SNOW DEER heated electric gloves are made of polyester and leather. Inside lining is made of wool and fleece. They are comfortable while also water and wind resistant. These heated gloves are excellent for any winter activity in the cold such as skiing, motorcycle riding, camping, sports and more.
Two rechargeable 7.4V 2200mAh li-ion batteries power these heated electric gloves. The batteries provide from 2 to 6 hours of heating. SNOW DEER gloves include heat regulation allowing you to change temperature settings to three different levels.
On lowest temperature gloves will provide heat for up to 6 hours. Highest temperature provides up to 2.5 hours of heating. Heating elements cover the whole back of hand and your fingers all the way to the finger tips.
Great feature of SNOW DEER electric heated gloves is that they have a touch sensor on index finger and thumb. This allows you to use smartphone or other touchscreens without having to take the gloves off.
SNOW DEER gloves come in seven different sizes from small to large. Button for temperature settings is located on the back of your palm allowing for easy switching on or off. Extra batteries are available and can be purchased separately.
Vincent T. Frank –
These gloves are fantastic. Incredible battery life even on high. I usually ride with them on medium, and in 45° temperatures, it’s a very comfortable ride on my motorcycle with no faring.
Alexander F Janisieski –
Easy battery installation and removal. I’ve had others where battery removal and installation was difficult and getting the gloves on and off was difficult. This pair is perfect for me
I’ve only used these a few times, but so far I love them. They run a little small. I usually where an XL but ordered a XXL and like the way they fit, still snug but perfect for riding the motorcycle. I rode for about an hour and a half on a single charge and they were still making good heat. The charger charges both batteries at once. The come with a nice bag to store everything in.
The gloves are warm and comfortable. The intention was to wear them while walking my small dog in Chicago winters. They just don’t have the dexterity for that. They will be great for skiing and other activities.
Lou Dietrich –
Works…mostly….The thumbs don’t get real warm. They are “OK”…nothing more…nothing less….
I have Raynauds problems, very cold fingers. I’ve tried all sorts of lobster claw gloves, mitts, etc, including some “extreme” Outdoor Research mitts, and nothing worked. These heated gloves help since they have heater elements in each finger. They work real well on my Mountain Bicycle shifters, dexterity isn’t quite as good on the road bicycle drop bar shifters, but still usable. Definitely worth the money for me, keeping my hands comfortable down to freezing temperatures.
Great warmth on cold days. Keeps my hand very comfortable on the ride up to the top of the mountain. Wish batteries lasted just a bit longer.
Melissa Maddox –
These appear to be nice quality, and feel warm without heater activated. I could feel the added warmth across back of hand and fingers almost immediately when turned on. I think I will like them, tho doubt they will hold up to much manual labor. For that reason and too bulky for any dexterity of course, I’ll probably pack a thinner pair of gloves to use temporarily when “working” then slip hands back in to be warmed by these as needed. Should be good if I’m driving tractor or side by side.
Over a year later, and I am quite pleased with these gloves. They have held up well to light farm work, i.e., mucking out the barn, dealing with water hoses, pulling bale strings off, driving tractor. A little too thick for some things, but it’s nice to slip cold fingers back into warm gloves! I’ve been pleasantly surprised by the customer service that has been quick to reply to my questions.
Mary J. –
They aren’t warm enough for my fingers. They seemed fine in the house but my fingers were cold in 20 degree weather.
Disappointed. These gloves are just okay. They sort of keep my fingers warm, but far from toasty. They do not heat the palms of my hands. Unless I keep my hands in my jacket pockets, they lose much of their effectiveness. They are bulky and not suitable for use when driving. They do not allow me to use my cellphone, so a glove must be removed, defeating the purpose of wearing these gloves. About the best I can say is they are better than nothing. Much improvement is needed.
Just arrived and only used once. I ride motorcycles year round and live in North Texas. Temps in winter range from 20-60°. Road last Saturday at 43°. Turned both fully charged gloves to the high heat setting about ten minutes into my ride when my hands started feeling cold. Felt the difference about a minute later. It wasn’t a big difference but enough to where my hands were no longer cold. I am 5-8” with small to normal hands. The finger length is short. The overall length is good. I purchased the medium size. If you ride a motorcycle grabbing the clutch lever is a challenge. Only one use so far but overall a good product.
At first I thought these gloves were going to be good. I ordered an extra set of batteries for them as well, so when these discharged, I could replace them immediately. I let both sets of batteries charge overnight.
Two days later, which was Saturday, I put these gloves into use in the freezer. I set them on the high setting. For the first 45 minutes my fingers were fine. Then my left thumb got very cold and my right index finger got very, very cold. Both of them were almost numb.
So I tried a little different strategy Sunday. I let the gloves pre-heat on high before I put them on and went into the freezer. It was better but my fingers still got cold.
Maybe if the temperature was not below zero these might work fine.
gene reyes –
they seem to work. My hands do’nt get as cold. But I do not think these gloves are for motorcycling.
I’ve used these gloves over a dozen times, on my motorcycle, in temps down to 38 degrees, riding 55 – 65 MPH. I don’t know that I would be able to use them in much lower temps. At 38 degrees, with the gloves on high, my hands never got cold, but I could feel “cool spots” in the glove. So I’d say they definitely worked as advertised. My only beef is the fitting. The finger lengths seems odd to me. The glove fits my hands perfectly through the width of my palm, but the finger length on some of the fingers and thumbs are a bit too long. Not too long to impede my operating the bike, but long enough to be slightly annoying. So overall, if these gloves fit your budget, you really can’t go wrong. I would buy them again in a heartbeat.
gloves do not heat palms of hands. only heats back of hand.
