Going to pull the trigger on heated gloves. Lots of good reviews on the Gerbing G3 ($140) but does anyone have comments on the Gerbing T5 ($170)?
Being new to the US market there may not be many with any first hand knowledge of them. I can say the G3 works great for me. I dislike bulky gloves and the G3's are not bulky.
Right now my complaint is no matter what I buy I will need to wear over-gloves, adding to the bulk.
Why cant anyone make heated-protective-waterproof gloves?
I tried on the G3 and T5 at my local dealer. I went with the G3 because it had less bulk and is less expensive. I've used the G3 several times thus far in temps in the 30s. Great glove! I'd suggest a liner and Controller if you can afford it.
I have an older pair of Gerbing heated gloves that are similar to the G5. They are very warm, but they are bulky. I have since added 'HotGrips' heated grips and only use my Gerbings in extreme weather.
Mike either ones are great and get some rain off overgloves. Great combo.
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I bought a pair of Gerbing gloves last year. Can't remember which version, but they look a little different than the current models, so I think they've been updated. They are a little bulky, but not enough to be a problem. You will want a controller, or your hands will cook. I'd recommend the dual controller, as you'll probably end up with a pair of socks or jacket liner as well.
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Check out Warm-n-safe before you pull the trigger!!! I found the G-3's to have too much bulk in the palm. The Warm-n-safes keep the backs of my hands and fingers warm, but allow more feel of the grips with the palm of the glove.
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Warm and safe's touring glove says it has
Reflective piping on top of hand
Carbon fiber protection on molded knuckles
PorelleŽ Breathable, "Waterproof" Membrane
Reinforced Protection in Palm
Rubber shield wipe, Thumb-mounted
No annoying wires in the palm
A layer of Thinsulate
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The G3's worked very well for me - 600 mile ride in 27 - 32 degrees F. I also purchased some $10 overgloves and sprayed them with 3M waterproofer. Works great in pouring rain.