Skiing and snowboarding are winter sports, and the thing about winter is that it tends to be very cold. Some people are more sensitive than others, especially with their fingers. Mittens or even undergloves no longer provide optimal effectiveness against the cold and sometimes the weather can be so cold that it is almost impossible for anyone to stay comfortable. Fortunately, in the last couple of years alone, technology (especially longer battery life) has come to the rescue. If you suffer from cold hands on the slopes, a heated ski glove will make a difference. Heated ski gloves are a state-of-the-art piece of equipment to keep you warm. This same technology also works for other cold weather activities, ice fishing, snowmobiling, sledding, snowshoeing ...
Heated Gloves for Skiing are like normal ski gloves, but use the battery as an internal heat source to provide extra warmth for skiers who suffer from cold weather or who ski in extreme temperatures. All gloves typically have rechargeable batteries that can be charged from any wall outlet. The batteries are flexible and lightweight, and can be easily integrated into the gloves without interfering with your wrist.
Polar fleece gloves have been used in skiing and snowboarding since the creation of these sports. They are not only an element of comfort, they are also important for safety and fun. They are indispensable for cold temperatures in the mountains.
Heated gloves are the new must-have products on the market at the moment. The best heated ski gloves generally try to achieve three main goals: warming the hands, keeping their compact shape, and being easy to recharge after a day on the slopes. You can also find mitten gloves and there are many variations between pairs, i.e. how long a charge lasts, which parts of the hands they heat, the number of liners, the type of materials (Neoprene, Gore-tex...) and so on.
We advise you to accompany our heated glove with warm equipment such as a jacket, scarf or even a cap to best prepare you for extreme outdoor temperatures.