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Held Twin GTX Gloves

The Held Twin Gore-Tex gloves feature dual-chamber technology for your choice of two compartments - one provides an extra layer of insulation while the second allows better tactile feel.

Outer Shell:

  • Goatskin palm
  • Stretch fabric (75% polyamide, 15% polyurethane, 10% others), leather detailed back

Lining:

  • Warmth compartment with Pique- Push-Pull lining and Thinsulate insulation
  • Perfect grip compartment with Pique- Push-Pull and Outlast lining

Membrane:

  • Gore-Tex membrane (100% polyester with 100% polyurethane coating) is waterproof, windproof and breathable

Fit and Features:

  • VELCRO® brand closures adjustment at cuffs
  • Tunnel strap
  • Visor wipe
  • Stretch fabric panels (100% polyamide) on back
  • Gore-Tex 2-in-1 technology (1 side warm, 1 side tactile )

Protection:

  • Ball of thumb underlaid with Schoeller Ceraspace ceramic polymer matrix
  • Double leather at palm
  • Foam protection on side of hand
  • 3M Scotchlite reflective piping
4.5 / 5
Bang For The Buck
4.1 / 5
Protection & Durability
4.6 / 5
Features
4.7 / 5
Comfort
4.3 / 5
Style
4.5 / 5
Air Flow
3.3 / 5
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Held Glove Sizing

Sizing Notes!

Sizing for Held Gloves is measured in your hand circumference. If between sizes, go down in sizing.

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

How To Measure

HC Hand Circumference Wrap a cloth measuring tape around your hand behind the knuckles, not including the thumb, keeping the tape snug. Measure both left and right hands and use the larger of the two measurements.
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4.5 / 5.0
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3.3 / 5
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A critical, but positive review
I was freezing my hands off in my Alpinestars GP Pros, but I didn't want to bother with heated grips. Having found that glove liners are pretty much useless, the search was on for a cold weather glove. I didn't want to sacrifice *all* of the protection the GP Pros gave me just to stay comfortable. A fellow biker let me try some of his Held gloves on and I was pretty much sold from the start.

Putting on the gloves is easy and the gauntlets allow for fairly bulky bike jacket sleeves. Once they're on, they're not coming off because the wrist is velcro secured. The first thing you notice after you put on these gloves is how comfortable they are. You don't feel any seams on the inside and the inside is very soft and plush. The gloves are extremely warm. Down to about 50f on the highway I haven't come close to needing to use the warm side of the gloves. These gloves do have a hard knuckle and a ceramic palm slider that's better than nothing, but not as confidence inspiring as a race glove.

As far as I can tell, there are only a couple downsides to these gloves. First is that these gloves are bulky compared to racing gloves. It takes some getting used to if that's all you've ever worn. Another downside is that they definitely don't provide the race proven protection that gloves like the Held Titan and Alpinestars GP Pros offer, but I have yet to find a true cold weather glove that does. Other than that, the only other thing I can argue is the price, but I haven't found anything I'm convinced would be better for cold weather even at much higher price points.

So far, I believe I would buy these gloves again, but only time will tell. I really like these gloves, so hopefully I will get a few seasons out of these.
May 10, 2014
Ride:
2014 Suzuki DR650SE
Bang For The Buck
2 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
2 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Spectacularly annoying
So, I ride pretty much all year round. On those 25 degree days, there's just not much you can do - And these gloves do a great job of keeping your hands alive. They are very effective winter gloves.

My issue is with the 2-in-1 idea. The liner sucks and is stupid and I hate it. In rain, due to high humidity I suspect, the interior gets inevitably clammy. Not a big deal, most of the time. However, when you take your hand out, you WILL dislocate the liner. And it will be impossible to put your hand back in. In the winter, when it's nice and dry in there, it will still happen because the two level liner thing is just floating in there, like garbage in the pacific. If you want warm gloves, you're going to lose some tactile response on your grips. The warm level is warm, and great, as long as you never, ever, take your hand out. My advice - don't look for the best of both worlds, use the right glove for the right situation.
November 29, 2015
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2011 BMW F800GS
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
2 / 5
My go-to glove for the coldest days
I rode these for 10% of my winter commuting rain or fog (no shine in Seattle). They pair nicely with heated grips and allow heat in and do a decent job preserving it with the extra thick top side (back of hand) insulation. They never let my hands get wet even though I always wore them over the jacket cuffs. I wish they were not quite so bulky, but they are probably average in the "bulkiness" department as compared to other heavy winter gloves. If you ride in very cold climates, I highly recommend them. For what it's worth, I really liked the Held's on the coldest days #low 40's down into the teens#.
I typically wore my Rukka Imatra's on days 45-55 degrees as they were less bulky.

