Join Date: Jun 2012
Location: Gateway to Death Valley
I've got Aerostich Elkskin gauntlet gloves for warm weather and Warm and Safe heated gloves for cold.
Heated grips too!
I went through many pairs of warm weather gloves the type with mixed leather and fabric construction. Typically a seam would rip or the fabric would wear through from contact with a lever.
The Aerostich gloves don't wear out. Usually I replace them every 2-3 years because the leather has gotten dried to the point that even conditioning them doesn't get them soft as new, still serviceable though. I get the tan ones and they are fine when it's hot.
I don't plug in the heated gloves until temps are into the mid 40s. They are warm enough without power to transition from the Aerostich.
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Last edited by Spec; 05-08-2019 at 09:59 PM.