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Gerbing 12V EX Heated Gloves

Designed to work seamlessly with Gerbing's most advanced EX coreheat12 riding systems. The EX Gloves features ergonomic finger design for flexibility, easily adjustable wrist cinch straps with velcro closure and wear resistant palms with full bone impact padding specifically designed for the temperature of speed.

The Coreheat12 Thermovelocity System is powered by a simple connection to your motorcycle's DC power system. A combination of Gerbing's patented microwire heating technologies in conjunction with the 12 volt electrical system on your motorcycle keeps you warm at speed.

Features:

  • Leather palm
  • Palm slider
  • Tricot lining
  • Water-resistant DWR finish
  • Max Heat: 135°F @ 27 Watts
  • Power: 12V DC 2.2 Amp
  • Includes Battery Harness and Y-Harness
  • 1 year warranty
Gerbing and RevZilla STRONGLY recommend the use of a temperature controller with this product, failure to do so may cause burns. 
Note: Palm slider color differs from image
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Gerbing 12V EX Heated Gloves 4.6 5 5 5
Nice glove, needs a couple of refinements. I've had the 12V EX jacket and gloves for a couple of weeks now and I've already done around 4000kms (2500mi) in them. Fit: I am a slim build, 177cm (5"10) and around 68kg (150lbs) I found the Medium sized jacket a little too loose around the torso and a little too tight around the forearm and wrists. Height was also fine, but the sleeves are probably an inch too long. which adds a lot of bulk around the wrist when the gloves are put on and strapped up over the cuff of the jacket. There are adjustment straps to tighten up the sleeves, but nothing to tighten up the jacket around the torso which I need. The Small sized gloves were a decent fit. I found the thumb a bit too short but all other fingers were a good length. Sizing up would have meant a bulkier and looser fitting glove so I can live with it. Connection: The cables for the battery were easily long enough for my Ducati Streetfighter and I found it very straight forward to hook up. The cables between the temp controller and the jacket look a bit messy though. The cables and plugs between the jacket and the gloves really really frustrate me a lot (see below) so I'd love to see a more user-friendly solution there. Style: They are great looking gear. Very understated and purposeful. The reflective strips on the jacket are modest and not too overboard. Weatherproof: I haven't ridden in the rain yet so I can't comment on how waterproof it is. The side vents don't really allow for any airflow through the liner, so there's basically no airflow whatsoever if the liner is installed. With the liner in, I was comfortable up to around 23DegC (73DegF) before I started getting too hot, and down to around 12DecC (53DegF) before I reached for the temp controller. Comfort: The Jacket is very comfortable and I didn't find it restrictive at all when I was on the bike. The gloves are quite bulky and you'll need to take them off to do anything more complicated than turn the key on your bike. You'll certainly struggle with a helmet strap! Heating: The heaters when controlled with the duel-temp controller were great. Although I have only tested it down to 0DegC (32DegF) for 1 hour duration. Most of my riding has been at temps between 10-20DegC (50-68DegF) With just a t-shirt on under the jacket, the heaters were more like having a hot shower on a cold morning. There were no hotspots, but the heat was a lot closer to the skin. With a thermal long sleeved shirt + t-shirt, it was more like having a warm bath. I found my core body temperature was kept much warmer. For the gloves, the heating wasn't very consistent across my entire hand and fingers. They overheated the outside of my palms and pinky fingers, and underheated my thumbs and index fingers etc. So I found myself turning the temp up too high on the gloves to get some heat into my index fingers which them made my hands sweat and feel colder. Features: For the gloves specifically, the wrist and cuff straps work well, as does the rubber visor wipe on the index finger of the left hand. I really wish they had a softer visor wiper though for wiping away fog/misting and cleaning the visor on the go. Complaints: My biggest complaint is the wiring between the liner and the gloves. The wiring for the gloves is terminated inside the sleeves of the liner, on the inside of your forearms. Then it exits the liner on the outside of your forearms. So if the cable is pulled too tight, which happens every time you need to plug in or unplug your gloves, it tightens around the liner and makes it almost impossible to get your hand through it when putting the jacket on or trying to remove it. The clips to stop the liner pulling out of the jacket are a total waste of time as the wrist opening on the liner is too tight to pull your hand through without the liner pulling half way out of the jacket sleeve, despite the clips. A looser sleeve around the wrist section of the liner would have cured this issue. I'd prefer the side pockets to zip from bottom to top to close as well so your change/sunnies etc doesn't fall out of the pockets as you zip them up (down). I think the heating from the gloves could be more evenly distributed. May 19, 2014
Excellent gloves These Gerbings gloves are fantastic!!! The liner is amazingly plush. Once plugged in, you begin to feel heat within a few seconds. Even without heat, I have no doubt that these gloves will keep your hands very warm. I particular like the added protection The only downside is that that electrical plug-in do not have a small zippered pocket for storage, like the T5 gloves. Nevertheless, I love these gloves. March 10, 2014
Great 30-50 degree cold weather gauntlets Gloves are really well made and work great with a several year old Gerbing heated liner used to power the gloves. On +50 degree days, the gloves are great without power. Anything below, and they are best powered up. I did have to swap for a size smaller (originally bought Medium, exchanged for Small) compared to my summer Alpinestars gloves (Medium-Octane S-Moto Gloves). I did not buy the temperature controller but agree that it is needed! These are toasty and I have to unplug them after awhile. Controller will be the next purchase. Can't say enough good things about Gerbing! February 8, 2014
