I’ve written a lot about gloves and cold-weather cycling. I asked to take ownership of our guide to the best winter cycling gloves, and I also shared things I learned when testing winter cycling gloves, plus there have been a lot of reviews. The reason for all the content about gloves is that I ride in cold weather pretty often and I’m constantly freezing. In particular, my hands seem prone to being cold and painful at times when the rest of me seems okay. As I’ve shared these details, I’ve heard from many of you that I’m not alone.
Tech Specs: Eddie Bauer Guide Pro Lite Smart Heated Gloves
Available Colours: Black
Available Sizes: XS-XL
Weight: 268g per glove with battery in size small, battery weight: 122g per unit
In fact, one reader clued me into a company that promised a solution. I got an email saying that Clim8 had a new heating system that was unlike anything on the market and I had to give it a try, so I did. The Eddie Bauer Guide Pro Lite Smart heated gloves takes the technology and builds it into a consumer product that I’ve been able to spend time testing. If you are one of those readers who struggle with cold hands and fingers, keep reading to see if this innovative new product is the answer you’ve been looking for.
Design and aesthetics
For many cyclists out there, the Eddie Bauer Guide Pro Lite Smart Heated Gloves might not have been on your radar because they aren’t cycling-specific. Except that, maybe, they are. They don’t really seem to be cycling-specific but they do list road cycling as an activity in the app. That said, it’s also listed under “Motorsports” and it shares space with Motorcycles and Snow Mobiles. Given that a reader of Cyclingnews sent me the tip with an eye on using them on a bike, I decided to give that detail a pass. Besides, you are probably a lot more focused on the mention of an app anyway.
That’s right, these are gloves and you need an app to use them. There’s going to be a portion of readers who stop reading right now and move on. For the rest of you, the app is what Clim8 claims is different about these gloves. Actually, according to the brand, it’s a bit more and it involves “Fusing artificial intelligence, a mobile application, innovative processes, and active-response patented technologies.” This allows Climb8 to “engineer products that sense and react, in real-time to…
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