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Prevail Heated GORE-TEX Glove

3 out of 5 stars
24 Reviews
Current price: $203.37 Original price: $338.95
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Why We Like The Prevail Heated GORE-TEX Glove

Maybe it's low circulation or absolutely finger-numbing temps, but no matter the situation, we can rely on the Prevail Heated GORE-TEX Glove to warm our digits. It features a temperature adjustable battery-powered heater to evenly warm our hands at the resort or in the backcountry. And while a heater keeps us warm, the GORE-TEX membrane keeps us protected from piercing gales and biting snowmelt.


  • Reliable gloves feature battery-powered heat
  • ALTIheat electric heater lets you choose the level of warmth
  • Wind and waterproof GORE-TEX membrane for elemental protection
  • Breathable insulation manages moisture while keeping you warm
  • Touchscreen compatibility makes it easy to return texts
  • Leather palm for durability and enhanced grip
  • Lithium ion battery included
  • Item #ODRZ8R4
synthetic, leather
GORE-TEX membrane
ALTIheat electric heater, synthetic
slip-on, cinch
Palm Grip
Touchscreen Compatible
skiing, snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty

Overall Rating

3 based on 24 ratings

Review Summary

1 Stars - 7 reviews
2 Stars - 2 reviews
3 Stars - 4 reviews
4 Stars - 6 reviews
5 Stars - 5 reviews

Fits Small

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4 out of 5 stars

November 2, 2023

Great but runs extremely small

I've used it several times
Size Bought:
5' 9"

So, I will start with I am the queen of layers-whether it be my hands, jackets or pants. I am the girl that can wear a light down coat on a cool summer evening and be okay (hey, the birds wear their feathers all year long)! I first ordered this glove in a medium based on the size chart. When they arrived, I could not even get my hands into the gloves, so sent back for the large. The large arrived and they are still a bit snug, but manageable. I was a bit concerned based on other reviews regarding their warmth. Although I ultimately ordered these for skiing this winter, because the season has not started yet, I tested them another way. I run my dogs every morning (not sled dogs-jog dogs). I tested these gloves in temperatures from a cool 13 degrees Fahrenheit to a balmy 29 degrees. I started with the temperature on the highest setting and it was too much, even for my usually cold hands-I was extremely sweaty, which is not good. I bumped it down to the medium setting and still too warm. I put it on the low setting and it was just right for finishing out my run, though the gloves were already a bit moist with sweat. This sequence was used on 29 and 15 degree days. I decided to go the other direction on a 13 degree day. I started on the low setting and I never had to bump the temperature up as my hands stayed warm and I was not getting the sweaty response. I suspect these will perform similarly when I start skiing. I would recommend starting at the low setting first to avoid the wet and sweaty result. Now for the cons, which is why I rated these at only 4 stars. As I mentioned previously, these run small so be aware of that when purchasing. As a result, they fit kind of funny. I imagine some of that is due to the wires running in the gloves that provide the heat. My biggest frustration with these gloves is that the liners are not secure, so when you pull your hands out the insides start to follow, which makes getting them back on a bit of a challenge as you work the liner back into its proper place on each finger. My work around for keeping the liner in place better was to hold onto the ends of the fingertips firmly and pull my hands out. Once I start skiing, if anything changes, I will update this rating. At the price point I was able to purchase these makes them a great deal. I am not sure if I'd feel the same way if I had paid $300+ for them. However, if my hands stay warm this winter without having to keep track of multiple layers, I'd likely pay more for the convenience and comfort. I think these gloves are well worth purchasing, just be sure you pay attention to the sizing, and I recommend going from low to high on heat settings until you figure out what works best for you.

Selena D
5 out of 5 stars

October 19, 2023

Prevail has prevailed!

I've put it through the wringer
Size Bought:
6' 2"

Amazing product.great service .lowest setting and I'm toasty.and the quality and stitching are tight!

Russell R
5 out of 5 stars

July 16, 2023

Great for how I use them

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] These gloves, because of how long they stay hot, can't compete with other brands for staying warmer longer. However, for someone with Reynaud's, for recovery after hand surgery, for cold hands around the house and on the Oregon Coast, they are perfect. OR does a fine job adding small but wonderful details other gloves don't have like a pull loop. I wish they gave more heat over the course of the day at the higher settings but they heat up fast, and do a fine job as promised. For that, they deserve five stars


Originally reviewed on outdoorresearch.com

1 out of 5 stars

June 28, 2023

So narrow not wearable

I read the reviews and even the description says these run really narrow so size up--well sizing up does not help because the length of the fingers is so long. I thought these could work for my 9 year old, but even the XS width fits great, but fingers are way too long. I also bought a size larger than normal for myself and they are unwearable--they are so tight, but fingers are way too long. I would not recommend at all unless you have extremely long slender hands.


Originally reviewed on outdoorresearch.com

5 out of 5 stars

June 27, 2023

Great Gloves!

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I haven't used these yet, but they are replacing an older pair that lasted 4 seasons. These are great gloves and I've had no problem with them. If you are in cold climates, it is worth buying a spare set of batteries for your pocket in case you run out of juice.


Originally reviewed on outdoorresearch.com

2 out of 5 stars

June 14, 2023

Good glove doesn't get very warm

Got was ok for me (I went one big) good build but I didn't find the gloves got berm warm at all even on the highest setting


Originally reviewed on outdoorresearch.com

5 out of 5 stars

May 17, 2023

I can't get enough of these gloves

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] Outdoor Research makes the best heated gloves. I'm not sure how I ever survived without them, I can't imagine skiing or snowshoeing without them now.


Originally reviewed on outdoorresearch.com

1 out of 5 stars

April 7, 2023

Poor fit

I was replacing OR gloves that I bought a year ago and loved but were stolen. Unfortunately, OR has redesigned the glove and the fit is terrible. Based on reviews, I ordered a size larger, but the fingers were way too long. I returned and ordered my normal size, and while the length was fine, they were way too tight. I had to return these as well. Had to pay return shipping each time. Very disappointed.

Casual Skier

Originally reviewed on outdoorresearch.com

1 out of 5 stars

April 2, 2023

Don't buy these

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The battery only lasts 3 hours on the lowest (green) setting.


Originally reviewed on outdoorresearch.com

4 out of 5 stars

March 23, 2023

Snugg Fit

[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] The gloves are very tight and the inner liners bunch up.


Originally reviewed on outdoorresearch.com