Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Heated Leather Gloves

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Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Heated Leather Gloves

Stay warm and ride longer than ever with the simple brilliance of the Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Heated Leather Glove. Heated by a series of durable steel fiber heating elements, which generate safe, electronically controlled infrared heat, the steel fiber elements are lightweight, flexible and safe to operate in wet conditions.

The Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Heated Leather Glove is powered by a 12-volt electrical system. No matter how wearers choose to use Synergy garments, only one Synergy 2.0 power lead wiring harness per person is needed.
  • Designed to operate in all weather conditions from a vehicle’s 12-volt electrical system
  • Warmth without bulk or discomfort, making for a safer, more enjoyable ride
  • Lightweight, flexible carbon fiber heating elements provide safe, even warmth
  • Expanding side panels help fine tune the fit and increase comfort
  • Synergy 2.0 gloves include the power lead wiring harness, single control rheostat control unit, and an extended v-split connector (v-split connector is required when using Synergy gloves with Synergy pant or vest liners)

**Note: Connecting Tour Master Synergy electrically heated apparel to any other power source besides your vehicle’s 12-volt battery will destroy the heating elements, void the warranty and may cause serious injury or death to the wearer. In addition, Tour Master Synergy apparel cannot be combined with any other brand of electrically heated apparel.
 
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Well Made, Gentle Heat

I have used these gloves for several weeks of winter riding; they are great at 40 degrees, but not sufficiently warm below freezing. I use the highest setting almost every time, in comparison the matching vest never requires more than half power. They are wonderful at moderate cold, providing a gentle heat. At freezing temperatures they are good for about 20 minutes before my hands get really cold.

John - January 13, 2014

(Zebulon, NC)

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Heated Gear

On a 30 deg. day, I rode with wind chill in the 20's for approx. 3 hours with the complete set. Jacket liner, pants liner, gloves, and heated insole's with no problem. I had a neck wrap and a Nolan Modular helmet which came from you also. Just a tad bit of air sneaking in thru the top of the face shield. One more piece, covering my forehead and I'm ready to try the 20's. Don't see a lot of bikes out though.

Randall - January 8, 2014

(Seymour, TN)

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Works Good

I wish these had their own adjustment control separate from my coat, but I am pleased that they keep my hands warm. I have heated grips, but the backs of my hands were still freezing, and these gloves have alleviated that.

bmwrider - December 18, 2012

(Little Rock, AR)

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Synergy 2.0 heating

I'd love to write a full-out review, but a 500 char limit makes that difficult. As such, the bullets: Long wiring = good Setup = good Ability to heat = good (Used at temps of 10-30's at 45-70mph) Heating elements needed to be "adjusted", but minor inconvenience. For temps in 50's+, I didn't even need to connect them - they were plenty warm by themselves. Due to bulk, I would not recommend for anything but cold-weather. (Which is what they're made for) Size: For purpose, good.

J. M. - December 11, 2012

(St. Louis area, IL)

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Its all about the cold weather...right?

I have no hand guards, no heated grips. I rode in 45F weather for 90 miles and 75 of those miles were at a 70mph or more sustained so the wind chills was probably 35F for at least an hour. I had the gloves set 1 notch BEFORE max because the max setting got my thumbs a little too warm and although my hands were chilly they never got numb. I wear a medium but due to the bulkier nature a small fit better so I got those instead since heated products like this work better closer to the body.

MDK210 - November 19, 2012

(Colorado Springs, CO)

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Definitely worth the money

Just completed a 2,600 mile trip to/through NC. Encountered temperatures from 30 to 70 degrees. Even had one full day in the rain. These gloves performed beautifully. My old hands stayed warm and dry. Dealing with the wiring dangling from your jacket can be a pain - but worth it.

Alvin - November 1, 2011

(Lafayette, LA)