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Gerbing 12V G3 Heated Gloves
  • Gerbing 12V G3 Heated Gloves
  • Gerbing 12V G3 Heated Gloves
  • Gerbing 12V G3 Heated Gloves
  • Gerbing 12V G3 Heated Gloves

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Gerbing G3 Heated Gloves

Gerbing's popular G3 Heated Gloves give you the best of both worlds, warmth powered either by an optional 12v battery, or plugged into your bike's battery. The G3's coreheat12 with Microwire all-leather construction features ergonomic finger design for flexibility, easily adjustable wrist cinch straps with velcro closure and wear resistant palms with full bone impact padding. Keep your fingers warm and flexible, no matter your speed.


  • Leather outer with tricot lining
  • Incorporates Microwire heating technology that uses micro-sized heating fibers to surround the hand with warmth
  • Velcro wrist closure
  • Includes Gerbing 12V Battery Harness and Gerbing 12V Glove / Insole Y-Harness
  • 1 year warranty


  • Heat: Microwire Heat
  • Source: 12-volts DC
  • Current: 2.2 amps
  • Watts: 27 watts
  • Surface Temp: 135°F 

Gerbing and RevZilla STRONGLY recommend the use of a temperature controller with this product, failure to do so may cause burns. 

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Gerbing 12V G3 Heated Gloves 4.4 5 11 11
Not a motorcycle glove Not much heat, and uneven. Adequate on a 30F day behind a fairing, but no more. Hardly "toasty". never bought the expensive heat controller and see no need for it. These things barely keep up. The cuff is strait and small. Won't go over a heavy riding jacket even if you roll it back and try rolling it over the jacket. Barely fits over the knit cuffs on my regular winter jacket. So icy air on the wrists and the cuff of the glove clumsily bunched up. Unsuitable for motorcycling, A do not buy. January 13, 2015
Wish the cuffs were larger Great gloves that keep you fingers warm. The only reason that I deducted a star is that the cuffs are very difficult to fit over my Aerostich Roadcrafter suit. Getting the first glove on properly is easy, but the second is almost impossible because the cuff is too narrow to fit over the wrist opening of the Roadcrafter and the fine mobility in your fingers is limited by the glove you put on first. December 3, 2014
Terrific gloves with one minor annoyance I have both the gloves and jacket liner. They are terrific for commuting to and from work. So far I have ridden down to 18 degrees with pretty good comfort. I don't think I could do a 6 hour trip at that temperature but the combo does well for an hour or two of riding. I could go all day between 30 and 40 degrees. My only complaint is that my thumbs get cold at lower temps (anything below @35F). The seam runs right on the tip of the thumbs. My thumbs point directly into the wind with my current handlebars so some cold air must be leaking in. Not a deal breaker but definitely an annoyance. November 20, 2014
Must have gear These gloves are exactly what I needed. Super comfortable, pliable and warm. Combined with a temp controller they work really well for cold, even rainy, conditions. October 20, 2014
Great heated gloves! These gloves leave you with some feeling for the ride which many don't, they are very pliable and the heat is generous. I shopped heated gloves for many months before selecting these and they work great. April 6, 2014
THE solution to cold weather riding... Forget installing heated grips on all your bikes ($$$) and still having the top of your hands cold. I have been ridding for 30 years, including to Prudhoe Bay AK on a 1200GS ADV with heated grips and it was always marginal. The level of comfort provided by the G3s is without compare. Finally warm hands in 20F weather without boxer gloves feel !!! Have been using them for a full year now, over about 15,000 miles and they age very well. One of the smartest moves for all weather riders after buying a Gerbing jacket. My only regret: having waited so long to buy them... March 14, 2014
great gloves Nice warm gloves. easy to hookup. I usually wear an xl but the large fits perfect. February 7, 2014
It was so nice being warm This is the first review I've ever done, but I was really impressed with these gloves. I am amazed at how quickly they warm up. I was riding when I first got them, and thinking "These aren't very warm", so I stopped and took them off. Didn't take long to realize how cold it was - putting them back on, it was "Ooh, these feel good!" January 20, 2014
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Gerbing 12V G3 Heated Gloves
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Rita G: They had the best ratings that I read in my searches. Jan 7, 2015
Louis-Daniel B: Gerbing, Gerbing, Gerbing...already bought the jacket, the jacket liner, the pant liner...why stop there :) Jan 6, 2015
David C: Excellent reviews,good price,comfortable dealing with Revzilla. Jan 3, 2015
Brad S: wanted Gerbing's for the quality and the G3 for the all leather shell. Dec 18, 2014
Marvin T: 30 min ride to work and like to ride as many days of the year that I can Dec 5, 2014
Ronald M: I was told that if I were to order heated gloves that this was clearly one of the best brands. Nov 18, 2014
Matthew N: I wanted to ride longer this year but want to be comfortable while doing it. The Gerbings gear works great and it easy to install and use. Nov 16, 2014
Richard D: quality Nov 10, 2014
paul d: mates said they are the best Nov 10, 2014
Ritchie I: Colder weather is arriving and nothing is worse that freezing hands. The Gerbing 12V G3 Heated Gloves are an essential part of your fall/ winter riding season. They're very comfortable and fit great according to the size chart. Hookup to your bike's battery is a matter of minutes. These gloves, in addition to any other heated gear by Gerbing, will let you ride for at least another couple of months out of the year! Trust me, you'll never understand why you didn't get them sooner!! Nov 2, 2014
michael c: it had the best reviews i could read or find. this will be my first pair of heated gloves and am looking forward to trying them out. Oct 24, 2014
Charles H: great value Oct 23, 2014
Greg O: Best ratings. Top of the food chain.... Oct 15, 2014
Trina P: My son rides his Harley year round and I thought it would be nice if he could feel his fingers after a ride. ;) Oct 13, 2014
THOMAS W: great feed back Oct 1, 2014
LESLIE O: Read the reviews and made a choice Sep 9, 2014
Dustun R: Love these gloves. The cuffs could be slightly larger, outside that small down fall they work fantastic. So warm I can't turn them all the way up. At 38 F no problem. May 20, 2014
LEWIS D: My hands were cold. May 18, 2014
Carroll B: Reputation of Gerbing. Wanted waterproof gloves that would keep my hands dry and warm. Apr 16, 2014
wayne h: recommended by a friend Apr 15, 2014
Craig R: Keep my hands from getting cold. Mar 25, 2014
carlene f: Birthday gift Feb 24, 2014
Mike Y: Many products have good and bad reviews. It's hard to find many riders that are not happy with Gerbings. I need my gear to work now and in the future so I'm going with Gerbings' reputation on this purchase. Jan 24, 2014
Inge S: I have a Gerbing jacket liner which is fantastic. Wanted to try a pair of gloves too. Jan 22, 2014
Russell A: I don't like being cold! Jan 15, 2014
David L: These are a gift for my son. I have had Gerbing clothing for many years. This stuff is a must for winter riding. With over 187,000 miles on my Goldwing I have ridden in a lot of cold weather. It wouldn't have been nearly as easy to ride in the cold without the Gerbing heated clothing. I tried a couple of other brands over the years but nothing beats Gerbing for comfort and HEAT! I recommend it to anyone that wants to ride in the cold! Nov 25, 2013
Stuart D: WInter is among us! Nov 20, 2013
Michael S: Gerbing's has the best reputation in heated clothing and the best warranty available. Nov 4, 2013
A shopper asked: Will the glove gauntlet fit over a winter riding jacket? Feb 25, 2015
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Jonathan G: The gauntlet fits over my winter riding jacket cuffs.