Great heated glove compared to others. I am NOT a fair-weather rider. I live in Northern Virginia, and I commute to/from work via motorcycle. That's 100 miles a day, 500 miles a week, or nearly 25K a year. As long as there is no ice on the ground, I ride. Having said that, I have a '13 HD Ultra Limited with a 15" windshield. I have a full Gerbing's suit #older version# -- long jacket, pants, and boot inserts. I had the older T5 gloves, but ordered these because the T5's no longer kept my hands warm, even when riding in the 30's. These gloves, however, are MUCH warmer. In fact, they are so warm that I have to dial them back a bit, because they get too hot in the palm, in particular. Today, however, #7 Jan 2014# the mercury dipped down into single digits when I left for work, with wind chills at -15 even before hitting I-95. My commute is almost an hour, in good traffic. The gloves worked great for the first 35 minutes as usual, but then I noticed my thumbs and index fingers getting cold. By the time I got to work #50 minutes#, my thumbs and index fingers were very cold, and keeping them warm up to that point required working them out of their sockets and forming a fist, which warmed them up real well, since the palms of the gloves were still very hot. This might sound like a big complaint, but considering I was probably the only fool out riding his bike in -45 degree windchill weather, and considering that my old gloves #both the older T5's and a pair of Harley heated gloves# couldn't even come close to keeping my hands warm even at temps in the 20s, these didn't do too shabby. I would definitely recommend them. Unless somebody knows of a better pair of heated gloves on the market. ?? January 7, 2014
distribution is a little weird I've never had a heated glove before so noting to compare to. the outer parts of my hands on each glove get hotter fast and stronger then the rest of my hand, including my fingers. so to get my fingers warm enough, the outer parts of my hand need to get really hot. they are also thick. compared to my rev'it h20 gloves they feel huge. the throttle feels so much thicker while riding. its a bit harder to be precise, but thats the cost of staying warm? wonder if the leather ones are thinner. having said that, i couldn't ride in 20 degree weather without them. i like that they aren't leather. i know leather is the gold standard but i really don't like the way leather looks. it matches my rev'it jacket well. January 6, 2014
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Gerbing 12V EX Heated Gloves
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ricky C: Stylish heated gloves with protection Oct 6, 2014
Russell M: It's cold in NH Sep 24, 2014
Matthew V: I've had Gerbing heated gloves before, and they were fantastic. When it came time to buy a new pair, I went straight with Gerbing and Revzilla. Feb 19, 2014
Mosey L: because under 30 degree riding, my rev'it h20 gloves couldnt cut it, and my hands are freezing!
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Dec 16, 2013
A shopper asked: What's the main difference with the new T5? Oct 3, 2013
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Wendell E: Looks to me that the 2 differences are the T5 can use batteries and has Thinsulate, where the EX does not. Nov 24, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hello,
Sorry for my English, I am French and use an automatic translator.
What regulator of temperature is it necessary to use with these gloves?
Thank you for your answe
Raphaël
Feb 11, 2014
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Roland H: Gerbing sells a variety of controllers. There are two which can be attached to your bike via Velcro or attached to your clothing one is capable of running two heated devices at once, the other is a single which can only control the gloves. I recommend the dual as it costs only a little more and gives you more options. There is also a device which can be permanently be mounted in the bike. I would rather not alter my bike but if you ride In cold weather often it might be the best choice. Feb 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this glove waterproof or water resistant? Dec 13, 2013
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Lorena G: To be honest I do not know. Good question, Does not look, the tags read 60% leather (mainly the palm area) and 40 % nylon. Lining 100% polyester. It does not mention Gore-tex or any other water resistant material, I would say no. You can call Gerbing Co. for reassurance. Dec 13, 2013
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Jeffrey M: I looked on what packaging I have left from mine. I cannot see anything saying waterproof.

So I'm guessing they are water resistant only.
Dec 16, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have had the 12V T5 for almost 5 years. How does the new EX compare to the T5 in terms of thickness? Thicker or thinner? Or the same? My only minor gripe about heated gloves is the thickness. Warm hands in the winter is a very good thing though. Feb 19, 2014
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Stephan M: I haven't used the t5 so I can't compare the two. But the ex is not to thick. It's a comfortable thickness and warm. I would recommend them. I use them every morning. Feb 21, 2014
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Measurements for Proper Fit:

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.

Men's Gloves

Size Measurement (in)
2XS 6
XS 7
SM 7.5 - 8
MD 8.5 - 9
LG 9.5 - 10
XL 10.5 - 11
2XL 11.5 - 12
3XL 12.5 - 13

Measure the distance around the fullest part of the palm of your hand, excluding your thumb

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Black / 2XL 922148 GLXEM-2XL In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
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Black / XS 922153 GLXEM-XS In Stock: Ships within 24 hours