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Gerbing's Core Heat S3 Heated Gloves are designed for winter adventures such as snowmobiling, skiing and snowboarding. These coreheat7 gloves are dexterous, warm and durable, and ready for wind, snow and cold. On-cuff control and up to 8 hours of heat enable you to conquer the temperature of speed all day.
The Coreheat7 thermovelocity system is the combination of Gerbing’s patented microwire thermo technologies in conjunction with microprocessor managed 7V lithium battery pack. Coreheat7 garments are design to keep you warm at the temperature no matter where the adventure takes you.
Includes two 7V 2200MAH batteries and a wall charger
No more cold hands
Heated gloves - greatest thing since sliced bread. I've been using the gloves for the last couple of weeks. Temperatures have been freezing to the mid-teens. Hands have stayed tempered. No pain, no numb fingers or hands.
December 30, 2013
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Debra L: I recently purchased a set of women's heated gloves from another vender. The fingers are too short, and I don't have long nails. I have purchased men's gloves in the past and they provide a better fit. I ride to work at 6 AM and live about 45 minuets outside of Chicago. It is pretty cool in the morning when I leave for my hour ride to work. The benefit of battery gloves is I can also use them when shoveling snow. UGH!Apr 17, 2015
David C Z: Good reviews, already have the 12 volt version. Like the versatility of self contained battery for shorter periods of time.Mar 14, 2014
Marsha H: Husband has for years had trouble with fingers turning white when cold out. Hope these will keep his hands and fingers nice and warm!Dec 11, 2013
A shopper asked:I was thinking of getting either the Gerbing 7V S3 heated gloves or the Gerbing 7V Next Generation heated gloves. I do not want them to attach to the motorcycle. In the Next Generation heated gloves video, it was stated several times not to be used on motorcycles. Is there any real reason why they would not work for this? The second question is how long does the battery really last and if need be could I purchase a second battery to switch out in the middle of a longer day of traveling.Oct 3, 2014
Robert B:I purchased a pair of S3s as a Christmas gift in 2013 gift for my father. His use ranges from running a snow blower to just being out in the Chicago winter. He is not on a motorcycle, but the snowblower does have grips and require that you hold the drive and blower handles to the grips. If you are only using them on a motorcycle, not having to remove and charge the batteries would be handy. By way of battery life, on the highest setting they have lasted about 4 hours. The highest setting I describe as hot. At lower settings, they have not been in use long enough to exhaust the batteries. I would expect that the rated 8 hours should be possible on the low setting. I only have one season of usage information, so I can not say anything about battery life over multiple years.Oct 3, 2014
William S:I bought a pair of S2's last year (which are very similar to the new S3) and I'm very satisfied with them. Yeah, technically they're not for riding but that's because they don't have the "armor" padding throughout. Still, they're well insulated and are a quality product. I ride a Honda 750 Aero for commuting and fun, and I've used the Gerbing's on my commute when it's around 40F. On 3 or 4 (med-hi or high) they do a good job, but I can't say how long they last. My commutes out and back are generally about 1-1.5 hours total ride time.
I also use them at football games and when clearing snow, etc. Setting 2 is generally fine and lasts several hours - certainly long enough to get the job done (or watch the game). Setting 1 (low) would be good for walks/hikes in the 40-50s and the batteries would likely last all day.
I have the Coreheat 7V sock liners, too, and I wear them around the house using a single battery to power both socks and it lasts 6+ hours (haven't taken them for a ride on the bike yet - waiting for the roads to clear of snow & sand...).
Debra L:I originally got a pair of women's Volt Titan heated gloves because they are all leather gloves. I feel leather does the best job of blocking the wind. The fingers were too short so I returned them. I then found the Gerbing gloves on sale and ordered a men's small. The fingers are perfect for me. The highest setting is too warm for even me. My ride to work is about 45 mins and part of it is about 60 miles an hour. The gloves worked perfectly.
I might look at the Volt gloves when I wear these out, but I'm in no hurry to replace these.May 19, 2015
Ashu R:I bought these gloves for the winter here in Denver. They have been great. I did not want plug in capability but rather wanted battery power. I have to say that the gloves heat evenly and the battery tends to last quite a long time (at least 2+ hrs) on the highest setting. Overall, I am very happy with this model. I tried the OR heated goes but was very disappointed in the battery life as well as them keeping my hands warm.May 19, 2015
David C Z:I've been pleased with mine. I use them to BICYCLE to work. Hands are fine down to 20 degrees. Battery lasts no more than 2 hours on full power, which is more than enough for my commute.May 19, 2015
It's best to have someone do the measuring, relax and enjoy. Let your arms hang naturally by your sides. Have the measuring tape fit snugly against the body and even to the ground. Liners are meant to be worn under outerwear clothing.
Chest - Measure around the fullest area of the chest, holding tape firm and level. Hold arms out, place tape, drop arms and record measurement.
Waist - Measure loosely at your natural waistline, typically above your beltline and closer to your bellybutton.
Hips - Measure around the fullest part of seat while standing and while sitting. Record the higher number.
Outseam - Measure from the top of the waistband to the bottom of the ankle, remember pants and pant liners will lose some length when in the sitting or riding position.
Sleeve Length - Measure from the top of the shoulder bone to the bottom of the wrist bone. Measure both arms as one arm may be longer than the other.
7.5 - 8
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Measure the distance around the fullest part of the palm of your hand, excluding your thumb
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