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Great product with a design flaw.
The gloves fit well, it's comfortable, the quality is good and they work great. Warm hands commuting in 25 degree weather at 70mph. The only negative I have is with the location of the cable. The cable to plug into jacket liner is located high on the inside of gauntlet with not enough slack. When trying to get the gauntlet over sleeve of outer jacket, the cable location and short length makes it difficult and doesn't allow it to be pulled up as far as it should. It also makes the rain gaiter useless.
December 15, 2014
Good in cold, fits a little small, very comfortable
I have no hand guards, no heated grips. I rode in 45F weather for 90 miles and 75 of those miles were at a 70mph or more sustained so the wind chill was probably 35F for at least an hour. I had the gloves set 1 notch BEFORE max because the max setting got my thumbs a little too warm and although my hands were chilly they never got numb. I wear a medium but due to the bulkier nature a small fit better so I got those instead since heated products like this work better closer to the body.
November 16, 2012
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William L: Works well with Tour Master 2.0 jacket, I ride an un-faired bike and heated gloves are a no brainer. On the highest setting they keep my hands from going numb down to mid-30's at highway speed for 1+ hours. Easy to use and more comfortable than non-heated bulky winter gloves.Jan 19, 2015
Matthew B asked:Do I need to purchase a separate controller, or can I plug these right into the 12v outlet on my bike? Thanks. MattMar 16, 2015
A shopper asked:Where are the heating elements? Across the top to end off finger tips? Or? My R1200RT heated grips keep bottoms of my hands very comfortable but tops and finger tips sometimes get cold, especially on longer rides w/relaxed grip and less contact to heated grip.
Also, some RT handlebar controls are not designed for the gloved hand so actually considering handlebar mits and sticking w/my thin summer gloves. Thx!Sep 10, 2015
A S asked:Anyone used these gloves on a snowmobile?? Would like a little feedback from someone who has actually been out on a sled with these one?? Thanks for your help, advise and any suggestions you might have??
Joseph P:I use them on my motorcycle. When I ordered them I was sure to follow the sizing chart. They are tight in the fingers, but the wrist fit is OK. I think they are good for moderate weather. Not for snowmobile weather.Oct 5, 2014