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Some riders prefer the brave the cold and continue riding the motorcycle in winter rather than park it for the off-season and drive a car or truck instead. But riding in cold weather without proper protection is not only unpleasant but also unsafe. Due to cold, your body limits the circulation in your limbs to rush more blood to more vital organs in the core to keep them warm as long as possible. That is why it’s your toes and hands are the first to suffer the consequences of cold weather riding.

Heated gear can solve this problem by keeping your body warm even when the mercury drops way below zero. Our heated gloves, socks, insoles, jacket liners, and pants have heating elements inside that could be powered by rechargeable batteries or draw power straight from the electrical system of your Ducati 939. The latter is great for long-distance trips, and you can be sure that your gear will not drain your batteries and leave you to freeze on the road.

Joe Rocket® - Rocket Burner Men's Leather Gloves - MOTORCYCLEiD.com
https://www.motorcycleid.com/joe-rocket/joe-rocket-rocket-burner-leather-gloves-1966105843.html

Features:
Premium Leather outer construction
Stainless core heating system
3 Stage heat setting with up to 4 hours of capacity
Conductive materials at the finger tips and thumb for instant touchscreen access
Waterproof, breathable, windproof HiPora® liner
Lumidex® highly reflective panels on forefingers
Full leather palm
Articulated Full Flex™ panels over knuckles for mobility
Integrated 100% Polyurethane knuckle armor
High-density padding on fingers
Adjustable cuff closure
Reflective stripes
Shield wiper on the thumb

FirstGear® - 12V Heated Men's Jacket Liner - MOTORCYCLEiD.com
https://www.motorcycleid.com/firstgear/firstgear-12v-heated-jacket-liner-1917733073.html

Features:
The classic Heated Jacket Liner designed to keep the rider warm.
It comes in men's and women's specific fits.
Form-fitted to be worn close to the body for optimal heat transfer.
Liners built to be temperature neutral to allow wearing when active heating isn't necessary.

Warm & Safe® - Generation WindBlock Men's Heated Pants Liner – MOTORCYCLEiD.com
https://www.motorcycleid.com/warm-and-safe/warm-and-safe-generation-windblock-mens-heated-pants-liner-2223853399.html


Features:
48W of Heat using New Soft Heat Pure Science Heating Method
Stretch Gelanots in front as a wind stop
Anti-bacterial, Moisture Management Spandex to keep heat against the body
Pocket Designed for to take the Remote Heat-troller
Single or Dual Controller Functionality
Packs into its included zippered pouch
Built to offer excellent functionality and quality
Perfect to enhance your comfort and safety

Gobi Heat® - Tread Heated Socks - MOTORCYCLEiD.com
https://www.motorcycleid.com/gobi-heat/gobi-heat-tread-heated-socks-1882690125.html

Features:
Long length to keep you toasty
Green, Amber, or Red LED light clearly shows the selected setting for clear, easy-to-understand use
Battery pocket sits above your boots
Machine washable: Gentle cycle
TREAD HEATED SOCKS: Heat right where you need in - at the toes
Thick and cozy while fitting nicely into boots/shoes, ski/snowboard boots
Remotely controlled temperature
3 heat level settings: Low, Medium, and High
Steel-fiber heating elements
BATTERY: 2 Ultra-slim 2400 mAh/7.4 volt Li-Po battery
Battery charge level indicator
Runs for up to 12 hours on a single charge
Compact Micro USB charger included
MATERIALS: 100% Cotton

ActionHeat® - Rechargeable Battery Heated Insoles - MOTORCYCLEiD.com
https://www.motorcycleid.com/actionheat/actionheat-rechargeable-battery-heated-insoles-1736386566.html

Features:
Heats up to 130F for up to 8+ hours
Easy-to-use wireless remote control with 3 heat settings
An integrated heating system with built-in 3.7V rechargeable batteries
Ultra-thin and lightweight design for maximum comfort
Fits in all types of footwear, shoes, and boots
The highest grade materials and the latest technologies
Fabric: Deodorized breathable fleece-lined soft shell
Estimated Heating Times:
High (III): 130F - 3+ Hours
Medium (II): 110F - 5+ Hours
Low (I): 110F - 8+ Hours
ActionHeat Insole Sizing:
Cut-to-fit adjustable sizing with an easy guide.
S/M: Men's 4-9, Women's 5.5-10
L/XL: Men's 9.5+, Women's 10.5+

These products are just a few samples from our store.
Go to the product page for more information.
Press the "shop now" button to browse the full catalog of heated gear at MOTORCYCLEiD.com

If you have any questions, feel free to ask me or call 888.903.4344 (toll free) to speak with one of our specialists.​
 

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If heated gloves are of interest, would recommend the Highway 21 over the Joe Rocket. I tried both, and the 21s are better imo. Also did a write up. Price seems to have gone up on the 21s everywhere though. The retailer on this page appears to carry both brands.
 

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Do we get any discounts?
We do have coupon codes available on some of our products. You can look them up on this page: https://www.motorcycleid.com/coupon-codes.html
While we offer discounts on most of the products on our site, there still may be some restrictions on certain brands and product types, so discounts may not apply to them. If you don't see a coupon code for the part that you have selected, please contact our sales department at 888.903.4344 or chat online and inquire for a discount! Our sales guys will be glad to assist you!
Thank you!

If heated gloves are of interest, would recommend the Highway 21 over the Joe Rocket. I tried both, and the 21s are better imo. Also did a write up. Price seems to have gone up on the 21s everywhere though. The retailer on this page appears to carry both brands.
Thanks for your feedback! Agree 100%. These gloves are great:
Highway 21® - Radiant Men's Heated Gloves
 

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Actually im not too concerned of heating element but gauntlet cold weather gloves would help. But i think most cold weather gloves make it a tad bit difficult to ride with, because of all the insulation
 

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Yes, agree, takes some getting used to the extra bulk of winter gloves, heated or not.

Whatever works for each of us, but for me, I’m glad to have the heat when temps drop to low 50s, 40s, 30s, or sometimes 20s.
 

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