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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).

    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
    • 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

    Click Here to View Heated Gear Accessories
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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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    Warm, but hardly waterproof

    Extended 70 mph riding in a very wet, late September PNW saturated the gloves but they staved off conductive heat loss. Right felt hotter, fit tighter than left. Position of the wiring was adequate. Medium usually works well for me but gloves felt bulky and fatiguing. Fingers were short for size. Gauntlet a shade small;not impossible to cover my jacket cuff. A stiff tab helped arrange the gloves. Gouges on the back and some pulling at the seams. Palm is fine. Time will tell whether they hold up

    Derrick - December 12, 2013

    (Vanocuver, BC)

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    Not Feeling Real Good About My Purchase

    I am on my third pair. The first two only lasted for a few hours before the left hand glove just quit heating. I just got the third pair and have not had a chance to use them yet. The fit is a little long in the fingers which makes it hard to get the Velcro closures open. The gauntlet is very soft leather. Would have been nice if it was a little stiffer. I'm not feeling real good about it at this point. I will post more if I have problems.

    Donnie - January 17, 2013

    (Cumberland, VA)

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    No complaints so far

    First season with these gloves. Had some issues with the first ride, but not sure it's a problem with the gloves so much as the fuse or adapter connection. When they were operating, they were great, even on very low setting in mid-40s at highway speeds. Use them unplugged on short commutes in cold weather (~50f) and they keep hands warm after 30 minutes. Will see about durability after some more use. Made in Pakistan. Fit and finish seem fairly reasonable for the price.

    BT_Rider - December 20, 2012

    (Washington, DC)

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    Just get them

    Purchased for year round 1 hour drive primarily at 70-80mph with little wind blockage. Gloves alone work good down to 50 deg. I have ridden them in 25 deg and they are plenty warm at 3/4. Be sure to read sizing chart and get them tight because it has to be tight to work. Thumbs are a little long, and you can feel the wires, unlike Gerbing. I like the feel and carbon fiber on these better than Gerbing though.

    Will - December 18, 2012

    (Fredericksburg, VA)

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    Love these gloves

    After freezing my "you know whats off" last winter I decided to get some heated gloves as my hands always seem to be cold when riding in the cold. No matter how much I bundle up. These gloves really do the trick! Now even on the coldest mornings, my fingers and hands stay nice and toasty warm. A little cumbersome with the wiring plugged in, but SO worth it in warmth.

    KLR Tim - December 18, 2012

    (Glendora , CA)

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    Better than Heated Grips

    I wish I had bought these sooner. They look and fit well, and when the rest of my riding friends needed to stop to thaw out their hands, I had to try really hard not to snicker. My only complaint is that a few times when I had the temp controllers up high, my pinky fingers were uncomfortably hot.

    Trevor - August 10, 2012

    (Langley, BC)

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    Warm but not hot

    Not much bulkier then my race gloves. The gloves are not hot, more like luke warm but warm enough to keep my hands from freezing. Tested in 25F weather. The insulation in the fingers is light and one wire irritates my ring finger after an hour. Palms are unheated to reduce bulk, consider using heated grips as well. The wiper blade on the left thumb is a nice touch.

    Clovis - February 13, 2012

    (Colorado Springs, CO)

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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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    Comfortable but lasted one season.

    I liked these gloves but used them infrequently. Even so, the wires in both gloves apparently broke after the first season since there is no longer electrical continuity in either glove. Unfortunately, by the time I realized the problem, two years and the warranty had passed.

    Jim - November 29, 2011

    (Winston-Salem, NC)

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    Nice and warm!

    I bought a size Large and normally wear Medium in gloves just about everywhere else noting people say the run small (I also checked the sizing chart and I was at the high end of Medium). They fit very well, only slightly tight by the knuckles. I can only slightly feel the heating wires occasionally as some people complain. They are warm even without heat (warmer than my insulated Joe Rocket gloves) and are much less bulky! With the heat on they keep my hands nice and warm going down the interstate in the mid 30's on a hour+ ride. I use these with a 65W jacket, pants, and socks. My biggest concern is that the Velcro won't last 2+ years, which is disappointing for the price.

    Eric S. - May 10, 2011

    (Columbus, IN)

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    Huge and Hot (and not in a good way)

    The thumb was a mile long and I still have burn marks across my ring finger...returned them for the standard pair and am much happier. The standard pair fits my hands much better and very comfortable. I guess if I ever slide across the pavement on my knuckles I’ll regret my decision to return them.

    Jeff - March 30, 2011

    (Seattle, WA)

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    The one review to read

    I have been riding for over 30 years and looking for gloves that keep you warm. I own several pair of riding gloves. I purchased a winter glove and found them to be bulky and light construction. My ski gloves were better. So I returned them. Bought the warm-n-safe carbon xl gloves. Could not get my right hand pinky in without a lot of tugging. The liner was sewn in skewed. Left glove "fit like a glove". MSS returned them with no problem. Order a XXL. Fit is almost great. On the bike they are a little restricting. Hope with time they will loosen up. Wore them for the first time without being plugged in, the temperature was 30-f, for 30-min. Hands did not get painfully cold, but they were slightly confortable. I use my non-insulated field shear attack II gloves down to 40-f. They are painful in the 30's. These will allow me to take short rides without plugging in when the temp are in the high 20's and above. With them plugged in, they will extend my riding times. I just hope they keep working. Go to the warm-n-safe web site before buying and read the info on them. The construction of these is great.

    Lawrence D. - March 14, 2011

    (Saint Albans, WV)

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    Carbon heated gloves by First Gear

    Worked fine for the beginning of the first winter then the left glove stopped working. The right continued to work until half way through the second winter. Now they’re just kind of thin winter gloves. If it weren’t for the fact my bike is equipped with heated grips I’d be really mad. Otherwise quality seems OK.

    Chris - March 08, 2011

    (Rocky Point, NY)

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    Firstgear Heated Gloves

    I have bought 3 pairs of the heated gloves from Firstgear and have had to send back 2 of the 3 pairs because they stopped working after a few uses. Extremely satisfied, when they work. Frustrated when they don’t.

    Derek - January 25, 2011

    (Ashburn, VA)
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