Looking to extend your riding into the cold season?
That's completely doable if you purchase some of the best heated motorcycle gear. There's plenty of products to keep you toasty warm in the coldest months.
Below you'll see heated gloves, socks, jackets, base layers, vests and hats.
No matter what piece of clothing you're looking for you'll find something below that suits you.
Let's take a look at my top picks now!
Heated Motorcycle Gloves
Tourmaster Synergy Gloves
The first gloves on this list are the Tourmaster Synergy Gloves and this is a product that everyone should consider. These gloves will fight off frigid temperatures better than almost any other on the market.
One aspect that you're going to like is the Synergy's come with 4 different heat settings. This allows you to get the perfect amount of heat, no matter what the weather is like.
- 135 degrees of warmth on high: This is a high amount of heat and will help out when the temperature goes really low. On low you get 90 degrees of heat and you get two different heat temperatures between that.
- Goatskin leather: You also get an amazing amount of durability because this product has leather reinforcements in all the vulnerable spots (backhands, palms and finger).
- Ergonomically designed: You'll really like how these gloves feel when they're on too. They're designed for comfort and ensures full hand mobility.
- Rechargeable batteries: This product comes with 2 7.4 volt lithium ion rechargeable batteries. You get up to 8 hours of warmth when the batteries are fully charged too.
- 80 grams of insulation: Even with the heater turned off, this product is very warm because of the insulation that comes with it.
- Fleece liner: Another reason the Synergy is so comfortable and provides so much warmth is the very soft fleece liner.
This is a pretty pricey product, though, and will cost over $200 to purchase. If you have a little extra to spend I would definitely think about buying. These gloves are top of the line.
Savior Heated Motorcycle Gloves
Here we have another product that's designed specifically for motorcycles. You'll notice the Savior heated motorcycle gloves have padded knuckles and this protects your hands in case anything goes wrong.
Just like the last gloves, this one comes with multiple heat settings. The only difference is the Synergy came with 4 heat settings and this one comes with 3. This should still be more than enough to keep you happy at all times.
- Heats up quickly: When you turn the heat on, you won't have to wait around to feel it. In fact, you'll feel the warmth in under 30 seconds.
- Velvet lining: If you're wondering if these gloves are comfortable to wear, they are. A big reason for this is the velvet liners that come with this product.
- Up to 4 hours: This is about half of the last pair but still should work for most people. The only people that this should be a problem for are people that take very long trips.
- Rechargeable batteries: You can actually wear these gloves on and off your motorcycle. The reason for this is they come with a rechargeable battery.
One thing you're really going to like about these Savior gloves is they're pretty affordable and cost $100 less than the Synergy's. Overall, this glove is an excellent value.
Volt Heated Motorcycle Gloves
Volt is a company that I like a lot and they're one of the most well known brands when it comes to heated gear. When you buy from them you can trust what you're getting and know it's going to be reliable.
These gloves are a little different than the last two. The main difference is this product needs to be plugged into a powersource to work and doesn't come with batteries.
There's pros and cons to this. The pro is you'll always have heat and you won't have to worry about dying batteries. The con is you'll only be able to use these gloves when riding your motorcycle or snowmobile (they always need to be plugged in).
- Temperature controller: Just like the previous gloves, this one allows you to choose your heat setting and this product gives you 3 options.
- Leather reinforcements: When you spend over $100 on gloves you want to make sure they last. These Volt gloves will last and that's because they're made with high quality leather reinforcements.
- All around heating: Every part of your hands and fingers receive heat too, not just certain parts.
- Pre-curved fingers: These gloves feel very natural to wear and is designed to be ergonomic. You'll feel comfortable riding your motorcycle with them on.
The price isn't too bad either and these Volt gloves are priced closer to the Savior gloves than the Tourmaster ones. All in all this a great option and one all motorcycle riders will thoroughly enjoy.
Heated Motorcycle jackets
Venture Heat Heated Jacket Liner
Company: Venture Heat
There's a few heated motorcycle jackets on the market but not many are as quality and loaded with cool features like this Venture Heat jacket. All people, regardless of needs, will love this product and will look froward to wearing it when they ride.
One aspect that makes this jacket cool is it comes with a wireless remote to control the heat. This will make life a little easier when you want to make a change.
- 3 heat settings: This product comes with multiple heat settings and this allows you to always be comfortable.
- All around heating: All parts of your upper body will be heated with this jacket on too. The heating panels are located on you chest, back, collar and sleeves.
- Slim fitting: You won't feel constricted wearing this product or anything like that. It's body forming and is made to move with your body.
- Pre-wired glove connectors: If you have heated gloves that need to be plugged in, you can do so through this jacket.
- Unlimited heat: This Venture Heat product doesn't run on a battery and is plugged into your motorcycle's power source. You'll get 24/7 heating because of this.
This isn't a cheap heated jacket, however, and will cost in the $270 range to purchase. It has very good reviews and if you want to see what paying customers are saying about this coat, click below:
Gerbing Heated Motorcycle Jacket
Gerbing is another well known company when it comes to heated gear. They make various heated motorcycle gear too and their heated jacket is an option all riders will want to consider.
One thing you're going to love about this product is there's 7 different heating zones - there's heating panels on your collar, two on your chest, two on your back, and two on your sleeves.
- Glove connectors: If you have heated gloves that need to be plugged in, you can plug them right into this jacket.
- 135 degrees of heat: There's a few heat options with this Gerbing jacket and on the highest heat setting you get up to 135 degrees of warmth.
- Lightweight: This jacket is weather resistant enough to be worn on its own but it's thin enough to be worn under another jacket.
