DC-heated, produces 15 watts of heatat 12.8 Volts (each glove) and should be used with a Firstgear Heat-Troller for optimum safety Y-Harness is required for use with Firstgear Heat-troller (unless you have a Firstgear heated liner, then this is unnecessary) Grade-A, top-grain, drum-dyed cowhide construction Porelle breathable, waterproof membrane Thinsulate layer 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 Make sure to check out our Firstgear Heated Gear Buyers Guide
I was so surprised at the quality of the heated jacket liner that I decided to go ahead and try a pair of the carbon gloves. The feel, size and quality of the glove is great! I have used the gloves on the Cherohala Skyway in below freezing weather and they heated wonderfully! I did have an issue with the right glove not heating, but tyring to work with FirstGear to correct the issue. Purchased overpants and a Teton jacket as well. Great quality overall and still impressed even with a minor issue. Definitely worth serious consideration.
Firstgear Single Mounted Heat-Troller designed to variably control heat output of multiple connected garments on 1 person such as a jacket liner and gloves To control temperature of each piece separately use our Dual Heat-Troller Each rider must have their own Heat-Troller Designed to be mounted to the vehicle Requires drilling of holes for switch and L.E.D. Make sure to check out our Firstgear Heated Gear Buyers Guide
This was easy to install. I installed it on the left side of the bike. Used to power my 65W jacket liner on a CBR 600. Seems to be a quality product. I have used it the past few weeks as the weather has been much cooler early in the day and late at night. Did some reading on the website to learn how it actually worked. Definitely a must if you know you will not be changing bikes a lot.
Firstgear's no one left behind policy ensures that riders of any model motorcycle can take advantage of the warming effects of heated apparel by choosing between either the 65- or 90-watt versions. Good for low-amperage bikes or passengers not requiring as much heat as the rider, the 65-watt units minimizes the draw on the bike's charging system. Efficient warming is dependent upon close proximity to the body. Firstgear reduced the amount of sizes while ensuring a good fit by incorporating stretch panels into the liner's design. The long-sleeve liner cocoons its wearer in warmth by incorporating heating elements across the upper and lower back, down the sleeves, around the neck and, to combat the effects of windchill, the liner concentrates heat in the front of the jacket.3 Make sure to check out our Firstgear Heated Gear Buyers Guide