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Held Freezer Glove

Held's warmest glove! For days when its almost too cold to ride. All leather outer shell construction. Water and wind proof Gore-Tex liner. Insulated with warm Primaloft insulation.

Features:

  • Outershell in soft aniline cowhide
  • Water-repellent
  • Primaloft lining (65% polyolefin, 35% polyester)
  • Gore-Tex membrane - waterproof, windproof and breathable (100% polyester with 100% polyurethane coating)
  • Velcro adjustment at wrist and cuff
  • Ball of the thumb protected by Schoeller Keprotec
  • Temperfoam knuckle protection
  • Visor wipe
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Held Freezer Gloves 4.2 5 40 40
Excellent cold weather glove I chose this glove to upgrade from my current winter glove. This was a great choice for me. The construction and fit of the glove is first rate. Super comfy without all of the bulk you normally see in a winter glove. I have only worn it once it 40 degree weather and my hands were definitely toasty. I have other Held gloves and will stay with Held. You get what you pay for! Held is perfect for me. March 31, 2014
Get them a little bit bigger and get some liners if it's freezing I think it's hard to read these reviews without context, so here's my situation: --I'm skinny and have poor circulation year-round. My fingers and toes go numb all the time in winter, not just on my bike. Like, sitting around my house. [And, no, it's not diabetes] --My general ride is about 10 minutes at 30-40 mph on city roads. --I live in central Missouri (StL/KC latitude). [but see below] --I ride a lot at night, frequently at 2 am, when it is quite cold, very different from daytime commuting. --I have tried two other pairs of winter gloves, both with liners. One was a generic department store glove and the other was a standard (not high-end/polar) Kombi ski glove from an outdoor specialist. --I wear long underwear and good boots (if I don't have the boots, I wear 2x socks) and a balaclava and have a windshield. [Your fingers will also freeze if you are losing heat elsewhere.] ---------------------------------------------------------------------- Other reviewers have said you can get other gloves just as good for a lot cheaper. That *might* be true, but I never found them. The gloves are a bit misnamed as "Freezer" gloves, but they are still pretty darn good at 32 degrees. Your hands will get cold, BUT THEY WON'T FREEZE. With all my other gloves my fingertips turn white and go numb within 10 minutes; if I rode longer in those gloves, I would absolutely get frostbite. My hands and fingers ARE cold in these gloves, yes, but they aren't frozen and I'm in no danger, just discomfort. Look at all the negative reviews from this year (the "polar vortex" 2013/2014 year) compared to other years. These gloves as-is will work for you 350 days out of a normal year around here. Not that you'd want to wear them in July but you probably could. These gloves are a tight fit (use their measuring methodology, then round up). They will break in, somewhat, but if you're not sure--GO BIGGER. [Or order 2 pair and return the one that doesn't fit.] I had to order a second--larger--pair. I use glove liners and ride 365 days a year (less ice and snow, and even then sometimes). I've ridden as cold as 5 degrees F (wind chill -13). This winter the average temp when I ride at night has been 13 to 23 F. If I was going to commute 20+ minutes at highway speeds, I'd just pay the extra fifty bucks for heated gloves. Either that or buy brush guard/hand shields. Or drive. There is no glove that's going to work at 15 F for 45 minutes at 60 mph and also give your fingers the abilities to do fine manipulation. Imagine standing on a glacier in 60 mph winds...you'd be wearing big fat mittens, not form-fitting leather gloves. Or you'd be inside an enclosed vehicle, not an idiot like me on a bike. So you have to manage your expectations. I admit the price on these gloves is very high. You can probably get something 90% as good for 50% the price. By the way, there is no arguing that these gloves are FANTASTIC for 40+ F weather. For the price? That's up to you. P.S. Is it wrong that I just ignore the reviews from Florida? March 10, 2014
So far, so very good They work very well in keeping hands warm, a little bulky but not as to be a problem. March 3, 2014
great gloves.... mutant thumbs I've successfully commuted and long distance traveled through the Scottish winter, the very tips of my fingers got cold after about 1.5 hours riding at 70mph at -1'C and have never had wet hands despite the pis*ing rain that Scotland delivers so well :D my only gripe is the size of the thumb, its massive, actually longer than the middle finger on the glove, so you have at least a cm of the tip of the thumb flapping around, I'm sure it would be handy to have a thumb that large, but alas im not one of the mutant few March 3, 2014
Well designed and fit to purpose This glove is very well designed and manufactured. I only wish I could have used it more often. Let me explain. For you Polar Vortex denizens, SoFla has only a cool season (40-50 degrees F Dec-Feb). But we lust for it, as the Summer (May-Oct) is 90-90 (degrees F & humidity) all day long. So acquiring a cold weather, waterproof glove is still important. But heated gloves are overkill. With value for money, excellent design & build quality, fit to purpose, this glove serves well. However, the past two 'Winters' have been unseasonably warm, disappointing all of us locals. The sweaters have rarely left the closets. So, for the few days It has been cool enough to need it, this glove is great. February 24, 2014
These gloves did not keep my hands warm Maybe I'm asking too much but, the description of this glove led me to believe they would do a "decent" job of keeping my hands warm @ 60 mph in 30 deg.. However, this was not the case. I wore them for the 20 miles I ride to work in 34 deg. and they did no better in keeping my hands somewhat warm than the MUCH cheaper pair of gloves I've been using. They were comfy and probably OK at higher temp but, if I'm to spend this much, they have to do better than this. January 6, 2014
Great winter glove for temps around 30 degrees I ride through the winter in Colorado when the roads aren't snow covered. I recently bought a pair of BMW winter gloves and my fingertips froze in temps between 15-30 degrees. I took the BMW gloves back because of their lack of warmth. I bought the held gloves and have been wearing them for about a week and riding in temps between 20-35 degrees. My fingertips are warm and the gloves are comfortable. I do not agree with the reviews that state the gloves are not warm below 40-50 degrees. Very happy with the warmth so far. January 1, 2014
Still Froze Super thick gloves (making it hard to bend fingers) that don't keep you that warm. My Held waterproof goretex gloves (no insulation) kept my hands warmer. These sit unused now, I moved on to electrically heated Venture gloves (which even when unplugged are warmer and thinner than these). December 24, 2013
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Thomas P: excellent cold weather glove Aug 9, 2014
James W: best cold weather glove I could purchase and really like my Phantom track gloves manufactured by Held. May 9, 2014
Brian C: Reviews are great on these gloves, but I'll wait until I receive my pair before I comment.

