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Heated ski gloves

To remain a pleasure, winter sports require technical, insulating and waterproof products. In short, products that provide good thermal insulation, but are also breathable to cope with the sometimes extreme outside temperatures.

G-Heat heated ski gloves are specially designed for winter sports, ensuring the highest level of comfort and warmth.

G-Heat heated ski gloves are specially designed for winter sports, ensuring the highest level of comfort and warmth.
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      Body thermoregulation

      Man is a homeotherm: a living being whose constant average temperature is independent of the surrounding environment...

      Resisting cold, adapting to heat, maintaining a constant internal temperature of around 37°C, whatever your metabolic rate or the temperature of the surrounding environment: this is the principle of thermoregulation.

      When a person is exposed to the cold for too long, their body may become unable to maintain an adequate temperature to function properly. If the oral temperature falls below 35°C, the person is hypothermic.

      Hyperthermia, on the other hand, is a rise in body temperature caused by an accumulation of heat. This phenomenon occurs particularly in the event of sunstroke or heatwave.

      Too much cold or too much heat is a source of discomfort, and can even lead to injuries such as frostbite...

      Why are hands and feet more exposed to the cold?

      Feet and hands are the first limbs affected by the sensation of cold, mainly due to reduced blood circulation at these levels. In addition to a sensation of local cold, this creates a loss of motricity and overall body fatigue.

      The brain, alerted by this unpleasant sensation, triggers a surge of energy to warm the hands and feet, without success for the most sensitive.

      For example, people with Raynaud's disease (3-12% of men and 6-20% of women are affected). This is followed by a feeling of weakness accompanied by shivering.

      The benefits of heated garments

      To (re)act when the body can no longer do so, and to prevent the risks associated with the cold, G-Heat has developed a range of heated garments to provide continuous warmth, well-being and comfort during your activities.

      High-performance garments for outdoor activities in cold weather, which can even be used without batteries when temperatures remain cool but bearable, but also as comfort aids for anyone suffering from the cold.

      Heated clothing for winter sports, the complementary range

      In addition to heated gloves for skiing, there are other products to keep you protected from the cold during winter sports.  

      Heated jackets & down jackets 

      Thin and light, G-Heat heated jackets and down jackets can be worn as undercoats for sleeveless items, or used for après-ski outings for down jackets. 

      See heated jackets and down jackets G-Heat

      Heated socks

      G-Heat heated socks have been designed for nomadic outdoor activities in cold weather, alternating phases of effort and rest. They fit perfectly into your ski boots.

      See heated socks

       

      What are the warmest ski gloves?

      There are different types of ski gloves, each with different warmth characteristics. Leather and wool gloves are generally considered the warmest, as they offer good thermal insulation. Gore-Tex gloves can also offer good warmth, as they are windproof and waterproof, but can be less warm. It is also possible to find heated ski gloves, equipped with a heating system for optimum extra warmth.

      That said, to know which are the warmest, it's important to check the lining padding using insulating materials, the level of waterproofing and the level of breathability.

      All these features come together in G-Heat heated ski gloves.

      How do you protect your hands from the cold?

      There are several ways to protect your hands from the cold when skiing:

      • Wear heated gloves or warm mittens: as mentioned above, G-Heat heated ski gloves will keep you warm for hours. The integrated heating system ensures optimum warmth.
      • Use sleeves to cover the wrists: covering the wrists prevents the cold from penetrating the sleeves of clothing and passing through to the hands.

      How to choose the right size of ski gloves?

      To choose the right heated ski gloves for your hand, take a few measurements.

      Using a tape measure or ruler, take the following measurements

      1. Measure the length of your hand, from the tip of your middle finger to your wrist.
      2. Measure the length of the middle finger
      3. Measure the circumference of your hand (without the thumb)

      What are heated ski gloves?

      Ski gloves are an essential part of any skier's equipment, as cold hands can quickly ruin a ski outing.

      Heated ski gloves fall into the category of winter gloves: they can be used without the battery in milder weather conditions.

