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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 differs from image

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Gerbing 12V EX Heated Gloves 4.5 5 31 31
Finally, a heated glove that not only looks good, but works! Combined with my Gerbing heated jacket liner and the dual controller, these gloves definitely do the trick for non-faired bikes in the cold weather. The convenience of the dual channel heated jacket liner is a must for these gloves and the temperature control is quite good. Heat comes on quickly and evenly and the dexterity is good for thick winter gloves. I like the attention to detail as a motorcycle glove, especially in the area of hand protection, lilke the re-inforced leather palm heal. I consider them essential gear for touring and their price is well worth the investment in added comfort and safety. May 4, 2015
These gloves seem to be has manufacture describes. Plush interior, gauntlet large enough to fit over jacket sleeves. Could use more heat in finger tips. May 3, 2015
Warm gloves but design needs work I've worn these gloves for two months in temperatures as low as 20 degrees F. They have been excellent at keeping my had warm with the controller. The down side of the gloves is the cuff is too small in diameter and could be longer. I can't easily get the cuff over the sleeves of my Olympic suit. The other issue I have is fit, but it's a problem I have with all gloves. I have large hands in diameter with short fingers, which makes grabbing objects hard. April 11, 2015
Excellent product Had to swap from large extra large to get comfortable fit as large was a bit tight. Only got to wear this pair once before too warm for them but worked great and felt good. Look forward to next cold season. March 16, 2015
Great with my Gerbing Jacket Im riding through the winter, commuting to NYC thanks to my gerbing gear. I highly recommend the gloves as a great complement to my heated jacket. February 16, 2015
Not Even Remotely Water Proof or Resistant! Gortex Option? I purchased these a few months back getting ready for the winter riding season. The reviews were positive but I always wondered WHY can't you get these with Gortex yet? Yeh Yeh....I have heard all the talk about the Gortex trademark...Blah Blah. But really what is the use in a decent glove if your hads get wet when it rains. It was raining not sprinkling and these were very wet in 1 hour even with BMW hand guards with the extra deflector bit. I would gladly pay more for the Gortex added feature. Now the positives...Gloves fit perfect, no pinches anywhere when on the grips and the heat is really well distributed. February 11, 2015
Works Good product overall, the gauntlet part could be bigger to fit over the jacket sleeve. The part that connects to the jacket is a 90 degree plugin and should probably be straight so the wires tuck in easily. But it works as intended. February 9, 2015
Good gloves for the right climate I received my EX gloves for Christmas but haven't had much a chance to wear them for I live in So Cal. and you know how So Cal. is in the Winter...warmer than some places Summers! Pros: The gloves are nice and warm very well and get warm quick...really quick! I do like that. The gloves are very comfortable Cons: the gloves are way too bulky! I do not like the way they feel when riding...too much glove and not enough feel. Now, this next comment is strictly a "con" because of wear I live but the gloves are too warm! I don't have to use the heat because they are warm enough without it...even in temps around the mid to hi 20's #Fahrenheit#. These would be great gloves for really cold temps but I don't know that they're great gloves for riding. I like to feel what I'm doing when riding and can't with these gloves on. I just purchased a pair of Alpinstar WR-3's to replace the Gerbings for my normal "cold weather" riding. I'm keeping the Gerbings in case I ever run into really cold weather but that will be the only time I ever wear them and it will have to be REALLY cold for an extended period of time. So, the conclusion is that the Gerbings are goods gloves but not for Southern California riders... they're very warm and WAY too bulky. will be good to have in extreme conditions which is why I'm keeping them in my side bags. Rides: 2012 Kawasaki Concours w/ABS February 4, 2015
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Gerbing 12V EX Heated Gloves
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Jacob J: The most comfortable gloves I've ever had. I got an XL. Fits perfect. For reference, my alpinestars & Spidi gloves are both Large's. You'll probably want to go a little bigger on size because your hands are going to get a little swollen from the heat. They GET WARM. They CAN GET HOT. I've rode in 30 degrees without hand guards and only needed 30% of the power that the control puts out. Which btw you will need. I got the Dual Temp Controller because I may get the heated insoles later in life. May 18, 2015
alex b: advertising on your site was helful Mar 14, 2015
