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Firstgear Heated Glove Liners

Nothing is worse than cold hands and fingers. Ride warmer, longer and safer with the Firstgear Heated Glove Liners inside your favorite pair of riding gloves. Warm hands = a safer ride.

Features:

  • Stretch poly fabric is thin, light and comfortable
  • 95% polyester and 5% spandex ensures a close, clinging fit for maximum comfort and heat transfer
  • 11w output per glove

Note: The DC Coax Plug Y-Harness is required for use without the Firstgear Jacket Liner and is sold separately.

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Work great!
I have been using these the past couple weeks in MD and my hands are toasty. I have always toughed it and rode all year long by now my commute is an hour each way and the cold fingers was getting unbearable. I don't no why I did not do sooner. Now I am thinking about boot insole or heated socks.
November 20, 2013
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They are warm but not ideal.
Tried these liners out in an effort to save some money and get some use out of my winter gloves I already have. These are fairly bulky, they didn't seem bad just trying them on but once I went on a ride the thickness proved to be too much. Fit wise, I think they fit pretty much right on. I have a normal sized medium hand and the small mediums fit fine. They have a little stretch to them so I would aim for a tighter fit over a larger fit.

My winter gloves have some extra room inside to give some dead air and keep my hands insulated better, I figured these would fill the space and get me some much needed heat. After about 15 minutes on the bike I started to get tightness in my palms. There was just too much material and I was fighting to keep my hands around the grips. It wore my hand out and I had suck it up for the remainder of my 50 mile commute.

I ended up going with some Gerbing Heated gloves for about double the cost. They are very comfortable and even less bulky than just my standard winter gloves.
November 16, 2015
Purchased
11 months ago
Ride:
1980 Honda CX500C Custom
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
They work!
Rode in 37-40 degree weather at night. Hands stayed warm with controller set at about 1/4. I'm happy with them. Real test comes this weekend during an extended ride on a 40-50 degree day.
February 2, 2015
Ride:
2011 Harley Davidson Road Glide Ultra FLTRU
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
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4 / 5
Very warm, good quality.
These inserts really put out some heat. You have to turn them down with some kind of controller. The only problem I have is that they stick to velcro very well, this can make getting suited up interesting. But being able to wear different outer gloves based on the conditions is a big plus.
March 2, 2015
Bang For The Buck
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5 / 5
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3 / 5
Warm Fingers
I have bad circulation in my hands. These liners inside winter gloves kept me fingers warm at 30f. They are thin and stretchy, like silk or poly liners and don't change the fit of the glove. The molded in plug is easy to use. The warmth is just right. No negatives at all. Very happy with purchase.
February 18, 2015
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
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3 / 5
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Ok for mild cold
Never wore these on the bike. Tried them on when I got them and they were thicker then I was expecting, and only the sides of the liners were heated. Made my gloves very tight.
December 14, 2015
Purchased
9 months ago
Ride:
2014 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Classic FLHTCU/I
Bang For The Buck
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Protection & Durability
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Great product.
At first, I didn't feel like these put out much heat. But riding in the 20's (degrees F#, they work well! I use them on my daily commute and I no longer experience heat loss due to clutch/brake handle use #usually my fingers get cold during the in-town part of my commute).
I also noticed I don't even have to turn on my heated grips in the 20's, even at highway speeds where I usually feel wind chill on the backs of my hands.

Fitting is a little tricky, seem a bit large. But once in use under my current gloves, they are not noticeable.
December 31, 2014
Ride:
2012 Yamaha XT1200Z Super Tenere
They good.
I used to have the Powerlet glove liners, but had to replace them and they seem to be discontinued, so I bought these; they don't seem to be as warm all around, but they are more than enough to do the job. I use them for outside winter work in ND along with glove liners over them and 2XL winter gloves over those.
January 12, 2015
Protection & Durability
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Air Flow
3 / 5
sizing spot on, high quality glove
great quality, strong plug in, size right on, fits under any shell.
December 22, 2014
Ride:
2002 BMW R1150RT
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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5 / 5
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Great Product
I bought these to replace my Firstgear Heated Carbon Gloves that I've been using for several years.

These are a great addition to use under a winter/weather proof glove. They are not designed to by used by themselves.

