- Good, reliable gloves at a very low price
- Comfortable, durable, and lightweight
- Good option to consider if you can't afford the higher-priced gloves
Smaller batteries mean less heat and shorter battery life.
Design: These gloves are designed simply: a durable nylon outer shell, lightweight insulation, and elastic cords to pull the cuffs tight at the wrist. The gloves are fully waterproof and windproof, and they're surprisingly warm even when the heater is switched off. The polyurethane palm will enhance your versatility and grip without sacrificing body heat.
Heating: When it comes to the heating, these gloves fall a bit short. The heating elements are only located on the backs of your hands, which means your palms may end up getting cold. The built-in 3.7 volt battery also doesn't deliver the same high temperatures and long lifespan of 7.4 volt batteries commonly used for heated gloves. However, you can still get up to 2.5 hours of heat from the highest setting, or up to 5 hours from the lowest setting. Considering the price tag, it's a decent option!
Price: At $60 per pair, these are definitely the best-priced gloves on our list. They're certainly not the best in terms of heating performance, but they're durable, lightweight, and comfortable—well worth the price.
- Rated #7 in 7 Best Heated Gloves