The First Gear Heated Glove Liners are a thin, snug fit liner that will allow you to easily put your favorite pair of gloves on over the liners. Keep in mind these are not gloves, they are liners, and if your hand barely fits in your glove now, you might want to look at another option. However, if are going for a certain style and have a favorite pair of work gloves with a little wiggle room, look no further, this is the motorcycle glove liner for you. With the tight fit of the liner the heat to transfers to you hand easier. The glove liners work good alone (with your gloves) or plug them into your heated motorcycle jacket liner. Heat-Troller sold separately.
Item Code: FirstGearHeatedGloveLiner Brand: FirstGear Color: Black Gender: Men's
New addition to Warm & Safe, these liners fit under most non-heated winter riding or work gloves
Made of 95% poly, 5% spandex, the fabric is soft to the touch and the spandex provides a custom fit
Warm, light and thin, the Warm & Safe glove liner plugs into heated jacket liner or can be used as a separate Item. If worn independently, it will require DC Coax Y-- Harness Plug (51-2837) sold separately
11 watts of heat in each glove gives a nice warmth
2-year limited warranty
*If worn independently, will require DC Coax Y-Harness Plug (51-2837) sold separately
This FirstGear Heated Glove Liner requires a heat troller (sold separately) to use this item without the jacket liner. Gloves will attach to the jacket liner with no additional troller required as long as you do not wish to set the jacket liner and gloves at different temperatures. FirstGear DC Coax Plug Y-Harness is required for connecting heated gloves to a Heat-Troller™ without a heated jacket liner. Trollers can be mounted or not to the bike depending on troller purchased. A remote for heat control is also available in heat troller packs. BMW riders will most likely have to purchase a converter for power. The power for these items comes directly from the bike which you must install. If preferred, you can purchase a portable battery pack with optional a/c adapter (case optional as well). Splitters may be purchased to connect an additional rider to the power source from the bike.
Please measure the circumference of your hand starting at the top side of the base of your thumb (see image chart) using a cloth tape measure and choose your size from the chart below.Please note all measurements are in inches.
Will the first Gear heated glove liners plug into the Tourmaster heated coat liner?
A shopper on Oct 2, 2014
Best Answer:I do not have a Tourmaster heated coat liner,(I have the venture 90-Watt heated Jacket liner...which I highly recommend, BTW) but the plugs for the glove liners seem to be relatively standard to other gloves/liners I have used, so I would assume that they should be compatible with just about any other heated gear ensamble
Yes at the end of the sleeve there is a zipper pocket that has a connector to plug your gloves into the sleeves or the controller if you choose to reg heat separate...it nice because if you are not using glove liners just push connector into hideaway pocket and zip it close!!
I have these heated liners and will be installing. My questions is- Can I just use the liners with only the wiring harness with inline fuse that came with the liners?. Or do I need to have the added expense of a controller??? Thx..
Best Answer:I am not sure whether they can be used without a controller, but I believe that if they are wired directly, they would likely put out the maximum heat. In using these with a controller, I have only put them on maximum once, and only for a short time, as they were too hot( I was riding in weather in the mid to high 30's). I would strongly suggest a controller to adjust the heat wanted/needed, and to avoid the need to constantly plug and unplug to get the desired level of heat.
Heated glove liners are a great option in a couple different
scenarios. The first is where the rider already has a favorite pair of gloves or
perhaps requires an unusual fitment. All he or she wants to do is make the
gloves they already have warmer. Another scenario we are seeing more often
lately is due to the resurgence of the vintage motorcycle market. Patinated old
leathers and denim are back in full force and a modern pair of riding gloves may
just clash with the rider's style. The solution? Stuff a pair of these heated
glove liners into your favorite pair of insulated work gloves and you get both
style and functionality.
Connecting your First Gear Heated Glove liners is easy, but there are numerous
different types of controller options available. To see all of the different
Heat-Troller options, check out our video showing many of the ways to set up and
control your new
Firstgear heated gear.
Now that you have selected the type of
Heat-Troller that best suits your needs, you can go ahead and connect your
glove liners. If you are using a pair of glove liners in conjunction with the
heated jacket, simply plug the female liner lead into the male lead coming out
of the sleeve of the jacket. If you are using a pair of glove liners by
themselves, you will need to purchase a DC Coax Plug Y-Harness, and the Heat-Troller
of your choice, which will come with the DC Coax Battery Harness. Hold the split
ends of the y-harness in your hands when you put your jacket on and you'll be
wired up. Plug the gloves into the y-harness and then the y-harness into the
Firstgear Heat-Troller. Once you have started your motorcycle, you can turn on
the Heat-Troller and adjust the setting to your liking.