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Heated Motorcycle Gloves

WHICH IS BETTER – HEATED MOTORCYCLE GLOVES OR HEATED GRIPS?

Jeez, heated motorcycle grips do make crisp morning rides, or cool evening rides, all the more enjoyable.  You can also use thinner gloves for the same cool-temperature riding conditions than you might use if you did not have heated grips.  Some riders prefer thinner gloves to thicker gloves since they can deliver a more sensitive tactile connection to their bike’s controls.

Some motorcycle manufacturers offer HEATED GRIPS as an option on certain bikes, and for a few bikes they are even available as standard equipment.  You can also buy aftermarked heated grips for most any motorbike, which need to be connected to your bike’s electrical system.  Some such aftermarket products are complete grip replacements, some have heating elements that are installed under your grips, and others have heating elements that wrap around the exterior of your existing grips.

All are beneficial for extending your riding enjoyment in cooler temperatures. But if you are truly into COLD weather riding, you may want to consider purchasing heated gloves, which, compared to heated grips, keep both the inside and outside of your hands warm.  Of course, heated grips are only designed to warm the inside of your hands and fingers.  However, heated grips are considerably more convenient, since you simply turn them on with a switch and ride your motorcycle.  Whereas most heated gloves require a manual electrical connection which can take another moment or two of attention every time you get going after taking a break, getting some gas, stopping to take photos, or getting something to eat.

The good news is you have a choice!

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