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Gerbing 12V Heated Glove Liner

Form fitting and sizing allow for a snug fit as these gloves are designed to be worn under existing gloves or mitts. Equipped with coreheat12 Microwire Heat Technology to heat each finger and thumb as well as the back of your hand. Recommended for use with uninsulated riding gloves.The Glove Liner includes a streamlined design utilizing a Amara fabric on the palm for a better grip. Other features include a Nylon fabric on top of the hand that insulates the heating wires protecting them from abrasion, and an adjustable closure that secures the cuff at the wrist.

Features:

  • Gerbing's heated glove liners are constructed with Stretch Cordura allowing a form fit
  • The glove heats the entire length of each finger including the thumb as well as the back of your hand
  • Amara palm provides gripping power to the interior of your outer glove
  • Adjustable Neoprene wrist fastener
  • Brushed Tricot lining for added warmth and durability
  • Patented Microwire heating technology
  • Lifetime Warranty on the gloves' Microwire heating technology
  • Includes: Battery Harness and Glove Harness
  • 1 year warranty

Specifications:

  • Heat: Microwire®
  • Source: 12-volts DC
  • Current: 2.2 amps
  • Watts: 27 watts
  • Surface Temp: 135°F +/- 5°F at 32°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 Heated Glove Liner 4.2 5 28 28
Good product that works well. The Gerbing electric glove liners kept my hands warm for some four hours cutting grass with a utility tractor in 30 degree weather. They did a great job. November 14, 2014
.Product fits well. Just tried them briefly, then the temp went up so I didn't get a chance to see how well they work, but my hands did warm up. Looking forward to tryiing them in the cold. They fit well and itis not difficult to manipulate the motorcycle controls with them under my gloves. March 10, 2014
Awesome! I own both heTed gloves and these liners. I like the liners 100 times more than the gloves. I recommend ordering one size down. February 10, 2014
The "updated" design contains a number of flaws. Unfortunately the glove liner pictured (as of this review) is not accurate; it is of the older glove style which is a true liner, vs. the new style which is a pseudo glove (more on that later). Watch the video to see the current version glove liner. The glove liners in the video look thick and I had my fingers crossed that they would be thinner than they looked in the video when I placed the order... It turns out that they are on the thick-side of serviceable but there are some key design elements which lead me to return these liners. Thinsulate insulation: This would be great, if you needed insulation, but chances are you don't. That's why you're buying gloves as "liners", because your outer glove contains the wind-stopping and weather proof material. By adding insulation to the liner, it just makes everything thicker than it needs to be. Rubberized fingers and palms: This would be a good idea, if these gloves were meant to be stand-alone gloves, but they're not. You might be able to use them as stand-alone gloves on a chilly, dry day, but that's about it. The rubberized surfaces add to the bulk and stiffness of the liners, bunch up beneath your fingers and palm, and make getting the liners in and out of an outer glove difficult. 90 degree power plug: Why? Maybe I'm thick but I'm not aware of any advantages of using a 90 degree plug on the gloves, but I can think of two disadvantages. The 90 degree plug creates a hard knob and extra wire which you need to figure out how to manage. The 90 degree plug also keeps the wires from transitioning seamlessly from the glove to the jacket-sleeve plug. A good example of a seamless wiring transition would be the Powerlet or Venture glove liners. Unfortunately for me the cons far outweigh the pros with these liners. December 24, 2013
Glove does it's job/ but its bulky. Heats up great, good quality. The only thing to complain about; its bulky for a liner. Had to buy another glove to fit over it because the gloves i own didn't fit over the liner. Bought the liner a size smaller than i normally get and had to buy the over glove one size larger than what i normally have. December 19, 2013
Made it 8 days The left glove died 8 days into a two week colder ride through the Rockies. Failed at a pretty critical time and made the rest of the ride difficult. Works beautifully nice and instant warmth. Felt small according to the size chart so if in doubt, go up. Had a Gerbings liner fail within a year as well. Gerbings service and products have been nothing but problems so far. Sent for warranty repair, will see what happens. Revzillas shipping and service was great and I would highly recommend. December 16, 2013
Solid Heated Glove I bought these gloves to go underneath some Firstgear waterproof shell gloves. So far, so good. They aren't "liners" so much as insulated heated gloves in their own right; so you may need to buy a size larger shell glove than you normally wear for them to fit underneath. With a variable controller you can easily choose the warmth level you want. Combine handguards on your bike and you should be able to ride in any temperature, no matter how cold. November 4, 2013
helps a lot in the cold I like this product it will work in about just any glove complements the cold weather gloves I already had October 28, 2013
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Gerbing 12V Heated Glove Liner
Already Asked: 9 Questions, 26 Answers
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ray A: I have heard good thing about Gerbing heated gloves I hope there are as good as they say Nov 21, 2014
Larry B: Cold weather riding Nov 18, 2014
Rocco B: mostly good reviews and I NEED the warmth!!!!!!! Nov 8, 2014
Tom C: I have a pair of heated gloves but i'm not real satisfied with them. I have some heavy leather thinsulate gauntlet gloves. I'm hoping that these will work in conjunction with my gauntlets, better than my current gloves. Oct 20, 2014
Shawn S: reviews and winter riding in south mississippi Oct 15, 2014
Cliff S: I already own the Spidi Fjord Gloves which have been awesome.... but as I am getting older (more experienced) the colder weather is taking its toll on my hands. Oct 6, 2014
Charles S: I already have excellent riding gloves and needed a heated element for inside, this seemed like the perfect choice with the rest of my Gerbing equipment. Sep 26, 2014
THOMAS P: These allow close fit to hand for better heat transfer and lets the outer glove to take the wear and tear of use. Aug 27, 2014
ANDREW H: as a backup to my gerbings heated gloves. Jul 31, 2014
F R: my wife is paralyzed and gets cold very easily, i got her this gear, she rides, enjoys and doesnt shiver in weather thus far....been in mid 50s weather with it, she was toasty warm....excellent purchase!! We love to ride, and do what it takes to make it happen Jun 18, 2014
DAVID h: Highly recommended!! Nov 19, 2013
Henry O W: I ride ATV year round in SW ND, and I freeze in a short time ,a friend told me about this gear,SOUNDS GREAT, I will soon find out. Will be using glove, jacket,pants,boot,and sock,liners with dual temp controller Oct 13, 2013
A shopper asked: can I use these gloves with a 9volt battery? Jan 14, 2014
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Robert Sr J: They aren't designed to be connected that way. Assuming you are using a standard controller, it would work with the lower voltage but they will not get as warm and you will drain the battery quickly. Jan 14, 2014
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Robert Y: These glove liners need a controller that supplies 12V power. They may work at lower voltages, but the heat output will be lower (Ohms law). Jan 14, 2014
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Trevor T: No. They need to be hooked up to a 12v battery that is running of the generator/alternator (so 14v.) Jan 14, 2014
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Dan C: I think there 12 volt only Jan 16, 2014
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Hubert H: I wouldn't recommend it Jan 16, 2014
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anthony c asked: Which battery will these work with? Oct 28, 2014
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Dan H: These glove liners work with 12-volts DC. They connect directly to your motorbike's battery. They include the harness to attach to your battery. Oct 29, 2014
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Michelle S: I don't use a battery with my gloves, I attach them to my heated jacket liner which I connect to my bike battery
Hope this helps they are awesome and I brought my husband a pair also
Oct 28, 2014
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ralph a: they get wired to your vehicle.... 12V Oct 28, 2014
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A shopper asked: what is the difference between the T5 and the G3 heated gloves Sep 2, 2012
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RevZilla: The difference is that the Gerbing's T5 Heated Gloves offers more protection against the elements and in case of a crash thanks to the reinforced palm and knuckles. On the other hand, the Gerbing's G3 Heated Gloves offer a thinner full leather construction, which does not grant as much insulation and protection, and also will not be waterproof (the Aquatics liner provides the waterproofness). Sep 5, 2012
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JoeT: I looked at both and was told the T5's are warmer. I bought the T5's to replace the heated glove liners and the are much more comfortable, easier to get on and off and probably warmer, although have not really been put to the test. I rode in 16 degree weather with the glove liners and never had the power on full because the top of my left hand was getting burned. Dec 5, 2012
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A shopper asked: What accessories are needed to hook up the g3s. to the bike? Dec 20, 2012
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RevZilla: The Gerbing's Heated Glove Liners include the battery harness and the Y-cable glove harness that connects both glove liners into a single junction. We would strongly recommend adding a single temperature controller or dual temperature controller to go between the battery harness and glove harness. If you plan on adding a second piece of heated gear (jacket liner, pants liner, heated socks, or heated insoles), we recommend the dual controller. Dec 21, 2012
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A shopper asked: Can those gloves connect with http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/gerbings-core-heat-s2-jacket ?
Also, with what battery kit and jacket are those gloves compatible?
Sep 17, 2012
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RevZilla: The Gerbing's Core Heat S2 Jacket can not connect with the Gerbing's Heated Glove Liner seeing as the Heated Glove Liner will be wired to your battery and the Core Heat S2 Jacket is powered off of a a 7 V 2.2 Ah rechargeable lithium battery. The Core Heat line is actually not made for motorcycle. It is more so designed for stadium use or use off of the bike. Sep 18, 2012
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A shopper asked: Can you use the gloves without a splitter? Dec 11, 2011
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OldManRick: This glove liners come with everything you need to use them (a battery harness, and a glove harness). The glove harness itself is essentially a splitter with very long cords, long enough to plug into the battery harness, then go down the sleeves of your jacket all the way to your glove liners.

