The Gerbing EX Heated Motorcycle Gloves are Gerbing's most advanced riding gloves available. Build with patented Gerbing Microwire technology, these gloves look great and provide the most advanced heated available.
Gerbing & Gyde 12V Heated Gloves, Insoles and Socks include:
12V Battery Harness with Fuses (Item #: ACBH)
12V Y Harness (Item #: ACYH)
Designed to work seamlessly with our most advanced EX coreheat12 riding systems. The EX Gloves features ergonomic finger design for flexibility, easily adjustable wrist cinch straps with velcro closure and wear resistant palms with full bone impact padding specifically designed for the temperature of speed.
Gerbing's Heated Motorcycle Gloves
Max Heat: 135 F @ 27W
Power: 12V DC 2.2 Amp
Build: Advanced 12 volt motorcycle glove with reflective material and palm armor
Materials: Leather with tricot lining
Gerbing Core Heat 12 Power System: The Core Heat 12 thermovelocity system is powered by a simple connection to your vehicle's DC power system. Core Heat 12 technology connects to your motorcycle, snowmobile, ATV, boat or even airplane to keep you warm at the temperature of speed.
Gerbing Microwire Heating: The Microwire system is the most durable and efficient thermo-technology platform ever developed. Products incorporating Microwire technology utilizes patented micro-sized stainless steel fibers intertwined and encased in a proprietary waterproof coating. Gerbing Microwire technology will provide even heating for ultimate comfort.
Gerbing 12V Products Include: Includes battery harness and fuses, essentially everything you need to power your Gerbing Core Heat 12 product. We recommend a Gerbing Temperature Controller for maximum comfort.
How to measure your hand.
Step 1. Measure around the widest part of your hand (In-between your index finger and thumb) Step 3. Match your hand size (inches) up to the size chart Step 4. Buy with confidence!
Manufacturer's Warranty Information from Gerbing's Heated Clothing:
When you purchase a Gerbing's heated garment within the United States, the electrical components of the garment are warranted to be free from factory defects in materials and workmanship for the lifetime of the garment.
General One Year Warranty:
All [non-electrical] components of the garment are warranted to be free from factory defects in materials and workmanship for a period of one (1) year from the date of the initial purchase.
You find anything wrong with the sewing or materials of any clothing you buy from us within the first year that was due to our negligence or mistake, or if any problem develops during the first year due to our negligence or mistake, we will fix it for free. All you do is pay for the shipping and handling.
3-year Warranty on Temp Controllers and Accessories:
Gerbing's Temp Controllers and electrical components of Accessories are warranted from factory defect for three years from the date of the initial purchase. Any alteration of the product voids the warranty.
90-day warranty on rechargeable batteries and chargers:
Gerbing's rechargeable Lithium battery packs and chargers are warranted from factory defect for 90 days from the initial purchase. Any alteration of the product voids the warranty. Special care should be taken to prolong the life of your battery. It is important that you charge your battery regularly and that you maintain at least 25% of your battery power when not in use or left idle. Batteries must only be used with products with an amp rating less than the maximum power output rating for the battery. Gerbing's will repair or replace any battery or charger found under normal use to be defective during the warranty period. Our warranty does not cover damage caused by misuse, accident, abuse or improper care.
NOTE: Manufacturer's warranty applies to the original purchaser. You will need to register your product to guarantee a warranty.
Olympia, Washington. 1975. Winter.
A motorcyclist rides to work at an aeronautical machine shop. It\xCDs frigid, wet and blustery. The faster he goes, the colder he feels. Shop owner and engineer Gordon Gerbing is inspired. Gerbing Thermovelocity Protection\xBB is born.
For over 40 years Gerbing has been developing self-heating technology to overcome cold at speed. Whether you're jumping out of an airplane at 30,000 feet, ripping a first decent at sixty miles-per-hour or running wide open on your bike in the dead of winter, Gerbing Thermovelocity Protection\xBB delivers the highest performance and most distinctive designs in the outerwear market.
We are born from aeronautics. Fueled by a passion for motorsports. And engineered to withstand the fridged conditions of the pacific northwest.
Gerbing makes wearable technology specifically designed for the temperature of speed.
Just received my EX Pro gloves. Plugged then in and wow instant heat. Gloves seemed to be well made and fit comfortable. I have been using Gerbing gloves for the past 9 years with no issues. My friend has the G4 gloves in size Large. My new EX Pro are size Extra Large and with one of each on they both feel the same size. Definitely would recommend these Gloves especially if you can get them while they are on sale.
ProsFeel very soft inside
Seem to be insulated very good
Nice looking glove
Looks like the outer shell will be very durable
ConsNot really a con but the XL size seem to be same as Large in the G4 glove. Maybe it's just me.
By Don from NC
December 8, 2018
Well made, and toasty
I have bikes with heated grips, but there are days that either it's cold enough that the grip heat doesn't reach you, or you're on a bike that your hands are more exposed. Those are the situations I got theses gloves for. They are very nicely made, with solid stitching, but no seams that intrude on your fingers or palms. They have a good amount of insulation of their own so that the heat gets to and stays with your hands. There is some bulk, but no more than I would expect for a non-electric glove. Do you have the same dexterity as with summer or cool weather gloves? No, but to heat and be that thin would be a mighty big ask. It takes a little practice to get the power leads where you want them. Once connected, they do get warm. Well, VERY warm, very quickly. The advice from other EX glove owners and from TWS that you get a controller for the gloves is absolutely true. Operated at full bore these will roast your digits. With the power dialed-in, it's God's own warm breath. All in all I think they are an absolute value and a near must-have for cold weather motorcycle travel (or whatever your cold-weather exposure is).
ProsFast heat up.
November 26, 2018
So far so good! Just get a temp controller or your hands will burn.
By William Whitehead
Cross Junction, Virginia
November 14, 2018
This is a gift for my son & he loves it! Using them on a trip to Dead Horse summer of 2020.
October 3, 2018
Should Do The job
Gloves are warm even without power. Rode in the mid 40's without power and didn't feel anything one way or the other. Hands were just the right temperature. Have only connected them to power while sitting on the bike in the garage. Heat was pretty much instantaneous. After a few minutes at full power I was sweating overall. Decided I'd best pick up a heat controller. Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Dual works fine with the gloves. Seem like they'll be just fine when the temps get into the 30's and below.
Not much in the way of protection, but wasn't really expecting it. A layer of leather in the palm and on along the outside of the pinkie and hand, and a 1 x 1 1/2" TPU? pad on the outside base of the palm (black rectangle, not like the picture). Minor 1 1/4" square foam? pad at the base of the thumb. Another similar, narrower pad along the outside of the pinkie.
I wear an XL in REV'IT gloves which fit perfectly, so went with the XL per reviews that stated the EX Pros ran small as compared to US brands (more like Euro sizing). A little snug when first pulling them on, so I think the XL was a good choice there (have loosened up a little since), but the finger and thumb sizes vary quite a bit. Thumb is good, index finger is pretty good, ring finger is close (just a little too big), but the middle and pinkie are pretty far off. Middle about 3/4 of an inch, and the pinkie about a 1/2 inch too long. As the thumb fits well, I'm not too concerned about the fingers. Just pointing out the differences. Good flexibility, and no problem operating the controls.
Overall seem like a well-made glove. Look forward to giving them a thorough workout this Fall/Winter.