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Heated gloves? "Hipohands"?
Heated GLOVES are the only way to go.I've used grips and they are more convenient but cannot keep up with sub-freezing temps very long for me.I've used shields, covers, etc. and they help, but not enough.I imagine I could probably go some distance with a combination of heated grips and hippo-hand style covers, but I can't stand the look of them so I doubt I'll ever bother.What I REALLY want is a lithium battery pack rechargeable electric glove... and to move to AZ.
I too have considered Hippo Hands and similar, but they are ugly as F^@#! I tried the Dainese Anemos Windstopper Gloves and found they stop wind about a well as my fingerless mesh gloves. I tried adding a pair of FREEZE-OUT liners, which didn't help, so I now use a basic pair of leather gloves with the liners. This combination seems to work in our warmer climes, but I wouldn't think of using them below 40F.
Lol, good though on the AZ thing:) yea Iím leaning to the electric gloves, any particular brand youíve tried and like?
Lol, good though on the AZ thing:) yea I�m leaning to the electric gloves, any particular brand you�ve tried and like?
Heated gloves are the best answer. I don�t ride much at below freezing temperatures but I have ridden for several hours at a time in mid-thirties temps with heated gloves. Now I need to find a solution for my feet.
Heated gloves are the best answer. I donít ride much at below freezing temperatures but I have ridden for several hours at a time in mid-thirties temps with heated gloves. Now I need to find a solution for my feet.
How do you guys in the really cold areas of America keep your hands from freezing? I rode the other day at 21 degrees and gloves with thinlate and liners, still my finger tips were to cold for comfort. Suggestions welcomed:)
I got a pair of Highway 21 heated gloves: https://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/highway-21-7v-radiant-heated-gloves?utm_source=bing&utm_medium=cse&utm_term=1100507320283|These are good when I don't wear the full Gerbing's jacket liner that I use to connect to my Gerbing gloves. Not having the cumbersome wires is a plus. They're a little bulky but not extremely so. They only heat the top of your hands, but when it is cold enough to wear them, I'm not going to be out for long rides anyway.Not cheap, but I'm too darned old to suffer from the cold when it can be avoided. Obviously they are good for other times when you're outdoors and want to keep your hands warm--they'd be perfect for watching a football game or some other event when it is really cold out.Rich A
This past week I have been riding the new V7III Stone to work (17 miles there, 17 back) with Gerbing�s gloves in temps of 9-11F with windchill below that even - I arrive at work pretty toasty if you believe that or not. Nobody believes me when I tell them I�m warmer on the bike than I am in the car with all that heat being poured directly on ya.
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