A second splitter would only be necessary if:

1) you already have a battery harness, and possibly a temperture controller that is NOT dual temperture control, and you want to use it but NOT the battery harness that comes with the gloves,
AND
2) you do NOT have a Gerbing's jacket (these glove liners will plug directly into Gerbing's jackets)
AND
3) you DO have something else that is already plugged into the battery harness/temperature controller you are currently using and would like to continue to use.

In this case the splitter will allow you to plug two things (your current thing, plus your new glove liners) into your current battery harness/temperature controller.
Dec 12, 2011
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A shopper asked: Gerbing's heated glove liners. My hand size appears to be 9 inches, would you suggest I try a L or XL size. Can I exchange if the size needs to be adjusted? Nov 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: does it come with both left and right gloves? Aug 14, 2012
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RevZilla: Yes, when you order Gerbing's Heated Glove Liner you will receive both a left and right glove. Aug 14, 2012
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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.

Gerbing's 12V Heated Glove Liner Sizing

Glove Size Hand Size (in)
2XS 6.5-7.0
XS 7.1-7.5
SM 7.6-8.0
MD 8.1-8.5
LG 8.6-9.0
XL 9.1-9.5
2XL 9.6-10.0
3XL 10.1-11.0

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.

Click here to see the full Gerbing Heated Clothing Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 2XL 716644 A-0-15-6-30 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 2XS 716638 A-0-15-0-30 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 3XL 716645 A-0-15-7-30 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 716642 A-0-15-4-30 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD 716641 A-0-15-3-30 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / SM 716640 A-0-15-2-30 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 716643 A-0-15-5-30 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XS 716639 A-0-15-1-30 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours