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The ultimate solution for adverse weather, the StormShield gloves from EXO2 have what it takes to stand up to the coldest weather you’d ever expect to encounter while on two wheels. These gloves are also compatible with other EXO2 equipment – you can link it to a StormRider Body warmer with the included Y-cable and/or attach it to a StormRider Controller Unit. If you’re new to EXO2 equipment, these gloves also include all the required wiring to connect to your bike’s power source and heat the gloves – the choice is yours. With its intelligent internal element layout, these gloves will keep your entire hand warm in the coldest of environments. They’re also windproof, waterproof and breathable which is an excellent combination for any hardcore all-weather rider out there! A large gauntlet provides plenty of expansion to fit over the thickest riding jacket and the Velcro wrist closure keeps the glove securely in place.

StormShield gloves are comprised of a leather upper surface and an Amara synthetic leather palm that’s broken up by Cordura on the fingers and gauntlet for flexibility. Also, you’ll notice PVC-molded knuckle protectors and extra Carbo-leather protectors in various places for durability and safety. Both thumbs include a built-in wiper to keep your visor clear. Between the outer shell and the inner polyester lining, a breathable Porelle insert acts as the primary insulation. This also prevents water and wind intrusion.

EXO2 heated motorcycle gear is not yet available on our website. Call TJ at 866.931.6644 ext 817 for more details. You can also contact us via email, send those to FORUM at RIDERSDISCOUNT dot COM with EXO STORMSHIELD GLOVES in the subject line and we’ll get back to you right away.

The complete EXO2 kit comes with gloves, a basic wiring kit and installation instructions.

Palms are made with a combination of Amara synthetic leather and genuine leather to provide good feel and warmth.

The upper shell includes armor in the knuckles and fingers for impact protection. Notice also the Cordura used on the inner and upper parts of the fingers. This arrangement permits excellent flexibility while sealing out the cold.

Both thumbs include a visor wiper. This is especially handy at slower speeds when your helmet’s faceshield refuses to stay clear in the rain.

Secreted deep within each gauntlet is found the harness for connecting the EXO2 system to your motorcycle’s power source. There are several ways in which you can run the wires though, EXO2 recommends that you route them up the arms, over the shoulders and down the back to your bike’s power source.

If you already own EXO2 gear, like a heated vest, or heat controller, you’ve already got everything you need to wire up this gear!
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