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Description

Battery-powered heat to keep frostbite at bay.

The Hestra Power Heater Glove gets part of its brawn from battery-powered integrated heat loops. Keep warm and control the temp with a three-setting adjustment, and take this gem of a glove wherever you roam, even in Rome, with its travel case and international travel adapter. Summit those faraway peaks, and keep those fingers attached.

  • Impregnated cowhide aniline palm gives you that inimitable feel of leather and high performance
  • Entrant and Flextron softshell is stretchy, windproof, and waterproof for the ultimate in winter-weather comfort
  • CZone waterproof, breathable insert keeps the hand dry when the flakes fall
  • Quallofill insulation warms the fingers to the bone
  • Polyester lining adds warmth right next to your skin
  • Three heat settings put the control in your hands
  • LED indicator light lets you know when heat is on
  • Lithium rechargeable batteries keep the power on
  • Travel case protects and stores the gloves
  • International travel adapter won't let you down

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Great gloves for cold fingers

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times
  • Fit: True to size

I've used Hestra's heater gloves before skiing in New England, and I absolutely love them. When I start to get cold fingers, they tend to stay cold - unless I use these gloves. The heat is supplied at the fingertips and you can turn up the intensity depending on how cold it is. If it's a coldish day (10 F), I keep them on the lowest setting all the time and then turn them up a notch going up the ski lift. I only use them at the hottest setting if it's really cold (-10 F). If you keep them between the lowest and the medium settings, they will last a full ski day.

what is the difference between hestra power...

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what is the difference between hestra power heater glove and hestra heater glove?

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The Power Heaters are a bit closer-fitting and have greater dexterity. From an ice climbing perspective, the Heaters are belay gloves while the Power Heaters are leading gloves.

5 5

Very pleased !

I bought these gloves to wear while riding my motorcycle. I like to ride year 'round, and keeping my hands warm was a problem. While I won't say my hands stay toasty warm now, they definitely stay comfortable even on lengthy rides whereas before they were like chunks of ice. I would think they would work well for any cold weather activity.

You have two Hestra heated power gloves...

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You have two Hestra heated power gloves for sale with a slightly different price. What is the difference in glove?

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What is the cost of extra batteries

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My wife hasn't been able to find the batteries for sale separately; even called Hestra directly with no luck.