Our Warm & Safe Ultimate Touring Heated Gloves are made from Grade A top grain drum dyed cowhide. The heated gloves include a thin layer of Thinsulate. Thinsulate keeps you warm when it’s cold outside. The unique microfibers or fine fibers that make up Thinsulate insulation work by trapping air molecules between you and the outside. The more air a material traps in a given space‚ the better it insulates you from the cold outside air. But we do not use a thick layer of insulation like others. We want you to feel the bike and not fatigue your hands. The inside of the Warm & Safe Heated gloves are made with a breathable "Waterproof" Membrane. The palms have reinforced protection. The molded knuckles have a layer of Aramid fiber. The fingers are pre-curved providing comfort the first you put them on. The thumb has double heat, we know how that is appreciated.
Ok, it seems some people get the idea that just because we started putting leather over the knuckle protector because it looks better, that the carbon fiber protection is gone. NO!!! It is still there. Why do we have both pictures? Because some have the leather and some do not as we make this change over. I ripped a pair of the leather covered style gloves apart just to prove there is carbon on the inside of the protector.
If you do not have a Heated Liner or Base Layer then you need to order the Warm & Safe Long Splitter Lead, Heat controllers sold separately.
Warm & Safe Ultimate Touring Heated Gloves
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