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Size chart fairly spot on, went with XL in these although I'm a 2XL in Technic summer gloves.
Don't feel as hot as expected but they worked going by how cool the rest of my riding gear suddenly felt (RST PARAGON with liner). Wasn't till I stopped to admire the view on mountain pass and took them off that I realised how well they were keeping my hands warm. Not sure of temp but this road has all day patches of ice in the shaded parts!
First pair of heated gloves so can't compare brands but happy.
Could do with extending the palm protection part a little more towards the wrist but good feel and control riding DR650.
May 27, 2014
Great Glove No Matter What
So it has taken me a while to right this review because here in Arizona it has not gotten cold until this week. I will say as gloves these are very good in the cold. I have been riding in 40-50 degree weather without plugging them in and they have kept my hands very warm. I have taken these on several rides to work in the morning and around the state and have not had any issues. This morning when I went to work it was 32 degrees out and thought it might be time to plug them in. Once I got the dual controller figured out (anciently had the controls switched in my mind) they dialed in great and I had nice warm fingers.
I am a size 10/11 in Held glove and based on the sizing chart it looked like I was going to be a large. I went with an X-Large (which I know goes against convention for winter gear) but for me it worked out just right. The fit is great.
The lining is soft and comfortable. Of course being winter gloves they are a little bulky, but the soft leather seems to give my more control then the Cortex textile winter gloves I had last season.
One bonus is you get the battery hookup, single controller and extension cables to use right out of the box. I did not need them because I got the Tour Master 2.0 Jacket Liner. These hook right into the extension cables in the lower part of the sleeve of the jacket. With the dual controller that comes with the jacket these work great.
I would highly recommend these gloves and the whole Tour Master 2.0 line.
December 6, 2013
Heated gloves work well
The Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Heated Leather Gloves work well for me...i did expect a bit more heat (the jacket liner heats better).
With that said, have worn the gloves on a couple day at 36 degrees and my hands did not get uncomfortable.
The tips of my fingers did get cold but not o the point of getting numb.
Colder winter mornings on the way so will see how things go.
I do like the fact that the rheostat control came with the gloves but used the dual that came with the jacket liner.
November 18, 2013
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Jerry G: It matched up with the Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Heated Jacket Liner. I have used these as standard gloves for cold weather riding and they have worked well to about 45 degrees after that I have plugged them in and they work great.Mar 19, 2014
Robert C: I love to ride and when the sun goes down regular gloves just don't cut it. I love to be comfortable and no better time than now, a Merry Christmas to Me, I deserve it, I worked hard all year, and treated everybody good. Thank you God.Dec 10, 2013
A shopper asked:it does not say in the description, but does this come with it's own battery pack (wiring harness not needed)? i hate plugging and unplugging and configuring what volts/amps are needed. i just want to wear it, turn it on, and it works.Feb 4, 2014
Tracy B:No these do not come with their own battery pack. The wiring can be done directly to your battery so no configuring is required. If you have a Tour Master heated vest or jacket liner, these would connect to it and run off 1 control unit with 2 separate dials. If not it is a single cable out of your jacket connecting to another lead with a jack that has been connected to your battery. No worries about replacing batteries are dead batteries when you need the heat the most.Feb 18, 2014
phil m:these are NOT individual battery pack gloves. They are plug in that connects to the motorcycle battery harness or to a heated jacket that plugs into the motorcycle battery harness. For short rides battery pack gloves will work but you still have to charge them and you may need extra batteries if you go on a long trip.Feb 18, 2014
Robert C:It comes with wire wires, one to hook to battery at one end, other end has a connector like battery charger, male-female, controller for temp setting, or short wires in gloves to connect to jacket liner.
Sorry No batteries. Feb 19, 2014
Robert C:It comes with wire wires, one to hook to battery at one end, other end has a connector like battery charger, male-female, controller for temp setting, or short wires in gloves to connect to jacket liner. Feb 18, 2014
How do you control temp then? In the description, they're always talking about using the "dual controller" that comes with the jacket. Mine doesn't have this "dual controller," being the original Synergy line. I have the 2-button, 3-LED controller. Do you simply use the Gloves' own controller? Is it mounted on the wrist (no good pics here)?
Jan 7, 2014
Fernandelle B asked:I would like to connect this to a secondary fuse box I have instead of the battery. The manual says it draws 2 amps. Can I connect it with a 3 amp fuse in the fuse box, since I will not be using the supplied power wiring?Nov 5, 2013
Edward D:I don't understand why you would not use the supplied wiring harness? The Tourmaster cable has a sturdy molded plug, and heavy-duty cables that will handle a 12-amp load no problem. Just connect it to your aux fuse panel instead of the battery. Everybody does it that way. Instead, you are going to fabricate your own coax cable of some sort? Hmmmm . . . should be interesting. In any event, to answer your question, if the 2 amp rating for the gloves is accurate then, sure, use a 3 amp fuse. But if you ever get a heated jacket, better bump up that fuse to 10 amps and make sure your home-made harness uses wires that are robust enough to handle the load--at least 18 gauge.Dec 17, 2013