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Held Twin Gore-Tex 2-in-1 Gloves
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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


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


  • 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 )


  • Ball of thumb underlaid with Schoeller Ceraspace ceramic polymer matrix
  • Double leather at palm
  • Foam protection on side of hand
  • 3M Scotchlite reflective piping

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
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Held Twin Gore-Tex 2-in-1 Gloves 4.5 5 29 29
Works for my cold/wet riding needs I've had these for two years now and I think they are worth the money if you are doing longer cold/wet rides. The dual chambers do in fact work. I use the thinner "dry" side for more grip feel and my bike has heated grips so that works well. When the temps get to 50-40 degrees I go for the "warm" side and there is more protection from the cold at the sacrifice of any good feel on the grips. You can't have it all with gloves. They are a bit bulky and feel like ski gloves but the size 8 fits my medium size paws perfect. They are a premium product and so far after many miles and 2 winters ( Arizona) they are holding up well and always dry. August 14, 2015
When in Rome.... Or northern latitudes. I bought these as I use the Air 'n' Dry as my everyday glove when the temps are reasonable for me (60+ F). I purchased them after trying them on at the shop. I ended up using a size smaller than my other Held gloves, but they fit great. I've worn them in the rain, drizzle, and fog that is characteristic to Newfoundland during this especially cold "summer". I've had them on in steady rain and 50 degrees and stayed perfectly comfortable. Cold and sunny, they work even better. The evaporation of the fabric of the glove seems to wick the warmth out, though, when I'm using just the gore-tex chamber. My hands were cold by the time I'd completed my two hour ride. Switching to the monkey fur chamber cleared that up, though. I was DRY and remained comfortable when using the appropriate chamber. I don't really know why the 8 fits me better in the more wintery gloves than my 9 air 'n' dry. I tried them on in the store for just this reason. August 3, 2015
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
Good cold weather glove with nice options. I was looking for a cold weather riding glove to keep up with the rest of my gear. Most of the gloves I had tried were too bulky and made me feel out of touch with the bike. These gloves provide good warmth when you utilize the insulated pocket with some reduced tactile sensation. When you use the outer waterproof section you get the benefit of the insulated layer on the back of your hand with a thinner palm section. This configuration allows me to use my heated grips to keep my palm warm and the insulation keeps the back of the hand warm. I have worn them in some light rain and had no issue with water getting in. Two complaints: 1. The gauntlet does not open up wide enough to fit over the sleeve of my riding suit without difficulty. 2. The visor wipe located on the left index finger is an awkward placement. I know it is fairly common but placing it on the thumb is much more functional. Overall it appears to be a well made glove. I had initial thought about returning them but kept them and gave them a little time to break in. They are comfortable to wear from the 50'sF down into the low 20'sF. They cost as much as a pair of boots but the cheaper options were not working for me. Sizing: These fit true to Held's sizing. I wear an XL in my Scorpions but these in a 9 fit almost perfect. No issues with material bunching up inside the glove. February 2, 2015
These gloves are warm These gloves are great. I received them as a Christmas present, rode with them on Christmas Day, didn't need my heated grips, my hands were not cold at all. The tactile side was warm and gave me great feel for the controls on my bike, I will probably use this arrangement the most with heated grips. The warm side was plenty warm and still provided decent feel for the controls. The warm side does feel a bit 'bulky' while the tactile side didn't feel bulky at all despite containing all of the same material. I haven't had them long so I don't know how they will hold up - but so far I am impressed. December 29, 2014
Great for changeable weather I'm a fan of HELD gloves as I use three pair depending on conditions. Fit of the HELD glove is perfect for my hand. For this product I needed a late fall glove for changeable conditions and these fit the bill. The grip side is just that-you can feel the controls no problem and they are very comfortable. When it got chilly on my ride-around 42 degrees the warm/waterproof side was just that. When it started raining really hard the gloves stayed 100% dry inside. The waterproof side takes away a bit of feel due to the extra thickness-that's to be expected-but not enough to matter. I adjusted fine. I'd mention that for me anything over about 70 degrees and the gloves were a bit too warm for me. What I liked is that for a late fall mountain trip I only needed two pair of gloves total as these filled the bill very well. December 29, 2014
Very Disappointed I haven't ridden them yet. This is an unpacking review. I've worn held gloves exclusively while riding for 10 years. These were a serious let-down. They are also the first made-in-China gloves Held has sold me and are almost a perfect knockoff of the 'Rukka 2 in 1'. It's painfully obvious that they only made one size knuckle guard for this model because on size 11, it only covers 3 of my knuckles and looks absolutely ridiculous. The back of the thumb and first two fingers are cheap nylon/neoprene that likely will not hold up to any abrasion. The visor wipe is 100% useless. The leather overlaps the wiper. I think this is a manufacturing flaw and not a design flaw but it's never been an issue on any of the other many pairs of (EU-made) Held Gloves. They fit a size up from normal Helds and are comfortable. I like the palm-slider, wrist and gauntlet closures. They are definitely warm. If the knuckle guard didn't look so ridiculous and the thumb was leather all around, I'd likely keep them. As it is, I think I'm going to send them back, December 10, 2014
