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.
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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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
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