Gerbing T5 Hybrid Heated Gloves

Posted on: October 7th, 2013 by Road Rider MCA No Comments


Plug in your Gerbing T5 Hybrid Gloves or cast the cables to the wind and ride free. The T5s can be powered by your bike’s battery along with the rest of your Gerbing gear, or by small 12 volt battery packs that zip right into the cuffs of the gloves.

It’s easy to connect the Gerbing battery harness that comes with your T5 gloves to your motorcycle’s battery. From there you can plug in your heated gloves and other Gerbing apparel for non-stop, on-the-go heat. The optional battery packs are an instant alternative power source that will go wherever you go, and fit right into the T5’s zippered cuff pockets. They are sold separately as a pair, come with a wall charger, and provide about an hour and a half of heat on high power before needing to be recharged.

If you’ve never used heated gear before, visit us to try some out and see how it works. When you’re ready, we’ll walk you through the system. Getting started is really easy. Click HERE to read our Heated Gear Guide.

Gerbing T5 Hybrid Heated Gloves

  • Can be powered by Gerbing’s 12 volt Hybrid lithium-ion battery pack (sold separately) with its built-in microprocessor temp controller, or by your bike’s battery
  • Heats the length of each finger, including thumb and back of hand
  • Made with premium, supple, drum-dyed leather
  • Soft tricot fleece lining with 100g of Thinsulate® lining
  • Incorporates Gerbing’s Microwire® heating technology that uses micro-sized heating fibers to surround the hand with warmth
  • Gerbing’s Coreheat12 series is powered by 12 volt DC power source
  • Internal waterproof and breathable membrane
  • Includes battery harness and y-harness for routing through jacket sleeves
  • 2.2 amps, 27 watts
  • Max temperature: 35°F

Options

  • Available in 2XS-3XL
  • Optional kit with 2 12 volt battery packs and wall charger sold separately
  • On/Off switch, temperature controllers, and other accessories sold separately


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