A lot of heated gloves these days are considered to be unisex but that’s not always for the best. I actually like it when gloves are specified to be either men’s or women’s because then you know they’ll fit really well.
Finding womens heated gloves isn’t exactly difficult because there are a lot of options. The majority of heated motorcycle gloves on the market are considered unisex but a womens specific glove will simply fit better.
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I’ve reviewed other WarmGear heated gloves before but I think these are actually the first pair I’ve reviewed that are made for women specifically.
As I said before, most of the gloves I review are unisex which are fine for both men and women but this pair is designed specificaly for a womans hand.
These gloves are actually really nice. The exterior is made of Grade A, Top Grain cowhide which makes them comfortable, durable and flexible.
They have a kevlar reinforced palm which helps with grip as well as safety.
The heat is distributed throughout the entire length of each finger as well as the back of the hand.
The reason they put the heating elements on the back of the hand is so that you can’t feel any discomfort when you grip the throttle or grips. This is very common for heated motorcycle gloves.
Another great thing about WarmGear heated gloves is that they are totally compatible with Heat-Troller, Warm & Safe, Harley-Davidson, and Gerbing Heated Clothing, coax connectors and accessories.
Comfort + Warmth
These gloves will be just as comfortable, if not more comfortable than any heated motorcycle gloves out there.
Anytime a pair of gloves is made from mostly leather you can be confident that they’ll be not only comfortable when you first buy them but they’ll get more comfortable as you break them in.
They’ve used kevlar for reinforcements on the palm which is a very light weight material as to not sacrifice comfort.
The lining is a soft synthetic material that also feels great on the hands.
The come equipped with an adjustable wrist enclosure and an adjustable cuff so that you can snug them up to your hand and wrist however you like.
The cuff is big enough that it can go over most jacket sleeves but it’s also small enough that you can tuck it under no problem.
These gloves only have one heat setting and it’s very hot. You’ll feel the heat very quickly after turning them on and you’ll find that your hands will stay warm even on the coldest days.
The leather exterior keeps the wind out completely and they’re filled with Thinsulate insulation which holds the heat in really well.
You can even use these gloves without the heat and they’ll still be pretty warm.
Since they only have one setting you’ll have to switch between on and off in order to regulate the temperature but this is pretty easy to do even while riding.
I’m giving these gloves a 19/20 for comfort and a 19/20 warmth.
These are equipped with a membrane that is waterproof, breathable and windproof so you could wear these in heavy rain if need be.
The leather exterior will repel most of the water on it’s own but in serious rain it might start to sneak through.
Fortunately the membrane is 100% waterproof so your hands will stay dry no matter what.
One thing that could happen after some time in heavy rain is that the leather could start to absorb a little bit of water.
This makes them a little heavy and soggy feeling which affects the comfort somewhat but at least your hands will be dry.
In this category I’m giving them a 18/20.
As with any WarmGear gloves these ones are good quality.
They use high end materials like kevlar and Grade A leather which will stand up to heavy wear and tear for a long time.
The velcro strap feels strong and durable as does the drawstring.
The stitching looks very tight and strong and it gives me plenty of confidence that these gloves will last a long time.
I know WarmGear stands behind their products and they are good about returns just in case you have a problem but I really doubt you will have any issues with these.
I’m giving them a 18/20 in this category.
These gloves were absolutely made with safety in mind. The premium leather they’ve used is one of the best materials for reducing road rash.
In addition to the leather they’ve added kevlar on the palm and the back of the hand which will help a great deal in the event of a crash.
A lot of extreme gloves are using carbon fiber nowadays for safety in the high impact zones like the palm and knuckles. These gloves decided to go with kevlar instead which makes them a lot more comfortable.
The carbon fiber does perform better in crash testing but the kevlar/leather combination performs very well too and I think most people would agree that these are very safe gloves.
The adjustable velcro strap will allow you to tighten these to the point that they wouldn’t fall off in the event of a crash which is very important.
I’m giving these a 18/20 in this category.
These gloves fit true to size but if you aren’t sure what size you need you should have a look at our Sizing Guide just to be safe.
If you truly are between sizes it’s always a good idea to get the bigger size rather than the small.
You really can’t go wrong with these gloves. I’d put them up against any heated motorcycle gloves and I think they would perform well.
If you really want an extreme glove that is more technical then you might not want to go for these gloves.
They are however a good overall glove for a fair price that will work in most riding conditions.
As a motorcycle rider you always have to be prepared for the unexpected. Even when there is nothing but blue sky in sight you will be surprised how fast a rain storm can pop up.
The fingers on these gloves aren’t touchscreen compatible and the thumb doesn’t have a shield squeegie material on it so if you want those things you’ll have to look elsewhere.
I have total confidence in these gloves and I think they will be a great glove for a long time if you choose to buy them.
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