Heated Ski/Motorcycle Gloves Glovii GS7
Heated winter gloves, rechargeable long life battery, comfortable material, suitable for sports, motorcycle and everyday use.
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Heated Ski/Motorcycle Gloves Glovii GS7
The Heated Ski/Motorcycle Gloves Glovii GS7 will keep you warm even during the coldest days. There are carbon fibers on the entire surface on the gloves, which provide the heating. These fibers not only provide even heat distribution, but also emit infrared rays which help improve blood circulation. They are extremely reliable and have a long service life. The 3 heating modes allow you to adjust to the current weather conditions. The rechargeable lithium battery can last as long as 6 hours. The Heated Ski/Motorcycle Gloves Glovii GS7 are made of high quality materials – the palm is made of real leather and there is a protector on the knuckle area, making the gloves suitable for both skiers and bikers. You can use the Velcro strap on the wrist and the tightening cord on the forearm to adjust the size of the gloves. The Heated Ski/Motorcycle Gloves Glovii GS7 are suitable for both sports and everyday use.
- Heated winter gloves
- Even heat distribution
- 3 heating modes
- Battery stored in zippered pocket
- Easy control
- Battery status indicator
- Velcro strap on wrist and tightening cord on forearm
- Heater: carbon fiber, 8W
- Battery: 2,100mAh (15.54Wh) Li-Pol
- Modes: 33% (low), 66% (medium), 100% (high)
- Battery life: 6h (low), 3h (medium), 2h (high)
- Material: leather, Spandex, polyester
- Weight: 330g (without battery), 510g (with battery)
- Battery and charger included
Note: Do not wash heated clothes in a washing machine. It is recommended to only clean the surface with a damp cloth and a small amount of cleaning product. In case more thorough cleaning is necessary, please secure and insulate the power cord. Never wash the product while the battery is connected.
Heated Ski/Motorcycle Gloves Glovii GS7 - Product parameters
There can be two glove lengths. Gloves ending at the wrist are suitable mainly for motocross and enduro riding. Touring gloves, on the other hand, reach forearms. The rider's preferences should also be taken into an account.
Motorcycle glove materials can differ in some ways. However, most of the time they are made of either genuine or synthetic leather. Their qualities are pretty much similar and the biggest differences are in price and service life. Synthetic leather is less surable than genuine leather, but is is also much cheaper. Materials such as polyamide, polyurethane, kevlar and carbon usually make up protectors because they are hard and durable.
This special type of gloves includes a heating unit that is charged by a lithium battery, keeping your hands warm.
Gloves with knuckle protectors provide protection in case of any falls. Knuckle protectors can be placed either on the surface of the glove or integrated inside it. Most often, they are made of durable polyurethane, a highly resistant hardened plastic. Other materials used include kevlar or carbon fibres, a very hard fabric that was especially developed for these types of protectors.
Gloves with anti-slip palm surface guarantee a perfect grip on the handlebars and control levers. There will be no danger of your hands slipping off the grips.
Gloves with thermal insulation are suitable mainly for cold or winter weather. Insulation is provided via added insulation material that accummulates warmth and prevents its loss.
Reflective features exponentially increase the user's visibility. They are suitable especially for winter months that come with mists and early sunset. However, they shouldn't be forgotten even during summer.
Reflective features on clothing items usually take the form of a reflective lettering or stripes that don't clash with regular wear.
A wrist strap will keep your gloves perfectly in place, eliminating any danger of them slipping out of place.
Thanks to special material on the fingertips, you can use your touch screen devices even in gloves.