Mens's Heated Glove Liners with Grip

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Men's Vs Women's Gloves
Glove sizing is a mess.
In one brand I wear a XXL
and in another I can't fit in a XXXL.
The Women's gloves are different
from the Men's by having the fingers shorter.
The Passenger Glove & the Women's Classic Rider Glove are Sized for Women. So given all that, don't be surprised if your gloves are the wrong size.
Measuring Tips
Measure your hand with a tape measure around the hand, loosely crossing the center of the palm and crossing on top of the knuckles of your hand (indicated by the red line in the illustration on your right).

Measure your dominant hand - the right if you are right-handed, and the left if you are left-handed.

$69.95


Product Description

This new Glove Liner is designed to be used with the 7.4volt battery or when used with the Multi-Voltage kit, will run on 12V systems. For Hunters, Hikers, Bicyclers, Gardeners and others wanting mobilty, these new Glove Liners and harness will work much better for your needs... It is designed to also plug into the Heat Layer base layer to work off one power system.

We made this product, like most of our 7.4V heated products to help people who need to stay warm when doing normal activities as well as sports. But we were really pushed because of people we know with MS, Lupes and Reynauds. This will open up activities to people that have trouble with the cold. Please pass the word.

Warm, Light and Thin. Fits Under Most Work Gloves or can be worn alone. 
These Glove Liners are designed to work wth our 7.4 Volt batteries and if you are not using it with our Base Layer, you need a lanyard harness system to power them from our 7.4V portable battery pack.

Lanyard heated Glove system


Product Description

Lanyard Glove Harness designed for our 7.4 gloves and glove liners when not used with the Base Layer.
$12.95

 

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