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Rating 4.41 of 5 (82 Reviews)
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Firstgear Men's Heated Rider Gloves

Perfect for extending the riding season, these heated gloves minimize the bulk normally associated with winter riding gloves and instead provide easy to control electric heat. Each glove plugs directly into the jacket liner, or an optional separate wire harness, allowing you to adjust the temperature of the gloves independently of the jacket with a Dual Heat-Troller (sold separately).
  • 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
  • Firstgear Heat-Troller required to operate gloves independently (See Demo Video for more information)
  • 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
**Note: You will need to get one of the following Heat Controllers to control the heat setting:

***Note: DC Coax Plug Y-Harnessrequired for use without jacket liner

Click Here to View Heated Gear Accessories

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Well worth the money

I bought these as a Christmas/Anniversary gift for my husband and he just loves them. No problem keeping his hands warm now. He even wore them riding on a 28 degree evening and had no problem keeping his hands warm. He said they're well worth the money.

Audrey - January 17, 2008

(Mt. Sterling, OH)

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Firstgear Heated Gloves

Great product. Gloves have a good feel - not too thick. Leather and stitching is excellent quality. Wiper blade on the left finger is nice feature. Two velcro adjustment straps - one across the back of the hand at the wrist and the second on the underside of the gauntlet. Uses a coax-style connector (Gerbing style). Highly recommend.

Lewis McMillan - February 05, 2008

(Atlanta, GA)

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Firstgear Heated Gloves are great!

Wish I had ordered these years ago! They warm up in no time and keep your hands & fingers toasty even in cold damp temps in the 30's. I highly recommend them to anyone who cannot get their hands warm in any other gloves.

J. Malison - February 11, 2008

(Elizabethtown, KY)

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Very nice

Great gloves, kept my fingers nice and warm from September through November. Just wear them once or twice and you will get used to the thickness. No problems at all using them, can pull the brake and clutch just fine. I won't do without them!

Peg M - November 24, 2008

(Concord, MA)

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Suzuki Boulevard C50, Liner+Gloves

Liner is great, light weight, thin and fits under the jacket fine. It is like a electric blanket wrapped around you in the cold. Got the 90-watt, doesn't seem to affect the voltage. Hope it stays that way. Gloves may have been defective, returned them to try another pair. Problem was, the left hand heated great, but not the right. Turning the heat all the way up to compensate resulted in too much heat on the top of the left hand every time I flexed my hand (use clutch). Got really uncomfortably hot at stops. Otherwise glove worked great. Heating elements seem to just run on top so you can feel cold on bottom, but your hands do not freeze. Coldest temp I've rode in: 30's factor in wind chill and that’s about as cold as I choose until I the pants liner.

Grant - December 04, 2008

(Pinehurst, NC)

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Heated Gloves

I bought the gloves along with the jacket liner and dual controller. The gloves are pretty warm even before you turn them on. I have only had to turn them up about 25% to keep my hands warm. They work well with the jacket liner. I recommend this product for anyone looking for heat equipment.

Steve Golik - January 14, 2009

(Andover, KS)

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Firstgear - Heated Rider Gloves

Those gloves keep my hands really warm on the cold days. But I don’t plug them in on days when the temp is 40 degrees. They keep my hands warm.

Leslie - March 24, 2009

(Edmond, OK)

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Kevlar Heated Gloves

I bought the liner, Kevlar gloves and dual controller. Toasty warm. All work perfectly. I rode for 2 hours on I-95 yesterday (75mph) in 40 degree weather with my jacket liner and gloves on high. I was toasty warm, just like riding in summer. I've used my gear 5 or 6 times. The gloves are not near as bulky as the snowmobile gloves I used to have to wear when it got cold. Gauntlets keep all wind out. No strain on my electrical system ('03 HD Road King). Easy to install. A little spendy, but REALLY nice to have. I haven't used the gear in a heavy rain...yet. If it performs as well in a heavy rain as it has so far, it'll be worth every penny to those of us who ride all year.

Mark - March 31, 2009

(Baltimore, MD)

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These are great!

After going to work on a 20-degree day and having my hands get uncomfortably cold (probably a little unsafe as I couldn't move my fingertips that quickly), I decided to take the plunge. Well, the Firstgear gloves are fantastic. I ride in 20-degree weather with warm hands - yes warm. It's actually an odd feeling at first. Coming home from school one night (about 30 to 35 degrees); the cold was all around but my hands were probably 90 degrees! All I could do was laugh and enjoy. The service from Motorcycle Superstore was awesome. I didn't realize I need an adaptor since I was plugging into the Heat-troller (as opposed to plugging into a jacket) but the sales rep hooked me up with the info. Great work!

Michael Dean - April 03, 2009

(Ashburn, VA)

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Warm and Dry in the Pacific Northwest

I picked up a pair of the Firstgear Heated Gloves as I was tired of my knuckles freezing and my palms being warm with only my heated grips. These gloves keep my entire hand dry and very warm so I can enjoy a longer riding season in comfort.

Eric - April 10, 2009

(Bellingham, WA)

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Toasty Fingers

Tired of numb fingers when riding on cool days, I was. After trying various "winter" gloves I decided to give heated gloves a try. These Firstgear heated gloves work great. I use them with the 65 watt jacket liner and the semi mounted heat-troller. I rarely ever turn the power up past 50%. The gloves are well made and quite warm even without the juice turned on. I would recommend these gloves to anyone that rides in temps below 50 degrees on a regular basis.

John - April 20, 2009

(Clinton, WA)

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Firstgear Heated Gloves

I was elated when I opened up and saw the gloves. They looked and fit just like my regular riding gloves. Not bulky or heavy...just right. They hook up to the jacket liner and except for the wires hanging out, they were very comfortable and warm. I heard that there were a lot less issues with Firstgear heated clothing (compared to other brands)and that proved to be true for me. Go git 'em!

Chaz Roberts - April 30, 2009

(Santa Barbara, CA)

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Firstgear - Heated Rider Gloves

These gloves fit me well and are comfortable. I found that these are actually warmer and more wind-proof than my winter gloves I'd used before. And this is before I plug in the power. Initially I found them a tad stiff and clumsy, but they broke in OK and I got used to them. Good gloves for three seasons (autumn, winter, spring) and the summer too in case you live in New England.

Zoltan - October 23, 2009

(Sterling, MA)

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Firstgear Heated Rider Gloves

First off, WOW!!!! I had been riding in near 0 degree temps here this winter, and freezing my fingers. I ordered the jacket liner and gloves with the dual temp controller. I can say the that jacket is wonderful, 128 degrees of warm. The gloves don’t get hot, but that’s a good thing, as they keep you very nice and comfortable. I would offer this combo to anyone who is riding this winter.

Cliff - February 24, 2010

(Chantilly, VA)

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Firstgear heated gloves

They fit well with a little room inside. I bought them at the beginning of summer so I really did not have a chance to wear them in the cold or rain, but from other reviews do order one size larger. I did test them out and they do get hot.

Phil - June 22, 2010

(Tinley Park, IL)

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