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Firstgear Warm and Safe Heated Glove Liners

Warm and Safe Heated Glove Liners

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Rating 4.38 of 5 (31 Reviews)

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Firstgear Warm and Safe Heated Glove Liners

An effective alternative to expensive heated motorcycle gloves, the Firstgear Warm and Safe Heated Glove Liner lets you retain your normal riding setup and still ride in comfortable warmth. Made sleek and thin, the liners slip in easily providing minimal bulk and interference for all day comfort on the bike.
  • Fits under most non-heated winter riding or work gloves
  • Made of 95% polyester, 5% spandex fabric that is soft to the touch
  • 11 watts of heat in each gloves gives nice warmth
  • 2 year limited warranty
**Note: You will need to get one of the following Heat Controllers to control the heat setting:

***Note: DC Coax Plug Y-Harness required for use without jacket liner
  • Item # 41236
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They Work

I bought these a few weeks ago. So far, so good. They fit ok under my heavy gauntlet gloves. The material is thin so I'm very careful when I take them off. My hands don't get hot even with the controller up to max but then again I don't want hot hands. My problem with riding in the cold has always been that my hands get cold. Nothing else (most of the time). With the liners, I've been riding in 26 degree temps at 50 - 70 mph and my hands are comfortable. I'm a happy guy.

Smokey Bear - November 21, 2014

(Andover, CT)

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Firstgear Heated Glove Liners

I have a pair of Fox Creek leather gloves so decided to go with heated glove liners from Firstgear. Great combination! And, when the morning commute dips down in the 20’s I run the liners in a heavier winter glove then for the evening commute the liners go back in my lighter Fox Creek leather gloves. Very pleased with the product.

Larry - October 17, 2014

(Prineville, OR)

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Excellent

The Best Gloves ever

Ginette - October 17, 2014

(Grand Falls, NB)

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good to a point

I purchased these a year ago and at first these were the cats meow. Even just under 30 degree weather. A year later, the pinky finger burnt me on a ride to work and melted a spot in my seat prior. Regardless they went up on the price $20. Think I'll go for heated grips and different glove liners. They did last 1 year though.....if that's what your shooting for. FirstGear really dropped down a grade to me.

j.koch - March 26, 2014

(oxford, AL)

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Comfy Hands

Overall, they're great. They keep my hands (which is what always got cold before) very comfortable. Have used them in 38 degree weather and only turned them up half way. The sizing runs a little small, so if you're not sure, get the larger size. I don't find them bulky; they fit under my regular winter gloves pretty well. Can't really comment on durability yet (only used them about six times, but so far, so good).

Bill - February 19, 2014

(Chandler, AZ)

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The fit is excellent and I can use them with another glove over them. They are flexible enough to use after the gauntlet glove is removed. It is a little difficult to get the second glove attached to the electrical cord. If you have a troller they work great.

Harvey - January 27, 2014

(Mansfield, TX)

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I have small hands and the finger for the liner glove was a little longer than preferred. Otherwise they keep my hands warm. Perfect for long rides.

DM - January 27, 2014

(Las vegas, NV)

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Great Product

Thin and comfortable. Easily fit under standard gloves. Kept the hands pretty warm.

L. Apoldo - January 13, 2014

(Cherry Hill, NJ)

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Great Liners!

After years of getting to work with frozen hands, I finally spent some money to fix the problem. They arrived late December, I got to 'test ride' them for a few days in 30 - 40* weather and the true test came early this week. These liners and the heat-troller worked great in 11* and 14* on two mornings. My hands were warm and comfortable, I recommend these to anyone! My gloves are medium, the liners are small/medium - a little tight/bulky together but I suppose the gloves will relax a little more with time (gloves are 3 or 4 years old, will replace with large next time or with heated gloves). Well worth the money!

Tommy - January 13, 2014

(Fort Valley, GA)

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Great price and product, rode in 41 degrees and my hands were warm and comfortable, had to turn the heat down, on high my finger tips were to hot, going to buy the rest of the heated gear. Very satisfied

Joe - December 11, 2013

(Lake Dallas, TX)

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great addition to jacket

Bought them for a cold(hi-45) ride to WVA. Worked wonderfully, could not have done the ride without them. Yes, a little fussy connecting when getting off and on but do keep hands much warmer than grip heaters(have those also). Run a little small. I ride all winter so will see how durability works out(just got them late Oct.

John - December 4, 2013

(Fleetwood, PA)

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Love them!

I have used them with temps in the 30's and 65 mph and between them and my cold weather Bilt gloves they worked very well. Last year I remember many times my fingers would feel like they were going to freeze and break off they got so cold. These glove lines, so far, are great and just what I needed to extend my season. They don't restrict my feel.

Chris - December 3, 2013

(Advance, NC)

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Have not used them yet but did test them out seem to work so far.

Patrick - December 3, 2013

(Due West, SC)

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No heat where I need it

The place where I need the most heat is the top of my fingers and back of my hands where the wind hits the most. The heat on these glove liners is between the fingers but there is no heat on the back of the hands.

Doc - June 26, 2013

(Durham, NC)

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Work great. Almost too warm on the higher settings so I had to turn it down to about 50%. Kept my hands warm. Haven't found any gloves that will do that but these do with my regular leather gloves.

Richard - May 23, 2013

(Surprise, AZ)
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