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Stormtracker Heated Gloves™


An Athlete Favorite With Heat
COLOR black
Infinite Guarantee

The breathable, windproof GORE WINDSTOPPER and battery powered heating technology of the versatile StormTracker Heated Gloves spar with the most heinous weather. Durable water-resistant leather palms withstand punishment, and a TPU injection molded design at back of hand adds a layer of protection. An athlete favorite, these gloves retain your body heat and produce their own while alpine climbing, ski touring or ice climbing.

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Fabric :
WINDSTOPPER® soft shell
94% nylon
6% elastane face fabric with 100% polyester backer
water-resistant goat leather palm
100% polyester tricot lining
PrimaLoft® 60 g/m2 at back of hand
PrimaLoft® Grip 60 g/m2 m at palm
Weight :
10.4oz / 294g Avg. Weight for size L
Fabric Performance :
Fabric Performance : Water-Resistant
Quick Drying
Soft and Tactile Leather Palm
Design Features :
Design Features : ALTIHeat™ Battery-Powered Heat Technology with Rechargeable Lithium Ion Battery
Customizable Heat Settings
Locking Zippered Compartment for Batteries
Pull-On Loop
Glove Clip
Functional Details :
Undercuff Construction
Elasticized Wrist
Tapered Wrist
Zippered Gauntlet
Gusseted Wrist Entry




My apologies if this seems long-winded but my goal is to be as helpful as possible and not contribute to the overwhelming number of misguided/ unhelpful reviews posted by individuals who are hoping for some discount or freebie as a result of their "dissatisfaction". Like many, I have been struggling to manage my Raynaud's symptoms for years. I am a home inspector in the Mid-Atlantic region of the US, and a someone who loves the outdoors but for the last 15 years or so, simply being in a well air-conditioned room would cause my symptoms to flair up- my hands develop red/purple blotches and eventually, beginning with my fingertips, I completely lose blood flow. This is not only uncomfortable/painful but also embarrassing, often having to go into a full blown explanation about my condition to anyone who notices (which happens often). More importantly, it impacts my ability to focus during my inspections as well as being able to enjoy any outdoor activity, when the temperature is anything less than let's say 70 degrees. After several months of researching, I found that you can spend $30 to $500 on a pair of heated gloves- and I believe that in most cases, you get what you pay for, which immediately eliminated just about anything under $150. In looking at what I thought was my best options (Stormtracker being on the list), I realized that even at the highest price point, there would be reviews stating the products were a waste of money. Not waterproof, dismal battery life, battery malfunction, even unnoticeable increase in temperature at the highest setting! This was extremely unsettling for me, as I really just wanted/ need a product that was quality and did the job (price really didn't matter much considering, the right pair of gloves could have a huge impact on my quality of life). I received my gloves last night and they fit and look fantastic! I used them this morning to take the dog out (about 35 degrees) and for the first time, I came back inside with warm hands.

Washington, DC


Work well if you understand their purpose


If you want something that will keep your hands warm while standing around in temperatures below 10 degrees, these are not what you're looking for. I'd recommend the Alti Mitts. What these gloves are great at is giving you a boost of heat when you feel your fingers starting to get cold, and you need more dexterity than mittens would provide. I've used these for ice climbing and cross country skiing in temperatures ranging from -12F to 30F. As others have mentioned, the low setting doesn't really do anything, so you need to be smart about when to use the heated feature of the gloves. For ice climbing, I only wear them when climbing and turned on high. The added heat allows for the use of "thinner" gloves in really cold (sub zero) temperatures, which gives you better dexterity and grip. When I'm done with the climb, I turn them off and put them inside my jacket to keep them warm and switch to my Alti Mitts, or warmer gloves. For cross country skiing or hiking, I start out with them on the high setting, and as I get going and warm up I turn them down or off. It's really all about battery management, and using them strategically to make sure the batteries last you the day. I'm giving them 4 starts because the battery life is relatively short and something that you constantly need to be thinking about. Also, OR hasn't had extra batteries available to purchase for quite a while now, which is an absolute must if you're going to be using these for more than a day. A couple of recommendations that would make using these more user friendly would be to make them USB rechargeable instead of the proprietary wall charger, and to include additional wall chargers when purchasing extra batteries (the charge time is so long, you can only charge one pair of batteries during an evening).

Ann Arbor, MI


I wanted to love these but I can't


I have worn these gloves skiing a few times. Right away they didn't work so we replaced the battery. After trying many time to make these work, I give up. There is not enough heat unless they are turned up to red or high. If used on that setting they don't stay warm for a day of skiing. When the battery dies, so do my hands! These gloves, without heat, are the coldest gloves I have every worn in my 40 years of skiing. (I love my regular OR gloves, by the way.)

