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SealSkinzWaterproof Heated Cycle Glove - Men's


Item # SSZ005E

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Item # SSZ005E

Waterproof Heated Cycle Glove

Cold hands can be the strongest distractors to the joy of the open road or trail. Filled with the highest performing insulation from Primaloft, the Waterproof Heated Cycle Gloves dare us to venture out on the coldest of days. When the insulation alone doesn’t cut it, three levels of integrated heating help amplify the warmth, keeping you on the road through it all. A three-layer waterproof membrane ensures you stay dry while the leather palm enhances comfort and grip
  • A heated waterproof glove to beat the weather
  • Primaloft Gold insulation provides excellent warmth for the weight
  • Integrated heating element has three levels and a 5 – 6hour run time
  • Durable 3-layer waterproof construction keeps hands dry

Tech Specs
Material[face fabric] 50% leather, 46% polyester, 4% elastane, [membrane] 100% polyurethane, [lining] 92% polyester, 8% aluminum
Closurehook-and-loop strap
Recommended Usemud/sand/snow
Manufacturer Warranty1 year



5 - 6in

(12.7 - 15.2cm)

7 - 8in

(17.8 - 20.3cm)




















How to Measure:
Measure your dominant hand with a tape measure around the knuckles, not including the thumb. Please remember that if the gloves are too tight on your hands they may make your hands feel cold, so if in doubt go up a size.

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 2

sizing is odd, not warm in finger tips

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
Runs small
Size Bought
5` 7"
130 lbs

I've had raynaud's for 15 years and read reviews that these are great gloves, but I would disagree. I wear some sort of glove daily. I usually order a men's small, since I have longer fingers with (minimal length to no fingernails) and they tend to work better for me than a women's large. I ordered a small since these appear to be unisex, which usually means men's sizing. While the thumb was a proper length the fingers where too short and the palm was a bit on the tight side. So yes go up one size, but with that said these are not the gloves for people with my condition. We need warmth in the finger tips these did not do that for me. So on to searching for a better pair and maybe mittens are the answer, but I prefer gloves. I returned these and have struggled to get a refund in an acceptable timeframe. I had reached out for the second time to today and was told it had to manually pushed through.


What type of battery? Lithium rechargeable? USB charge capable? Run time? Heat levels? Thank you

>Rating: 4

Very Warm!

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

I have Raynaud's and got these to extend my outdoor running season. They are almost perfect and definitely keep my hands warm - I often have to turn the heat down or even off after a fairly short period of time. My biggest complaint is about the velcro placement - the loops should be on the strap, not on the glove itself. With the loops on the glove itself, they get caught on sweaters and other delicate items. Simply reversing the velcro placement would fix this. This is minor, though, considering how warm these gloves are. The heating elements go to the knuckle closest to the fingertips. This is fine once I've warmed up, but my fingertips are cold until then. The best way to handle that is to let the gloves warm up a bit before putting my hands in. My hand circumference is 7.5" and the small fit perfectly. Overall, I highly recommend these gloves, just know that you have to be careful with the velcro. Definitely these are a blessing for those of us with Raynaud's!

>Rating: 4

Warm hands! But a bit bulky.

I've used it several times
True to size

I have a problem when it gets really cold - my hands get really painful and lose feeling. When I saw a these gloves I figured I would pay anything to keep my hands from hurting! So far I rode with them on a cold night in the rain and I also used them for the downhill portion of my backcountry ski tour. Both times my hands were perfectly content in my warm gloves. The only thing I do not like about them is the bulky battery that is placed in a zipper pouch on the inside of your wrist. It is so big that I could not pull my ski jacket up to my wrists. These are pretty warm gloves on their own, so it has to be a pretty cold day to wear them on the bike. I plan to just carry them in my pocket and utilize them on the long descents. They are a bit bulky for pocket storage as well, but like I said, I will do anything to stay warm.