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Curt F: Girlfriends hands get very cold, as we ride in some very cold temperatures. Got her the Mobile Warming Jacket about a month ago for her birthday so going to complete the set for Chritmas.Dec 13, 2013
John M: Didn't want to be wired to my bike, and liked the leather construction of these gloves. I haven't ridden with them, but once they arrive, I'll be able to give a review of the real world experience of riding in cold weather.Nov 12, 2013
anthony david g:yep, I like the gloves, toasty on a frosty morning when normally riding would become a tortuous chore. Only gripe is that the battery life between charges is short, 1.5 to 2 hours. Ok for commuting, tough on a trip. Great quality gloves and good winter gloves without the heat if temp is above 3 or 4 celcius.Oct 17, 2013
Tony R:Gloves have heating elements in top of fingers & back of hand! I have found them much more comfortable than heated grips and have ridden in 5 Deg Celcius with no discomfort. I would take back up batteries if I was to do a long day ride though!Oct 16, 2013
JONATHAN N asked:Does this glove fit more like HELD or REV'IT in terms of sizing?
The reason I ask is with HELD, I wear a size 9 with a 9 inch palm, but having long fingers is no issues. With the REV'IT, I have to go size XXL in order for the gloves to not rub against my finger tips in a very tight and annoying way.
Frank L:I have a size large in these gloves. I can't answer the question as it relates to HELD or REV'IT since I don't own either. However, I do own about five pairs of Dainese gloves, of various types, at size large, and the fit is similar, but slightly more comfortable. By the way, they took a while to get, and I haven't worn them on the bike yet since they actually arrive after the winter season.Sep 11, 2013
Tony R:I also have a 9" palm and I have a size L in these Mobile Warming gloves. They are a snug fit, and yes fingers are a little tight. Hopefully will loosen up with some more wet weather riding!Aug 19, 2013
A shopper asked:I will use these for winter powered Paragliding where my index finger is exposed all the time on a throttle switch . Get very cold with everything I've tried including some Gerber gloves. Any thoughts on finger warmth. ?? ThanksOct 29, 2013