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Hestra Power Heater Glove

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sale $254.97 Original price:$424.95


Power Heater Glove

Half of the Hestra Power Heater Glove's brawn comes from its battery powered heating loops. The other half is a natural result of quality materials and solid construction, both of which have made Hestra a leader in the ski industry since the '40s.

The back of the hand is composed of Hestra's Flextron softshell frabic, and the palm is a durable Goat leather. A waterproof CZone insert provides further protection from moisture, and synthetic Fiberfill insulation adds warmth in addition to the battery powered heating loops. The warmth of the glove can be adjusted through the the control button on the back of the hand, and the Lithium battery can either be replaced or recharged via the international charging adapter.

  • Heated gloves for bitterly cold activities
  • CZone waterproof membrane seals out melting snow
  • Impregnated goat leather palm is extremely durable
  • Fiberfill insulation seals in warmth
  • Bemberg lining is soft against your skin
  • Rechargeable battery powers heating loops for warmth
  • Heat control button lets you adjust to a comfortable temp
  • Includes travel case and international charging adapter
  • Item #HES000K

[back of hand] Flextron softshell, [palm] impregnated goat leather
CZone insert
elastic wrist
Palm Grip
yes, goat leather
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
[glove] limited lifetime, [heating unit] 2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 1

Such poor heat quality

I've used it several times

Researched for full yr... Hestra name top of list and for $425 was a major bomb. Talked to company, went to retailer and said you took tags off, cannot help you. Heat in high for half hr when fully charged and skiing only moderately cold day and couldn’t tell they were heated gloves. Had my husband put them on when I took them off after skiing to see if he felt heat & couldn’t. They show some heat at highest setting when you are inside but something about use outside that kills the power. Don’t buy them!!!

>Rating: 1

What heat?

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Maybe I got a bum pair but in 30 degree temps I felt zero heat and my hands were cold. In the house though I could feel some heat just in the very fingertips but it still translated into no heat outdoors on the slope. Had to return them.

>Rating: 2

Wouldn't buy again.

I've used it several times

1. I Have a medium hand. Men's M is a pain to put on when zipped-up, very tight wrist opening, and a pain to zip-up if put on unzipped. 2. The don't seem particularly warm. 3. They are heavy. 4. I much prefer the Hestra full mittens with a daily charcoal heater bag for warmth.

>Rating: 4

Wife loves them

Just as it says, wife loves them. Battery doesn’t last long in high temp setting. Just remember to charge the batteries

>Rating: 2

Terrible Customer Support

I've used it several times

I bought these gloves just over 2 years ago. They worked OK, but died earlier this year. Hestra says they cannot repair powered gloves, and wants another $300+ to replace them That, on top of the $450 I originally spent. Absolutely ridiculous. Don't waste your money, buy another brand.

>Rating: 5

Tough gloves

All I can say is if goats could wear gloves, these would be the ones the smart goats are wearing! #goatworthy

>Rating: 5

Great Glove

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I've only been able to use it once but that one time was amazing! It didn't get my hands sweaty but didn't get them cold either, the price is a little steep but it's a quality product!

>Rating: 5

Size up!

I've put it through the wringer

These gloves are great but make sure to size up a bit to avoid constriction and impeded circulation. My girlfriend with very cold hands has really enjoyed them in the winter months.

>Rating: 5


I've used it several times

I originally bought these for my husband, who always has cold hands when we ski. He likes them a lot, but felt they were hard to get on and there is no gauntlet to go over his sleeves but the battery pack is too large to go inside his sleeve. But he kept them anyway to have warm hands. Turns out, he gave them to my son, who has poor circulation due to Type 1 Diabetes and also has problems with cold fingers. They fit him perfectly, with a little room to grow. They kept his fingers warm all day. My husband bought the outdoor research capstones with gauntlet and loves them. Worth the investment on both counts!

>Rating: 5

Great gloves for cold fingers

I've used it several times
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.

>Rating: 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.


Do these gloves offer touchscreen technology?

They do not. Some phones work with leather gloves, but it is not guaranteed.


Are the fingers heated in these gloves?