      The removable battery, located at wrist level, powers small filaments distributed throughout the glove. The temperature can be adjusted via the battery, which is located in a small pocket on the back of the hand, so as not to disturb the user of the heated ski glove. These ski gloves are easily rechargeable and offer up to 6 hours of autonomy.

      Why wear heated ski gloves?

       

      Warm ski gloves

      Warm ski gloves are an undeniable asset for your comfort and safety in winter sports. Some people with Raynaud's syndrome suffer from severe pain in their fingertips, but that shouldn't prevent them from enjoying the joys of winter. Whether you need very warm women's ski gloves or men's ski gloves, this is an essential accessory not to be overlooked.

      Comfortable heated ski gloves

      Heated ski gloves must be comfortable and waterproof, that's undeniable, but they must also allow good mobility and offer ideal thermal insulation. The G-Heat heated ski gloves, with double tab adjustment and drawcord, ensure perfect waterproofing for your winter outings. The tactile index and windproof lining combine comfort and efficiency to perfection.

      Heated ski gloves for safety

      The heated ski glove is the skier's safety asset, since a perfect grip means he'll be ready to go in an emergency. It's important to remember that cold, snowy conditions over long periods can damage the hands, making them less effective. So opt for a good pair of heated gloves to protect you from the cold and warm your hands when you're out skiing.

      How do you get your heated ski gloves to work?

      Before using them for the first time, fully charge the batteries for 12 hours. Thereafter, we recommend recharging your batteries before and after each use, to get the most out of your heated ski glove.

      It's also important to charge your batteries thoroughly at the end of each winter season, or before any long period of storage.

      We strongly recommend charging them at least every 3/4 months.

      How to care for your heated ski gloves

      To properly maintain and clean your heated ski gloves, there are a few rules to follow:

      • Hand wash in clean water, do not immerse heated gloves.
      • They should not be tumble-dried.
      • Be sure to remove the battery before washing.
      • Do not wring out gloves to avoid damaging the heating system.

      You'll find all the care instructions for each model on the product pages.

      Specially created for powder lovers, G-Heat heated ski gloves are designed to offer the highest level of comfort and protection during winter sports. For the pleasure of skiing without the cold in your hands, opt for heated ski gloves.

      THERMOREGULATION

      Body thermoregulation

      Man is a homeotherm: a living being whose constant average temperature is independent of the surrounding environment...

      Resisting cold, adapting to heat, maintaining a constant internal temperature of around 37°C, whatever your metabolic rate or the temperature of the surrounding environment: this is the principle of thermoregulation.

      When a person is exposed to the cold for too long, their body may become unable to maintain an adequate temperature to function properly. If the oral temperature falls below 35°C, the person is hypothermic.

      Hyperthermia, on the other hand, is a rise in body temperature caused by an accumulation of heat. This phenomenon occurs particularly in the event of sunstroke or heatwave.

      Too much cold or too much heat is a source of discomfort, and can even lead to injuries such as frostbite...

      Why are hands and feet more exposed to the cold?

      Feet and hands are the first limbs affected by the sensation of cold, mainly due to reduced blood circulation at these levels. In addition to a sensation of local cold, this creates a loss of motricity and overall body fatigue.

      The brain, alerted by this unpleasant sensation, triggers a surge of energy to warm the hands and feet, without success for the most sensitive.

      For example, people with Raynaud's disease (3-12% of men and 6-20% of women are affected). This is followed by a feeling of weakness accompanied by shivering.

      The benefits of heated garments

      To (re)act when the body can no longer do so, and to prevent the risks associated with the cold, G-Heat has developed a range of heated garments to provide continuous warmth, well-being and comfort during your activities.

      High-performance garments for outdoor activities in cold weather, which can even be used without batteries when temperatures remain cool but bearable, but also as comfort aids for anyone suffering from the cold.

      TYPES OF ACTIVITY

      Heated clothing for winter sports, the complementary range

      In addition to heated gloves for skiing, there are other products to keep you protected from the cold during winter sports.  

      Heated jackets & down jackets 

      Thin and light, G-Heat heated jackets and down jackets can be worn as undercoats for sleeveless items, or used for après-ski outings for down jackets. 

