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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

Make sure to check out our Firstgear Heated Gear Buyers Guide

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Works as stated I bought these to use with a Powerlet liner and dual wireless controller and they are compatible. Only tried them once in moderate cold, high 30s to low 40s F and was satisfied. Don't know about performance in extreme cold, never ride at below freezing temps. Fit is accurate but gauntlet is a bit small, barely fits over an Aerostich cuff but do-able. Also, like all winter gloves I've tried, control feel is poor. I guess there are always tradeoffs. Still recommended. April 6, 2015
best bang for the buck I had bought a Powerlet electric jacket liner for body heat however I did not like the idea of inserts into another existing glove. I thought it would make the gloves to tight since I bought them to fit with bare hands. I bought these gauntlets for winter riding. The heated hand grips on my 2014 FLHTK kept my palms warm however when it really is cold I could feel the cold through the leather on the back of my hand. These definitely solve that problem and are plug compatible with the plugs in the Powerlet jacket sleeves. I would recommend on effectiveness and fit. February 2, 2015
Functional and good price Moved through a couple "old brands" over the years - into the cold again & past time to look for replacements. These Firstgear / W&S gloves are decent - not as much insulation as my old gloves, but heat works and the price is more palatable than the others. Go up a size - normally XL, ordered 2XL, snug, but work (have not been in WET yet). Might order another pair as backup. January 29, 2015
Heated Gloves The gloves are nicer than I thought they would be. My hands will never get cold again. They are stiff when new but they will break in. January 19, 2015
Warm Gloves Warmnsafe makes these gloves and are good quality. Have both Gerbing and these gloves and think the Firstgear are warmer. Gerbing leather slightly more supple, but Firstgear gloves feel more sturdy and offer better wind protection. Have not tested yet in wet conditions. Gauntlet slightly tight but adequate. Heated gloves are far better than grip heaters which I never need to use with these gloves. Grip heaters do not heat the back of the fingers and if you ride with two fingers on the brake lever as I do, then grip heater practically useless. December 9, 2014
Good fit The gloves work great, as advertised. Combine this with heated grips and a coat liner, and you are good to go. Turn the coat and grips and gloves on low, and ride in absolute comfort. November 24, 2014
Pretty Good Rode from eastern VA to Kentucky and back. Surface temp 25F don't know what interstate windchill was. Gloves made it possible for me to complete my ride although I was hoping for more thorough heat coverage. Only the back of the glove is heated leaving the palm cold if you don't have heated grips. Also, there's a terrible cold spot on the heel of the palm. As you hold the grip, unless your gloves are VERY snug, the upper inside surface lifts away from your skin, leaving it chilly. I do recommend them though, well made material, strong, and flexible once worked a bit. Wouldn't go so far as to say "summer weight", though. My ride may have been too far below their temp rating. Probably great for temps in 40's up. November 11, 2014
Good gloves with average warmth These gloves keep me warm when the temp is in the 40’s, but are rather cold in the 30’s and I don't consider them to be warm enough to use in the 20's. I’ve found them to be more reliable than the Gerbing, but not as warm. First Gear’s Tech Support is much more knowledgeable than Gerbing’s Tech Support, but very hard to get a hold of. Just finding the number is hard. November 9, 2014
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
jeffery p: Riding in the cold, 32F or less in early morning, on the interstate at 75-80 mph gets the hands cold fast with no wind blockage at all. These help tremendously and would recommend them to anyone. They are bulky and make it harder to feel controls and all but between that and having cold hands which give the same effect I would definitely pick these gloves. I do not feel wind through them and the fit over my jacket sleeve making it great at blocking the cold wind. Apr 6, 2015
Robert W: Great glove comfortable, warm, durable. Am I missing something? The next First Gear glove up from this is great to. This pair is for my brother. Mine are two years old and been thousands of miles in below freezing weather on my motorcycle. No issues. Dec 25, 2014
Joan D: Ride all winter, gotta have warm hands. These are adequate but could be great if heat was all over including up near gauntlet. Nov 11, 2014
ED G: Powerlet does not make a glove only a liner. If I buy a liner I would have to buy a larger glove to fit since I did not buy my other gloves accounting for the extra liner thickness. Besides Revzilla out of my size in Powerlet liners and it is being closedout. Nov 3, 2014
Bradley R: The rest of my gear is First Gear, & I am quite satisfied with First Gear products. Oct 5, 2014
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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Chih H asked: Do these gloves have heating elements on the back of the hands and through the fingers? Nov 23, 2014
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Steve M: Yes, they heat the backs of the hands and fingers. I've been using my gloves daily on my commute. They are warm but never get hot. I have a Road King with no hand protection from the wind. I would say the gloves are good into the low 40's perhaps even the high 30's. Not as warm as the Gerbings but more reliable.
Nov 23, 2014
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Jay B: Yes, they do, as this is primarily where you need heat on a motorcycle with hands exposed to the wind. My hands and fingers get cold easily, but with these I am very comfortable. Nov 24, 2014
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Robert G: These gloves keep my hands warm all over. So i would assume the wires or elements are through the fingers and on the back of the hands. Nov 24, 2014
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Todd Y: Yes on the top of hand and the top of fingers Nov 23, 2014
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Juan D: Yes. Elements run through fingers and palms. Nov 23, 2014
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dave s: yes Nov 26, 2014
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A S asked: Will this glove work with the Synergy 2.0 jacket liner? Sep 30, 2014
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Geoffrey L: As far as I can tell from watching the video of the Synergy 2.0 jacket liner, the gloves should work fine. The connectors appear to be the same but just check to make sure they fit correctly. I note from the video that the jacket has a dual controller which is necessary to enable separate control of heat output to the gloves independent of the jacket. The setup works very well for me and makes cold weather riding so much more enjoyable. A word of caution however: When i purchased the jacket and gloves I owned a Yamaha V Star 650. If I ran the controller too warm the alternator was unable to keep up with the power required and I would end up with a flat battery (90 watt jacket). I now own a Kawasaki Vaquero which has had no problems keeping up with the power requirements, it has two alternators I believe :) (great bike!)

Best of luck.
Sep 30, 2014
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Don M: THEY WORK QUITE WELL I THINK IF YOU PURCHASE THEM YOU WILL BE QUITE CONTENT. Sep 30, 2014
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David O: I have no idea I only use Firstgear products. Oct 1, 2014
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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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