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Firstgear Warm and Safe Heated Glove Liners - Large/X-Large/Black

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  • 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
  • Single Mounted Heat-Troller
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Firstgear Warm and Safe Heated Glove Liners - Large/X-Large/Black + Firstgear Dual Portable Heat-Troller - Black + Firstgear DC Coax Plug Y-Harness - Black
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Technical Details
BrandFirstgear
ModelWarm and Safe Heated Glove Liners
Item Weight5.6 ounces
Product Dimensions12.5 x 8 x 1 inches
Manufacturer Part Number51-2966
Vehicle Service Type street-sport-motorcycles
  
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ASINB005JWEWO4
Best Sellers Rank #150,502 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Date First AvailableNovember 28, 2011
  
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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 followingHeat Controllersto control the heat setting Single Mounted Heat-Troller
Single Semi-Mounted Heat-Troller
Single Portable Heat-Troller
Dual Mounted Heat-Troller
Dual Semi-Mounted Heat-Troller
Dual Portable Heat-Troller
Remote Dual Heat-Troller
Remote Single Heat-Troller
Note DC Coax Plug Y-Harness required for use without jacket liner


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Customer Reviews

I love riding motorcycle.
Mac D cheesecake
Using these and the jacket liner, I rode into work warm and happy in 35mph winds and 32F temps this week... No clue what windchill was.
G. M.
Fits under my regular gauntlet gloves without being bulky.
J. Gray

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

33 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Mac D cheesecake on November 13, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large/X-Large
I love riding motorcycle. So much so that I don't want to stop when winter rolls around. I have tried 2 different pairs of heated gloves and many many so called winter gloves. Plain winter gloves are bearable to about 45 degrees (80+ mph...you figure out the windchill factor). Heated gloves have been either way too bulky or heat in all the wrong places. Other than my hands staying warm in 20 degrees, I desperately need them to be waterproof...cold + wet do not go together unless its bourbon. After much expense, uncomfortable riding and 2 years later, I gave these liners a try.
When I first received them I thought, no way are these going to heat. They are so thin and you can't feel the wire or heating element even when trying. I can use them with any glove I have, even my summer gloves...not that I need heated gloves in summer. They just fit under anything. Specially under winter waterproof gloves.
The heat these give off is intense Hot enough that you can't use them without a heat troller. I use a warm n safe dual controller hooked up to gloves, and jacket and pants separately. I'm in toasty warm heaven. I'm on a GS Adventure so I have heated grips, which is perfect because the liners only have heat on the fingers and back of hands, not palms.
Yes you have to read closely that these are not stand alone, battery operated gloves. You need battery lead and a controller (thermostat if you will). Most moto riders already know this.
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By Bigred on September 6, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large/X-Large Verified Purchase
Works great. First test was today at 37 degrees. nice and warm and only had the controller set to the half way point
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Mike Curl aka RedonKiLaus on December 1, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large/X-Large Verified Purchase
I bought these to go along with my Firstgear 90 watt heated jacket liner - total power consumption is 90 + 11 + 11 = 112 watts. That's a lot of power being supplied by the alternator! I have them connected to the Firstgear single user temperature controller. Combine that with heated grips on my BMW, and I should not have any problem with temperatures well below freezing. I did check the battery voltage on my BMW f650gs (400 watt alternator) and it drops from 14.5 V to about 12.5 V with everything turned on and the engine at idle. With the engine at higher RPM's, the charging system is able to handle the load.
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By T. Utley on April 1, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large/X-Large Verified Purchase
I love these liners. I have been using them for about 3 months and they are comfortable and warm. At first I started with a simple on/off toggle switch. In 35 degree weather in the morning at about 50 mph and 15 minutes they were too warm and I had to turn them off. I made a heat troller to control the heat as I didn't want to pay 70 bucks. These work great with them. At about half power these are very comfortable and the fit is true. They fit under my riding gloves great. I have XL gloves and I bought these L/XL liners which hug my hands good.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By G. M. on November 14, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large/X-Large
Love them. So far the coldest I have ridden with them is 29F.
My primary gloves are leather gauntlets that have a little bit of an insulation in them. I have also used the liners in a moderately insulated Nylon shell glove, but found they were too warm above 34F. I think the nylon shell gloves and these will be perfect at sub freezing temps.

Using these and the jacket liner, I rode into work warm and happy in 35mph winds and 32F temps this week... No clue what windchill was.

I ride every day, all year long - as long as it's not snowing and the morons at CO DOT are spraying Mag Chloride on our roads.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By big dan on November 27, 2012
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Small/Medium Verified Purchase
The liners worked great.. Wish I had bought them sooner. They keep your fingers warm. That helps us older folks a lot.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By CYCLEDUDE on November 12, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large/X-Large Verified Purchase
I rode at 40 deg F and I never turned it past half on my temperature regulator. I would definitely splurge for the temperature regulator or your just spending time switching on & off.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Bruce on October 27, 2013
Color Name: BlackSize Name: Large/X-Large Verified Purchase
They work great, shipping from seller was fast.
When wearing them make sure plug is on top of your wrist. I was wearing them on the bottom of my wrist and wondering why it wasn't heated up, or maybe it still was... Was hard to tell. I basically wear them with plug in top of my hand, I purchased a Y plug from the auction site for low $$. I test them to see of they are working by touching my nose..

How they work for me.
I wear them under my riding gloves and they work great... My hands stay warm and on long rides they are comfortable.. Even on the lowest settings and doing 60mph my hands are nice and warm. No complaints at all.
They are worth the money. If you think they are expensive
.. Just imagine your hands freezing.

I don't like using them stand alone. They are slippery on the controls of the bike.
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