Joe Rocket Rocket Burner Heated Gloves.

The Rocket Burner Heated Gloves from Joe Rocket are your answer to cold days when you want to go ride. These heated motorcycle gloves offer a 3 stage heat setting so you can get the perfect fee when out riding. Also the lithium-ion battery gives you up to 4 hours of heating before needing to recharge.

Joe Rocket Rocket Burner Glove Features

  • Stainless core heating system
  • 3 Stage heat setting with up to 4 hours of capacity
  • Conductive materials at the finger tips for instant touchscreen access
  • Waterproof, breathable, windproof HiPora® liner
  • Heavy Duty Nylon outer construction
  • Synthetic Suede palm
  • Silicone print on the palm for superior grip and control
  • Full-Flex™ wrist increases mobility and helps to reduce fatigue
  • Adjustable cuff closure
  • Reflective logos
  • Includes 2 rechargeable lithium-ion batteries
  • Includes 1 multiple port charging system allows both batteries to be charged simultaneously

Joe Rocket Rocket Burner Glove Sizing

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.

Size Chart
Glove SizeHand Measurement
S6.5" - 7.5"
M7.5" - 8.5"
L8.5" - 9.5"
XL9.5" - 10.5"
2XL10.5" - 11"
3XL11" - 12"

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Joe Rocket Burner Heated Gloves Review

by - verified purchaser
I ordered these gloves near the end of winter last year. I waited on writing a review to see how the gloves would hold up. First off the price of these gloves are a fair price in my opinion because they come with the batteries. I did a lot of research before ordering these and found that almost all battery operated gloves required a separate purchase of batteries. The Joe Rocket Burner Heated Gloves came with batteries. A huge plus. Are they a little bulky? Yes a little but not terrible. These gloves have 3 heat settings and can be operated by the touch of a button on the top of each glove. When you first plug the battery in, the default is the 3rd setting which is the hottest setting. My suggestion is to plug the batteries in and let them heat up on high for a minute or so and then turn them down to the lowest setting. The inside of these gloves feel great especially on those cold days when you slide your hands into those warm gloves. The gloves heat each finger, and the tops of your hand. As for the quality i'm still a little concerned. The gloves have tiny strips of rubber on the fingers and a couple have already came off. However, I don't think it will affect the operation of the gloves one bit. I am happy with them so far. Where I live in North Carolina it doesn't get all that cold (In my opinion) and I don't ride everyday. To give you an example... The times I have used the gloves the temps were in the low to mid 40's. I usually kept the heat settings on low and would turn them off and on when needed to save battery power. My hands stayed pretty warm. They can get hot so I haven't had to use more than the 2nd heat setting and my hands get cold easily but every person is different. If you ride everyday all winter long these may not hold out for you quality wise. If you are like myself and ride most weekends even in the winter then I would recommend them. They claim to be wind and waterproof but I haven't used them in the rain. Hope this will help someone.

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