Warm and Dry I have used these gloves several time in moderate to really bad riding conditions and they have performed well. Like many gloves on the market they run small. I am not sure who chooses the sizes for these but I wear an XL size mechanics glove but have to go to 3X or 4X on most motorcycle gloves produced off-shore. No exception here. December 1, 2014
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Held Twin Gore-Tex 2-in-1 Gloves
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Robert M: I need a quality pair of cold-weather gloves. Gore-Tex is a must. These look like they'll be perfect. Feb 23, 2015
Storm S: 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. Dec 6, 2014
Jin P: 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? Dec 2, 2014
Brett B: Great reviews, flexibility, prior experience with Held gloves. Oct 20, 2014
Cristino M: 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.
Jun 10, 2014
nathan r: 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. Apr 15, 2014
Francis S: 2-in-one feature very nice. Good reviews on warmth and flexibility. Nice looking. Mar 23, 2014
Peter U: 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. Feb 27, 2014
John G: warm winter glove, great reviews, 2 in one lining. looks great. Dec 14, 2013
Greg F: I'm like my Held Air'n'Dry gloves but wanted something warmer. Nov 3, 2013
John C: 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. Oct 23, 2013
Jim W asked: Just wondering if these are warmer than the warm n dry that I need to replace? Sep 28, 2014
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"" ": 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.
Sep 29, 2014
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Alan W: These 2-in-1 gloves are the first Held gloves I have owned, so I cannot compare them with warm and dry Helds. They are not really that warm in my opinion, but with heated grips they would probably be great. I still love to wear them in warm or cool weather, because they are high quality, and their crash protection features seem excellent. Sep 28, 2014
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"" ": Never used the warm n dry gloves so I can't honestly answer your question. I bought them because of the inner pocket with no insulation in the palm so they would be more effective with my heated grips in winter. Oct 2, 2014
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ROBERT A. D: I don't have any experience with those, but I think they are very much alike except that you have the option of thinner gloves at the hand if you want. Excellent gloves though. Good for all cool and cod seasons. Sep 28, 2014
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David C: Very much so!! I have a few pairs of held's gloves both warm and dry and the sans these are a lot warmer dead of winter in Ny at night no hear in the grip and I'm fine. Sep 28, 2014
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David A: yes,,,a bit stiff at first but thats to be expected, gave nice sustained warmth Sep 30, 2014
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A shopper asked: 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?
Nov 1, 2014
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Robert B: 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. Nov 2, 2014
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Alan W: Feel and control is not a problem with these gloves. I ride a cruiser with no fairing. When wearing them in the "dry" side, there is very good feel on the grips. When wearing them on the "warm" side, they just feel like leather winter gloves. Any winter glove will be bulky. Either way, they are nice gloves, comfortable in spring or fall weather, but they are not warm enough for riding in cold weather, say below 45F, unless you have a fairing or heated grips.

The really strong point about these gloves is their excellent armor and crashworthiness.

I plan to solve the cold weather issue by putting heated grips on the bike, rather than buying another pair of winter gloves, which may or may not be any warmer than these gloves are.

ps they run about a half size small, so buy accordingly. Hope this helps.
Nov 2, 2014
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William C: These gloves are definitely bulky but no worse than any other winter/cold weather glove I have used. These are not a year round glove so don't look at them that way. I don't think there is a single glove out there that can do that.

I have a pair of Held gloves for Sping, Summer, Fall and these are for winter.

They are awesome gloves and when your riding conditions can change drastically like they do here in Northern California the 2 in 1 design is great.
Nov 2, 2014
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David C: At first yes I couldn't even use them but that was because of the tightness around just above the wrist but once I had them stretched (between cuff and hand of glove using a shoe stretcher.) they where fine. I have heated grips so the thin side is great!!! Nov 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: 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! Oct 6, 2013
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"" ": 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. Oct 6, 2013
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A shopper asked: Are these taking the place of the Air N Dry? Feb 15, 2013
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RevZilla: 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. Feb 19, 2013
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