Alpinestars Celsius Heated Gloves Medium £59.99 @ M&P Direct
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Alpinestars Celsius Heated Gloves Medium £59.99 @ M&P Direct

£59.99£99.9940%M&P Direct Deals
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Posted 11th Oct
Features:

A highly durable and comfortable glove incorporating Alpinestars waterproof and breathable DRYSTAR® membrane, the Celsius Heated Glove is the ultimate in cold weather touring glove technology.

Alpinestars active heating system is powered in conjunction with the bikes battery and ensures consistent heating over the whole hand.

Construction

The Celsius Heated Glove features Alpinestars active heating technology, ensuring controlled, consistent, heating over the whole hand. Alpinestars heating technology wraps an ultra-thin and flexible warming layer over the wrist and hand ensuring critical comfort for mile after mile in the winter cold.

Leather and highly-abrasion resistant textile construction with synthetic suede reinforcement for enhanced durability and abrasion resistance.

Alpinestars exclusive DRYSTAR® waterproof and breathable membrane keeps the hands comfortably dry in all weather conditions.



Protection

Over-molded knuckle armor grants impact protection in a critical area.

Additional impact protection provided by padded foam located on top of the fingers and thumb.

Reinforced and padded landing zones and padded wrist reinforcement.

High finger-bridge helps prevent excessive displacement of the 3 rd and 4 th fingers when sliding during an accident.

Reflective detailing on cuff, wrists and fingers enhances rider visibility in poor light conditions.



Heat, comfort and convenience

The battery extension cable connects to the positive and negative side of the battery. Through this you use the included Y Long Splitter cable to connect to the gloves. These cables are long so you have enough length place the cables on your bike safely and feed them through your jacket.

Extensive accordion stretch flex insert across thumb and top of hand for increased maneuverability and comfort.

Accordion flex zone on first two fingers offer improved flexibility on bike controls.

Dual Velcro® wrist closure system, plus elasticated wrist ensures fully adjustable, weather-tight and secure closure.
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Good price. Premium brand. Might be worth adding motorcycle to to the title to avoid comments as above.
brands911/10/2019 23:17

£60 for some gloves. Oh jog on


Why do you open/comment on threads which clearly don't interest you or you can't afford? you were moaning on the Lego thread earlier as well...
brands911/10/2019 23:17

£60 for some gloves. Oh jog on


Lol do you even know what they’re for?
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£60 for some gloves. Oh jog on
Good price. Premium brand. Might be worth adding motorcycle to to the title to avoid comments as above.
Surprised to see alpine stars gloves go so cold, especially with the heated aspect although they are a bit ugly
brands911/10/2019 23:17

£60 for some gloves. Oh jog on


Lol do you even know what they’re for?
Alpinestars8) ....now there’s a blast from the past...they made some brilliant mountain bikes years ago(y)
So handy for alpine pocket billiards I find
brands911/10/2019 23:17

£60 for some gloves. Oh jog on


I think you use them for cycling
Motorbike gloves peoples
brands911/10/2019 23:17

£60 for some gloves. Oh jog on


They are for motorcycling not jogging
Thatgoi12/10/2019 08:25

I think you use them for cycling


Motorcycling, the one thing you don’t want to spend cheap on is your protective gear
brands911/10/2019 23:17

£60 for some gloves. Oh jog on


Why do you open/comment on threads which clearly don't interest you or you can't afford? you were moaning on the Lego thread earlier as well...
toonarmani12/10/2019 10:15

Why do you open/comment on threads which clearly don't interest you or you …Why do you open/comment on threads which clearly don't interest you or you can't afford? you were moaning on the Lego thread earlier as well...


Why did you reply to a comment that clearly doesn’t interest you? It is an open forum so I put my point across just like you did.
brands912/10/2019 10:57

Why did you reply to a comment that clearly doesn’t interest you? It is an …Why did you reply to a comment that clearly doesn’t interest you? It is an open forum so I put my point across just like you did.


Does your point have any basis in personal experience? £60 for heated motorcycle gloves is a great price! I have gerbing which were £150, but only because there was no cheaper alternative available when I bought them.
brands911/10/2019 23:17

£60 for some gloves. Oh jog on



£6.27 for a pen?
£39.99 for a toothbrush?

"Oh, jog on"
Bugger, too big 😔
I bought medium. Fitted them Wednesday. They are very good
heather199918/10/2019 14:39

I bought medium. Fitted them Wednesday. They are very good


Doesn't it make doing basic day to day jobs difficult?

There is no description on that site, on amazon there's this "Comfort and Convenience Battery Connection - Included is the battery extension cable which basically connects to the positive and negative side of the battery. Through this you then use Y Long Splitter also included and connect one end to the battery extension cable and the other end to the gloves. These cables are long so you have enough length place the cables on your bike safely and feed them through your jacket. Extensive Accordian Stretch Flex Insert Across Thumb and Top of Hand - For increased manoeuvrability and comfort leaving you in full control on the bike. Dual Velcro Wrist Closure System - Ensures a full adjustable, weather tight and secure closure to keep a British winter out. YKK Zippered cuff closure - A strong reliable zip that will keep your gloves in place and keep the weather out"


sounds like a right faff, I'm out as I don't do long commutes in the cold.

edit: changed my mind, people are selling these for £80 second hand on eBay bought the remaining stock.
Edited by: "backyard" 18th Oct
Great price for what you get, but for convenience I still prefer heated grips. Don't particularly like being tethered to the bike!
bma144518/10/2019 15:12

Great price for what you get, but for convenience I still prefer heated …Great price for what you get, but for convenience I still prefer heated grips. Don't particularly like being tethered to the bike!



You get used to it. And as it gets colder heated gloves are a godsend - heated grips only keep your palms warm, gloves have heating elements to keep the backs of your hands and fingers warm too.
Got my gloves, no controller, no switch. Annoying. Top quality though. Wife had an angry face.
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