Flambeau Heated Gear Gloves

Most Versatile Heated Gloves

Why people love it
  • A durable pair of outdoor and athletic heated gloves
  • Comfortable, warm, and soft to the touch
  • Surprisingly versatile; great for shoveling snow, skiing, and working outdoors
Cons

Shorter-than-average battery life and only includes two heat settings.

Details

Design: These gloves are designed to be waterproof, with 100% Oxford nylon used for the exterior shell. The interior lining is fully waterproof yet doesn't sacrifice breathability or comfort. With 100 grams of insulation, they're a bit lighter than some of the other gloves on our list, but that makes them perfect for a broad range of activities.

The gloves can be used for winter sports (skiing and snowboarding), playing in the snow with your kids, shoveling your driveway, or even doing outdoor work. They're not the warmest (thanks to their light insulation), but they're thinner and more versatile than the thicker gloves.

Heating: The heating element of these gloves is absolutely unique—potentially more effective than other gloves. Instead of using carbon fiber heating threads along the backs of the hands and fingers, these gloves have them running along the palms and undersides of the fingers. This keeps the front of your hands warm while the heater is running.

Battery life on these gloves isn't impressive—you get 4 hours on the low setting and 3 hours on the high setting. There are also only two settings to choose from. However, the manufacturer offers a 7-volt battery pack (sold separately) that you can buy to extend the gloves' heating time and efficiency.

Price: Starting at $71, these are slightly on the pricier side, but so worth it if you tend to have cold palms in the winter. Their unique design and light weight makes them perfect for doing work that requires dexterity.

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