The Basics

There are a lot of garments to choose from, but they all must be powered, connecting to your bike’s battery either through a properly fused wiring harness or through a 12V adapter. We carry both the Euro (BMW) style plugs and cigarette lighter style plugs.

Motorcycle Heated Gloves

Don’t need your gear on full blast? You’ll need a temperature controller! Some brands have the temperature controller built into the garment, but most do not.

The following gloves run off your motorcycle, snowmobile, or ATV/UTV battery. Moto gear is a wonderful topic that we encourage you to check out right here.

  • Mobile Warming – The Glove Liners come in a 12V version! Like all Mobile Warming apparel, the temperature controller is built into the garment. No need for extra cables!
  • Gerbing G4 Gloves – Gerbing has been making 12V gear since 1975, and it shows. The G4 Leather Gloves are setting the standard for heated gloves in the industry. Also available in Women's sizes.
  • California Heat Gloves – California Heat’s lightweight & durable leather offering. Waterproof, windproof and breathable for maximum comfort and protection against the elements. Available in 8 sizes!
  • Gerbing Hero Gloves - Gerbing's short cuff heated glove works great under the cuff of your winter moto jacket or as a spring/fall glove. Featuring a knuckle protection system and pre-curved ergonomic fit for added extra safety and comfort.
  • California Heat Sportflexx Gloves – Falling somewhere between a liner and glove, the Sportflexx is a nice flexible glove for riding temperatures in high 30s and 40s.
  • Milwaukee Leather Gauntlet Gloves – This glove uses 12V power from the bike's battery or a small 7V battery when you’re out and about. Offers great combination of warmth on the motorcycle, with the added benefit of continuous heat when powered by a 7V battery.
  • Volt Moto Gloves – Made from durable cowhide. Uses Volt's patented Zero Layer heating technology which allows you to manage your thermal comfort regardless of the temperature.