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Heated gear falls into two categories – 12-volt products that run off your motorcycle’s battery, and wireless 7-volt options like this one.

For years we have carried and will continue to support the 7-volt Highway 21 Radiant heated gloves, which is a full $70 less expensive, but we couldn’t pass up an opportunity to add this top-shelf option from KLIM.

Our biggest gripe about heated gloves is that we end up stocking and supporting product that, if not for the heated element, would not pass muster on their own.

Enter the Klim Hardanger heated glove. If there’s a company that knows something about making rugged, motorcycle-specific products that stand the test of time, its Klim.

Even without the heating element engaged, this glove packs plenty of punch—note the Gore-Tex liner, the quality goatskin palm, and the 3M Thinsulate back of the hand, complete with 5mm knuckle armor.

We’d stock this glove even if it didn’t also boast an onboard heater.

Thankfully, it does.

After charging the gloves up for 24 hours before their first use, tuck them into the zippered pocket built into the gloves’ cuffs and power on with an easy-to-use single button with a built-in indicator—red means high, blue means medium, and green means low-heat.

With a full charge, Klim says these gloves will last anywhere from 1.5 to 8 hours of continuous heat.

Thoughtfully Klim has built in a battery saving feature that automatically toggles the gloves to the medium setting after a 10-minute warmup on the high-setting. The user can then override the setting back to high if it’s truly cold AF—but remember, the goal here isn’t to make your hands feel hot, but to keep yourself temperature neutral, so you stay comfortable and in control. And to not run out of batteries.

We recommend powering these on a few minutes before you get on the road, so you’re warm from the get-go, and not playing catch-up.

Klim says these gloves use rider-specific heat distribution – with heating elements that wrap fingertips and backhand where they’re needed most.

Like all Klim gloves, the Hardanger is touch-screen friendly for operating a handlebar mounted phone or other device. 

Heating element and battery Specs:

  • Up to 8 hours on low heat (green light)
  • Up to 3 hours on medium heat (blue light)
  • Up to 1.5 hours on high heat (red light)
  • 10-min high heat auto timer reverts to med heat (can be overridden back to high heat)

Glove Features:

  • Microfleece inside the palm – no other palm insulation for comfort and control
  • 3M Thinsulate insulation - 100g backhand
  • 3M Scotchlite reflective material
    Goat leather palm, fingers
  • 5mm XRD impact protection foam in knuckles and palm pad
  • Built-in visor wiper
    Built-in entry-assist loop to help pulling gloves on
  • Dual wall charger, two batteries, and a carrying case included.
    Touchscreen compatible fingertips

 

*Range can be extended - extra batteries sold separately. Batteries come with an industry leading 2-year warranty.

 

KLIM Hardanger 7-Volt Heated GTX Gloves

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This is the heated motorcycle glove we’ve been asking for. The Klim Hardanger glove provides wireless design that also boasts touchscreen friendly fingertips, Gore-Tex waterproofing, and 3M insulation. In sum it is nothing short of the best electric hand-toaster we’ve carried to date. Read More Read More

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Heated gear falls into two categories – 12-volt products that run off your motorcycle’s battery, and wireless 7-volt options like this one.

For years we have carried and will continue to support the 7-volt Highway 21 Radiant heated gloves, which is a full $70 less expensive, but we couldn’t pass up an opportunity to add this top-shelf option from KLIM.

Our biggest gripe about heated gloves is that we end up stocking and supporting product that, if not for the heated element, would not pass muster on their own.

Enter the Klim Hardanger heated glove. If there’s a company that knows something about making rugged, motorcycle-specific products that stand the test of time, its Klim.

Even without the heating element engaged, this glove packs plenty of punch—note the Gore-Tex liner, the quality goatskin palm, and the 3M Thinsulate back of the hand, complete with 5mm knuckle armor.

We’d stock this glove even if it didn’t also boast an onboard heater.

Thankfully, it does.

After charging the gloves up for 24 hours before their first use, tuck them into the zippered pocket built into the gloves’ cuffs and power on with an easy-to-use single button with a built-in indicator—red means high, blue means medium, and green means low-heat.

With a full charge, Klim says these gloves will last anywhere from 1.5 to 8 hours of continuous heat.

Thoughtfully Klim has built in a battery saving feature that automatically toggles the gloves to the medium setting after a 10-minute warmup on the high-setting. The user can then override the setting back to high if it’s truly cold AF—but remember, the goal here isn’t to make your hands feel hot, but to keep yourself temperature neutral, so you stay comfortable and in control. And to not run out of batteries.

We recommend powering these on a few minutes before you get on the road, so you’re warm from the get-go, and not playing catch-up.

Klim says these gloves use rider-specific heat distribution – with heating elements that wrap fingertips and backhand where they’re needed most.

Like all Klim gloves, the Hardanger is touch-screen friendly for operating a handlebar mounted phone or other device. 

Heating element and battery Specs:

  • Up to 8 hours on low heat (green light)
  • Up to 3 hours on medium heat (blue light)
  • Up to 1.5 hours on high heat (red light)
  • 10-min high heat auto timer reverts to med heat (can be overridden back to high heat)

Glove Features:

  • Microfleece inside the palm – no other palm insulation for comfort and control
  • 3M Thinsulate insulation - 100g backhand
  • 3M Scotchlite reflective material
    Goat leather palm, fingers
  • 5mm XRD impact protection foam in knuckles and palm pad
  • Built-in visor wiper
    Built-in entry-assist loop to help pulling gloves on
  • Dual wall charger, two batteries, and a carrying case included.
    Touchscreen compatible fingertips

 

*Range can be extended - extra batteries sold separately. Batteries come with an industry leading 2-year warranty.

 

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