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I have been making and wearing my heated gear eight years. I haven't had much luck getting other riders to DIY this stuff so I decided to begin producing selected heated items. I can add carbon fiber warmth to virtually any glove via a thin integrated liner that stays in place without disturbing the glove or its warranty. I can do a pair of gloves for $80.


I'll do this during the warmer months too when you don't need your winter gloves - so you'll be ready for next winter. Considering the quality of the heated gloves on the market - a better insulated winter glove makes a far better heated glove.

Here's my beloved ReV'it! Alaska gloves now with heat:
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I've often wondered why nobody makes a Gore Tex heated motorcycle glove. Fixed that. :trust:
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Here's a pair of Gore Tex Klim Togwotee gloves I did recently. They came with removable fleece liners that worked perfectly.


I have been searching for the best winter glove value and The Olympia Weather King #4102 might be it. It's all leather, well insulated, has Gore Tex and is quite comfortable. Olympia claims the Weather King is the warmest glove they've ever made.

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< < AND THIS PAIR HAS H E A T ! ! > > :clap:

The stated is size XL but with the integrated liner it would pass for a Large. I am also impressed with the finger and thumb length. My only beef is the textile palm slider is a little cheesy. This is a whole lot of heated glove for $200 shipped and if you're not absolutely thrilled I'll gladly take them back. Just cover return shipping.

http://shop.olympiagloves.com/products/olympia-4102-weatherking-extra-touch

FIRST MESSAGE GETS THIS PAIR!
Paypal $200 to: kphenix600@gmail.com

If you're in the Houston or College Station areas I'll knock ten bucks off for shipping and deliver them and call it an excuse to take a bike trip. :mrgreen:

https://www.facebook.com/Phenix-Flaming-Hot-Heated-Motorcycle-Gear-571738242984574/
 
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Im outside CS & would love to learn how to do heated diy !
Sure. Here's one of my DIY threads. http://www.twtex.com/forums/showthread.php?t=90528
I used 26ga nichrome for years but it was just too brittle. I recently switched to carbon fiber braid which is sooooo much more dependable. It's easier to work with too. Just tell me what you'd like to make and I'll walk you through it.
 
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Can you send me a link on supplier for the controller, carbon fabric & how your powering the gear ?
Have you tried duplicolor vinyl & fabric coating to hold wires in place before covering?
 
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Sure. Here's one of my DIY threads. http://www.twtex.com/forums/showthread.php?t=90528
I used 26ga nichrome for years but it was just too brittle. I recently switched to carbon fiber braid which is sooooo much more dependable. It's easier to work with too. Just tell me what you'd like to make and I'll walk you through it.
Im thinking of gloves & mid section of a jacket. If I can get somewhat proficient at it I'll try the knees is a pr. of riding pants.
I sew deerskin & sheepsking gun socks & gear bags. I could use this skill.
 
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Im thinking of gloves & mid section of a jacket. If I can get somewhat proficient at it I'll try the knees is a pr. of riding pants.
I sew deerskin & sheepsking gun socks & gear bags. I could use this skill.
Sounds like you and I should get together and compare notes. I'll give you a shout next time I ride to Bryan. I'm always looking for more efficient ways to insulate and attach the carbon fiber. As you're probably already aware resistance specs on the carbon fiber are hard to come by - there's trial and error involved.
 
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Sounds like you and I should get together and compare notes. I'll give you a shout next time I ride to Bryan. I'm always looking for more efficient ways to insulate and attach the carbon fiber. As you're probably already aware resistance specs on the carbon fiber are hard to come by - there's trial and error involved.
So try this:
take a known length of the carbon fiber you use and connect an ammeter in SERIES with it. then connect it to the power source and note the amount of current flowing. Use the formula
resistance=voltage/amps
so, if 12 volts causes 2 amps to flow, then resistance=6 ohms
remember, the formula uses WHOLE numbers, if less than 1 amp flows the value changes.
Hope this helps
 
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Sounds like you and I should get together and compare notes. I'll give you a shout next time I ride to Bryan. I'm always looking for more efficient ways to insulate and attach the carbon fiber. As you're probably already aware resistance specs on the carbon fiber are hard to come by - there's trial and error involved.
Sounds good. I'll send you my number. Would like to see some heated gear. I have some rider friends in Illinois who wear it regularly & they love it.
 

