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Measure around a flat hand at the knuckles; do not include your thumb. Also measure your hand length from the base of your palm to the end if your middle finger. Use the larger of the two measurements to select your glove size.


Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good not great Well-made, well-fitting, and easy-to-use gloves. On the "high" setting, these will definitely keep your hands warmer than non-heated gloves at temps of about 20 and above. But for lower temps, or in windy conditions, I find the heat output insufficient. In these conditions, I need to use a pair of over-mitts, which will slow heat loss and improve performance (though, of course, the mitts reduce the dexterity that you otherwise get with gloves). There's a limited amount of heat that any batteries can supply, no matter how well-made. Bottom line: I like these gloves and am glad I got them, but they're not the super-toasty all-condition gloves I was hoping for.
Date published: 2015-01-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointing I used my OR Stormtracker Heated Gloves for the first time on a day hike in the Cascades when the temperature was 29 to 35 degrees F. With fully charged batteries, I turned on and set the gloves to medium when leaving the trailhead. Instead of 5-hours of heat, one glove only lasted 3-hours while the 2nd glove lasted 4-hours. When the gloves were working, set on medium, they could barely keep my hands semi-warm. In addition the gloves on/off switch blocked GPS signals from reaching my Suunto GPS watch. I normally love OR products but found these gloves very disappointing.
Date published: 2015-11-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from No more frozen fingers I'm using my Stormtracker heated gloves a lot as we are having a very cold winter in Idaho. I primarily use them for winter bike riding where you need dexterity, but your hands can get brutally cold on the downhills. While the heat produced seems moderate at first, the fact that it radiates all the way down the fingers keeps even a sub-zero day tolerable, and the ability to adjust the heat helps to regulate the ups and downs. The batteries can be a little fiddley, and depending on electronics for warmth is a bit unnerving, but they have been good for several hours of riding on high, and are pretty warm even when off. Note that they are not recommended for use with an avy beacon, so I don't use them for backcountry touring.
Date published: 2017-01-29
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Warm Enough for the Coldest Ice Routes Despite the battery and warming hardware, these tactile and dextrous gloves don't feel clunky or overbuilt. They are awesome for hard mixed/ice routes, even when it's frigid!
Date published: 2015-01-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Heated gloves really work For temperatures in the teens or 20's F, these gloves work well. For temps close to and below zero, they are too thin on their own even on high setting, but worked great on low setting (8 hours of heat) inside a mitten shell. Medium setting is good for 5 hours; high setting only for 2.5 hours. The gloves are thin and light so easy to manipulate boots, zippers, etc. with them on. I'm very glad I invested in them.
Date published: 2017-01-16
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Excellent intent with flawed design Have used these gloves for 2 winters now so I've learned the ins a outs fairly well. First off, great dexterity in weather down to about -10C. They're not thick, and that's how they're designed. They're not waterproof, so using them in wet snow for hours is not recommended. They last a couple hours on high, but I often find medium is enough heat to keep my hands just right when standing around for hours outside on set. The battery system is the biggest flaw here. I've gone through 3 sets, mainly due to their design. The batts sit in the gloves under your wrists, so dozens of times every day they come in contact with all different surfaces...trees, rocks, tables, walls, etc etc. Very quickly I have found the batt packs lose their rigidity and eventually the cable contacts get lose and fail altogether. Secondly, the cable connection to the gloves is very thin and fragile, does not lock, and when the batts aren't in the gloves, I'm always wary of bending the connection. Best advice I can give: make the connection simple and locking, like a locking full size USB port, those are much more durable and in a pinch you could swap it out yourself if need be. The battery pack should be one slim rectangular unit, not 2 slim packs held together by a cable and black wrap, it just doesn't last. High quality lithium cells is a must here, they should hold their charge on the shelf for more than a week. Again, great idea and a great crack at it, but not durable enough for regular outdoor field use.
Date published: 2016-12-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Worked Great at 0 degrees Used for first time this weekend skiing when it was 0. Had on med and High. Hands stayed warm. Battery life is ok. Took a while to get used to the feel because they aren't bulky. Seems like you should have on thicker gloves. Batteries lasted about 3.5 hrs. That was the first charge for them so they should get a little better.
Date published: 2017-01-07
Rated 1 out of 5 by from OR Heated Gloves I have cold hands most of the time and had been using hand warmers and heavy mittens when I go outside. I bought these with the hopes of ditching the hand warmers. The gloves do not generate enough heat to keep my hands warm in cooler temps - like below 40 degrees. I have gone back to my old standby of hand warmers and will return these. They are pretty pricey and I was hoping for more warmth.
Date published: 2016-01-09
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Questions & Answers

I have a disease that makes me lose,circulation in my finger tips when it's cold out. I live in Idaho and am looking for something that really warms m finger tips. My hands are just fine with normal gloves. How well do these heat the finger tips?

Asked by: Fireman Bob
​These gloves are a great choice for folks that have poor circulation. Powered by batteries, these gloves give additional heat (3 different settings) throughout the entire hand, not just the fingers.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-12-21

Do these gloves heat the thumb and the hand as well as the fingers?

Asked by: michellewyn
​The heat reaches every finger (thumb included) up to the first knuckle. The heat radiates out from the back of the hand to other parts of the glove.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-12-21

do outdoor research lucent gloves interfere with gps signals?

Asked by: Steven VAldes
We have not received any feedback regarding these gloves interfering with GPS technology.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-10-12
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