I usually wear a Medium and ordered the L/XL according to Warm&Safe's size chart. The fit is spot on according to their chart. They obviously add some bulk, so your standard gloves may not fit over these. I haven't had any issues with mine, but it does get a little tight. I use these liners with Held Warm N Dry gloves when the temps get below 40F and they're prefect.
December 22, 2014
Ride:
2009 Triumph Street Triple
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I needed something for my hands to keep warm in the winter months, these work.
Mark K on Sep 13, 2016
Works better then grip heaters.
Robert M on Mar 15, 2016
I needed something for my hands to keep warm in the winter months, these work.
Mark K on Sep 13, 2016
Utility, price, known quality brand.
Evan G on Mar 28, 2016
Works better then grip heaters.
Robert M on Mar 15, 2016
heated grips keep youe palms warm. your thumbs and finger tips freeze. NOT with these electric liners. they're thin and flexible; very comfortable to wear, and the heat is AWESOME.
David M on Jan 1, 2016
like my comment on toes, my finger tips once cold , stay cold. 12v or 7v look to b my only option. these esp were interesting being that they're form fitting compared to gerbings' which i thought was odd for them.
Jim M on Dec 28, 2015
They match my eyes
Jason W on Dec 15, 2015
Good rating.
S T on Dec 15, 2015
Keep my hands warm when riding in the winter.
Robert M on Dec 4, 2015
got the jacket liner and happy with it can't use my HD heated gloves with the same wire connection.
Renate E on Nov 22, 2015
Purchased these to accompany the Rukka 3-fingered waterproof/insulated gloves I purchased as backup for my Gerbings leather/textile heated gloves. My first set of Gerbings gloves needed to be repaired so I purchased these to use with the Rukka gloves in the meantime and as backup for the future.

It turned out that the Gerbings gloves couldn't be repaired so Gerbings sent me a new pair. I continue to pack these and the Rukka gloves as backup on cold weather trips just in case.
John T on Nov 3, 2015
They look thinner than the competitors and the reviews were good.
Ryan R on Oct 21, 2015
Have a firstgear heated jacket and it is getting cold outside
Tad D on Oct 3, 2015
no pigtail on glove easier to plug in
Thomas B on Mar 5, 2015
reviews seem to be all positive. They are for my daughter who coaches ice hockey. hopefully they will work well for her
Dianne W on Feb 22, 2015
Even though I have Barkbuster Blizzard handguards and Olympia Gor-Tex winter gloves, my fingers get cold in temps below 30 degrees which is probably due to the length of exposure on my 1 hr 15 min commute to work. I'm getting these to knock of that little bit of chill off.
RzrBak on a Feejer on Jan 7, 2015
Firstgear makes great products, and I was cold on my last ride.
Stephen S on Jan 1, 2015
people i know use them in real cold weather
Thom54 on Dec 31, 2014
Compatible with Powerlet RapidFIRe Jacket.
Gregory K on Dec 31, 2014
I can ware these with different gloves and still have heat
Bernard F on Dec 15, 2014
The price is right and my husband can use these with different sets of gloves
Peggy M on Dec 10, 2014
Need to get my wife completely wrapped in heated gear. With a spare controller, she can use these in the car also.
ROBERT L on Dec 9, 2014
I like to ride, and if I keep going at it like this, my fingers will freeze off.
Dennis S on Dec 7, 2014
My current heated gloves are too bulky so I needed something that will keep my hands warm during the colder seasons without compromising dexterity.
Stephane B on Nov 29, 2014
Confident in first gear products
Artis B on Nov 22, 2014
needed something to extend riding season, these work really well
Christopher W on Nov 13, 2014
I wanted an item that could be used with my existing gloves and other gloves if needed. I prefer not to be tied to one pair of gloves.
David C on Oct 31, 2014
I bought the Powerlet jacket and the First gear, wasn't sure which one would fit better. The Powerlet gear is far better quality.
Greg M on Oct 29, 2014
Kept hands very warm and not too thick but may fit snug under some gloves
S P on Oct 22, 2014
I have looked into buying heated gear many times and never purchased. I recently changed jobs and have a commute now. After researching First Gear rates really well and that was the brand I wanted.
I bought the glove liners because I currently have a pair of gloves I really like already/
Edwin S on Oct 4, 2014
A friend recommended them. They work good, just make sure they are under your jacket sleeves when it is raining or you will get wet warm hands.
Albert H on Sep 28, 2014
Glove liners are very packable for traveling, and they increase the usability of my rain gloves into lower temps.
Steve S on Jun 12, 2014
I already have a nice pair of riding gloves and felt liners would be the better way to go. The thinness of these liners should also allow me to wear my summer gloves over them for some warmth if I choose to.
Richard A on Mar 7, 2014
Recommended by friend
Paul M on Jan 10, 2014
Firstgear heated gear is well reviewed. The heated glove liners will go with my Firstgear heated jacked liner with no fuss.
David P on Dec 23, 2013
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Celeste J on Dec 18, 2013
Utility, price, known quality brand.
Evan G on Mar 28, 2016
heated grips keep youe palms warm. your thumbs and finger tips freeze. NOT with these electric liners. they're thin and flexible; very comfortable to wear, and the heat is AWESOME.
David M on Jan 1, 2016
Will these glove liners plug right into a Powerlet Rapidfire jacket liner, or would I need some sort of adapter?
Robert C on Nov 11, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Yes, they will. Got to warn you, they are bulky. You can't get them inside your regular gloves without a struggle. So you will need another pair of gloves anyway, and at that point, I would just buy electric gloves. Which I wish I had done.
Does this heat the entire hand (top, bottom, inseam) ?
A shopper on Jan 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes, I believe it does. I use heated grips on my Tenere and since I've gotten these glove liners I have not turned on the heated grips, down to 26 degrees during my morning commute. I also noticed I don't get the 'heat sink' from my clutch and front brake levers when I wear these, further confirming I"m getting whole hand heating. Part of my commute is in town, stop lights, and before these I would always get cold fingers (even in the 30's) when operating the clutch and brake levers. These are highly recommended!
Do these gloves come with the kit to hook it all up to the battery ?
Kim P on Jun 19, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Hi Kim. As I'm sure you know the gloves are sold separately from the heat control unit. So technically the answer is no. However, the control unit has leads that go to the jacket liner (sold separately) & then to the battery. Those leads attach directly to the battery's positive & negative posts. So if you buy the control unit gloves and jacket liner you'll have everything you need for toasty fingers next winter. BTW I used mine for about two months in February and March here in Japan and I couldn't be happier. I used to dread riding in cold weather because of painful cold, numb fingers. Now...no problem. Happy riding!