Mark H S: High quality of Gerbing products and these gloves are water resistant. Jan 31, 2015
Leah D: Hoping for a warm ride. Research indicated that this was the best. Jan 16, 2015
Neal N: The best I could find on the internet. Jan 1, 2015
David M: Has a little more protection then other Gerbing heated gloves. I just hope their not too bulky. Dec 27, 2014
Hart V: Recommended by my son. Dec 7, 2014
DON G: replaced old heated gloves Dec 2, 2014
Mark M: Good reviews Nov 19, 2014
David S: Wanted to get a heated glove that was not as bulky as all leather T5. Nov 16, 2014
Randy W: A friend of mine has been riding for 40+ years recommended it. Nov 8, 2014
David S: Ha! Tired of parking for the winter. Tired of being cold when I do ride in the winter Nov 3, 2014
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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Gary T asked: Does the EX have heating elements in the palm? Mar 4, 2015
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Kenneth S: I don't know. I know that my hands do not get cold after 2 hours of riding in 20 degree weather. I don't have a fairing or wind protection around my hands. I do have a windshield. 2010 Triumph Rocket III Touring. I bought the gloves, jacket, pants, boot liners ( for my "Muck" boots) and two way controller. I'm 55 years old and wish I had bought this type of comfort when I starting riding at 12. Very good quality and worth every penny. Good luck and happy trails
Kid
Mar 4, 2015
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Randall C: I know it has heating elements in the outer edge of the palm (opposite the thumb). I am pretty sure that they go all the way across the palm, but because the pressure on this part of the palm while riding is greatest, there is a lot of heat on this edge (too much, in my opinion), and it is hard to notice the heat elsewhere on the palm. Mar 4, 2015
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David S: I don't believe they do but don't quote me on that. I written in 19° weather at 75+ miles an hour and had to turn it down because my hands began to sweat but my hands never got cold. The palms of your hands are the least of your worries Mar 4, 2015
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CLARK R: No. Just on back of hand and top of fingers. Mar 4, 2015
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A shopper asked: I want to get some heated gloves for both motorcycling and skiing - suggestions? Feb 21, 2015
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Angus M: Not for skiing. Wired to 12v battery system of your bike. Excellent system for motorcycle. Get the vest also and the two control thermostat. Ride all year like I do! Feb 25, 2015
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A s: Get two pairs. one for riding and one for skiing. Feb 22, 2015
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Michael H: GERBING 12V EX HEATED GLOVES hands down Mar 17, 2015
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Steven S asked: Are they waterproof? Anthony says waterproof but during video a banner comes up that they are "water resistant". What liner is it? The warranty change is a big deal too. Dec 30, 2014
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Stephan M: The liner is fleece. I've only rode once in the rain here in southern California for about an hour. My hands stayed dry. Im not sure if ther 're waterproof Dec 30, 2014
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A s: I have never used them in the rain but I would expect them to keep you dry. They are very warm and comfortable. the lining is fleece. Jan 1, 2015
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doug m: treat them with nik wax Jan 21, 2015
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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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Michael F: How do these gloves work with touch screens? Dec 21, 2014
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james h: As far as I know there is no touch screen for Gerbing, just the portable dial controller or gerbing's permanent dial controller that you install into your bike's console. Jan 13, 2015
David M: Not at all Micheal. Even with the screen sensitivity on my Samsung Galaxy on high it doesn't work. It's so annoying... I don't understand why nowadays companies don't add that automatically. Feb 14, 2015
Jon E asked: What heated gloves would you recommend for both motorcycling (I have a auxiliary outlet on my F800GS) and skiing? Feb 21, 2015
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Michael H: Gerbing 12V EX Heated Gloves with the controller. They survived and worked beautifully through our bitterly cold winter in Philly this year. Mar 17, 2015
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Kenneth S: The Gerbing are great quality and worth every penny Mar 4, 2015
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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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