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My first heated gloves, and I'm so glad I got 'em.
Just what I was looking for! Not too expensive, simple to hook up, and an XS size is hard to find.
October 3, 2012
Good idea, but poor execution.
I returned these gloves after wearing them maybe a dozen times (I did not buy these from Revzilla). The temperatures ranged from the mid-teens to the mid-thirties. I found that these gloves fit small. I normally wear a large, but needed an XL.
Pros: It comes with a 3 setting heat controller that slips into a clear pocket on the right glove. This is a great feature for the price, and the placement of the controller is great for being able to quickly adjust the heat. Unfortunately, this is really about the only positive thing I can say about this glove.
Cons: The heating is uneven and there is no heat in the thumbs at all. The heat is plenty warm, even into the teens… but it does little good if the warmth isn’t reaching everywhere it should. I still found myself stopping to warm my thumbs during trips lasting more than 20 minutes in twenties or colder temps. There are wires that can be felt, especially over the back of the hand, and get quite uncomfortable, especially when squeezing the clutch lever or front brake, which causes the wire to pull tight. These gloves offer very little crash protection. I would feel more comfortable crashing in a leather work glove than these. In all honesty, if everything else about the gloves was absolutely perfect, I would still return them due to the lack of protection. The drawstring cuff system is also very awkward. The wires for the gloves come out of a hole in the cuff, only to be plugged into the wiring and tucked back in. Due to the poor placement of the plugs from the gloves, the wires hang out quite awkwardly no matter how they are positioned. The drawstring cuff system is quite difficult to get over my jacket. Lastly, for lack of a more detailed description, the gloves just felt cheap all the way around.
After returning these to the store I bought them from, I then ordered the Gerbings T5 heated gloves from Revzilla. What a difference! Best decision I’ve ever made with motorcycle gloves.
I can very confidently say that I would NOT recommend these gloves. There is a lot that needs addressed by Tourmaster in order to make these a pair of gloves worth buying.
January 15, 2012
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