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Widder made a great electric vest and atrocious gloves.

Long story short, the gloves no longer function and I'd like to replace them, preferably with something of better quality (but doesn't have to be the best) and that also offers some protection.

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Can't go wrong with Gerbing. http://www.gerbing.com/


I have some old school Gerbing glove liners and they still work great after nearly 15 years of frequent use. Really amazing and far warmer than some First Gear electric gloves I bought a few years after I bought the Gerbings liners.


Should be able to find some good deals on heated stuff now that the warm weather riding season is upon us.


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Widder made a great electric vest and atrocious gloves.



Long story short, the gloves no longer function and I'd like to replace them, preferably with something of better quality (but doesn't have to be the best) and that also offers some protection.


I like my lithium ion Mobile Warming gloves and vest.
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Thanks for the suggestions. The Gerbing Vanguard gloves tick all the boxes.

But now I'm wondering if I'd be better off with heated grips. I need to do some more research.

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Heated grips sure are nice. It's crazy how they seem to make your whole body warm. I've owned three bikes with them. All motorcycles should come with them


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Thanks for the suggestions. The Gerbing Vanguard gloves tick all the boxes.



But now I'm wondering if I'd be better off with heated grips. I need to do some more research.


I have heated grips also.
Oxford Premiums are great and are a snap to install.
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Thanks! I just ordered a set.

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