Heated Ski Glove 2.0 - Complete Set - Motion Heat Canada
Heated Ski Glove 2.0 - Complete Set - Motion Heat Canada
Heated Ski Glove 2.0 - Complete Set - Motion Heat Canada
Heated Ski Glove 2.0 - Complete Set - Motion Heat Canada
Heated Ski Glove 2.0 - Complete Set - Motion Heat Canada

Heated Ski Glove 2.0 - Complete Set

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  • Battery Info
  • Run Time
  • FAQ
  • Specifications
  • Description
  • Features:

    • 🕐 3 hours on high / 9 hours on low
    •  🔥12V and 16V batteries getting up to 60°C
    •  ✋ Full heating on the back of the hand and in every finger and thumb
    • 💦 Water resistant 
    •  🔋  Safe battery with BMS (battery management system) 
    •  📱 Touch screen compatible fingertips 

    Complete Kit Includes:

    • One pair of ski gloves
    • Two batteries 
    • One charger
    • One stickman wire
    • Owners Manual

                      Click HERE for the full run time chart

    • Battery Info
    • Run Time
    • FAQ
    • How come it is a glove liner rather than a glove?

      When we first started looking into the heated gloves, we found there were 2 types. Liners and gloves. All the liners we looked at ran 8 volts at most, so the highest temperature we got from them was a measly 35°C for a very short duration. So while they had nice, slim and light features, the liners didn't the punch to get us through the -30°C to -40°C weather we get from time to time in Canada. Nor did they last us very long on the high settings which we only found to be warm. The 12v gloves we looked at were very warm, but were very bulky heavy gloves and expensive. They were designed for motorcycles and snowmobiles so finger mobility wasn't a huge concern for them. Since we wanted a glove for cyclists, we need our fingers to be nimble to hit our shifters, brakes and hold onto the bike at the same time. So we decided to take our product development skills from electric bike components and apply it to make a 12v glove liner for cyclists. The liners offered the advantage of being able to use multiple different gloves over top of the liner. We wanted 12v because it packed the punch we needed to get through the cold weather.

      The 12v Battery is kind of bulky, is there a smaller battery?

      We've decided to stick with the 12volt battery for a couple of reasons. At a lower voltage, the gloves simply can't very warm. So while it is easy drop the voltage down so the battery can be smaller, it means you get a glove that performs very poorly in cold weather. 12 volts is also the common battery voltage for most automotive vehicles so our gloves with the right connection can also be hooked up to your car or motorcycle.

      Why the option of using a wire to move the batteries from the wrist? When we first started with the gloves, we were making it to extend the cycling time for a electric bike, so we wanted to be able to hook up our gloves to the electric bike's battery. We also noticed from our testing of the motorcycle heated gloves that the battery weight was very noticeable if you needed to use your arms a lot. Moving the weight of the batteries from the wrist to a more comfortable chest pocket just seemed to be the practical thing to do. We've since added a cuff to the gloves that allows you to run which ever method you prefer.

      Where are the heating elements on the glove? I'm wearing the gloves now and I still can't feel them. The reason we've gone with woven carbon fiber as the heating element is that it is very thin and flexible. In our Youtube video on the evolution of the MOTIONHeat glove liners, there is a shot of the carbon fiber heating element used in our gloves. Carbon fiber pretty much resembles hair, but heats up very quickly when a current is applied through it. Yes, we were just as surprised as you when we found out how this little bit of carbon fiber could provide heat without us feeling much of any wires while wearing the gloves.

    • Specifications
    • MOTIONHeat Rechargeable Heated Ski Gloves were designed in Calgary, Canada. These gloves have been designed for outdoor recreation enthusiasts who want to stay out all day skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling, although have been widely adopted by many industries and workers such as police officers, film industry crew, photographers, and traffic controllers. These heated gloves have also found their way into the medical sector providing comfort and relief to those suffering from pain in the hands caused by diseases like Raynaud's and Arthritis. 

      Our heated gloves have proven useful in battling the cold of the Canadian winters throughout various environments, and also provides soft comforting warmth to those with poor circulation in their hands. If you are looking for a source of heat to keep your fingers flexible and warm MOTIONHeat has proven quality and performance for any situation. And with a one-year warranty, they are simply the best-heated gloves available.



      • Fall or winter cycling
      • Skiing and snowboarding
      • Snowshoeing, Hunting, and Ice fishing
      • Hockey and curling
      • Motorcycle and ATV


      • Roofing contractors
      • Electricians, mechanics, and plumbers
      • Police and military
      • Postal and delivery services
      • Oil field workers


      • Arthritis
      • Raynauds patients
      • Multiple sclerosis
      • Injury recovery 


      Flexible and Durable: Built from durable “rip stop” polyester with a full "synthetic-grip" palm, these gloves will keep you warm and provide the performance needed for any winter sport. These gloves are water repellent and have flex-joint knuckles which give you the optimum grip while skiing, snowboarding, or sledding.   

      12 Volt Power Source: Our gloves are the hottest gloves on the market for the extremes of winter time. If they can handle a Canadian winter, they can handle any winter! Most heated gloves on the market run on a 7.4v, 3.7v, or standard AAA or D-cell batteries which typically have a very short run time and can tend to be heavy in weight. Also, plugs into various other 12v systems with the appropriate adapter.  

      Temperature Control: There are 3 power level settings built into the MOTIONHeat system. The HIGH setting will get things warming up quickly within seconds. If you don't need that quick blast of heat drop it down to the MEDIUM setting. Once the gloves are nice and toasty, reduce the heat down to the LOW setting to maintain the temperature and save battery life.  

      Versatile Design for Custom Arrangements: Batteries can be placed in the glove cuff or in your pockets. The MOTIONHeat system was designed with various purposes and user arrangements in mind. Each Heated Glove is lined with an inner pocket large enough to comfortably house the battery. The relatively light weight of the batteries prevents strain on the wrists. For outdoor workers who stay out all day and require less weight and bulk on their hands, they can use the included StickMan extension wire to run the batteries from a remote location like in the jacket pocket. Additional batteries can be plugged into the wiring harness which increases the battery run-time. 


      Technical Specifications: 

      • Textile Materials: Durable Waterproof Corduroy 600D, “Rip-Stop” Polyester (backhand and cuff), Full “synthetic-grip” palm, water Repellent (Hydrophobic Fatliquor PM4700, Chimerical), Primaloft insulation, double stitching on fabrics for added durability. 

        Hourly Run Time: Hourly runtime of compact, standard, and high-temperature batteries. Note that batteries will last 500 charge/discharge cycles from full to empty. 

        Size Chart: Measurement of hand circumference. If your size measurements fall between two size categories, we recommend going a size down for optimal fitting. For example, if your hand circumferences measures 23cm then a medium would fit better than a large size.

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