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James H:I've used these with leather Astar summer gloves and cold weather Firstgear Kilimanjaro gloves. These things crank. I can't go 100% with the heat setting unless it's well below freezing as its too hot to touch. You can use whatever gloves (or lack of glove) you want. I put these on my '13 Vstrom 650. You just take your old grips off and slide them on your handlebars. It comes with superglue but you can use hairspray as a lube and it will dry tacky - perfect for grips.Dec 10, 2013
Don V:They put out plenty of heat and I am sure they will heat well through most gloves. I put them on mu wiofe's Honda CTX 700 and had to modify the factory throttle grip to get the grip all the way on, but other than that they go on fairly easy, but with the Krazy Glue they give you, you have to be pretty quick in getting them on and aligned before the glue sets up.
Dan B:They heat extremely well. You'll be glad they have settings to turn them down. They'll heat more than you need through gloves and through my Grip Puppies too. Install was a pain for me on my 2009 Concours 1400 as the clutch side was extremely tight fitting. I actually had to sand on the aluminum bar for quite some time to remove enough material that it would fit on. It's going no where now though.Feb 9, 2014
michael a:They do heat well with my lined leather gloves down to about 45 degrees or so but any colder and the back of my hands get cold so I wear winter gloves when it gets colder than that and then everything is fine again. Installation requires that you remove your existing grips and replace them with these. You'll need to make sure you get the proper size for your handlebars.Dec 10, 2013
Norm C:In 30 - 40 degrees, I only need to put it on level 2 (out of 4) for enough heat through standard leather gloves with no insulation. Once you remove the old grips and any old glue, they slide onto the handlebars. Instructions are very clear and easy to follow.Dec 10, 2013
Mike W:The Oxford Grips fit any 7/8" (22mm) diameter non-tapered handlebar, which the DL1000 and F650GS should have. They can be a little tight so you may have to file them out slightly with a course round file and file the paint off the left handlebar to get the grip to slide on easily. They are well made, work great on a cold ride and are worth the effort.
Grant F:The grips are made for 7/8" diameter bars. The right grip is a little larger so it will fit over the throttle tube. Also, you can cut off the small ring at the end if the grip is too long. I had to cut mine to install and overall length is 4-1/2". I think this is as short as you can trim the grip.Aug 9, 2013