The women's Hellfire battery heated gloves
MSRP - $424.99
| In stock
If keeping your hands warm on cold days is important to you, then you should invest in a pair of Seirus Hellfire battery heated gloves. And if you have a circulation problem like Reynuad's disease, a battery heated glove puts the heat right where you need it. There are three heat setting so you determine the amount of heat you need to keep your hands warm. The Seirus Hellfire heated gloves are made with high quality leather that stays soft in cold weather and resists water. Use them for skiing, snowboarding, sledding, walking the dog, or any outdoor activity in cold weather.
Features of the women's Seirus Hellfire heated gloves
HEAT DURATION You have three heat settings that are operated by a touch of a button on the back of the hand.
LOW (green light) for up to 12 hours of heat.
MEDIUM (yellow light) for up to 8 hours of heat.
HIGH red light) for up to 4 hours of heat.
BATTERIES 4 small, long lasting, rechargable 3000 mAh lithium ion batteries power the heat. 2 in each glove which fit neatly into a zippered pocket on the inside of the wrist. Batteries can be easily removed for replacement.
THE CHARGER The battery charger works in any 110v outlet in North America and will charge both batteries at the same time in about 6 hours when the batteries are completely dead.
HEATING ELEMENT The Seirus Flexible Fusion Heat Panel extends up the back of the thumb and fingers then wraps over the top and down the palm side of the fingers and thumb keeping your fingers extra warm and delivering heat right where you need it most.
CONSTRUCTION Without the heat, this glove would easily cost $150. The outer shell is made of 80% weather proof Premium full-grain leather with Polyester and Lycra. Then Seirus installed a waterproof, windproof, breathable insert to keep your hands dry. The inner liner is made of 100% ployester and includes Thinsulate insulation to keep the heat trapped in.
SoftTouch index finger so you can work your smartphone without removing your gloves. We think this is smart.
A gauntlet wrist with drawstring helps keep out the snow and cold.
A small watertight zipper pouch on the back of the hand store lipstick, money, credit cards, and more.
Includes a compact, packable travel bag for storing the gloves, charger, and batteries.
Our comments: We know these heated gloves are expensive gloves, but the quality of the gloves, the comfortable fit, and ease of operating the heat is worth every penny when you have warm hands on the slopes.