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Jan 6, 2014
Ken M: Good reviews and rated best cold weather glove Dec 15, 2013
Isis E: I chose this item because they're long, insulated, and waterproof gloves. Dec 15, 2013
Paul C: I had a Held EVO Thrux Gloves for the warm weather which is a amazing gloves in every way.
Now, I am purchaing a pair of Held's warmest gloves for the winter, so I choose Held's Freezer Gloves.
Dec 11, 2013
L Y: Was told by ravzilla rep it was the best winter glove you sold. Nov 28, 2013
Andrew S: did research on winter riding gloves and this appears to be the best looking glove with best features. A bit high in price but, need good glove as no heated gear or handgrips yet Nov 6, 2013
Johnnie B: Yes! Some of the BEST non-electric colder-weather gloves I have used to date. Very pleased with this product. Nov 4, 2013
Allen C: needed Cold weather gloves Nov 1, 2013
Barbara B asked: I purchased Held freezer glove, it fits snug, should i have got a larger size? Nov 7, 2013
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Carl B: My gloves fit very snug when they were new. It took roughly a month of riding for them to stretch out and conform to my hand and now the fit is perfect. These are great gloves and I highly recommend them! Nov 7, 2013
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Matt D: yes mine fit very snug when I first got them, I ended up purchasing a bigger size and they still fit snug, but better. there is tons of insulation in these gloves that just needs to be broken in. after several long rides they broke in very nicely. what you don't want is the glove to be too tight that it starts affecting the circulation in your hands, b/c then your hands will get cold and no matter what you do you cant warm them up until to stop riding. Mind you I also have heated grip on my bike, and while wearing these gloves I don't have to use them, even in 30 degree weather. Nov 8, 2013
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Jeremy J: Mine also fit snug. I believe they are supposed to fit snug. The snug fit maintains the insulating properties of the glove. Keep in mind these are what I consider extreme cold weather gloves. They keep my hands warm in 40 and 30 degree weather. Windproof and waterproof what more could you ask for. Ordering the next size up for me might have made the fingers too long. That is something I do not like in any glove.

