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If frosty fingers regularly prevent you from skiing bell to bell, the Columbia Women's Bugaglove Max Electric Glove is the piece of winter gear that you've been waiting for. Designed with built-in, battery-operated heating system, the Bugaglove's Omni-Heat thermal electric tech means that you're always just a button push away from relief.

  • Omni-Heat thermal electric tech integrates a battery-powered heating pad into the glove the turns on with the push of a button
  • Three heat settings let you dial in the warmth you need
  • OutDry waterproof breathable membrane seals out the snow, rain, and slush and is breathable so that evaporating sweat can pass through
  • Omni-Heat thermal reflective lining radiates your hand's heat back towards your skin so you stay warmer when the temperatures drops
  • Long gauntlet provides extra coverage over your sleeve for added snow protection
  • Rechargeable battery, AC wall charger, and USB adapter are all included

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I have a lot of patients with raynaud's,...

I have a lot of patients with raynaud's, and some have been through multiple "electric glove or sock products". One major question before I could recommend this, is what is the warranty for this expensive piece of equipment.
Another recommendations is to have a mitten also, which will be a lot warmer than the gloves.

Everything we sell on has a lifetime warranty. We will take anything back at any time for any reason. I'd agree that mitts are almost always warmer and I often steer people with Raynauds in that direction but some want the dexterity of gloves.