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post #1 of 3 Old Dec 1st, 2006, 6:35 pm Thread Starter
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Warm & Safe Rider Gloves

I have a W&S heated jacket with dual heattroller unit and have been quite satisfied with it. I have been looking for cold weather gloves and thought about looking at the W&S heated gloves. Looking at their web site, it appears that the gloves are sort of a "work in progress". They haven't been satisfied with the quality of their gloves and are offering an alternative product. Has anyone used the gloves they are advertising? Maybe I could use another brand of heated gloves and connect to the wiring in the sleeves of the jacket?

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If they use coax cable you will be able to plug in Gerbing gloves (and Gerbing socks if you have W&S pants)

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If you know your bike

If you KNOW YOUR BIKE, yeah i said it again.
You can use a set of Hippo Hands (Vetter trade name) get them at JC Whitney, Cabelas etc.
With the heated grips they are like 2 little ovens for your hands. I Have carried heavy gloves but never needed anything more than a mid-weight.
Again KNOW YOUR BIKE, practice in a parking lot.
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