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:tab Heated gear is one of those things that it is easy to think you will never need and it is a silly luxury... until you try it! Once you try it, you will be amazed at how much more fun it is to ride when it is cold outside. If your hands are warm, it makes the whole riding experience so much more enjoyable, but also safer!! If you've ever ridden in really cold weather, you know how stiff the hands can get if you are not constantly moving the fingers and operating the clutch and brake lever. If you don't have heated grips, heated gloves are great! Heck, they're great even with the heated grips because the back of the hands can still get pretty cold with just the grips. As for the rest of the body, I find that simply wearing a heated vest (with heated collar) makes a huge difference in how my hands and feet feel. With the core warm, the body will let the blood flow to the extremities and you can really tell the difference. There have been a few times over the years where I thought having heated sleeves would be nice, but I was never uncomfortable during those times with just the vest.
 
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Ken, do you do jacket liners?
Yes Bob, I have done a few using the Freeze Out brand "gilet" from Cycle Gear. Its quality is surprising and the coated fleece is crazy warm. I wear the Freeze Out bottoms too. I can do heat in torso, arms and even collar plus power supply to gloves but it's pretty time consuming. I think the heated base layer format is superior but I can't at this point do it cheaper than what's on the market. I can do torso only pretty cheap. I can also add heat directly to your touring jacket's thermal liner. Just let me know what you have in mind. Is there A Cycle Gear close enough to you to go try one on?

https://kphenix.smugmug.com/Motorcycles/Homemade-Heated-Glove-Jacket/i-7R5fwTz
 
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Would ya do heated boots if I supply them? :duck:
I can do insoles. If you get some insoles (not the gel type) and trim them to fit your boots and send them to me and I can add heat across the top of the toes.

This pair is older with nichrome and SAE plugs but they have worked well for 8 years. New ones would be carbon fiber with standard coaxial plugs.

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:tab Heated gear is one of those things that it is easy to think you will never need and it is a silly luxury... until you try it! Once you try it, you will be amazed at how much more fun it is to ride when it is cold outside. If your hands are warm, it makes the whole riding experience so much more enjoyable, but also safer!! If you've ever ridden in really cold weather, you know how stiff the hands can get if you are not constantly moving the fingers and operating the clutch and brake lever. If you don't have heated grips, heated gloves are great! Heck, they're great even with the heated grips because the back of the hands can still get pretty cold with just the grips. As for the rest of the body, I find that simply wearing a heated vest (with heated collar) makes a huge difference in how my hands and feet feel. With the core warm, the body will let the blood flow to the extremities and you can really tell the difference. There have been a few times over the years where I thought having heated sleeves would be nice, but I was never uncomfortable during those times with just the vest.
Quite right Scott. I originally started building this stuff because I couldn't justify spending the money on heated gear that I would almost never use. Now I'd much rather ride in the 20's than the 90's - and I don't get cold.
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And you're absolutely right that when the core gets cold the body actually restricts blood flow to the extremities thus exacerbating the problem of cold hands and feet. I have never needed heat on my legs and my current liner doesn't have heated arms. I turn on the gloves in the 40's, the jacket liner in the thirties and I don the insoles below freezing or if I'm maintaining highway speed for an extended period. Wind chill is exponential: the lower the temp, the higher the speed, the longer the duration, the greater the the effect. :rider:
 
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I have been searching for the best winter glove value and The Olympia Weather King #4102 might be it. It's all leather, well insulated, has Gore Tex and is quite comfortable. Olympia claims the Weather King is the warmest glove they've ever made.

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< < AND THIS PAIR HAS H E A T ! ! > > :clap:

The stated is size XL but with the integrated liner it would pass for a Large. I am also impressed with the finger and thumb length. My only beef is the textile palm slider is a little cheesy. This is a whole lot of heated glove for $180 shipped and if you're not absolutely thrilled I'll gladly take them back. I'll even cover return shipping.

http://shop.olympiagloves.com/products/olympia-4102-weatherking-extra-touch

FIRST MESSAGE GETS THIS PAIR!
Paypal $180 to: kphenix600@gmail.com

If you're in the Houston or College Station areas I'll knock ten bucks off for shipping and deliver them and call it an excuse to take a bike trip. :mrgreen:
The Olympia's went up on ebay. Happy bidding!
http://www.ebay.com/itm/222019036792?ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&_trksid=p3984.m1555.l2649
Or feel free to make me an offer. I know it's getting late in the season and I really want to get these out there for review. Remember, none of the major heated glove makers offers a Gore Tex motorcycle glove. And if you don't think thses gloves are warmer and more comfortable than what you've got I'll take them back no questions asked.
 