Kent, Wa.




Keeps hands warm in temperatures down to -5 Fahrenheit. If the wind is blowing hard Gore Tex mitten helps



Solid glove but takes FOREVER to charge


PRO: Warmth without bulk, good dexterity, long zippered gauntlet stays put and doesn't ride up, good battery life on Low and Medium setting. I use them for skiing and bicycle commuting in winter and these keep my fingers warm enough to prevent numbness and the "pins and needles" sensation I've experienced with every other non-heated glove I've worn. The only real CON is the time it takes to charge the batteries. 8-12+ hours in my experience. Note: the size chart seems way off to me. According to the chart, I am a Medium (I must have measured 5 times before ordering) but when they arrived they were so tight I could barely make a fist and I had no dexterity. Had to return them, eat the shipping charges both ways, and order a Large.

Fort Collins, CO


I would buy this product again


Things that is beautiful at the push of a button you Got your hand warm, ready for the next climb.

Québec, Canada


Not warm enough


I used these in 0 degree Fahrenheit weather And my hands were not warm. I didn't feel the heat from the gloves at all really. I wasn't doing aerobic activity, but with how cold my hands were I'm not sure if they would stay warm even doing that. I wanted the thinner gloves so I'd have better grip. If I eventually try them with aerobic activity, I'll try to comment here on how it goes.



So far so good.


I am hoping there will be an XXL in this product. I bought these too small but I wanted to try them. So far they create heat and are waterproof. They have been dry each morning. Inconsistent battery life right versus left. I will confirm this after a few more weeks with these

Whistler B.C.


Keeps my cold hands warm, would buy again


The toughest part of using a motor bike to commute in winter are the cold hands. No matter how good the gloves the cold eventually gets through. Not with these gloves. They keep my hands toasty in the coldest weather. They fit well, feel well made, and I was very encouraged by the lifetime warranty. I also use them in subzero weather when walking the dog and snow blowing. Highly recommended.

Dayton, OH


Not great


The palm side of my hands get cold. They fit real nice but not warm enough for colder days. May be good too -12C.



Stormtracker Heated Gloves™

3.8 24






Is there an "off" setting for warmer conditions / save battery life?


Hi Chris, Yes, the gloves turn on and off by (hard) pressing the Power Button (OR Logo) that is on the backside of the gauntlet of each hand. If the button is illuminated then the gloves will heat to the desired heat setting. When the gloves are off the power draw should be minimal. Thanks for contacting OR,


Gloves Size guide


Measurement shown in:

*Gloves are Unisex unless marked Men's, Women's or Kids'

MEN'S S/7 M/8 L/9 XL/10
CIRCUM 7 – 7¾17.8 – 19.7 8 – 8½20.3 – 21.6 9 – 9½22.8 – 24.1 9½ – 1024.1 – 25.4
LENGTH 6½ – 716.5 - 17.8 7½ – 819.7 - 20.3 8½ – 921.6 - 22.8 9 – 9½22.8 - 24.1
WOMEN’S S/6 M/7 L/8
CIRCUM 6½ – 7¼16.5 – 18.4 7¼ – 818.4 – 20.3 8 – 8¼20.3 – 21
LENGTH 6½ – 716.5 - 17.8 7 – 7½17.8 – 19.7 7½ – 8+19.7 - 20.3+
UNISEX XS/6 S/7 M/8 L/9 XL/10
CIRCUM 6½ – 7¼16.5 – 18.4 7¼ – 818.4 – 20.3 8 – 8½20.3 – 21.6 8½ – 9½21.6 – 24.1 9½ – 1024.1 – 25.4
LENGTH 6½ – 716.5 - 17.8 7 – 7½17.8 – 19.7 7½ – 819.7 - 20.3 8 – 920.3 – 22.8 9 – 9½22.8 - 24.1
KID’S S/1 M/2 L/3 S/4 M/5 L/6
AGE 2 – 3Y 3 – 4Y 4 – 5Y 6 – 8Y 9 – 11Y 12 – 14Y
CIRCUM 4½ – 5½11.4 - 14 5½ – 614 – 15.2 6 – 6½15.2 - 16.5
LENGTH 4½ – 5¼11.4 - 13.3 5¼ – 613.3 – 15.2 6 – 6½15.2 - 16.5

How to measure

Measure around a flat hand at the knuckles,do not include your thumb. Also measure your hand length from the base of your palm to the end of your middle finger. Use the larger of the two measurements to select your glove size.