I have used FXR's They last a wail if they are not on the highest setting. I can honestly say I wouldn't spend the ching againAnyone use electric gloves and how do they work? Which brands are good and how long does a charge last?
For the driver or passenger? I looked into this a while back, asked the same question on another forum. Based on the experience of others, I’d go with wired gloves if I was going to do it. No issues with failing batteries, but they can only be used on the sled or whatever you wire them to.Anyone use electric gloves and how do they work? Which brands are good and how long does a charge last?
I agree with the gauntlets. When it's zero, leather gloves, handle bar heaters and gauntlets keep my hands warm. I can live with the minor inconvenience of the gauntlet, but not the numb hands.Go low tech. Get a good set of handlebar gauntlets. You won’t be the coolest looking guy on the trail, but your hands will be warm.
Ditto for me.I have a pair of FXR Recon heated gloves. I’ve used them for two seasons now and love them on the really cold days. I also purchased a spare set of batteries to carry in my inside pocket of my jacket and between the two sets last a full days riding. I don’t regret spending the extra money on these gloves.