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Very comfortable glove made with an exceptionally soft and supple drum-dyed premium leather that contours to the hand. The design is sleek, stylish and very functional as a light, but strong and pliable glove.
Coreheat12 heats the entire length of each finger, including the thumb, as well as the back of the hand.
All leather construction
Water resistant/windproof/breathable Aquatex® liner to provide protection from water and wind (Gerbing recommends treating the leather exterior with a waterproofing spray such as Nikwax Glove Proof)
Adjustable wrist enclosure
Thinsulate insulation and brushed liner for added warmth and comfort
Lifetime warranty on the heating elements
Gel cushioned palm
Incorporates Gerbing's Microwire® heating technology that uses micro-sized heating fibers to surround the hand with warmth.
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Dennis F: My wife had a pair of Gerbing heated gloves and I borrowed a pair from a friend for a trip from Florida to Alaska. Once there I decided I'd never ride in the cold again with them. Solid construction and good reputation. Much cheaper than the same product with the HD logo on them.Mar 8, 2014
Tony B: Tried a friends pair on a cold ride, will never go without them now :-)Feb 7, 2014
F R: Even in Alabama, hands get cold on long winter rides. After trying several different glove & liners, figured it was time for heated gloves.Jan 9, 2014
William W: I bought this pair of heated gloves for just that purpose - I need to keep my hands warm on those early morning commutes to work. My current unheated gloves just don't cut it. My commute is about 20 minutes and my fingers are pretty well frosted when I pull into the parking lot. While I have a high tolerance to the cold, we all have out limits and I've reached mine. I am hoping that I'll have nice toasty hands every day now.Dec 14, 2013
Mike F: Replacing an older pair of Gerbings gloves that have been great.Nov 14, 2013
DAVID B: HAVE OWNED GERBING GLOVES BEFORE AND LOVE THEMNov 12, 2013
Scott G: Gerbing makes a GREAT heated glove !Nov 7, 2013
Louis D: Great product comes with great recomendationsNov 2, 2013
Charles A: I want to continue riding through the winter. I have heavy winter gloves that keep my hands warm in temperatures down to the mid 40's. When the temp gets colder my hands freeze. After looking at several websites and different manufactures of heated gloves and reading reviews I believe Gerbing Gloves are are the best buy for the money. This is my first transaction with Revzilla. Based on my research I believe I got the best price through Revzilla and I expect to get excellent service.Nov 1, 2013
Dave C: Cut the tip of my finger off and now very sensitive to the cold. Wanna keep riding and these will work with the Gerbings jacket and controller I have.Oct 30, 2013
Olli T: Same as jacket. Only heard good things about this one and I hate cold fingers at winter. Before this I have used four layers of gloves, not anymore.Sep 24, 2013
Dale S: the leader in cold weather gearSep 13, 2013
Chris D: Cross country adventure this fallSep 10, 2013
Bill L: I researched heated `gear for awhile and wanted top quality . I dont have anything to compare these gloves with but I am 100% satisfied with them. Good fit , comfortable, and seem to be very well made. The heated control system is nice, they can easily provide more heat than I need even below 50*Aug 16, 2013
Dayna J: Bought as a gift for my motorcycle riding father. He requested these in particular.Aug 14, 2013
A shopper asked:do these gloves have heat on the palm side?Jan 20, 2013
VScott:They must, because I don't have grip heaters, and my palms are warm. When I take my hand off the bar and rest it palm-up on my lap, the palm gets very warm very quickly. My fingers are warm on the grip-side, too.Feb 25, 2013
BruceB:Guess you could find an adapter from the coax plug on the gloves to a 12v port. But I think you need a controller to use them effectively. You need to moderate the glove temp based on the temp of the wind and wind velocity. And then you would have a wire dangling from your hands to the bars, a potentially hazardous condition. I would spring for the controller and connect it to the battery, with the wires running up the jacket and your sleeves. Better still, get a heated jacket so you can plug into the bottom of the jacket, then connect the gloves to the wire in the sleeves.Jan 28, 2013
Onokiyo:I would recommend you to use manufacturer's plug ($20 or so). I custom made a cigarette lighter plug and the Coax Size M to use with my heated controller. Every time I turn the controller on, it blew the fuse. However, if I plug it to my jump-start battery, it works fine. Then I change the fuse from 7.5A to 20A, every time I plug it in, I saw sparks come off, so I went back to the original setting: Powerlet battery connector + Tour Master Synergy heat controller + Powerlet heated glove liners.Jan 14, 2013
GuzziMan:YES...but you'll need Gerbing's 12 Volt DC Plug Adapter. They DO NOT suggest using your Battery Tender connector as the wire gauge is not sufficient for the power draw of the heated items. The Battery Tender only sends less than 2 amps to the battery...the heated items draw much than that.Feb 18, 2013
RevZilla:Yes, to connect your Gerbing's G3 heated gloves to your lighter socket, all you would need is the Gerbing's12 volt DC adapter. This adapter has the correct end to connect to your gloves and plug into your lighter socket.Jan 2, 2013
RhodeHazard:If your snow blower uses a 12 volt battery and it can support both the heating element supply needs of the gloves as well as the normal needs of the snowblower, there is no reason why it should not work, at least until the battery is depleted.Jan 12, 2012
DannyW:I do not think that they have a rechargeable battery for the G3 or T5 gloves, only for the Hybrid (which is basically a T5 with a place for a battery). Gerbings also makes another line that is battery powered for outdoor activities.Jan 28, 2013
A shopper asked:Do I need to buy additional products - like a controller or wiring harness - or do these gloves come with everything needed to hook to the battery safely (i.e. including an inline fuse)?Oct 12, 2013
Chris B:Gerbings products come with a std. battery connector/Quick disconnect. Believe me, buy a temp controller. You Will buy (at the least) a vest once you see how TERRIFIC not driving with frozen fingers is, and how bad** s Gerbings products are. It'll give you time to figure out the ergonomics of the wire connection before you get the vest and/or a jacket . Another point, no controller means max heat at all times, The gloves are overkill till it's down around 30 degrees or so. (yep, they are that good!) Trust me ! controller will mange a complete heated outfitting with 2 separate control zones.Dec 3, 2013
Jerrold A:Gerbings sells a product you can find in this site called the Gerbing's 128MVKT Multivolt Battery Kit that will run these gloves without a motorcycle. Basically it's a rechargeable battery on a waist belt that you can charge at home. I've never used one myself.Sep 26, 2013
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.
Gerbing's 12V Heated Glove Liner Sizing
Hand Size (in)
Measure around flat hand at knuckles, thumb excluded, for your hand size.
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.