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Macna Men's Cold Weather Electrically-Heated Proton Waterproof Leather & Textile Glove with Waterproof Adjustable Controller

$289.99 $124.99
SKU: MN.6600.101

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With an incredible fit, motorcycle specific features and build quality, the Electrically-Heated Proton Waterproof Leather & Textile Glove by Macna is a great motorcycle glove that is also heated.

Warmth without bulk in a well designed motorcycle glove. The Macna Electrically-Heated Proton Waterproof Leather & Textile Glove is not only a well fitting, ergonomic, super functional leather and Durylon motorcycle glove with TPR crash protection, touch screen compatibility, Thermolite insulation, and a Raintex waterproof membrane, but is also electrically heated, comes complete with all hookups and controls, and is a snap to install.

  • Goat leather and Durylon construction
  • TPR direct rubber injected knuckle protection
  • Ergonomic thumb design avoids pressure points
  • Integrated visor squeegee
  • Water exhaust outlet prevents water buildup between outer shell and waterproof membrane
  • Touch Tip conductive fabric in pointer fingertips are Touchscreen compatible
  • Raintex waterproof and breathable membrane
  • 5cm waterproof cuff
  • Thermolite insulated lining
  • Compatible with most heated clothing systems on the market
  • Color coded plug connectors for ease of donning
  • Waterproof adjustable heat controller with 5 temperature settings
  • Power requirement of 24 watts at 12 volts (2 amps)

Kit Includes

  • Proton Gloves
  • User guide
  • Extended V-split color-coded connector
  • Power lead wiring harness
  • Single rheostat waterproof controller
  • Leg-band for thigh mounting controller

 

Customer Reviews
Review by Owen
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Comfortable, fits well, works as it's supposed to be and best of all it only cost $120. While others charges extra for the controller and Y-cord that easily bump the price to $300, it was a no brainer to try this. Glad I did. Fast shipping too. (Posted on 4/29/16)
Review by CaptSean
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I've used this glove last month or so primarily in N WIS and to be honest have been very pleased with performance. As others have stated, it runs small. I'm normally a medium but ordered L and its snug. Glove heat controller well constructed robust. Stitching nice, clean. Very smooth inner liner. Highest setting stays warm but not too hot where your hand sweats. Auto cycling functioning of controller sets these apart from other options and definitely affirms my recommendation. Triumph Tiger Explorer (Posted on 4/16/16)
Review by inglysh
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I am typically a medium in most summer leather gloves. Larges are almost always too big. I followed the sizing guide for these gloves and it recommended a Large, but only just... I am around 9" or so IIRC and since the large to xlarge difference was 3/8ths of an inch, I thought the larges would be fine. I was not correct. The gloves were tough to get on, on my dominant hand and the finger length also seemed a bit too short. If you are borderline on the size chart, size up to the next glove.

That said, the gloves seemed both sharp and comfortable. They heated up nicely and worked great with my jacket. Even with the smallish size, I was able to easily manage the controls on the handlebars.

I have an exchange in process for the xl size and am looking really forward to getting them to run them through the ringer. Unfortunately due to some timing issues, I won't have much opportunity to verify they are good to go before a 4000 mile bike trip. (Posted on 3/28/16)
Review by taxfree4
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These are comfortable gloves once you break them in a little. When I first put them on I thought I may have ordered too small a size as they were tight. I gave it a couple of days of steady riding and they loosened up real nice. The heterosexual is strong, stronger than my Venture Heat gloves, which these are replacing. Mostly, the real advantage is the included controller. All the other major companies use the gloves as a leader then hit for another $60-$100 for the controller, never made sense to me. To find a heated glove that is waterproof is an incredible combination, which is what killed my Venture Heat glove as that is what I owned previously. The whole structure of the glove is of top quality, the leather is butter soft. I use these without the heat in 35-40 degree weather and I am fine. Great Glove at a great price. (Posted on 2/6/16)
Review by Markmac
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These are by far the most comfortable gloves I've owned although a little snug. I'm hoping they will lossen up with use. 40 degree weather and low was plenty warm. Good sale also! (Posted on 1/23/16)
Review by rider
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Got these gloves after they were discounted and paid $120. They are a great value for that price. I was a bit shocked at the list price. They work well, excellent look of quality. They are a bit stiff at first, that is why I did not give them a 5 and because if you have to pay the list price, I think there are other electric gloves out there for way less, but perhaps not as much crash protection. Heat distribution is good and seem to give excellent crash protection from looking at the construction. Off course, I don't what to try that feature :-). They are water proof, but have not been able to test that feature yet. (Posted on 12/21/15)
Review by racnroll
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I have long fingers. Followed measuring guide, which dictated XL. Glove fits well across palm, and overall length, but my fingers are up against the tips of the gloves. Most of the time okay, but sometimes need adjusting on the fly or my fingers feel hammed.. If you don't have very long fingers, shouldn't be a problem. Hits: Heat is good, quality is good; weight is nice (not too bulky), touchtip works well on iPhone. Misses: I would like to see a compartment to tuck away the connector wire if not using in heat mode (Gerbing has this); palm and knuckle sliders don't seem very tough...hope I don't get to test them. I use these with Gerbing dual controller (don't tell!) - they work fine. (Posted on 12/16/15)
Review by hueyf4i
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Good gloves overall. I have used them alot in the last month. This morning the air temp was 38 and my hands stayed toasty warm during my 40 minute commute on my F4i. 4 stars cause the thigh strap for temp control is a little akward to get used to. . . (Posted on 11/3/15)
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