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Gerbing's new line of 12V T-5 Hybrid Products utilize Gerbing's Hybrid Heating System. This system allows you the option of powering from your vehicle's 12 V electrical system, or from Gerbing's 12 volt Hybrid lithium-ion battery pack (sold separately) with its built-in microprocessor temp controller.
Made with premium, supple, drum-dyed leather
Soft tricot fleece lining with 100g of Thinsulate lining
Incorporates Gerbing's Microwire heating technology that uses micro-sized heating fibers to surround the hand with warmth
Internal waterproof/breathable membrane
Includes vehicle battery harness and Y-harness
Two 12 V batteries and a charger are optional (sold separately)
Max Heat: 135°F @ 27 Watts
Power: 12V DC 2.2 Amp
Connected to Vehicle Battery
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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Yoo Jin K: Wanted something that doesn't have to be connected to the bike to keep me warm.Feb 10, 2014
Dale B: Bought a pair of these for my son at Christmas...they run a little larger than I thought so I reordered for him one size smaller. But, alas, the original purchase fit me! So, I kept them and bought the batteries, too. They are wonderful for any activity in the cold...last used them clearing the driveway in single digit temps....hands kept warm all the while. The only issue is a way to keep the batteries charged up during summertime...let them go down too much and it will ruin them.Feb 9, 2014
Glenn C: It is waterproof and breathable.Feb 7, 2014
Chris R: I chose these because of the many positive reviews they received and because I'm a cold weather commuter and the only part of my body that I can't keep warm is my hands. I also like that they run on batteries and can be used off the bike.Jan 28, 2014
A S: I have friends that own this product and its very high quality that heats really wellJan 22, 2014
Richard M: These gloves are the best heated gloves on the marketDec 24, 2013
Wayne G: I like the option of the batteryâ?¦ wireless!!!Dec 18, 2013
Patrick K: I wanted gloves that would keep my hands warm without being wired to the bike.Nov 25, 2013
Timothy C: I like that I can use a battery pack and not have to mess with the bike battery hook upNov 14, 2013
Aaron E: Wanted to stay warm in 20-40*F with no bike mounted wind protection and my $80 winter gloves (Non heated) I had bought a few years ago have never really cut it. I wanted to be able to use batteries so I didn't have to wire all 3 of my bikes and wouldn't have to worry about forgetting to unplug. I did like the ability to "wire in" if I decide to later. It is also the only glove I saw that the palm was heated as well. Ultimately the multiple power souce options are what sold me.Nov 13, 2013
Erich P: Because they appear to be awesome.Nov 10, 2013
L S: tried the G3s before this and the gauntlet wasnt big enough to fit over my jackets cuff(Icon Motorhead leather jacket). The only remedy was to put the gloves on first then my jacket but that wasnt practical for me so returned them. Will give these a try hopefully the gauntlet is bigger then the G3s.Nov 3, 2013
Christian H: Plan to make the most of the cold weather season. Since I ride most of my commute with two fingers on the brake and clutch, headed grips don't do much to keep those fingers warm. Expensive, so hopefully they work.Nov 3, 2013
George S: I did a lot of research on heated clothes, and Gerbing's is highly recommended, especially for their customer service. Giving it a try.Nov 2, 2013
Richard D: More heat baby. The fingers are the first to go...Oct 29, 2013
George S asked:The description on Gerbing's website (10.20.13) talks about "On-cuff heat control keeps you in control and built-in 12 volt power cells keep you warm on and off your machine." Does the newer version of this glove come with these, or is the controller separate and the battery separate? How would the built in controller work with the dual-controller? Thanks, any info is greatly appreciated.Oct 20, 2013
Bill V:Yes, the micro wire extends the full length of each finger and the thumb. The heat is very well covered and even through out the hand. No cold spots. Less heat is felt in the palm (for the heated grip) but the back of the hand is fully covered. Gauntlet is a bit tight (the part of the glove that covers the jacket sleeve, but functional. I'm happy with the product. It is replacing the original pair bought in 2003. The old pair has held up very well.Jan 20, 2014
Robert M:Yes they do, your fingers will not get cold at all.
