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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. Toasty Warm 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Dec 2012

    These are great without the heaters, and even nicer with the heaters working.

  2. Ultimate gloves vs. the Pineapple Express 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Nov 2012

    November 29th , massive tropical hits northern California, l am riding south from Grants Pass Oregon to San Diego, several hours of frog-strangling rain, hands stayed dry AND warm. Debated about buying the Ultimate, glad I did!

  3. Indispensible 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 29th Nov 2012

    I've been using these gloves for a couple winters now, and they're spectacular.

    I really appreciate the thinner grip-side of the glove; I don't have problems like other gloves where the wires are cutting into my palm, and there is less to interfere with my hold on my grips.

    Reasonably waterproof, which also cuts down on the wind that cuts through them, keeps me comfortable in almost any weather condition. In the worst near-0c rains, a pair of lobster shells over top are all it takes to make me the most comfortable risking-black-ice rider out there.

    I even tend to keep these gloves on the bike during summer tours, just in case the temperatures dip and the rain starts falling.

    I really appreciate the racing-glove-esque knuckles and padding.

    As for a sizing comparison, I wear XL Rev-It gloves, but I wear L's in these.

  4. Warm and Dry! 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 9th Nov 2012

    40 minute commute and have ridden as low as 10F
    (heated grips were struggling), warm with heat to spare. Gloves took a few rides to loosen up.
    Pretty happy. I think think the underside of fingers would get cold below 30F without heated grips (I have windguards as well).

  5. Touring heated gloves 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th Sep 2012

    The gloves worked great while riding thru Colorado high country and over several passes. They were comfortable and glad I ordered the XXL. I wonder if the pocket above the knuckle protector will collect water when I ride in the rain? Guess I will find out if the pocket will get soggy when I ride in the rain or snow.

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