Gerbing unveils new heated winter motorcycle gloves for 2020

Completely re-engineering its entire range for the 2020 season, Gerbing has unveiled four all-new heated motorcycle gloves for this winter. 


Gerbing’s latest collection of heated gloves has been redesigned for the 2020 season with four new styles; XR, XRL, GT and XRW (ladies).


The XRL costs £179.99, XR £169.99, GT £139.99 and XRW £159.99

Each glove features the new Gerbing MicroWirePRO® heating element throughout the whole palm, fingers and thumb which offer faster and better distribution of heat. And the heating elements come with a lifetime warranty. Pretty sweet aye?

According to Gerbing: “the new heating element helps ensure riders hands are warm and comfortable; increasing reaction time even in the coldest of weather.”

The short cuff XR (see above) and the longer XRL (see below) both come with a battery harness and Y-lead, allowing them to be powered direct from the bike, whilst the XRL also has the option to be powered by a rechargeable battery.

The new GT range (see below) offers a more stylish look and is made from a soft and supple drum-dyed leather. Designed to be fitted under most motorcycle jackets, the glove can be powered directly from the bike or via a rechargeable battery.

All three feature an integrated push button controller that allows the wearer to easily regulate the temperature, whilst a waterproof Hypora membrane throughout ensures their hands remain warm and dry. Both the XR and XRL offer the rider complete knuckle protection and integrated Visor Wipe. And all three feature a touchscreen sensitive pad on the index finger.

Alongside these, Gerbing has designed a lightweight XRW glove that has been specifically designed for women. Capable of being powered from the bike or a small rechargeable battery, the gloves feature the same push button controller and waterproof lining as the XR and XRL but in a more tailored and slimmer fit. Discreet hard knuckle protection also offers the wearer full impact protection whilst wearing them.

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