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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. 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

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. My 1st pair of heated gloves. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th May 2013

    Purchased the gloves based on the sizing on the website but they were too large. So I went down one size for a perfect fit. Suggest sizing per First Gear.

    First time I wore them it wasn't too cold ~ 40F, but rainy. Comfortable, warm and dry all day >500 miles. I like the pre-curved finger construction - no break in necessary.

    Customer service was great also. My exchange and refund was prompt. I really like the no cost shipping.

    Will put them to good use on Alaska adventure this summer.


  5. What more do you want? 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 5th Apr 2013

    I am really hard on gear, I judge it hard and I wear it hard. I live in Seattle, and I ride every day rain or shine--so long as the temperature is above freezing, which is it usually is all winter long here. The problem here is rain. It rains almost every day from mid to late October to July. And I not only commute to work on the bike, but I also need to ride to different locations during the course of the work day. Of course I sport ride any chance I get and I go to the track as much as the weather and my bank balance let me. I ride an upright, naked sport bike in these conditions. I want to stay dry and warm and feel safe. I really have to search hard to find a product that does the job. It's the staying dry part that is the challenge. I usually go with Rev'it or BMW textile, by the way, and have rarely gotten a bad product from them. But they don't make a heated glove, so I had to hunt. I certainly thought about going with the main competition but their best product has no external armour. I have crashed before. At some point during a crash your hand is going to come in contact with the pavement. I like my hands. So any glove I buy is going to have protection, the more the better. After doing all the research I could and calling and talking to the folks at this company, I decided to try them out. Called them because I wanted to find out about what they used for the water proofing. I ordered their best product. I have been using them since January. I am completely satisfied with them. They have never leaked a drop. I have them connected to a Powerlet dual controller and a Gerbings heated jacket. My hands are warm. The gloves are full leather exterior and have good protection. The leather soaks up a lot of water, but you just crank up the heat and you are fine. Hang them up and even if they are cold and damp the next day or even for several days, no dampness on the interior. And the leather, when it finally gets dried, is fine. No issues with it drying and cracking. A year will tell the tale, but so far, a few months in under the most demanding conditions, good to go. Great product. I recommend them, and these guys are not paying me or offering me anything for my opinion. I just want other folks to know about them as this is one of the most difficult things to find: a dry warm and good looking glove. Not bulky either; I can even fuel my bike without taking them off. The true dexterty test. What more do you want?

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