Get yourself the Symtec Grip Heater Kit
and install them under
No bulky gloves
No fumbling to connect glovewires together
No wires to run down your jacket sleeves
Can be used any time needed as they are always on the bike
Along with my Tourmaster heated jacket liner, I use the grip heater kitwith a pair of unlined, heavy leather gauntlets and am good to go for hours in sub freezing temps. Team them up with a set of Baker Built Hand Wings
, to reduce the cold air over the back of your hands for increased efficiency at higher speeds.
Having both the grip heaters and hand wings isone of the mostextremely versatile set ups on the bike. Block cold wind in the winter, bring in cooling air in the summer. The grip heaters are always on the bike, so you can use them to take out that early morning chill on the ride to work, or over high mountain passes without having to stop and dig out all that heated gear 'stuff' and struggle to get everything connected. (heat controller, wiring harnesses, heated gloves etc)
I have a pair of heated gloves
, but as withall heated gloves, find them to be a real PITA to make all the connections, especially when one hand is gloved, so I very rarely ever wear them.
The grip heaters on the other hand are very easy to use, .... anytime
....and when used in combination with the other two items, provide me with enough warmth to ride in sub freezing temps for many hours, comfortably.
I couldn't even tell you where my heated gloves are right now.