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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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Artis B: Confident in first gear productsNov 22, 2014
Christopher W: needed something to extend riding season, these work really wellNov 13, 2014
David C: 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.Oct 31, 2014
Greg M: I bought the Powerlet jacket and the First gear, wasn't sure which one would fit better. The Powerlet gear is far better quality.Oct 29, 2014
S P: Kept hands very warm and not too thick but may fit snug under some glovesOct 22, 2014
Edwin S: 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/Oct 4, 2014
Albert H: 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.Sep 28, 2014
Steve S: Glove liners are very packable for traveling, and they increase the usability of my rain gloves into lower temps.Jun 12, 2014
Richard A: 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.Mar 7, 2014
Paul M: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!
Kimo Z: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.Dec 10, 2013