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I am happy to share my experience. I’ve given open source online DIY instruction and also produced custom turn-key heated gear for sale. I believe what some riders are looking for is something in between. So I’ve done the resistance calculation, sourced the materials, made the electrical connections and provided the standard 2.5mm jacks to interface with most heated gear on the market today. All you have to do is sew these completed carbon fiber loops into your gloves and plug them in. The kit sells for $50 which includes postage to the continental US and all the tech support you could stand. I'll even talk you through the installation process over the phone. :trust:
Here's a link to the online instructions so you'll have a better idea what you'll be getting into.
https://kphenix.smugmug.com/Motorcycles/DIY-HEATED-GLOVE-KIT/

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(SOLD) REVIT ALASKA GLOVES WITH HEAT!

Back in 2012 while on an east coast ride I visited Revzilla in Philly and tried on every winter glove in the store. And I bought the ReV'it! Alaska. I bought them a size up to accommodate my heated liners. The Alaska was and is an awesome glove, total goatskin, knuckle protection, poly palm slider, highly insulated and genuine Gore Tex. The Alaska has been discontinued BUT I just scored what might be the last new pair in captivity.

I'm installing my carbon fiber heat in them and they will go to the first taker. The price will be $175 plus $10 shipping. That's a ton of glove for south of two bills. The Alaska retailed for $189 without heat!
They will fit like a size Large. The ones I wear are the same size. I measure 9 1/4" around the palm just behind the knuckles and my index finger measures 2 7/8" and they fit me perfectly.

Here's the old Revzilla video on the Alaska.
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They arrived yesterday and they still have that new leather smell. This much heated glove doesn't exist on the market at any price. If you're not totally thrilled with these gloves for any reason I'll gladly take them back and give you a refund - just cover return postage. :trust:
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* * S O L D ! * * Alpinestars Gore Tex Heated Gloves $140

Here's my latest ebay find. These are new (discontinued) Alpinestars Gore Tex leather/textile winter touring gloves. They're supple, comfortable and roomy. They will fit on the high side of Large, maybe even XL. They have good finger length too. I just finished adding my carbon fiber heat to them and they're ready to ship. First come first serve. :trust:
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Of course if you don't find these gloves warmer than Gyde/Gerbing or if you're not absolutely thrilled with the fit or anything else, I'll take them back and refund your money. Just cover return shipping.


[EDIT] Remember, I can add heat to virtually any pair of gloves for $100. [/EDIT] :trust:
 
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Here's my latest offering:

Lightly used Cabela's winter motorcycle gloves.
All leather, full draw string gauntlet
100 gram Thinsulate
Genuine Gore Tex
Phenix integrated carbon fiber heat
Size Large
$140
:trust:
 
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OLYMPIA WEATHERKING - WITH HEAT! $200

My criteria for a great heated glove includes leather construction, ample insulation and genuine Gore Tex waterproof layer. But that doesn't exist in the current market - except here.
The Olympia Weatherking is one of the best values out there. I have added my carbon fiber heat to several sets and the reviews are glowing, pardon the pun. The last batch I ordered sold as soon as it hit the ground. I'm about to place another order so let me know if you're interested. And if you happen to run across another all leather, Primaloft, Gore Tex carbon fiber heated glove at any price - but especially for two bills, let me know that too. :trust:

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GLOVE DEAL ALERT!!

