Ronnie B -
May 22, 2013(twinfalls, ID)
I wear these Inside my bmw gloves, connected to a First Gear heat troller. Works much better than OEM heated hand grips.
Works very good
March 23, 2013(Rensselaer, IN)
Bought these liners and they worked better than I thought, it was 18F and I didnt feel any cold, had the thermostat turned up only half way. Would recommend to anybody. As far as durability and finish I havent had them long enough to tell how they will hold up.
March 12, 2013(Fort Leonard Wood, MO)
I bought these for my wife and she loves them! Now she wants a pair of sock liners! I would recommend a thermostat to go with them since they do work!
HAND IN THE TOASTER!
February 19, 2013(Pittsburgh, PA)
Got these this fall, and man, are they warm! Not warm - hot. I did not have a troller or rheo first time, so I just plugged them in and away I went...for 15 minutes until they literally burned my hands. True. They left little blue marks on my skin, and I had to stop and unplug them. Only concern is the knit grabs onto velcro instantly and will pull apart the stitching in time. But for fifty some bucks, you got yourself a deal here! Buy the troller and you're set!
First Gear Heated Glove Liners
January 26, 2013(Santa Clarita, CA)
These liners are amazing. I wear deer skin gloves that are snug to begin with and even with these liners they are still comfortable. WARNING*** These things will burn your knuckles if you leave it turned up all the way.
didn't keep it
P Haas -
January 24, 2013(Clifton, NJ)
Bought this as a gift, but decided when it arrived that it was too much bother, so I returned them.
January 17, 2013(wildomar , CA)
I bought these liners because is gets so cold at night and in the morning in the 30s. These liners keep my hands nice and toasty. I even had to turn the dial down because sometimes they get too hot. I liked these liners so much I ordered an extra pair for a passenger.
first gear glove liners
December 18, 2012(Norman, OK)
I wear these under a pair of XL wells Lamont leather gloves. I have used them in low teens temps(Fahrenheit). Fingers stay comfortable. I like them! Your riding gloves need to be quite a bit bigger than the liners, or else it is to bulky and you lose some dexterity. I was wishing I had just bought heated gloves UNTIL I found the pair of XL leather gloves. That cured the bulkiness. I have average size 10 man hands.
October 23, 2012(Greeley, CO)
Bought a pair of these last season, they only worked 2 or 3 times, tried return as defect to the superstore and was told I had to return them to the manufacturer. I was not even able to get ahold of firstgear, so I got robbed 55 or 60 bucks. Fit finish and (when they worked) function were great.
March 20, 2012(Wittmann, AZ)
Work great. Gonna buy a different set of outer gloves that don't have as much lining as mine so they fit better. Tips of my fingers felt like they were burning so I turned down the controller to about 1/3 of full and that stopped. Hands stayed toasty warm.