Here are the 10 Best Heated Electric Gloves for 2019. I've Reviewed them and this list is always up to date with the newest and best heated gloves.
As new gloves hit the market I buy them and test them right away to be sure that I'm current and not leaving out any gloves that deserve to be on this list.
If you're having a tough time deciding which gloves are right for you then you should take my Glove Selection Quiz. It's an 8 question quiz that will help you choose the right heated gloves for your needs.
Here at The Warmest Gloves we pride ourselves on being the authority in the heated gloves industry.
This entire website is dedicated to Heated Gloves.
It is our main focus and then once a year we publish a "Best Heated Gloves" article where we list and rank the top pairs available.
This is our "Best Heated Gloves" article for 2018. I'll get right to the list and then you can read more about each pair of gloves below.
Best Heated Electric Gloves
So that's the list and let me be clear, these gloves are all very high end so you won't have to worry about any issues with quality or warranty.
I've seen a lot of the other "Best Of" lists out there and I'll be honest..........other websites seem to just put any random pair of heated gloves on their list without doing the proper research.
If you want cheap heated gloves; that's fine and you can find plenty of those on Amazon but you won't see any of those here on this list.
This list is the true best of the best.....no exceptions.
Since I chose the best available gloves for this list I had a really hard time ranking these in order from 1 - 10 because they're all great gloves.
Just keep in mind that the #10 gloves are damn near as good as the #1 gloves because each and every pair on this list is fantastic.
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I've written a full review on these Hestra Heater gloves so you can get all the details there if you're a detail oriented shopper.
Basically they're just so comfortable and well made that I liked wearing them more than any other heated gloves.
I will admit that they aren't perfect. In fact they don't have all the "Bells and whistles" that some of the other gloves have but those things aren't as important when you're talking about such a well made, great fitting, high quality garment like this.
All you have to do is read up about the family that owns and operates Hestra.
They're the most experience glove makers in Europe and that really does show through in the quality.
So many glove manufacturers just outsource the work to China and when you're paying high prices for heated gloves you really want to know it's made with not only care but also with passion.
That's exactly what you get with these Hestra heated gloves or with any Hestra gloves.
First of all they just work well. The battery lasts long, the materials are durable and they keep your hands warm, dry and comfortable.
That right there should be enough but it goes beyond that.
These gloves are designed by real glove enthusiasts. People who were born into the glove business and who are extremely proud to be making the best gloves in the world.
When you speak to someone who is totally passionate about gloves they focus a lot of the shape and movement of the human hand.
Hestra makes their gloves with the shape and movement of the human hand at the forefront of their design.
I know this might sound obvious for a glove manufacturer but you'd be surprised how far down on the priorities list that is for most companies.
Anyways, if you want all the details and specs on these gloves, read my full review here.
What I really love about Volt gloves is that they are one of the few gloves that heat both the front and the back of the hand. As well as all around the fingers and thumb.
This isn't very common for heated gloves and although most people find that it's not necessary to heat all around the hand, some people consider it a requirement.
If you're one of those people, you'll want to go for a pair of Volt gloves.
These Maxima gloves first caught my attention because of the nice look but once I tried them out I was really sold on them.
They're super durable and weather resistant. The fit is snug but not stiff at all.
They have all the bells and whistles but nothing gimmicky.
All in all, these are a super warm heated glove that is very high quality and excellent value.
The Outdoor Research Lucent gloves are the only pair of gloves that made it on my top heated gloves list both last year and this year.
That says a lot about these gloves. Basically that means that even with all the new heated gloves that have come out over the course of the year, these ones still rate higher than most.
You can read my full detailed review of these gloves here.
As with most of the gear OR makes, these gloves were ahead of their time. They truly are a leader in the heated gloves industry.
These gloves just have everything you need in a pair of heated gloves and they just do everything well.
On top of all of that, they have a lifetime guarantee. You can't argue with that.
Zanier heated gloves are fantastic. I've reviewed all of them so if you want all the details then you can get that right here.
They have three awesome pairs of gloves. The Heat.GTX the Aviator.GTX and the Hot.GTX.
All of these gloves are awesome and in terms of quality and heat, they're exactly the same so it's just the minor details that differentiate them.
The Aviators have gained some serious popularity lately because Anderson Cooper wore them while he hosted the New Years eve event in New York this year.
You can be sure that the quality is as good as it gets with these gloves.
Zanier is an Austrian company and if you know anything about Austrian engineering then you know that these will be top notch gloves.
Therm-ic is a French company that focuses on being extremely high end and I have to say they do a really good job of that.
These gloves pretty much check all the boxes. They're dexterous, comfy, warm, waterproof, windproof, breathable and reliable.
The heat kicks in really fast with these ones and once it's on there's just no possible way your hands will get cold.
For those of you who can't get enough warmth, these also come in a mitt version.
Here's another Austrian company making high end heated gloves. You've probably noticed the theme of European countries producing a lot of great heated gloves.
Sure there are a few American manufacturers on this list but it's hard to deny the overwhelming majority of European manufacturers here.
This doesn't surprise me too much.
Lenz is no stranger to the heated clothing industry. I've reviewed quite of few of their products over the years like their heated socks which I ranked #1 on my top heated socks list.
I've even written a full, detailed review of these gloves that you can find right here.
These are great gloves that are well worth the price.
It's pretty impressive that Outdoor Research has two pairs of gloves on this top 10 list. If you know anything about me you'll know that I really love OR.
I love them because everything they make is of the highest quality and these gloves are no exception.
These gloves have a few key differences that landed them further down the list than the Lucents.
These gloves are made with a lot more protection on the knuckles and the back of the hand.
So if you're using these for something like snowmobiling or you're constantly skiing through the trees and you just want that extra protection these would be a good option.
The downside to that is that this extra protection makes them a little more bulky and stiff than the Lucent which is why these aren't ranked higher.
Volt is another company that I've been rather obsessed with over the years. They strictly make heated gear so you know they're dialed into the industry.
They have a lot of great heated gloves in their lineup so you're probably wondering what made me put these ones on the list.
Firstly I like that these ones have a lot of leather. It makes them extremely flexible, comfortable, weather resistant and durable.
In addition to that these are just a really clean looking, low profile glove so I like the look of them.
As with all Volt gloves, these heat both the front and back of the hand as well as all fingers and thumbs.
The price is very reasonable too.
Seirus Gloves are all very good but these Hellfire gloves are their top model. The crazy thing about this list is that these could all be in the number 1 spot.
These Hellfire gloves are pretty much equally as good as the #1 gloves on this list so ranking these was very challenging.
If you want all the details about these gloves please have a look at my complete review here.
This is Volts second pair of gloves on this list but the amazing thing about these gloves is that they were on my top heated gloves list last year too.
These gloves are quite a bit cheaper than most of the other gloves on this list which makes them great value.
They do everything well and they have all the bells and whistles except leather which is probably one of the reasons they can keep the price point low.
Even after all this time these gloves can still compete with the best.
So there you have it. This is the ultimate list of the best heated electric gloves on the market today in 2019.
I hope you find a pair of gloves on this list that you love enough to buy.
I know that if you end up buying any of these gloves that you'll be happy with them and you'll be a heated electric gloves convert for the rest of your life.
They are amazing. Thanks for stopping by. Have a great day.