If you are looking for a great winter glove, then you are going to want to check out these Epic 2.0 Battery Heated Gloves. Just as the name implies, these heated gloves provide epic performance by keeping your hands warm and comfortable.
Powered by a pair of lightweight lithium ion batteries, these heated gloves will provide active heat for up to 5 straight hours. For even greater comfort, these gloves feature a built-in temperature controller so that you adjust the heat levels with just the touch of a button.
As an added bonus, the fingertips include touchscreen capabilities so that you can use your phone or tablet without even having to take the glove off.
Touch Screen Compatible
Weatherproof Shell and Waterproof Lining
3 Heat Settings
Size Chart for the VH Epic 2.0 Battery Heated Gloves
Please measure the circumference of your hand using a cloth tape measure and choose your size from the chart below. Please note all measurements are in inches.
Comment: These gloves work awesome! I am so glad I made the $200 investment. I rode in 30 degrees for 50 minutes and my hands never got cold. I did buy one size lager than what the fit chart suggested. I did this from experience. I can't tell you about the durability of the gloves since i've only had them for a week but I'm sure if you treat them with care they will last a long time. I would recommend these to anyone who rides in cold weather.
John S Polkow
VH Epic 2.0 Battery Heated gloves Review
Comment: These are a awesome pair of gloves.They may be expensive but your hands are worth it when riding in the cold.They actually get hot around your fingers and hands.Dont leave home with out them!
These Epic 2.0 gloves are the upgraded successor to the original Epic. These
have a weather resistant shell and a waterproof lining. They feature a
reinforced leather palm and thumb and a strip of reflective piping across the
top of the hand. They have a pull cord cinch on the gauntlet with a Velcro strap
for adjustability. They also have touch screen manipulating inserts in the
fingertips, which is almost necessary for today's touring rider. Again, keep in
mind, these are battery operated. So, if you are going to use these for long
distances or touring, make sure to have an extra set of
batteries so you can stay warm for the whole day.
Many of the battery operated gloves and liners out there have a cumbersome
battery placement and controller functionality. These Epic 2.0 gloves use a
split lithium ion battery design which I really like. This design allows the
battery to be lower in profile, and also offers greater flexibility and weight
distribution. The controls are simple. There is a button on the top of the hand
of each glove. Each glove is independently controlled so you can set the gloves
to different temperatures. This is especially handy for someone with poor
circulation or has had frostbite. Each glove has three settings and the button
itself lights up to show your selection. On the low setting, the green light
will illuminate and the glove will provide heat at that setting for
approximately four hours. The medium setting will show yellow and last for three
and a half hours, and the high is red and lasts for two hours. The ac charger
has dual leads, which allows you to conveniently charge both batteries at once.