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Highway 21 7V Radiant Heated Gloves
The Highway 21 Radiant is a lithium battery powered heated glove. The Hipora liner keeps your hands dry while the lithium battery power warms your hands.
- Genuine leather construction provides durability
- Waterproof, windproof and breathable Hipora liner
- 100g of Thinsulate insulation
- Touch Screen compatible
- Armored knuckles for added protection
- Pre-curved fingers enhance comfort and reduce rider fatigue
- Adjustable gauntlet
- Lithium ion battery, charger and controller with 3 heat settings
- Battery life: 4 hours on low heat, 3 hours medium heat, 2.5 hours high heat
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Reviews & Questions
The max setting on this glove kept me comfortable on my half hour ride to work on a dry and cold 25 degree day, on a naked bike with no fairings to block wind. I bet I will be good into the teens with this glove, and even lower with hand guards to block the wind first.
Cuff just fits over my jacket sleeve, so thats nice and I can close this glove with the battery in the cuff over the sleeve, keeping air out and making it easy to get to the buttons.
Very happy with this purchase. No more riding in snowboarding gloves with an extra liner glove and still having frozen fingers when I get to work.
2 months ago
Here are my cons on the gloves:
As other people have noted they're a little bulky.
Another con is I wear a size small and my fingers don't reach the ends of the gloves. They're just a little too long - the width for me is perfect.
When I first tried them, it took some time for them to warm up. I normally turn them on right before I head to the garage to start the bike. By the time the bike is warm the gloves are nice and toasty when I hop on the bike.
I'd recommend these gloves to anyone interested in riding year round.
2 months ago
These gloves allow me to extend the temperatures at which I can ride, preventing sensation loss in the finger tips and tops of the hands.
4 months ago
3 months ago
On fit, they are just a bit big for their size. I bought a medium which fits just a touch large on me, though I measure out between a medium and a large. I prefer my gloves pretty snug though. I am an 8.5 or 9 in Held, BTW. If the the battery pack isn't positioned just so, it sort of gets in the way under your wrist if you wear a watch. They are bulky, to be sure, but they're not so bad to where I feel like I will make mistakes and stall out the bike. I don't think there is such a thing as a thin heated glove. It's just a tradeoff for the warmth.
Speaking of warmth, they are warm. I usually use medium, and have occasionally used high. They will not burn you as I've read some wired gloves will. I suppose that's a good thing, but I don't think they're the most powerful gloves. I have ridden into work in temperatures as low as 22F and still been comfortable. My fingertips start to get a bit cold, but it's nothing like my previous winter gloves. No pain.
All in all, I would recommend these. I have 3 different bikes that I take to work and getting individual heat controllers for each bike was too much of an expense. Not to mention having to hook up and disconnect every time I ride. These gloves give me the most freedom and do a good enough job that I can commute in virtually any temperature.
5 months ago
These work. Combined with some Barkbusters Blizzard handguards to cut down on wind over the knuckles, my hands stay comfortable to cool with these on medium. I haven't needed to try them on high yet.
Fit is true, I've ridden in the rain several times and they've kept the water out effectively (far more effectively than any previous pair of non-leather gloves has): while the interior of any of my gloves has stayed dry, the outer shell and insulation usually got soaked. These have not.
Comfort: occasionally I'll feel a wire in them, especially when twisting a thumb up to change high beams, but it hasn't been annoying. My main gripe is that the batteries are located under the wrists, and they are chunky. It might just be me, but I prefer battery packs on the back of the wrist, not underneath.
3 months ago
I will also say, if you're inbetween sizes, pick the smaller one. My hand width measured inbetween large and xl, I went with large and have some finger tip length to spare. They fit a little big.
I don't have heated grip or wind blocks on the handle bars, maybe those things accompaning with these gloves would make it better, but then you're talking another $210 or more.
4 months ago
(BTW my hands get cold quickly, I have trouble getting things in my own freezer. Well maybe not that bad, but I do own 8 pair of glove and to types of insulators. None of them alone or combined have ever gotten close to the Highway 21’s perfoamence.)
The second time I used these gloves, it was in the low 40’s and I road around for about 3 hours in medium heat (mostly highway). My hands were fine. For longer distance I would suggest backup battery packs. These gloves get a A+++, because there abilities are within reason my intentions.
Only things I Dont like are; the charger time for the battery, and breaking in process for the glove.
I’m 6ft, 210lbs and I were a size large. The size chart had me in between XL and L. I ordered XL, way too big for me, but exchange was quick and easy cause ZLA is the best at that. Honestly if you were a size large or med or small in construction gloves then that’s most likely your size. Size chart stuff drives me crazy. I really want to know who’s hand they model that after.
One last thing, do your research. These are not a pair of mittens you’ll forget on the bus. They serve a purpose, make sure they fit yours. I’m a fairly new rider but I’ve been a consumer all my life and so have you. Make sure your getting the best out of your hard eraned dollars.