Paul W. McCullough
do these gloves come with temperature controllers ?
A shopper on Dec 9, 2013
BEST ANSWER: No, you need to order a "Heat-Troller" controller separately. I went with and like the remote dual controller as I usually run the glove liners at a higher setting than my jacket liner.
My wife has a Harley Davidson jacket that connects to the bikes 12v battery. It has the connectors on the sleeve for a liner or glove connection.

Will these liners connect to her jacket? Not sure if plugs are universal or proprietary.
A shopper on Dec 7, 2015
BEST ANSWER: They are 12V Coax connector which is fairly standard for heated gear connections. These gloves are warm-n-safe gloves sold by first gear. You can google warm-n-safe to view the gloves with better pictures.

You can connect warm-n-safe if you want to ask the anymore questions directly Mike Coan, the owner of the company and designer of the gloves. Its a small company with a good reputation.

I recommend the gloves, they work great. - Michael.
Is this item thin enough to wear under some fitted leather sport gloves or am I better off getting some true heated gloves all-in-one? Thanks.
Jennifer C on Dec 5, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Unless you have over sized gloves, I wouldn't use them. My Icon Hypersport gloves are a perfect fit. These don't fit under those. If you don't have any looser gloves, I would get the actual heated gloves.
how long does the firstgear heated glove liners last on a full charge?
A shopper on Nov 22, 2014
BEST ANSWER: They pull power from the bike battery through a heat controller. There is no battery in the gloves.
I'm a women's medium in Dainese and Alpinestars...about 7. What size would I be in these? I'm hoping to fit these under some waterproof gloves so fitted like second skin would be best. Thanks!
Jennifer C on Dec 27, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Hello,
I don't know Women's sizes. I have the XL liners and use them comfortably in 2XL insulated gloves or XL thin gloves. I think what you want do is measure the circumference of your hand at using a tape measure and then use the first gear size guide from the Revzilla site to pick the closest match. The material is thin and stretchy with a little bulk for the heating elements. Be sure you get a controller - these get very hot. Good luck!
Will these gloves work plugged into my Garbing jacket liner?
A shopper on Dec 15, 2014
BEST ANSWER: These glove liners use a standard male coax connector. I use them with a First Gear heated jacket liner which also uses a standard male coax connector to connect to the battery.

So as long as the Gerbing jacket has a male coax connector for the gloves you are all set.

Hope this is helpful.

P.S. My Firstgear jacket liner and glove liners are amazing. I got the low wattage setup (65 watts I think) and am perfectly comfortable at 25 degrees.
What's up with the sizing? The sizing chart has discrete small, medium, large etc. based on circumference of the hand in inches, but the size options on the gloves are combined small/medium and large/xl. I don't get it...
A shopper on Oct 18, 2015
BEST ANSWER: My hand measured barely Large, I got the LG/XL and they fit fine.