These gloves were just as comfortable as the Rukka's and definitely suited to usage in colder weather. The Rukka could not keep me comfortable in the very low temps like the Held did. if you don't mind the bulk, the internal flap allows them to work well in the warmer temp range as well, but I stuck with the Rukka's since I already had them. Both were equals in the waterproof department. I prefer the long built-in squeegee on the Held's.

I wish the Held gloves had used more leather for durability, but I don't doubt the good protection provided.
April 15, 2015
Ride:
2011 Triumph Sprint GT 1050
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
2 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
I wanted to like them, but I can't
I tried, very hard, to convince myself that I should keep these gloves, but I cannot.

Positives:
These gloves are SO close to being spectacular. The protection looks to be top notch, the build quality appears excellent, the styling is wonderful to look at, the sizing is just right for my longer fingers, and the two chamber technology is brilliant (in theory).

Negatives:
Long story short, I have tried on four separate pairs of these gloves (two 10's and two 9's), and all of them had issues with the interior liners. Somewhere, in every pair, there was a place where the liner was either bunched up or twisted such that there was a permanent and annoying lump, seam, or wrinkle where it should not have been. In one pair, the left thumb seemed to be misaligned. The right thumb was fine, where the interior palm fabric ran down the inside of my thumb and the oval shape of the glove matched up with the oval shape of my thumb. On the left hand, the interior palm fabric was only about half under my thumb, and the rest was up around the outside. Also, the oval shape of the glove was rotated in the same direction and didn't match up with the shape of my thumb.

Overall Opinion:
These gloves are just too expensive for me to overlook these issues. Given the price point, I don't feel that I should have to deal with these issues. If they were priced closer to $100.00, then I would likely keep them and just get over my relatively minor complaints. At over $200.00, I am going to continue to shop around until I find something that doesn't annoy me the entire time I have it on.
April 25, 2014
Ride:
1999 Ducati ST2
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
Excellent winter gloves
These gloves keep my hands warm as toast during winter riding. The fact that you have the option to select from two chambers, one for the really cold weather and one for warmer weather is an awesome feature.
They are a little bulky but that is to be expected for a winter glove, nonetheless you still have great dexterity on the grips.
I haven't had the opportunity to try them in the rain yet but overall I am extremely happy with these gloves and highly recommend them for winter riding.
July 15, 2014
Ride:
2008 Suzuki M109R Boulevard Limited Edition
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Perfect NW glove
In Oregon the weather changes on a good day,i.e., we have to go over mountain passes to reach allot of areas. So on a recent weekend trip I left on a 82 deg sunny day, and returned home 2 days later in 42-55 deg and raining. I used the light side coming into the mountains, and then switch to the Monkey fur side going over the passes, and switched back in the valley. These were very comfortable from the start, with good feel,no notice of a 2 way flap, and I'm sure the feel will get better with more break in. I wish I had these 3 yrs ago. If you ride over mountains, you need this glove.
June 17, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Finest glove I have ever owned.
My favorite glove that I have used for the last 30yrs finally wore out and wouldn't keep my hand warm anymore. So I looked at what seemed like hundreds of gloves and even the original manufacturer of my last pair and just couldn't find a pair that I liked. I was looking for something that required no break in time, a perfect fit and still be able to feel the controls and not have muscle strain in the process. I wasn't willing to compromise especially since I knew I would be paying a higher dollar amount for them. I was a little worried about my decision to by the Held gloves but that quickly faded after my first ride with them. My hands stayed warm and dry and comfortable even when the temperature was in the low 30's. I'm glad made the decision to go with Held glove. They are an excellent replacement for my old gloves.
May 26, 2014
Ride:
2013 Triumph Tiger 800 XC
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Fit
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Large
Air Flow
2 / 5
Innovative glove for colder temperatures
This is a solid and well built glove that offers two wearing options, depending on which pocket you slip your hand in. I've used the glove down to 22 degrees with heated grips (BMW) and it did a decent job of keeping my hands warm. (For those temps you need electric gloves to stay truly warm.). In more reasonable riding temperatures it does an excellent job. Dexterity is also good with the glove unlike some bulky winter gloves that make me feel clumsy on the controls. I wouldn't plan on wearing this in very warm weather as GoreTex breathes best when there is a good temperature gradient (warm on the inside, cold on the outside). But it's a winter glove so you shouldn't expect it to work in mild temps. The protection looks solid (although mercifully I didn't test it). It is definitely a well built motorcycle glove and not some glorified ski glove that would shred on impact. I ordered a size 10 although all the size charts say I should wear and 8 or 9. My experience with the dual chamber gloves (I have another Held pair as well for warmer temps) is that they will run small in the more insulated chamber. The thumbs run small too and that is the digit that gets the worst of it in the cold in my experience. . You don't want your fingers squeezed in the cold so size accordingly. So overall a well made glove with good versatility across a range of cooler temperatures.
January 10, 2014
Ride:
2012 Ducati 1199 Panigale S
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Cold riding plus
First off, if you're doing any serious riding, you need either heated grips or heated gloves. I bought these because I only commute to work and back (15 minutes) and didn't want to go through the hassle of running wires. I ride all winter, as long as the roads are dry. When it gets in the lower 30's, my fingers tips get a little bit cold by the end of my 15 minute commute. That being said, they keep my hands warmer than other gloves. I used to stop for a couple minutes and put my hands on the side of the engine, but I can make it in a straight shot now. I imagine in the 40's, these gloves will work just fine, even for the longer rides.
I love the style and the option of a more tactile feel. I bought XL because that's what I usually wear, but I didn't do the measurements. Wish I had because it's a bit bigger than I'd want but didn't want to wait for the shipping back and forth. I'm stationed in Italy so these things take time.
Overall, great gloves, but remember, serious winter riders need more than just a glove to keep those mitts warm!

