Tourmaster Synergy Electric Gloves [obs]

Tourmaster Synergy Electric Gloves [obs]
Tourmaster Synergy Electric Gloves [obs]

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blackhawk630
Fayetteville, NC
Comfort 5/5 Durability 5/5 Performance 5/5 Sizing - true to size? 5/5 Style 5/5
ZX11 Touring Gloves

I used my gloves for the first time this morning. My ride to work temperature was 19 degrees outside. This gloves are the bomb, they performed very well. My only complaint is that the glove do not have a heating coil in the right or left glove thumb. My thumbs got a little bit cold. Other than that they are awesome. Good quality and price. Need to be used with the invidual heating controler. That way you can control the heating setting. Other than that they worked great!

motoxr124
Junction City, Or
Comfort 3/5 Durability 4/5 Performance 2/5 Sizing - true to size? 5/5 Style 4/5
Could be better

The Willamette Valley in Oregon doesn't get that cold. It's a wet cold out here which is colder than dry cold. These gloves must be at their highest setting to be truly comfortable out here. I've got their jacker liner and that works great at the lowest setting. Tourmaster dropped the ball on these gloves.

krullkk Top 1000 Contributor
Yucca Valley, CA
Comfort 5/5 Durability 5/5 Performance 4/5 Sizing - true to size? 4/5 Style 5/5
Tourmaster Electric Gloves

These will in fact keep your hands warm in cold weather. A lot of the times you wont even have to turn them on. The only complaint I have about the is that they are a little hard to get them on until you get used to it and they are a little small when it comes to using levers. I feel a little strain in my left hand when I have to use the clutch. I almost have to grip the bar and clutch as if I was using one of those hand excercise machines. But overall a very good piece of gear.

MoccagirlAlbany
Albany, NY
Great Fitting Gloves

These fit perfectly. On the lowest setting, they were more than warm enough for a late ride home. I really recommend them.

Noc2rn
Manteca, Ca.
Nummi rydah

They are softer than most leather gloves. Installation to the bike was simple, The gauntlet part is too bulky . Throttle hand always warmer than the left., uneven heat distribution. Overall, they keep your hands from freezing up. Why I took so long to get them ?, I just don't know., but once you go electric, you will never go back. Takes a little longer to wear and take off, but well worth the effort...

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McGuire
Location: Fort Valley, Ga
Q: Where can I find out about wiring?
Over 8 years ago
I'm curious as to how the electrical leads will hook into my motorcycle electrical system and how long the leads are... I don't want to be "tied" to my bike and not have full movement of my hands and arms. Any help?
Noc2rn
Over 8 years ago Location: Manteca, Ca.
A: You can have the leads protrude anywhere around the seat area and run the wires behind you and snake out to your arms. So when you get on the bike, just reach behind you and plug in, then the gloves, before you actually wear them. To dismount, just reverse the routine. It may take a minute or two, but the comfort it provides, is well worth the effort. Aloha !
Rossi
Q: How warm are these gloves? Are they worth it?
Over 8 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago
A: These are Electrically heated gloves, it doesn't get any warmer than that. well if you're comparing it to fire, these gloves would be a close second.
Noc2rn
Over 8 years ago Location: Manteca, Ca.
A: In the winter, there is nothing better than these. It takes a little longer to wear and take off, but well worth the effort. Just imagine, never having frozen hands when you get to your destination. HHHmmm...
Billyfz1
Q: Where do I find the size chart for these gloves?
Over 8 years ago
Drewski
MotoSport Staff
Over 8 years ago Location: Portland, OR
A: Click on the following link.

http://www.tourmaster.com/xcart/pages.php?pageid=30
Calisjr
Q: Are the gloves water proof?
Over 8 years ago
james718
MotoSport Staff Expert
Over 8 years ago
A: These are not waterproof but they do have similar characteristics they say are useful in wet conditions.
Billyfz1
Over 8 years ago
A: According to the tag attached to my gloves they are waterproof but not machine washable. They have what Tourmaster refers to as "Rainguard" technology. The tag states that the pores in the gloves are large enough to allow water vapor (body heat & perspiration) to escape, but the pores are too small to allow raindrops to penetrate.
Noc2rn
Over 8 years ago Location: Manteca, Ca.
A: Sure ! , but only to certain degree. More so if you have rain suit. I usually drive during those days...LOL
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