Venture Heat Grand Touring Heated Gloves
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Venture Heat Grand Touring Heated Gloves.
The Venture Heat VH 12V Heated Grand Touring Motorcycle Gloves provide that much needed protection from the elements when you are out on you motorcycle for adventure. Whether you are riding around town or going on that cruise through the countryside, you will be protected and be able to easily adjust the heat settings at the touch of a button. These heated touring gloves also go great with the VH motorcycle jacket liners and motorcycle pants liner.
Venture Heat Grand Touring Heated Glove Features
VentureHeat?s 12V Heated Grand Touring Motorcycle Gloves are all-around great motorcycle gloves. Constructed with premium leather and a waterproof membrane, they are sure to keep your hands protected while you are out on your ride.
Turn on the heat with the touch of the button and enjoy comforting warmth throughout your hands to combat cold temperatures and harsh winds. As an added bonus, these heated motorcycle gloves also have touchscreen fingertips so that you can pull over and use your cell phone without even taking your gloves off. Make your next ride more comfortable with a pair of 12V Heated Grand Touring Gloves from VentureHeat.
- Premium Leather
- Digital Temp Controller
- Waterproof Membrane
- Touch Screen Compatible
Venture Heat Grand Touring Heated Glove
First make sure your hand is open and your fingers are spread out. Then measure around your hand with a tape measure across your palm and just behind your knuckle, not including your thumb. You should use your dominant hand, the right if you are right-handed, and the left if you are left handed.
Circumference of Hand
Venture Heat Grand Touring Heated Gloves Review
Posted onFirst, the good stuff:
1. Yes, they are much better than my non-headed gloves.
2. They are better than my handle-bar covers.
3. The controller on the glove itself is great.
4. I like the reflective striping on them.
However, why I'm only giving these gloves two stars is for the following:
1. I usually wear a 2X in gloves and these are a bit tight - not overly snug, just a bit tight to get started.
2. I knew they didn't have a gauntlet on them but that would be great - they're rather difficult to get over the cuff of my jacket. This, combined with the fact that the "hand" part runs small and the fingers are about a half inch plus too long makes them very difficult to get on.
3. I was expecting something that would be, well, hot. I rode to work and home today in 40 degree weather and wind - the gloves were warm at best with cold fingertips.
4. The fingertips - again, the fingers are too long so being able to work switches, etc. becomes a safety issue. It seems like the main hand area (palm) was made too tight and the fingers were made quite loose and long. Being too long does not allow what heat is produced by the gloves to keep the finger tips warm. Mine were becoming very cold and almost sore after my 30 minute commute home from work today.
Am I going to keep them - YES! Am I going to use them - you bet.
Pleased Overall - No More Frozen Hands
Posted onI will say that I'm pleased overall with these gloves. They do warm up fast. So far, the coldest I've ridden with them was in 40 degree weather which, on the highway, kicks the windchill down almost to the single digits. Even with my old handlebar covers I had on the previous bike, my hands never stayed as warm as they do with these. The only downsides are that the fingers are a bit too long so my fingertips do tend to get a bit chilly sometimes and they need a gantlet to make putting them on easier. They're winter gloves and trying to get them positioned over a leather jacket with a liner is a bit tough. At this point, I'd say they're worth the money. Oh yes, they also include a lot, and I mean a lot, of cable. I also like and it's the main reason I choose these gloves, is that I can regulate the temperature from the glove itself, I don't need a separate temp device, just turn them on and go.
Posted onThey're some great gloves.
VH 12V Heated Grand Touring Gloves Review
Posted onI ordered the gloves and liner together. I received them very quickly. I have not had the opportunity to use either. Looking forward to lengthening the riding season.
updated review ! VH 12V Heated Grand Touring Gloves
Posted on2th. glove had same issue as first glove. This time I sent both gloves back two weeks later spoke to Venture Heat tech. ''They said, that the gloves are rated for an alternator that puts out 13.5 amps. or less . they came back with too short voltage regulator that go between the glove and the heated jacket linger plug. said it would take care of the issue I had. If it don't I will have a 3rd. review.
Venture Heat 12V Grand T Gloves Review
Posted onReceived in good time. Wired bike, plugged up and turned on gloves. Right glove worked great in all three setting fast but,, on the other hand,, left glove would not come on. Called venture they gave me a RMA#. Mailed on a Monday received a new left hand glove that Saturday.