Working outside with cold hands is not just unpleasant and difficult, it can be impossible. Regular construction gloves may provide some protection, but the best solution is the following models.
Volt Resistance – Battery Heated Work Gloves
Volt was the first brand ever that made heated gloves designed specifically for work!
They are made of premium rich leather and soft tricot fleece lining.
The high wear areas of the palm are reinforced with a second layer of leather to prolong glove’s life and durability.
The back of the glove is made of a heavy duty nylon that protects the wrist and hand.
Another great thing is a waterproof liner.
A pre-curved fit allow for optimal dexterity.
A toggle cinch gauntlet cuff keeps out the cold air.
Two rechargeable batteries heat the entire length of each finger and the thumb, as well as each side of the hand.
Four heat levels with up to 8 hours on the lowest setting.
Select desired heat output with built-in microprocessor controller.
A clear battery window helps easily identify the power setting.
Volt Heat 7V Polar X Heated Work Gloves
Another model by the same company.
These waterproof gloves are specifically designed for the rigorous duties of cold storage work or work in a refrigeration unit. Or any other cold weather work.
They have 20% more heat and more heat coverage with the Zero Layer Heat System that covers the entire length of each finger, including the thumb as well as the back and palm side of the hand.
The gloves have kevlar thread on the seams and high abrasion resistant rubber on the palm and fingertip area.
They also have an insulated battery pocket to help prolong battery life in extremely cold temperatures, along with an external push button controller that helps you easily identify which power setting your glove is on.
A simple built-in switch allows you to adjust the heat output by choosing from 3 level settings.
Heats the entire length of each finger as well as the thumb and each side of the hand. You get 5+ hours of warmth on the lowest setting.
Mobile Warming Workman Heated Work Gloves
They combine the warmth with a lightweight and rugged design.
The outer glove is made of stretch mesh nylon shell with a reinforced leather palm.
They have hook and loop closure.
Built-in heat panels are powered by ultra-slim rechargeable Lithium-Ion batteries.
You easily adjust the temperature with the integrated touch control button.
Heat is distributed outside perimeter of fingers.
Four different temperature settings.
You get up to 10 hours of heat per charge.
Glove liners are touch screen compatible.
Mobile Warming 7.4V Unisex Workman Heated Gloves
This is another model by the same maker. It is actually 2 gloves in 1, outer glove with glove liner.
The outer glove is made of stretch mesh nylon shell with reinforced palm. There is also hook and loop closure.
Rechargeable battery provides up to 8 hours of heat per charge. You can select between 4 heat settings.
Heat is distributed on outside perimeter of fingers.
Glove liner is touch screen compatible.
FNDN Full-Leather Heated Work Gloves
Built from the ground up for an actual job worksite, these are 100% raw cowhide leather gloves.
You can immediately feel the dexterity.
There’s a soft fleece insulation in the interior for additional warmth.
Extended cuffs add extra protection and warmth.
They have four radiant heat levels.
To turn it on, you just hold it down for a few seconds. You’ll see a power on. The flashing red is the smart preheat mode.
Once it’s warm it will kick over to medium. You can also bypass that by just going straight to medium or low. Or you can crank it back to high.
On the side of the power button, there is a fuel gauge to how much power is left in the battery.
These gloves are powered by a proprietary BEGO battery system.
Four and a half hours of continuous runtime on a tiny little battery. The last thing you want is a big heavy battery that’s bulky on the back of your hand.
The batteries are placed really out of the way, you don’t even really notice them.
Not only these batteries are the smallest and lightest weight in class, they’re also cheap. If you want to buy extras, they’re like $10 retail.
Glovii Heated Work Gloves
hey have reinforced material with rubber finishes, making them resistant to water and oils.
The inner surface is covered with rough rubber to give you a good grip. Also, index finger and thumb are additionally strengthened to safeguard against impacts.
The carbon fiber heating elements offer extraordinary reliability and durability and some medical properties due to infrared waves.
Your hands will remain comfortably warm all the time because the heating element is located around all fingers and at the top of the hand.
Working time is 6 hours on the lowest setting.
Gobi Heat Drift Work Gloves
Made form 100% genuine leather, they are wind and water resistant.
You get up to 6 hours of battery life on low heat.
There are 3 heat settings: low, medium, and high.
Many professionals must work in extreme cold weather.
If you work outside and need construction gloves that will provide dexterity, keep your hands warm in unbearable winter weather and will always hold up to the job, turn to these models to get the job done.
For over 12 years, I have been testing and reviewing heating technologies that overcome cold weather conditions. In recent years, I have specialized in the heated apparel. I’ve made it my mission to educate people about heated clothing.