Jeremy
Nov 8, 2013
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Robert G: It is a very well-built, beefy glove. If it is too snug, i.e.; glove feels too tight when you make a fist or hold on to motorcycle handlebars, it's probably a little small. To get the benefit of the thermal properties of the glove, it should not be constrictive. At the same time, if too loose it could pose a safety issue. The glove needs to stay on your hand in the event of a mishap/get-off! Safe riding! Nov 9, 2013
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Daniel Y: My Held Freezer gloves also feel snug; I think they are a good fit. If they are so tight at the ends of the fingers and thumb, that if when you straighten them (from their natural curl) they become uncomfortable, then they are probably a size too small. Just my opinion. Nov 7, 2013
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Mauricio R: I have the same gloves and I got a large size, so the insulation doesn't compress making them super warm. A snug fit will take away from the warmth Nov 11, 2013
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scott m: They loosen up as you break them in. mine were snug at first but with use they are now a perfect fit. But then it depends on how snug they are. Nov 9, 2013
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Ernest T: Maybe..., mine fit snug too. Mine freeze my fingers below 42 degrees F . A little looser would maybe be warmer. Nov 7, 2013
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A shopper asked: I wear a Size 9 in the Held Evo Thrux summer gloves. Was wondering if I should also get a 9 in the Held Freezer, or go up to a size 10 since it is a winter glove...? I've read that one should want more space in a winter glove to promote more heat and circulation. I've also noticed trying on Helds in the past that a size 9 in one model may differ from a size 9 in another model...I also have long fingers. Aug 31, 2012
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capnjack52: I've had two pair of Held Steve gloves, size 8.5, and was concerned about size differences between models, but found that the Akira-Evo in 8.5 fit exactly the same - which is to say just right. The only reason to get a larger size winter glove would be to allow for bulky under gloves. FWIW, though, I found that a thin pair of Under Armour liner gloves fit easily and comfortably under the Steve gloves. Oct 10, 2012
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Erroyl: It runs small.. i wear a large in joe Rockets, but needed a 10 (XL) in these. Nov 26, 2012
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HeldWhile most gloves sold in the US are offered in alpha sizes (Small, Medium, Large, etc), Held gloves are sold in numeric glove sizes. The most accurate way to choose a glove size is to measure your hands using the directions and charts below. To get an idea of what Held Glove sizes correspond to in typical american gloves, a conversion guide is included below just to get you started in the right direction.

Held Size Estimated Men's Size
6 – 6 1/2 XS
7 – 7 1/2 SM
8 – 8 1/2 MD
9 – 9 1/2 LG
10 XL
11 2XL
12 3XL

Steps to Measure For Held Gloves

  • Use a flexible measuring tape to measure your hand in inches.
  • Measure around your hand, behind the knuckles, not including the thumb.
  • Take an accurate, snug measurement.
  • Measure both hands and use the largest measurement.
  • Compare your measurement to the size charts below

Held Sizing Guide

Held Glove Fitment Tips

Held gloves should fit snugly when new. They will stretch out during break in and form to fit your hand.

If you have long fingers, but a relatively narrow palm you should order a size up as the size chart does not account for finger length.

Please note, if your hand measures toward the upper limit of the size measurements, the gloves will fit very snugly. If you prefer that your gloves do not fit so snugly, you may want to select the next size larger. Held kangaroo gloves are a very precise fit. Because Held gloves are such a fitted glove, many people enjoy the snug fit. This is actually very comfortable, with few wrinkles and little crumpling in the palm area.

A properly fitted Held will "fit you like a glove".

Men's & Women's Gloves

For gloves available in half sizes:

Glove Size Hand Measurement
6 5" – 6"
6.5 6" – 6.5"
7 6.5" – 7"
7.5 7" – 7.5"
8 7.5" – 8"
8.5 8" – 8.5"
9 8.5" – 9"
9.5 9" – 9.5"
10 9.5" – 10"
11 10" – 11"
12 11" – 12"

For gloves available in whole sizes only:

Glove Size Hand Measurement
6 5" – 6"
7 6" – 7"
8 7" – 8"
9 8" – 9"
10 9" – 10"
11 10" – 11"
12 11" – 12"

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Held Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 10 565639 25700110 Out of Stock
Black / 11 565640 25700111 Out of Stock
Black / 12 565641 25700112 Out of Stock
Black / 6 565635 2570016 Out of Stock
Black / 7 565636 2570017 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / 8 565637 2570018 Out of Stock
Black / 9 565638 2570019 Out of Stock