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Firstgear Men's Carbon Heated Gloves

Combining formidable street protection with cozy warmth, the Firstgear Men’s Carbon Heated glove is the ultimate cold weather motorcycle option. Built using high quality leather infused with carbon fiber armor, the Carbon Heated remains tough and warm while minimizing unwanted bulk. Each glove plugs directly into the jacket liner, or an optional separate wire harness, allowing the rider to adjust the temperature of the gloves independently of the jacket with a Dual Heat-Troller (sold separately).

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  • 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
  • Carbon fiber protection on molded knuckles
  • 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

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  • Item # 10885

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Firstgear - Carbon Heated Gloves

Bought these gloves and the controller for a May ride from Southern California to Denver, CO. I am very happy with them. They functioned as advertized and consistent with some of the other reviews; they generate plenty of heat at the lower settings. On my ride I crossed Monarch pass at 11,300 feet with snow still present and very cold temps. Gloves kept my hands plenty warm. Good investment experience for me.

Joe - June 09, 2008

(San Juan Capistrano, CA)

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Excellent heated gloves with very good protection

These gloves definitely keep my hands warm. So far I've only tested them down to 38 deg F but at that temp the setting was only about 60%. I could easily have set the gloves to be warmer if I needed them. The added carbon fiber protection is a plus too. They're very comfortable and not very bulky at all.

Victwin - November 07, 2008

(Natick, MA)

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Nice and toasty

My friends and I went on a charity run this weekend in Maine. Temps in the morning leaving for the ride were in the lower 40's. With the Firstgear heated gloves my hands were toasty all day. On the way home I did a segment of about 90 miles without stopping. Usually on days like this I would have to stop and warm my hands every 30 miles, even with heavy winter gloves. Now I'm looking forward to cold weather riding and am considering buying a vest to compliment the gloves. By the way, these gloves fit run true as opposed to other gloves I've tried. I usually wear a large size and the Firstgear large fit fine.

Avelino Rochino - November 07, 2008

(Natick, MA)

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never cold in these

No need to wait for these babies to warm-up before riding, slip them on and ride, in 30degree weather they were still plenty warm and with no air deflectors on my honda st1300

Terry Sharp - November 20, 2008

(hope, MI)

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Excellent Value. Works as designed

I purchased a Firstgear Single Portable Heat-Troller, 90W heated Jacket Liner and Carbon Heated Gloves. I ride an '08 Silver Wing. Installation directly to the battery was simple and took about 15 minutes. I went on a 125mile, 2.5 hour ride in 26F-36F with average speed of 65-70. I was comfortable throughout the entire ride.

Harry K. - November 26, 2008

(Leesburg, VA)

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Carbon Heated Gloves

These gloves are great, I wish they were just a little warmer, but they are better than anything else I've tried. I ride year round with the Legion Riders, I have ridden with them so far at 10 Degrees, for 50 miles, one way, and I was in better shape than my friends. Kansas winter weather can get pretty bad, but these gloves are great.

Phil Parsons - December 22, 2008

(Salina, KS)

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Outstanding glove

8 degrees, 65 mph, at night. Heat turned up full blast, your hands will not freeze and the tips of your fingers may get a little cold, but hey, these gloves are very light for a winter glove. You can get so hot in mild temps that you can burn your hands. Fit is true at least for size large. They are warmer then the Tour Masters Synergy heated glove that I was using.

Karl Rhyner - January 19, 2009

(Sandy Hook, VA)

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Firstgear heated "Carbon" gloves

These heat your hands comfortably. When used without heat they work well because they do not have the perforations of the normal "carbon" gloves I have for summer (so wind-chill isn't a problem with the gloves). They probably would be awful in the summer heat, but they are really superior in cold weather. I have Ranaud's phenomenon which causes my hands to go numb and then become severely painful if they get the least bit cold, these gloves do a fine job of preventing me from experiencing these painful episodes. Set to high you are toasty and even perspire, but at a low setting (with the First Gear heat troller) they are quite comfortable and warm without bulkiness. The only problem when paired with the 90 watt jacket liner is that it is a very heavy load on the electrical system, dimming the headlights as the heat troller cycles on and off. On my 1972 Honda 350 it runs the battery down in about 90 minutes, on the 2002 250 Nighthawk I will be putting a headlight kill switch to allow longer daytime rides on cold winter days. If you are waffling on getting these gloves I suggest you give them a try, the better control of the bike provided by warm hands are more than worth the purchase price.

Terry - November 24, 2009

(Penn Valley, CA)

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Great Gloves

A bit stiffer than I would like, but heater works awesome. No problem during ride in 19 degrees. I use 1/2 power at 30 degrees. These gloves have totally changed winter riding for me.

Tim Budd - January 13, 2009

(Alexandria, VA)

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Carbon heated gloves

These are the first heated gloves I've tried that didn't feel like "Hulk Hands." I have dexterity that were impossible for previous versions from other manufacturers. Although not the equal of summer-weight gloves, they're still very good. And warm without being hot.

William Hagen - February 25, 2009

(Fairfield, CA)

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Just What the Doctor Ordered

This is my first winter of riding and I found that even the warmest non-heated gloves I could find left me with dangerously cold fingertips below 32 degrees. These were the solution. I've gone on 50 mile rides in the upper 20s, and shorter rides in the upper teens and been perfectly comfortable. I need to mention a couple of things, though. Some other brands of heated gloves have the heat controller built in. With these, you need to also buy the heat controller and, if you're not using them with a Firstgear heated jacket liner, a Y cable. So that adds almost an additional $100. Second, as others have pointed out, the gauntlet part is so small that I have a tough time getting a good seal around my sleeve. Firstgear could have added an inch more material which would have fixed this issue without adding much to the cost.

Steve Metz - March 31, 2009

(Carlisle, PA)

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Firstgear Carbon Heated Gloves

Nothing else helped my wife with cold hands on longer rides, so we decided to give these a try after wasting money on an inferior Gerbings product. The gloves almost look like a dress woman's glove, but are completely water and windproof. There is little indication that they are electrically heated, with no bulky wiring to irritate fingers. The heat is so evenly spread that she almost doesn't believe they're heated, except her hands are never cold. Best heated product we've ever owned, and we can't recommend them highly enough.

Bob - October 11, 2010

(Gig Harbor, WA)

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Excellent!

These gloves are awesome. I have not ridden a full winter season with these gloves so I may not have had enough time in them to give the best quantitative review. However, because of these gloves I have ridden more this winter than ever before. Some have argued that the fit is too tight. I would tend to disagree. Not only does it fit true but it must be snug on the skin in order to warm your hand.

VicRider - December 28, 2011

(Colorado Springs, CO)

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Carbon gloves

These gloves are great. I've tried different brands and I've found that the extra padding and carbon fiber knuckles on these gloves help to block the wind, keeping them nice and toasty. While the palms don't seem to be heated, it's barely noticable.

Paul - December 17, 2013

(Salem, VA)

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So Far So Good

I've only had these for a month and it has just started getting cold. So far at 30deg with the heat turned all the way up they're wonderful. They have proven to be waterproof at this point but I haven't ridden long distance in the rain yet. As stated you will need a heat controller, and a splitter. I also found that a 24" extension is very helpful, this allows me to keep the Y cable in the jacket. The fit is good and the finish is real nice. I found the thumbs a little long, and they take some effort to hold fingers bent. I gave cost benefit a 4 because they don't seem to get real warm and I'm not sure how they'll do in below 30deg. To be fair I have poor circulation in my hands, so they might be great for others. Overall a good product!

Jay - November 06, 2009

(Salem, OR)
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