2004 Yamaha RoadStar 1700
November 20, 2014
Ride:
2004 Yamaha XV1700A Road Star
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Great glove for SF!
I live in San Francisco and this glove serves as my go-to for most of the year when it's foggy, windy, and a bit chilly. When it's 49 deg F on the highway, my hands stay relatively warm (except for my finger tips).
May 19, 2014
Ride:
2014 Triumph Street Triple R
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Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Same as above.
John K on Aug 13, 2016
Have been pleased with Held products over the years and needed a goretex pair for the Moonshine Run this coming weekend.
Lee J on Apr 2, 2016
Same as above.
John K on Aug 13, 2016
Warm weather riding glove that fits well, offers good protection and breathability. I've worn this glove in 100 plus weather and my hands have stayed as cool as 100 plus weather would allow. Comfortable glove especially after putting some miles on them. The pinky is a tad long for me like on all Held gloves, but the fit is pretty true to size.
Scott C on Apr 26, 2016
Have been pleased with Held products over the years and needed a goretex pair for the Moonshine Run this coming weekend.
Lee J on Apr 2, 2016
made by Held; waterproof; thin palm; insulated back; provides protection; gauntlet. Won't know if it's a good idea until I try them on.
Judith W on Dec 4, 2015
My Hands are Freezing Burr hope these help
T E on Dec 3, 2015
I need a quality pair of cold-weather gloves. Gore-Tex is a must. These look like they'll be perfect.
Robert M on Feb 23, 2015
I have several pairs of Held gloves now, and find they fit me really well and and work very well on both my bikes. I am getting these as a step up in winter protection from my Held Warm@Drys.
Storm S on Dec 6, 2014
needed some hard sliding protection for low-side crash while also being warm and having GoreTex. Seriously, rainy/snowy weather makes you way more likely to crash, so why don't many winter gloves have hard part sliders?
Jin P on Dec 2, 2014
Great reviews, flexibility, prior experience with Held gloves.
Brett B on Oct 20, 2014
I found that the Held Twin Gore-Tex 2-in-1 is the best glove that works with heated grips. I used these in temps of 30 degrees and below and enjoyed my ride. I finally found a glove that works and keeps the cold out.