I ride all winter in Michigan–yes my fat bike is awesome in the snow__previously , despite lobster gloves over glove liners and hand warmers(“hot hand” chemical Packs), my finger tips were getting very uncomfortable. These gloves keep my fingertips comfortable. I wear them over my same glove liners but no longer need the hand warmer packs.would definitely buy them again if my current pair wears out.
jump rater –
These gloves work wonderfully! My hands stay warm while walking outside in the cold and they allow me to hold onto my dog’s leash sufficiently. The 3 settings are most useful. They are comfortable, too.
I do recommend charging them after walks of an hour or more, at least when used on high.
Jed S –
Pleased with how effective and even the heat distribution is throughout the gloves. Seems like a quality product backed up with excellent customer service (I needed to replace with next size up as sizing a little tight).
Looking forward to using these on the slopes!
James H. Ross –
I commute by bicycle every day and during the winter it’s difficult to keep my fingers warm during cold mornings (<25 degrees F). I've only had this gloves a week but they do a great job of keeping my fingers warm during the ride. They are not as good keeping my thumbs warm, but are adequate. Prior to using these gloves it was often difficult to use my fingers after the morning commute.
Bill Hysell –
These are great!. My wife bought them for me to use when I clear snow. I am diabetic and my hands get cold in upstate N.Y. winters. I charged them as directed. I have never had to use any setting besides low. As I told my wife my hands feel like it’s summer. Highly recommended!
Well made and warm, but are undersized. I should have ordered medium for my small hands.
I bought these gloves before skiing vacation, and was’t satisfied.
My hands get cold on the mountain even when I use mittens with hand warmers. I was really hoping the heated gloves would keep my hands warm. Unfortunately, fully charged batteries didn’t last for more than 3 hours, and you don’t really have a way to recharge them even of you take a short break from skiing.
Bottom line, not a very good performance for such an expensive product.
We have tried other heated gloves but these really deliver. Usually just the palm of your hand feels warm but with these gloves the heat went right to the fingertips. A great find. High quality.
These gloves work as advertised. I don’t normally write reviews but these gloves saved my fingers and probably my sanity. I work outdoors in Montana. My fingers routinely froze in many gloves I’ve purchased over the years. The battery life is pretty close to what is stated on the listing. That is why I ordered 2 more batteries. But these gloves are great.
Love these things!!! On high they lasted about 3-4 hrs, so might buy a backup battery for long snowboard days. Only used 1 season, so can’t speak for long-term use.
Michael A. Kalm –
Beautifully packaged and shipped by the seller. Gloves look great. Just felt tight and stiff. Not worth the money
Donnell Cooper II –
Theses gloves did perform as expected in keeping my fingers warm. However after about 2 hours one of the batteries gave out. On the 2nd use, I kept the gloves on the lowest heat setting. They kept my fingers warm but not sure how they would perform in 20 deg. weather. Discovered there is a higher capacity battery available. I may invest in those for a longer run time.
Beware. Theses gloves are bulky. Also go a size larger to ensure a good fit. They are not a good choice it you need dexterity with your fingers.
Gloves work well. Batteries were still running strong after three hours on medium setting.
Keeps my hands warm for every day use. However, I originally wanted them for snowmobiling, they didn’t keep my hands warm whatsoever. I did snowshoe in -10 degree weather the other day and I had to take them off I was sweating so much!
The cuffs are also small around the wrist, so they don’t fit well around a thick winter coat. A little annoying. Overall, I’m still glad I purchased them. My hands seem to freeze so easily even in 40 degree weather. Getting outside with two young boys is pleasant now that I can keep my fingers warm.
E R –
Wore these while skiing in Vail, Colorado when the temp were 2 – mid 20’s. They lasted for about 5 hours on medium. The gloves are decently insulated, because even when the batteries where dead, my hands were not freezing.
I did several rides on my ATV (equipped with hand guards) with these gloves in 30 degree weather. While they do keep you hands from getting cold, they are not as warm as I hoped they would even on the highest setting.
vaughn harvey –
I bought these for my wife who has raynaud’s in her fingers. The product is defective because the battery life is extremely short and then they stopped working. I even went to the trouble to buy back-up batteries and that didn’t extend the heating enough to keep her hands warm for a mornings skiiing. Extremely dissapointed.
lady with cello –
I bought these last winter in NYC, and didn’t end up using them much because of staying inside a lot during the pandemic. I relocated to Maine to work remotely and in October started to need to feed the wood stoves. As it’s gotten colder my Reynaud’s has gone into gear, especially when bringing loads of wood into the house. These heated gloves prevent the syndrome from happening at all. They also make it possible to go for a long walk without needing to soak my hands in warm water upon returning. I wish I had a thin protective layer for them: they are sturdy, but the split wood is very rough. For fairly thick gloves, they allow one’s fingers to be somewhat nimble.
Robin Kim –
The gloves fit very well. This pair of gloves warm up pretty fast and keeps my hands warm. I wore these trick or treating with my kids and and they kept my hands warm throughout the 3 hours we were outside. The gloves are made of good material and there are a few heat options to chose from. The glove heats from the back of the hand to the fingertips. The battery lasts for a pretty long time. I was out for 3 hours with the gloves on medium heat and it lasted the whole time I was outside. Definitely a great pair of gloves.