Heated Clothing and Accessories
This adapter is designed for snowmobiles with an outlet for a heated visor. The cable includes a passthough so the visor and gloves can be used simultaneously.
Thin, Form Fitting Liner: Their snug, form fit provides optimum conductivity to transfer heat to your hands quickly. Designed with a thin breathable material so they can help clear out sweat and moisture in case things get a little too hot! The gloves can be comfortably used on their own, or in conjunction with an external shell like ski gloves or work gloves.
MOTIONHeat Rechargeable Heated Glove Liners MOTIONHeat Rechargeable Heated Glove Liners were designed in Calgary, Canada. They were originally designed for cyclists to extend their riding season into the cold months. Canadian winters are no joke, and cycling in winter is typically only for the bold. But over the last several years, the reach of MOTIONHeat had spread far beyond our expectations. They have been widely adopted by outdoor workers ranging from police officers to construction workers to those who work in the tough oil fields. These heated gloves have also found its way into the medical sector providing comfort and relief to those suffering from pain in the hands caused by diseases like Raynaud's and arthritis. Our heated glove liners have proven useful in battling the cold of the Canadian winters throughout various environments, yet they can provide the soft comforting warmth to those with poor circulation in their hands. If you are looking for a source of heat to keep your fingers flexible and warm MOTIONHeat has proven quality and performance for any situation. And with a one-year warranty, they are simply the best heated glove available. MOTIONHeat gloves are perfect for use for: Fall & Winter Cycling or Running Skiing & Snowshoeing Hunting & Ice Fishing Hockey & Curling Roofing contractors Policemen & Soldiers Postal, Newspaper, & Flyer Delivery Motorcycle, ATV & Snowmobile Riding Walking the dog Therapeutic Uses: Arthritis, Raynaud's or Multiple Sclerosis patients that require heat to increase blood flow circulation
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