I've been told they run large and that if I normally wear mediums, I can get along with small Gerbings just fine.
thx . . . ed
thx . . . ed
Thanks Brian. I normally wear a man's small or medium, and Gerbing is out of stock on medium right now.Brian_Fenner said:I normally wear large and bought Gerbings heated gloves in the large size................they fit like a glove! Heheeee!
Seriously the glove sizing seems simular to other gloves I wear............maybe a slight bit bigger. I would recommend ordering the same size you normally wear............even if they are a slight bit bigger you want freedom of movement not restriction.
Thanks Dale. I didn't see any dealers listed in Arkansas, but my local Kawasaki dealer can buy from them. He just doesn't keep any in stock. The shop's been very good to me in the past on pricing, so I'm sure I can save some money. And -- most importantly -- I have a Christmas gift certificate from that shop.DaleC said:Mr. Ed - check on Gerbing's site for any nearby dealers. They many have some variety in stock plus usually have a deplay setup where you could try on an actual glove. In my case, the nearby dealer also offers a nice discount so they are cheaper than going direct too.
Lenard is correct Gerbings make the Harley electric clothing but if you buy from Harley you only get a one year warranty instead of the Gerbing standard lifetime warranty.Leonard said:BTW Ed,
Our motor officers tell me that the Harley heated stuff is Gerbings. You might want to check with Jones and see if they have any you can check fit with. I don't recall what the markup is so you might not want to actually buy there.