through the palm or you cannot really feel the sirs through out the globe period mapping the comfort at a five Star level. This is a supperier product and will continue to use for the rest of my riding adventures.

  2. Best winter gloves 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 3rd Nov 2013

    Best pair of winter gloves I've owned. Have ridden in low '50s without even needing the heated portion. Have used the heated part in the '40s and they worked like a charm.

    I also really like the fact that there is some armor to the gloves which is hard to find in heated gloves.

  3. Great purchase 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Aug 2013

    I would recommend these Gloves to anyone looking for a way to stay comfortable during the cold season.

    My main reason for pursuing heated gear was that my hands would get so cold it was dangerous and very uncomfortable (painful) to ride. I have tried many types and brands of gloves over the years (since 1975) and not been happy with any. Many are comfortable during the warm or cool weather but all fail in the winter and cold weather.

    These Ultimate Touring Men's Heated Gloves really work. During my test ride my hands were warm, dry and comfortable during whole time.

    The Ultimate Touring Men's Heated Gloves will extend my riding season to the whole year.

    I tested the outfit by taking a 400kms ride in July, Winter in Victoria, Australia.

    Start temperature was about 3 degrees centigrade and ended about 7 degrees.

    It rained and was very windy.

    I would recommend these Gloves to anyone looking for a way to stay comfortable during the cold season.

    Overall very pleased.

    Safe Ride

  4. Good stuff 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 7th Jul 2013

    I got these gloves as my first item of heated gear and on a recent trip to the snow they worked great. Kept my hands dry despite the rain.

    There is a weird sensation where the heating elements are on the top of the glove and not the palm when your palm get some windchill, but that's a minor issue because when you take your gloves off at the end of your ride your hands are warm and dry.

  5. My second pair of heated gloves 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jun 2013

    First pair was Gerbing that I had for years and liked and lost. Bought a new pair last year from them and my fingers froze at 45 so returned. I like Dave's review have only wore these gloves at 50 and above and very comfortable and the fit was perfect.

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