      See heated jackets and down jackets G-Heat

      Heated socks

      G-Heat heated socks have been designed for nomadic outdoor activities in cold weather, alternating phases of effort and rest. They fit perfectly into your ski boots.

      See heated socks

       

      FEATURES

      What are the warmest ski gloves?

      There are different types of ski gloves, each with different warmth characteristics. Leather and wool gloves are generally considered the warmest, as they offer good thermal insulation. Gore-Tex gloves can also offer good warmth, as they are windproof and waterproof, but can be less warm. It is also possible to find heated ski gloves, equipped with a heating system for optimum extra warmth.

      That said, to know which are the warmest, it's important to check the lining padding using insulating materials, the level of waterproofing and the level of breathability.

      All these features come together in G-Heat heated ski gloves.

      How do you protect your hands from the cold?

      There are several ways to protect your hands from the cold when skiing:

      • Wear heated gloves or warm mittens: as mentioned above, G-Heat heated ski gloves will keep you warm for hours. The integrated heating system ensures optimum warmth.
      • Use sleeves to cover the wrists: covering the wrists prevents the cold from penetrating the sleeves of clothing and passing through to the hands.

      How to choose the right size of ski gloves?

      To choose the right heated ski gloves for your hand, take a few measurements.

      Using a tape measure or ruler, take the following measurements

      1. Measure the length of your hand, from the tip of your middle finger to your wrist.
      2. Measure the length of the middle finger
      3. Measure the circumference of your hand (without the thumb)
      ADVANTAGES

      What are heated ski gloves?

      Ski gloves are an essential part of any skier's equipment, as cold hands can quickly ruin a ski outing.

      Heated ski gloves fall into the category of winter gloves: they can be used without the battery in milder weather conditions.

      The removable battery, located at wrist level, powers small filaments distributed throughout the glove. The temperature can be adjusted via the battery, which is located in a small pocket on the back of the hand, so as not to disturb the user of the heated ski glove. These ski gloves are easily rechargeable and offer up to 6 hours of autonomy.

      Why wear heated ski gloves?

       

      Warm ski gloves

      Warm ski gloves are an undeniable asset for your comfort and safety in winter sports. Some people with Raynaud's syndrome suffer from severe pain in their fingertips, but that shouldn't prevent them from enjoying the joys of winter. Whether you need very warm women's ski gloves or men's ski gloves, this is an essential accessory not to be overlooked.

      Comfortable heated ski gloves

      Heated ski gloves must be comfortable and waterproof, that's undeniable, but they must also allow good mobility and offer ideal thermal insulation. The G-Heat heated ski gloves, with double tab adjustment and drawcord, ensure perfect waterproofing for your winter outings. The tactile index and windproof lining combine comfort and efficiency to perfection.

      Heated ski gloves for safety

      The heated ski glove is the skier's safety asset, since a perfect grip means he'll be ready to go in an emergency. It's important to remember that cold, snowy conditions over long periods can damage the hands, making them less effective. So opt for a good pair of heated gloves to protect you from the cold and warm your hands when you're out skiing.

      USE COUNCIL

      How do you get your heated ski gloves to work?

      Before using them for the first time, fully charge the batteries for 12 hours. Thereafter, we recommend recharging your batteries before and after each use, to get the most out of your heated ski glove.

      It's also important to charge your batteries thoroughly at the end of each winter season, or before any long period of storage.

      We strongly recommend charging them at least every 3/4 months.

      How to care for your heated ski gloves

      To properly maintain and clean your heated ski gloves, there are a few rules to follow:

      • Hand wash in clean water, do not immerse heated gloves.
      • They should not be tumble-dried.
      • Be sure to remove the battery before washing.
      • Do not wring out gloves to avoid damaging the heating system.

      You'll find all the care instructions for each model on the product pages.

      Specially created for powder lovers, G-Heat heated ski gloves are designed to offer the highest level of comfort and protection during winter sports. For the pleasure of skiing without the cold in your hands, opt for heated ski gloves.