Update: Used these gloves for 9 months and couldn't be happier with these gloves. Excellent choice for heated grips. Looking to pair up with a excellent cold weather jacket for touring.
Cristino M on Jun 10, 2014
I chose the Held twin gore-tex gloves for their warmth. I had an opportunity to try some on at a local place. (they didn't sell them, but a rider let me try them). I couldn't believe the feel and overall quality.
nathan r on Apr 15, 2014
2-in-one feature very nice. Good reviews on warmth and flexibility. Nice looking.
Francis S on Mar 23, 2014
I needed a top shelf glove for winter, spring and fall and I was tired of wasting money on gloves that didn't perform the way I wanted. These will fit the bill and last many seasons. I feel Ive made a very good investment for protecting my hand from cold and damage since I do have some arthritis in both hands now.
Peter U on Feb 27, 2014
warm winter glove, great reviews, 2 in one lining. looks great.
John G on Dec 14, 2013
I'm like my Held Air'n'Dry gloves but wanted something warmer.
Greg F on Nov 3, 2013
I was looking for winter gloves with thinner insulation on the palm to use with my heated grips. The "Held" name is a respected one and the option to move some insulation to either the palm or the back of the hand should satisfy that need.
John C on Oct 23, 2013
Warm weather riding glove that fits well, offers good protection and breathability. I've worn this glove in 100 plus weather and my hands have stayed as cool as 100 plus weather would allow. Comfortable glove especially after putting some miles on them. The pinky is a tad long for me like on all Held gloves, but the fit is pretty true to size.
Scott C on Apr 26, 2016
made by Held; waterproof; thin palm; insulated back; provides protection; gauntlet. Won't know if it's a good idea until I try them on.
Judith W on Dec 4, 2015
Just wondering if these are warmer than the warm n dry that I need to replace?
Jim W on Sep 28, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I have not owned the Warm-n-Dry but these are warm compared to my other sets of winter gloves I've owned (Alpinestars/Olympia). Lately I've been riding in to work with these on. My commute is 45 miles one way, all highway and the temps have been ranging from mid 40's to low 60's. I wear these at any temp below 60F. With my hand in the warm section, I'm good on the highway if the temps are above 55F. Below that I need to have my heated grips on.

Could they be warmer, sure. But they're waterproof, breathe well and are not too bulky. They are a bit bulkier than I'd like when using the warm pocket, but nothing that hinders using my controls.

I'd buy them again for sure.
How is the feel and control on these gloves compared to normal winter gloves? I worry that they will be bulkier or less comfortable because of the 2 in 1 design.

In other words, am I losing anything by getting a glove with the 2-in-1 design? Is it better to get two gloves for different conditions?
A shopper on Nov 1, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Opinions seem to vary widely on gloves-- probably more so than any other single item of moto clothing. So with that in mind here are my observations. First these are less clumsy and bulky than most winter gloves that I've tried. Second these seem to be warm, and I do get cold hands easily. I've used down to about 20 F. and while they weren't exactly warm, with heated grips on a GS BMW they were acceptable. However like with most winter gloves, their thickness makes heated grips less effective. As to the two in one design, it is pretty clever and if your hands get hot as the day warms you can get out of the Goretex part. Do note that I find all Held gloves with the two in one feature need to be sized up, at least for my hands. While glove charts say I should wear an 8 or 9, I have these in a 10 and their fit is just right. No constrictions but neither are the fingers too long interfering with the use of controls. For me, these are the best winter gloves I've found to date and they are rugged and well made. Definitely not a glorified ski glove that will come apart should misfortune strike.
Hello, which gloves give a better tactile feel? These or the Warm N Dry? I have heated grips so I do not really want any insulation on my palm. Are they similar when you use the Gore Tex chamber on the 2 in 1? Thanks!
A shopper on Oct 6, 2013
BEST ANSWER: Warm-n-dry when not in the chamber had better feel. In the chamber not sure. The Gore Tex 2-n-1 when not in the warm chamber has good feel, like a set of heavy leather gloves.
Are these taking the place of the Air N Dry?
A shopper on Feb 15, 2013
BEST ANSWER: The two-in-one technology of the Held Air N Dry Gloves consists of one waterproof chamber and one unlined non-waterproof chamber. The waterproof chamber will keep you dry, while the unlined chamber will allow you to get your hands closer to heated grips on mildly cool weather. The Held Twin Gore-Tex 2-in-1 Gloves, in the other hand, have a warm chamber and a tactile chamber. The warm chamber will keep you toasty, while the tactile chamber will also be warm but will allow for better feel of the controls.