The Held Freezer II is on closeout at Revzilla for $149. The Held Arctic is still available in larger sizes for $129. Watch the videos. This is a ton of glove for short money. These will be gone in less than a week. Remember to order one size up from what you normally wear and have them shipped to me for heat treatment.
:trust:

http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/held-freezer-ii-gloves
http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/held-arctic-gloves#overview_tab



https://www.facebook.com/Phenix-Flaming-Hot-Heated-Motorcycle-Gear-571738242984574/
 
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Dainese Extreme Foul Weather Gloves

I have been a fan of the Dainese Jerico since its introduction. I just stumbled onto a similar version of this extreme foul weather glove on ebay across the pond. Its primary construction is of an abrasion resistant textile Dainese calls Stone PU. Carbon knuckle and leather palm round the exterior. There's Primaloft insulation too but what's unique is the Gore Tex gaiter under the gauntlet. Any water that runs down the sleeves into the gauntlets is routed out two eyelets on the underside. EXTREME! But don't get too excited - these are MINE! :trust: Just remember I can add heat to virtually any winter glove.
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Revzilla has the Jerico evo size 2XL on closeout for $164.95 ! ! DEAL ! If you're XL send these to me for heat treatment.
http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/dainese-jerico-evo-gore-tex-gloves#overview_tab
 
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* * SOLD! * * Dianese Extreme Foul Weather Gloves

* * SOLD! * * :trust:
I have been a fan of the Dainese Jerico since its introduction. I just stumbled onto a similar version of this extreme foul weather glove on ebay across the pond. Its primary construction is of an abrasion resistant textile Dainese calls Stone PU. Carbon knuckle and leather palm round the exterior. There's Primaloft insulation too but what's unique is the Gore Tex gaiter under the gauntlet. Any water that runs down the sleeves into the gauntlets is routed out two eyelets on the underside. EXTREME! But don't get too excited - these are MINE! :trust: Just remember I can add heat to virtually any winter glove.
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Revzilla has the Jerico evo size 2XL on closeout for $164.95 ! ! DEAL ! If you're XL send these to me for heat treatment.
http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/dainese-jerico-evo-gore-tex-gloves#overview_tab
It is with a heavy heart I post this. :tears: I absolutely love these Dainese gloves - possibly the warmest ones ever. I wanted so much to wear them but after a quick test ride I had to come to the realization my fingers are just too long.

So if you wear an American size Large and you don't have longer than average digits, these gloves can be yours for $200 + $10 shipping. Higher wattage, Gore Tex with gauntlet gaiters, Primaloft, carbon knuckles - there is simply NOTHING like them on the market at any price.
 
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** S O L D ** Gordon's Heated Gloves $140

* * SOLD! * * :trust:
I was so glad to learn the original Gerbing family was back in business I actually bought a pair of "Gordon's" deerskin gloves. Gordon Gerbing invented heated motorcycle gear back in the 70's. The workmanship of the Churchill Glove company is impeccable, the deerskin is very supple which makes the gloves insanely comfortable. But alas, they're not "mine" and I have no need for them. I have worn them only a handful of times. I have carried them as backups which I haven't needed. They are size XL and cut for average length fingers. I normally wear a L but I have longer than average fingers. These gloves retail for $245 but I'll let this pair go for $140. :trust:
(gloves only - wiring harness not included)
http://gordonsheated.com/heated_gloves.html
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Re: Gordon's Heated Gloves $140

I was so glad to learn the original Gerbing family was back in business I actually bought a pair of "Gordon's" deerskin gloves. Gordon Gerbing invented heated motorcycle gear back in the 70's. The workmanship of the Churchill Glove company is impeccable, the deerskin is very supple which makes the gloves insanely comfortable. But alas, they're not "mine" and I have no need for them. I have worn them only a handful of times. I have carried them as backups which I haven't needed. They are size XL and cut for average length fingers. I normally wear a L but I have longer than average fingers. These gloves retail for $245 but I'll let this pair go for $140. :trust:
(gloves only - wiring harness not included)
http://gordonsheated.com/heated_gloves.html
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In Rochester Mn at the Mayo clinic for a week and have not seen or heard a bike since I have been in town. So far the high temp was 24 yesterday and a couple or so days ago the high was -3.

Have you tried to sell your heated goodies on advrider? Might get more attention than twtex.

Ken
 
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Re: Gordon's Heated Gloves $140

Have you tried to sell your heated goodies on advrider? Might get more attention than twtex.

Ken
Yes, thanks. I have a similar thread going on adv. I have a Facebook page too. So far just about all my business is by word of mouth. I always appreciate a good word.
 
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EBAY DEAL ALERT!