I have had the G3 for a number of years. When it gets really cold (below 32 degrees) I use heated glove liners as well. A little snug, but worth it to help keep my finger tips from freezing.

Remember to use a Temp Controller. I loaned my liners to a friend who only used the off-on switch and it was so cold that he left the switch in the on position and burned the back of his hands. I was OK with my temp controller.

Keep the rubber down and the shiny side up.

Feb 25, 2015
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Federico R: Yes it will, with a comfortable snug. Just keep in mind that the cable will be a bit in the way limiting how far in the jacket sleeve will go in. Feb 27, 2015
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Carl T: This is kind of tight it barely makes it over my winter leather there are other styles that gerbing makes have a bigger cuff I would go with that Feb 26, 2015
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A N: It just barely fits over my jacket sleeves. I like the gloves otherwise but having to pull them over the sleeve makes them a PITA to put on. Feb 25, 2015
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James R: I wear a Harley leather jacket and, yes, it's tight but the gauntlet fits over the sleeve of the leather jacket. Feb 25, 2015
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Michael S: Of course it would depend on the jacket, but it should fit over most. Feb 25, 2015
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A shopper asked: Does it have heat in the palm? I have heard conflicting info about this glove. Jun 16, 2014
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Kevin M: Yes, definitely has heat in the palm of the glove. The glove itself is warm without the power on, turn on the juice and you have very warm hands. The only downside, perspiration makes the gloves almost impossible to get on/off.

I rode around the north shore of Lake Superior over Memorial Day, temps down to 35F, kept me nice and warm.