I suggest you treat them accordingly so the wires will last many seasons. Some people give no thought to treating them like they can deal with normal rough treatment like regular gloves. Micro wires are not like leather in terms of what they can withstand. I do not fold them, don't put heavy objects on them, don't store them in my helmet, etc.Jan 20, 2014
Newton B A:Yes, the heating elements extend into the fingers and they really help to keep your hands and fingers warm. I have heated grips on my BMW R 1200 GSA, but they don't work as well as the gloves, in that the heat surround the fingers and hands with the gloves.Jan 21, 2014
A shopper asked:What is the cost of the temperature controller with these gloves ? do you need the temperature controller or can you get away with just the gloves themselves and batteries ? thanksApr 11, 2014
Jim F:I've been totally happy with my gloves with just the battery pack. The batteries have a low medium and high sitting that last for various times depending upon the level you select. I've used the gloves with the battery pack for many other outdoor activities besides motorcycling such as snowblowing and sledding. I suspect if you went on very long motorcycle trips that you would need the temperature controller when hooked up to the motorcycle battery. For one and two hour trips the battery pack works well. Hope this helps. Apr 15, 2014
Wade A:I just have the batteries to heat the gloves. I have found that when the temp is 38 degrees I have to use the highest setting to be comfortable riding on the interstate at 70mph. I wonder sometimes if the gloves can be heated more with the controller, but I'm happy with just the batteries for now.Apr 15, 2014
Lanny F:Gloves and batteries are all you need for High, Medium and Low settings. That is what I use. The controller would give you more infinite settings, but in my opinion is not necessary. The controller would also require a different power source besides the batteries that fit into the gloves.Apr 15, 2014
Jack W:The controller is about $80. If you can plug in, there is no need for batteries. I don't use batteries as they need to be recharged way before I am done riding. I would recommend a controller that plugs into your bike with a heated vest and gloves.Apr 15, 2014
Frank S:I hooked my T5 gloves up to my bike's battery so I don't have the pack. The wrist does have a zipped pocket 2-7/8" x 2-5/8" which is of same glove exterior material and appears to be water resistant/proof. I can't say for sure as I ride in good weather and so far haven't been caught in a downpour. I have the jacket, gloves and boot inserts and rode today and had all heated gear connected. I live in Newfoundland and the most Easterly point in North America is approx. 7 miles from home.......cool temps and high wind are common .........and the heated gear expanded my riding time. I am pleased with my Gerbings gear and recommend it and RevZilla to all those interested in keeping the rubber side down. FrankAug 25, 2013
Mike H:The battery pack goes inside a pocket on the top of the glove. A little bulky, but not bad. And most likely resistant to water intrusion. There is a grommet where the plug passes into the pocket.
The Microwires are exposed in certain areas of the glove (at least mine). They go in and out of the liner. Sort of "stitched" into the lining. My first pair had green wires and, when I saw this, I thought they were sewed incorrectly. Gerbing replaced them with no issue. The new glove's wires are routed the same, but are black so they are less noticeable.Aug 23, 2013
doug m:Yes,there is a standard size chart that glove manufacturers use. The best one can be found on the lee parks website. It is printable and self explanatory. You should be more than satisfied.Jan 21, 2014
A shopper asked:I am a woman looking at either the G3 or T5 glove. The womens G3 looks bulkier than the T5, and I am used to a more racing style glove with Armour fitting over my leather jacket. My only concern with the T5 is that the glove fingers may be too long. I would be a small in the T5 circumference nearly 8 inches. Middle finger 3.25 inches. Any suggestions?
I measured my hand in hopes of giving you a reference. Circumference is about 8.75", middle finger is same as yours- 3.25". I purchased the mediums. There is a bit of room but nothing bad. The smalls would probably be perfect for you.
They are nice gloves. FYI- If you purchase the battery packs to run them, it makes getting your hand through the gauntlet a little tougher.
George K:Hi, there is a sizing chart for the gloves and it worked for me as I was concerned that the wrong size would arrive and would have trouble exchanging them as I live in South Africa. All worked out, just check their chart so you order their sizing, different manufacturers have different charts.Jan 22, 2014
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.
7.5 - 8
8.5 - 9
9.5 - 10
10.5 - 11
11.5 - 12
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.