Venture Heated Glove Liners
I’ve tried a few different Venture heated glove liners and although they weren’t all fantastic, most of them were very good garments. Especially the newer ones.
VentureHeat or just Venture is a well known company for those of us who follow the heated clothing industry.
They design and manufacture all different types of heated clothing and they’re basically broken down into 2 categories……
Portable Battery Heated Gear
12V Connected Gear
The 12v connected gear only works when plugged into a 12v battery which is what motorcycles, quads and ATV’s have but the portable battery heated gloves use rechargeable lithium ion batteries so they work anywhere.
A few examples of Venture’s portable battery heated gear are vests, pants, jackets and of course gloves/glove liners.
Today I’m going to be covering the glove liners because I’ve already reviewed quite a few of their regular heated gloves and I figure it’s time I shed some light on their awesome lineup of liners.
I’m not going to write complete reviews for each of these liners but instead I’ll just cover the distinctive features and if you want all the little details about them I’ll give you a link below each of them where you can get more info.
Venture Heat City
I thought I’d start off with the Heat City liners because they’re actually my favorite in the lineup.
I like them because they are very low profile. They’re made with a thin, stretchy spandex material which is really nice to the touch and makes them easy to wear for long periods of time.
They come with two 7v lithium ion batteries that should last you anywhere from 3-7 hours depending on what level of heat you’re using.
They have three heat settings that you can control simply by pressing the button on the top of the wrist.
I think the reason I like these ones the best is because they’re so low profile. The whole point of glove liners is so that you can wear them underneath your other gloves if you have to so it’s important that they’re small.
The heat is dispersed evenly around each of the fingers, the thumb and both the front and back of the hand.
The wrist strap has a good size piece of velcro that keeps them tight around your wrist so they won’t fall off easily.
You can’t really go wrong with these glove liners.
If you want all the details including where to buy these and how much they cost just click right here.
Venture Heat Avert
These gloves are very similar to the Heat City gloves with a few additions which is the reason they’re more expensive.
The main differences with the Avert is that they are touchscreen compatible and they have a 7.4 volt battery instead of a 7 volt.
The touchscreen feature might be a deal breaker for some people but it’s not that big of a deal for me. Personally I’d probably rather save $20 and get a pair of gloves without that feature but that’s just me.
I know there are a lot of people out there who would happily pay the extra $20 to get the touchscreen capability.
The other difference is the slightly larger battery. It’s not much bigger but there is a difference and you will notice it if you hold them side by side.
So the effects of that are of course weight, comfort and heat time.
The bigger battery will be slightly less comfortable because it will be a bit bulkier but you might get an extra half hour or hour of heat.
Again this is a real personal thing but I would opt for the smaller battery I think, especially since the Heat City gloves are slightly cheaper but in the end it’s up to you.
For all the details including price and where to buy them click right here.
Venture Fleece Liners
These ones are quipped with the 7 volt battery much like the Heat City ones and these ones aren’t compatible with touchscreen devices.
Aside from that the big difference with these ones is that they’re made of fleece and the first two pairs are made of a polyester spandex material.
The fleece is actually really comfortable to wear. I’d say that when you’re wearing these underneath a pair of gloves they are the most comfortable just because they’re soft to the touch.
The downside to the fleece is that when you aren’t wearing a pair of gloves over top of them they don’t provide any wind or water protection.
Sure the other two pairs aren’t perfect in wet or windy conditions but they do provide some relief where these ones don’t at all.
The wind just flies right through them.
It’s not a total deal breaker for most people it just depends on what you’re buying them for.
If you’ll always be wearing them underneath other gloves they’ll be all you need but you will be getting a less versatile pair of gloves.
For all the details on these gloves including price and where to buy them click right here.
Even though I said my personal preference would be the Heat City gloves I actually like all of these and it really comes down to your own personal priorities.
I’ve owned a lot of different heated gloves over the years and I actually think that liners make a lot of sense.
I feel like they make sense because they can be so versatile and the versatility only increases when they’re heated.
A pair of insulated gloves are really only good for very cold days but a pair of liner can be worn on days that are just a little chilly on their own or freezing cold days underneath other gloves.
I also love wearing liners on their own on cold days because it allows you to get away with wearing a really thin pair of gloves when you’d normally need a thick bulky pair.
Nonetheless I have to say that Venture is a good brand and you can feel confident buying any of their products.
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