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Gerbing's lightest heated riding glove features coreheat12 Thermovelocity Protection, ergonomic finger design for flexibility, easily adjustable wrist cinch straps with Velcro closure and wear resistant palms with bone impact padding.
Durable Ultra-Lite textile for a velvet soft feel
Velcro wrist fastener
Incorporates Gerbing's coreheat12 Microwire heating technology that uses micro-sized heating fibers to surround the hand with warmth
Connects to a 12-volt accessory outlet with the optional 12-volt adapter plug for power or connect directly to the battery using the supplied battery harness
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Thomas B: Gerbing has a reputation for quality, I need heated gloves.Mar 31, 2014
Gregory R: My wife already has a pair of the leather G3 gloves and loves them. There are times that a lighter weight pair will be more convenient and these look like they will fill the bill. She said everybody should have two pair.Mar 15, 2014
Brandon M: Because the Alpinestars Polar Gore-tex gloves where an extreme disappointment and I needed gloves to keep my hands warm while riding this winter.Jan 22, 2014
Nancy P: I got my husband a pair for Christmas, they were ok, then last night they overheated and were ruined, so we another pair, he uses them to ride his motorcycle during the winter. NancyJan 10, 2014
Robert B: The glove liners I bought from a friend didn't fit . I used my heated gear for the first time today , it's cold and raw , but I was very comfortable going down the interstate at 85 mph [ I am not condoning violating the law] .Dec 31, 2013
Daniel R B: Old Gerbings gloves were 10 yrs old and bulkyNov 13, 2013
B E: very good products have already someNov 2, 2013
A shopper asked:I am looking for a very thin heated glove for my wife who participates in trap shooting over the winter and suffers with cold hands as a result. Is the thinnest pair you sell adequate for shooting and still have feel of everything?Nov 12, 2014
William H:These are wired 12v gloves. Is that what she's looking for? The textile is very pliable, lots of range of motion. For the price point I don't think there is anything better. The fingers could stand to be a bit tighter around my fingers. Does anyone know a finger-chubby workout program? I haven't had a chance to run these through colder temperatures. I bought them last February and didn't have anything much under 30s to test them in. As with any heated gear you want it to be on your skin, so fit is everything, but dexterity in these is very good.Nov 12, 2014
Dave K:These are pretty thin but still have a liner inside them. I do not know how much feel you need to pull a trigger, but I would say yes, you can. Note that you need 12 volt battery to run these. Buy the smallest size you can.Nov 12, 2014
Doris Reaver c/o P:They heat backs of each finger, the thumb and back of hand. Thinner in palm than passenger gloves for better ease of using controls. Blood vessels are on back of hand -- that what you need to warm up!! Hope this helps!Dec 27, 2013
I'm still not clear on if it heats the palm or not.
The video review mentions a "double pass" on the back of the hand and a "single pass" on the palm, which seems to indicate that the palm is heated, just not as much as the back of the hand. Can anyone verify if that's accurate or not?
Jan 3, 2014
David R:The technical guys can probably give you a better answer on the mechanics of these, but I can tell you that my wife uses them as a passenger and with the controller she has been very happy with the performance. She hasn't been out in arctic conditions by any means, lower 50's, so I can't comment on conditions below that. However she did have frostbite years ago and is more susceptible to colder weather if that adds anything to the discussion.Dec 26, 2013
Alexander H:These gloves heat fairly evenly throughout. I have ridden in 30 degree weather at 70mph with these gloves turned on to maybe the halfway point and my hands were toasty warm. I do ride a Victory Cross Country so the fairing does block some of the wind, but so far I am very happy with these gloves and wonder why I waited so long to purchase heated gear. well worth the investment, IMO.Dec 26, 2013
Henry B:Hi. Yes, I bought these gloves because they appeared thin. I fly an open cockpit aircraft and the temperatures are almost always below zero. The gloves worked great and I usually had to turn the heat down when they got too warm. Hope this helps your decision.Dec 30, 2013
A shopper asked:For those of you who have this glove. What is the coldest temps you would be comfortable using this model? Are the other two current models rated or better suited for colder temps than this model?Jan 13, 2014
Dave K:I cannot answer your question as I just got this glove and went on one ride. 40 F used to be the coldest that I could ride for short time befor my fingers would freeze to the point of hurting. With these gloves 40 is no problem, or even colder. My palm got so hot right away that I had to turn the heat down. I would venture to guess that with this glove on your fingers are not going to be the limiting factor on how cold or how long you can ride. The limiting factor is going to be other parts of your body, like your toes, your neck or your face. Hope this helps a littleJan 13, 2014
Steve H:I used the gloves the other day on A BMW K1200. RS at 42 degrees and they were fine. On my Ducati Diavel which is naked (no fairing) I had to turn them up to full. They are a great product. Down to 42 degrees. Not yet used them below that.Jan 15, 2014
A shopper asked:Can someone describe what it's like where the wire exits the glove? Is the wire right up against the skin near the wrist, or is there some kind of liner between the wire and the wrist?Jan 3, 2014
Bill thanks for the reply. i) I went ahead and ordered the gloves and they work perfect with the synergy Jacket. 2) As an added bonus the Gerbings came with a single connector to the battery, so now I have both my GoldWing and NC700X wired for the Synergy 2.0 liner and gerbings gloves. Double win with Revzilla. Now if you can get the warehouse get in a SW-Motech crash guard and a whoever skid plate for the NC700X I'd be spending more at Revzilla this month.
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.