Canadian workwear company PowerInMotion is about to launch what it dubs the “hottest” heated work gloves on the market.
Made from rugged rip-stop polyester and reinforced top-grade cow leather palms, the gloves are compatible with touch screens, yet provide warmth and strength for outdoor working in harsh environments.
They’re designed for electricians, plumbers, roofers, and many other tradesmen who must fight cold weather conditions.
PowerInMotion says the heated work gloves are the only ones on the market that come with a 12v lithium battery. Most rival manufacturers use 5v or 7v batteries which often do not produce enough heat during very cold conditions.
MotionHeat products can even interconnect to form a “power network”: by connecting the gloves to a MotionHeat heated vest, the wearer is able to move the batteries from the glove cuff to the vest pockets for added convenience. Also, additional batteries can be added to the “power network” for extended runtime.
“The MotionHeat product line is truly the most versatile on the market,” says product designer Josh Seeley, “We’ve put a lot of work into making our products as flexible as possible.”
MotionHeat work gloves can be used for outdoor work or for recreational activities such as skiing, snowmobiling, snowshoeing or simply taking the dog for a walk.
The MotionHeat heated work gloves come in three sizes – M, L and XL – and offer three heat settings. They are water resistant.
PowerInMotion was founded to make gloves for cyclists in the cold Canadian winters. Now it has expanded its range to become a leader in heated outerwear, catering to the military, law enforcement, film-makers, sportspeople, tradespeople and healthcare workers.