The ReV'it! Taurus replaced the Alaska as the brand's flagship foul weather glove. And it has a Gore Tex gauntlet gaiter to prevent water running down the sleeve from getting into the glove. The Taurus retails for $249. This listing has them for $186!

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Revit-Taurus-GTX-Gore-Tex-Motorcycle-Gloves-Winter-Adventure-Motorcycle-Revit/152331680259?_trksid=p2047675.c100005.m1851&_trkparms=aid=222007&algo=SIC.MBE&ao=2&asc=40808&meid=b0e54b096244460189e58c0ae721ab9b&pid=100005&rk=4&rkt=6&sd=282089478665

Remember to order one size up and send them to me for heat. There's no heated glove on the market at any price anywhere near this extreme.
 
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CLEARANCE SALE!

I'm basically giving these gloves away at $105 + $10 shipping.
I normally charge $100 to add heat to YOUR gloves.
These gently used Cabela's gloves are made of quality leather.
The fit is roomy but I'm calling them Large due to finger length.
But if you're an XL with short thick fingers these gloves are for you.
You'd be hard pressed to get this much glove for short money.
And they'll be warmer than any heated glove you've ever worn or your money back. :trust:
Here's my latest offering:

Lightly used Cabela's winter motorcycle gloves.
All leather, full draw string gauntlet
100 gram Thinsulate
Genuine Gore Tex
Phenix integrated carbon fiber heat
Size Large
$140
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Thanks to Hurricane Harvey I'll be bikeless for a while. Before mucking out the house after 7 feet of flood water took all my free time I had gotten a pretty good head start building heated gloves for this winter. Thank goodness they were upstairs high and dry and totally unscathed. All are new with tags, include 100% leather exterior, Primaloft insulation, Gore Tex waterproof layer, Phenix carbon fiber heat and shipping to the lower 48.

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Left: Olympia 4102 WeatherKing. (Size XL) Good cowhide & huge gauntlets. The WeatherKing is possibly the best winter glove value out there. $210

Center: Original Held Freezer. (two pair size L) Incredibly supple leather means easy break-in, suprising lightweight feel and tactile sensation for such a well insulated glove. $200

Right: Held Freezer II (size L) Among the most robust and impeccably crafted gloves I've seen. They might be the warmest too. And with heat they'll laugh at single digit temperatures. I paid more to get them but they're well worth it. $260

Give me a shout if interested. 409-363-1417
 
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Left: Olympia 4102 WeatherKing. (Size XL) Good cowhide & huge gauntlets. The WeatherKing is possibly the best winter glove value out there. $210

Center: Original Held Freezer. (two pair size L) Incredibly supple leather means easy break-in, suprising lightweight feel and tactile sensation for such a well insulated glove. $200

Right: Held Freezer II (size L) Among the most robust and impeccably crafted gloves I've seen. They might be the warmest too. And with heat they'll laugh at single digit temperatures. I paid more to get them but they're well worth it. $260

Give me a shout if interested. 409-363-1417
UPDATE

The XL WeatherKing's sold almost immediately. They are the flagship of the current Olympia line and I can have a pair ready in less than 2 weeks. Just let me know your size.

The Freezer II's just sold also. That might have been the last pair in captivity. I kinda hated to see them go. I will keep trolling the web as well as dealer stock for more Freezer ll's. Awesome gloves!
 
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UPDATE:

I'm still operating out of our alternate location, Mom's house. (Screw you Harvey!) But I'm happy to report this is the busiest heated glove season ever. I can order new Olympia WeatherKings, add heat and have them on your hands in about 10 days. The total is $210 shipped within the US.
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I can also add my high wattage carbon fiber integrated liners to virtually any winter glove. The charge to add heat to your gloves is $110 including return shipping.

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Here's some recent reviews:
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Then there's the math:
The average heated glove reads around 13 ohms at the plug. Some manufacturers make adhoc wattage claims - but ohms don't lie.

13.8v / 13 ohms = 1.06 amps
13.8v x 1.06 amps = 14.64 watts

My sealed carbon fiber heating elements read around 9.3 ohms.

13.8v / 9.3 ohms = 1.48 amps
13.8v x 1.48 amps = 20.47 watts

Call me anytime. 409-363-1417
 

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