4.1
7 Reviews
5
43% (3)
4
29% (2)
3
29% (2)
2
0% (0)
1
0% (0)
71% Recommend this product (5 of 7 responses)
By Peter
Warren,VT
Really good heated gloves
March 9, 2021
A real plus with these gloves is that they are pretty good winter gloves even when they are turned off. And when they are on they do their stuff - your hands don't feel warm, they just don't get cold! A small negative is that unlike their prior generation gloves which had easily seen red LEDs on the batteries to indicate their status, these gloves turn on and off with a softly lit switch on the outside of the gloves. The switch is conveniently placed however it is impossible to tell whether the gloves are off or on when you are in outside light, like when you are skiing - you have to hold the glove inside your jacket in the shadows to check.
ProsPretty good winter gloves even when they are turned off
ConsHard to tell from the switch whether they are off or on.
By John
Menomonee Falls, WI
Awesome gloves!
March 7, 2021
The Gervinho S7 gloves deliver immediate warmth, evenly distributed to the entire hand. Sizing chart was correct as the fit is perfect. Couldn’t be more happy with my purchase. Great for ice fishing!
ProsCorrect sizing Even heating Nice earth even at lowest setting.
ConsNone
By A M.
Seattle
Fair but not great.
February 21, 2021
Overall these work. This is more than I can say for most heated gloves, & I've tried a fair number. It's overall heat is good & does include the palm, but it has the usual weaknesses I've found in most gloves. In general this is as good as I've tried so far for this type of glove, but I do expect a bit better at the price point. I'll keep 'em but will also be alert for something that addresses the issues noted below.
Pros- Lanyards. I'm a bit mixed on these, but overall a good thing. - Controls. Pleasantly simple. - Overall Heat. Better than most I've tried. - Durability. So far so good. I tried about 10 pairs of even some mid priced heated gloves last year and had them fail on me so ended up returning 'em. - Phone ready finger tips work OK, but not well if I'm using my phone case, so a good thing but of limited utility to me.
ConsA lot of this applies to most other battery heated gloves, but it is stuff that could be engineered better at this price point IMHO. - Wind/water resistance. I guess I can't think of a good reason that the back of the hand shouldn't have a wind and water proofish cover on it. So far haven't found a heated glove designed like that. - Gripping surface. There isn't enough. It adds to the vagueness noted below as well. - Palm is too puffy. This really impacts grip & feedback. The glove feels more like a ski glove in this regard. Even with an unheated grip you don't need a lot of palm heat to keep that warm, just some. - Charging. This uses a proprietary charger. This could easily be a USB C based charger that would add a lot of versatility to the glove. Some cheaper and otherwise lesser gloves feature this. - Bulky batteries. There's a level of this that's simply what it is but the form factor could be worked with I suspect.
By Nestor
Chicago, IL
Well Made Gloves Need Stronger Fingertip Warming
February 15, 2021
Nice gloves that are well made and for the price a good product. However, in these Chicago winters I wish that the fingertip had more warming as I can feel the cold air seeping in and the heating elements are insufficient. So instead of wearing these when walking my dog I instead wear my Gerbings heated mitts although they lack the dexterity of the glove they provided greater heat and warm.
ProsWell made
ConsMore heat in the fingertips
By Tom
Mass
Quality is what I bought!,
February 12, 2021
What a nice fitting glove. Been trying them on different equipment. Heat zones work great. Used them on quad, tractor with loader, and side by side. They worked great. Looking forward to coyote hunting with them. Extra battery won’t break the bank either. 30.00 bucks each. Enjoy Tom
ProsQuality quality quality!!!
ConsLonger battery life
By Bill
VT
Finger tip still get cold under 15 degrees
February 11, 2021
My index Finger tip still get cold under 15 degrees.. I emailed both The Warming store and Gerbing and asked a questions about it.... NEITHER REPLIED !!!
ProsSeam to work good about 16 - 18 degrees, .
ConsAnything below 15 finger tips get cold.. Then hands get sweaty with no way to wash the inside Co. doesn't reply to emails.
By updateCategoryParent
stillwater, minnesota
Great for those with TRULY cold fingers
January 22, 2021
My fingers get cold in the house during the day when it's 70 degrees inside. I tried another glove that brand that only heated the back of the hand and it was better than nothing, but it just wasn't enough for me. This glove on the other hand works great with heating on the back AND front of the fingers. On the low setting, they got me through a full day of snowboarding without issue. A little more pricey, but in my opinion worth it.

Page 1 of 1