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Firstgear Heated Gloves

There's nothing worse than trying to operate your bike with cold, numb fingers. Bulky, unheated gloves make things even tougher by reducing feel, reaction time and complicating operation of the controls. Firstgear's Warm and Safe heated gloves for men and women feature heating throughout the entire glove, while maintaining the thinness of a summer glove. The gloves plug directly into the jacket liner, or an optional separate wire harness, allowing riders to adjust the temperature of the gloves independently of the jacket with a Dual Heat-troller™.

Features:

  • DC-heated, produces 15 watts of heat at 12.8 Volts (each glove) and should be used with a Firstgear Heat-Troller™ for optimum safety
  • Y-Harness is required for use with Firstgear Heat-troller (unless you have a Firstgear heated liner, then this is unnecessary)
  • Grade-A, top-grain, drum-dyed cowhide construction
  • Porelle® breathable, waterproof membrane
  • Thinsulate layer
  • Pre-curved fingers and finger-mounted, rubber faceshield wiper
  • Elastic wrist and adjustable hook-and-loop gauntlet closure
  • Reinforced protection in palm
  • Reflective piping on top

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Firstgear Heated Gloves 3.8 5 19 19
warm gloves The first time I wore my heated gear it was very cold with an icy wind my hands were warm as,I actually turned the gloves after a while ,then realised how cold it was and turned them back on June 30, 2014
Disappointed I ride a Roadliner with no fairing or windshield. This morning was 48 degrees when I left on a 35 minute commute to work. Top speed was 45mph. I had the heat-troller on high and my hands and fingers were still cool. I even pulled over and checked my connections to make sure all was tight. My snowboard gloves that I usually use keep my hands warmer than these. Other reviewers have mentioned toasty warm hands. I don't know where, or what they ride, but my hands were far from toasty warm. April 22, 2014
Extended riding time. I waited too long to get my heated gear. I LOVE my warm fingers now on the winter rides! I can ride right through the winter with no numb painful fingers...YEA! April 10, 2014
Poor Quality, inferior replacement policy I purchased these along with a FG 90W jacket liner. Initially I purchased size "L" following the recommend sizing chart. I found these to fit too short for my fingers and Revzilla did make exchange with "XL" easy, though I did have to pay the return postage on my own dime. I got all the wiring installed on my bike and enjoyed a purely blissful experience for exactly 9 days of riding in 30-40 degree weather about 30 minute each direction commute to work. On the 10th day the left glove stopped heating. Measured it with an ohmmeter and found it is an open circuit. After trading emails with customer service for half a day I received an RMA to receive warranty replacement, but I can't get them until the originals are received back and the pre-paid return shipping was over a week. So, I don't know how long it will take to get my hands warm again. January 30, 2014
I can't feel my face! I could, however, feel my clutch and brake levers! The real test was an Iron Butt from Washington DC to Miami FL while headed to Key West. 2013 was an unusually cold November. When I left on Thanksgiving morning it was 19*f at 4am. I never saw above freezing until I hit Fayetteville NC and it was in the low 40's in Titusville FL. Granted, I had the whole heated ensemble- liner, gloves, pant liner and socks but I kept toasty warm the whole way. Over 1,050 miles and cold was one thing I didn't think about. January 22, 2014
I really want to like these gloves, but .... I purchased and use the FG jacket liner and really like the jacket liner. The jacket liner fits me snug and keeps me nice and warm down to the 30's. The gloves on the other hand is less than perfect fit. Not really any problems with the gloves itself but I am in between sizes. I like my gloves snug and wear size Small/Size 8.The FG gloves Small is too small, (index fingers & thumbs too short) and the medium is too lose. In the end I purchased the S/M glove liners and that works better for me, Revzilla is awesome about returns. Props there. December 23, 2013
Works as advertised. One of the gloves came in with some bad and weak stitching, but I used a glue gun and glued down the piece that was loose from the poor stitching. Other than that, the gloves kept my hands warm with and without the juice turned on. The gloves heat the tops of your fingers so if the tips get cold, you just kind of spread your hands and they warm right up. The gauntlets were just a bit smaller than I would have hoped for. Made slipping them over the jacket a little difficult, but once on, no air got in. I do recommend these as I rode in 20 and 30 degree temps with no issues. These were also paired with the jacket liner, pants and socks. I have big hands and selected the XL and they fit perfectly. December 8, 2013
Great warm gloves I bought these gloves to continue riding this season. Best bang for your buck order came in 2 days and gloves work great no complaints have been using them about a month everyday riding to work would recommend theses gloves to anyone November 11, 2013
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Douglas C: Want to try them I will be riding to Dayton this fall Aug 19, 2014
Garrett C: For my wife. She loves them. Work great. Jul 12, 2014
James R: I've had good luck with Firstgear and finally breaking down and buying heated gloves. Dec 5, 2013
Todd W: I'm getting electrified for winter riding here in northern New Mexico. I'm hoping that from what I've researched that these will fit the bill. I plan to use them attached to a Warm & Safe Gen 4 Heated Jacket Liner. Nov 23, 2013
Juan D: I already own a Firstgear Jacket and heated liner. I really enjoy Firstgear products. Nov 13, 2013
Neil T: The +Venture battery powered heated glove liners that I've used for the last couple of winters fell apart because of the connection to the battery that must be removed each time it needs to be charged. I decided that instead of replacing the battery I would invest in some real heated gloves that are likely to last a good deal longer. Oct 15, 2013
Mark G: Going on a late fall trip in Colorado, nothing beats warm hands. Oct 2, 2013
A shopper asked: will first gear and gerbing heated adapters and heat controllers work with each other? Mar 25, 2012
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Tango: Yes they will. Apr 23, 2012
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Stevan P: Technically they will, however, we always recommend using controllers from the same manufacturer's to not violate any warranty from the original manufacturer. Mar 29, 2012
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A shopper asked: I'm purchasing these as a gift. If he already has the heated glove liners and I want to replace them with the gloves I wouldn't need the Y harness, is that correct? Also, I 'm debating on the regular heated gloves or the Carbon heated gloves. The Carbon seem like they would be bulky, does anyone have any comment or advise on that?

Thank you!
Dec 17, 2013
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Edward D: If you want to use these gloves instead of the liners, you simply unplug the liners and set them aside then plug in the gloves. Nothing more needed. I've never tried the carbon gloves so no comment on how they compare. I will say, though, that my Firstgear heated gloves are LESS bulky than all of my other non-heated winter gloves. My other winter gloves are now used for walking the dogs and shoveling snow. My Firstgear gloves are the only ones I wear for riding on cold days anymore. Dec 17, 2013
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Joseph R: If you are looking to use the liners and the gloves the Y will be needed. If just one instead of the other then he should be able to be used as he is currently doing.

To me these gloves are bulky as well. Took me a while to get used to them. I just have to be careful and deliberate while working the levers or switches.
Dec 17, 2013
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Rafael G: no you wouldn't need a y harness, these hook right into the coax cable the liners would. Dec 20, 2013
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Firstgear Gloves

Size Palm Circumference (in)
SM 6.5 - 7
MD 7.5 - 8
LG 8.5 - 9
XL 9.5 - 10
2XL 10 - 12+

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

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Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / SM 148656 951-2807 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / MD 148657 951-2808 In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG 148658 951-2809 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Black / XL 148659 951-2810 In Stock: Usually ships in 1-2 business days
Black / 2XL 148660 951-2811 In Stock: Ships next business day