Good luck!
Jun 16, 2014
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Olli T: This new 2013 model definitely does have heat in the palm too. They will surround your hand completely with warmth. I feel no cold spots at all. It's like hand in warm bucket of water. If the glove has 90-degree plugs, it will have heat in the palm. These are wonderful gloves, I don't feel sorry for paying so much of these. Worth every dollar. Jun 17, 2014
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Karl J: These gloves do have heat in the palm. I have found them to work very well.
Hope this helps.
Jun 17, 2014
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KARTHIK G: It heats up good for me except the index finger and thumb.
Jun 16, 2014
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Russell A: No heat in the palm...that's what heated grips are for :-) Jun 16, 2014
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Michael S: yes Jun 29, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the Gerbing G3 heated gloves come with a temperature controller? If not what is the price on the controller? Aug 19, 2014
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"" ": no the gloves are awesome I use them for 14000 miles on my ride to Alaska and down the Pacific coast and back across the country May of this yearyou can purchase a individual thermostat that comes with many variations to plug into your bike or you can have a controller for your jacket for your gloves that has variable settings I recommend the second option because sometimes your hands get too hot Aug 19, 2014
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Karl J: Hi

The gloves don't come with a controller. I would recommend the dual controller, so if you bought any other Gerbing gear it will work with it. The single controller only allows you use just the gloves. Single controller is 69.99 dual is 99.99. FYI the glove work great. Hope this helps. Karl
Aug 22, 2014
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Olli T: No, sorry but they don't come with a controller. You can buy a single or dual controller separately, and you can use it with any other Gerbing product too.
Single controller is cheaper, and you can fit both in a price range something from 60 to 100 dollars. Dual is near that 100. Hope this helps.
Aug 22, 2014
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Geoffrey C: Here's the portable single-temp controller for the Gerbing 12v gear: http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/gerbings-portable-single-temp-controller Aug 19, 2014
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Kevin M: The controller is sold separately, I encourage the dual controller so you can heat gloves and a vest at different temperatures. The controllers are in the Revzilla website, don't know the price off the top of my head. Aug 19, 2014
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Attila C asked: Does this glove interact with mobile phone screens? Will it touch or slide when swiping? Dec 2, 2014
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Ronald C: Hello Attila,
I tried using the Gerbing Gloves on my iphone yesterday. I was not able to interact with my phone while warring the gloves. I connect the gloves to a heated jacket. When I need to use my fingers for something I just remove the gloves and let them hang from the wires. If anything else is needed let me know.
Dec 3, 2014
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Terry C: I wouldn't think so, but I've never tried. If I'm wearing these gloves, I'm on my motorcycle and won't be looking at moblie devices. I've found them very easy to slip on and off, for example, to zip up my coat.

Dec 2, 2014
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Jason S: I hesitate to say that it will. Using the thumb I was able to swipe the screen, but it is not very easy to do. Dec 2, 2014
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lawson k: No. It does not. Dec 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: One of my old G2 gloves broke and I need to replace them but the only one's sold now are the G3. Will the G3 still plug into my jacket the same way as my G2 did? Nov 18, 2014
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Dustun R: Yes with a explanation. The G3 version gloves have a 90 degree bend at the end of the wire at the wire/plug end, otherwise the actual connection itself is the same. Nov 18, 2014
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Janet S: Yes.. they connect the same way. The only downside is the new G3 have a smaller gusset making it extremely difficult to pull over my coat sleeve. Nov 18, 2014
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Terry C: Yes, no issues. As Dustun said, the end has a 90 degree turn on the plug, but no issue. Dec 2, 2014
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Allan G: They will work fine, just like the older gloves. Nov 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: my fingers are short ,some gloves are a good bit long for my hand. how do these measure up? Mel Dec 12, 2013
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Dustun R: I'm normally a Large and most gloves tend to have extra room in the finger length however these fit perfect. I would say a true fit with just enough length in the fingers. Hope this helps Dec 13, 2013
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Carl T: I have short fingers too. The large fits my hand better than the medium in so far as opening and closing my hand. The fingers on the large are just a little longer than I like. The medium may have stretched over time but I went with the large. If you fat hands/normal large hand with short fingers I go with large skinny hands definitely go with medium Dec 13, 2013
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Robert H: My first pair of heated gloves. They fit great, they are warm, soft and comfortable My fingers go nearly to the end, which is better than most store bought gloves for me. Dec 14, 2013
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Bruce L: I would say that the fingers on these gloves are of average length. Dec 12, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have full FirstGear heated gear that I like, but do NOT like their gloves. Can these Gerbings interface with my FirstGear dual remote heat troller? Jan 2, 2014
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Charles W K: I have a first gear dual controller and run a warm and safe jacket and gerbings G3 gloves, works great. Apr 6, 2014
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KARTHIK G: gerbings will go only with gerbings. unfortunately you cannot mix and match. Jan 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: What's the difference in this and the now "older" G3 model? Features appear the same on this site, but the photos are obviously different? Is this one's functionality/design "better"? Thanks! Oct 24, 2013
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Andriy S: It is a new style of gloves, and has options with using 12v battery instead plug in to your bike's battery. Nov 1, 2013
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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.

Click here to see the full Gerbing Heated Clothing Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
XS 922134 GLG3M-XS In Stock: Ships next business day
SM 922132 GLG3M-S In Stock: Ships next business day
MD 922131 GLG3M-M In Stock: Ships next business day
LG 922130 GLG3M-L In Stock: Ships next business day
XL 922133 GLG3M-XL In Stock: Ships next business day
2XL 922128 GLG3M-2XL In Stock: Ships next business day
3XL 922129 GLG3M-3XL In Stock: Ships next business day