It's really hard to find a budget heated jacket and this one is a little pricey at around $250. That's honestly not that bad for what you're getting and if you go any lower you run the risk of getting a low quality product.
Heated Base Layer Shirts
Volt Heated Base Layer Shirt
If you want something thinner and more discreet than a heated jacket, a heated base layer shirt might be what you're looking for. I mentioned Volt earlier too and you can trust their products - that's true for this heated shirt.
One aspect that makes this shirt worth it is it comes with 4 different heat settings. Most heated gear only come with three and it's nice to have that extra setting. You'll really be able to get the perfect amount of warmth because of this.
- 4 heating panels: You get good heat coverage with this shirt as well. Your whole torso will be nice and toasty.
- Zero Layer Heat System: This heating system lets you get warmth quickly, evenly and safely.
- Up to 15 hours of heat: On the lowest heat setting you get a remarkable 15 hours of heat. It's very rare you'll be on your motorcycle for more than 15 hours at a time.
- Up to 170 degrees of heat: On the highest heat setting you get up to 170 degrees which is more than enough to fight off the cold.
The price isn't bad with this Volt shirt either and you can own it for around $140. That's definitely a good value for all the features that come with this product.
Action Heat Heated Base Layer Shirt
Company: Action Heat
This Action Heat shirt is pretty similar to the one you just saw. The main difference is the previous shirt only had heating on the back while this one has heating on your chest and back.
The battery life is very different too. The volt heated shirt gave you up to 15 hours of heat while the best you can get from this one is 4.5 hours. Still, Action Heat makes quality products and this heated base layer shirt is worth considering.
- 130 degrees on high: This is a pretty good amount of heat and should help your ride in some pretty cold weather.
- 3 heat settings: You get to choose from a few different heat settings too. This ensures you'll always be comfortable no matter how unpredictable the weather is.
- Machine washable: When it comes time to clean this product you won't have to hand wash it or anything like that.
- LED power indicator: You'll never have to guess how much battery life you have left either. You get a 4 LED light indicator to show you how much battery you have left.
Although the features aren't quite on par with the Volt shirt, it does generally get better reviews. If you want to see what other people are saying about this base layer shirt, click below:
Heated Pants & Base Layer Pants
Mobile Warming Heated Base Layer Pants
Company: Mobile Warming
These Mobile Warming base layer pants are one of my favorites on the market for a lot of reasons. First, they're very quality and well made - you'll enjoy having them on and they'll really help you fight back against the cold.
The feature I really like, though, is the heating with these pants can be controlled with your smart phone and Bluetooth. So you won't have to fumble around with the battery or a controller to change the heat.
- 4 heat settings: This is another product that gives you an extra heat setting and you won't have to worry about being uncomfortable because of this.
- Stretch materials: You'll have a full range of movement while wearing these Mobile Warming pants too. That's because they're made from stretch materials that cater to movement.
- 10 hours of heat: On the lowest heat setting you get up to 10 hours of heat. That should cover most people no matter how much they love riding.
- Rechargeable battery: You don't have to plug this product into a power source and it comes with a rechargeable battery. This also means you can wear these pants when you're enjoying other activities besides riding your motorcycle.
Even though you get the Bluetooth technology and everything else, this product isn't too expensive. It's not cheap at $159, but I don't consider that too bad for what you're getting.
Mobile Warming Heated Pants
Company: Mobile Warming
Here we have another Mobile Warming product but this one is much different than the ones you just saw - the previous were more thermal like and these are pant like.
Another key difference is there's two ways to power the heating in these pants. You get both a rechargeable battery and you get the option to plug these pants into your motorcycle's power source. The first allows you to wear these pants everywhere and still get the heat and the second ensures you'll get as much heat as you need, without having to worry about a dying battery.
- Fleece and insulted liner: The liner adds additional warmth that goes well with the heating.
- Windshark materials: The Windshark materials have a dual function. The first is they help you feel mobile and won't constrict. Secondly, they are wind and weather resistant which helps protect you from the elements.
- 20 hours of battery: You get a whopping 20 hours of heat with these Mobile Warming pants. That's by far the most of any heated pants.
- 149 degrees of heat: On high you get 149 degrees of heat which will help when the temperature really dips low.
The previous Mobile Warming wasn't all that expensive but that's not the case with these - they're $299. If you have that to spend and expect to do a lot of riding in the cold, I would definitely consider them. They're one of the best heated pants on the market.
Heated Motorcycle socks
Lenz Heat Sock 1.0
If you're looking for the best heated socks on the market, the Lenz Heat Sock 1.0 is a product you should consider. These socks are made to endure very cold conditions and ensures your toes stay warm, no matter how cold it gets.
One aspect that separates these socks from others is they come with Bluetooth connectivity and the heating can be controlled through your smart phone. This makes life easier when you want a different heat option and prevents you from having to take off your boots or anything like that to turn up or turn down the warmth.
- 3 heat settings: This is a feature you see in a lot of different heated gear but is very important - you'll always be able to get the perfect amount of warmth because of this.
- 14 hours of heat: This is a good amount of heating time and most people won't need more than that.
- Padding in exposed areas: All areas of your leg and foot that can be irritated by your boots come with extra padding.
- Long lasting battery: Eventually all rechargeable batteries need to be replaced. This one, however, will last up to 500 recharges and this will cover you for multiple years.
These socks aren't cheap, however, and they're probably the most expensive on the market at $299. The Lenz 1.0's are made to perform, though, and if you're looking for the best performance, this sock is for you.
Mobile Warming Heated Socks
Company: Mobile Warming
You've seen a few Mobile Warming products on this list already and here we have another pair of heated socks from them. This is a pretty well made product and costs about 1/3rd as much as the pair you just saw.
Instead of having Bluetooth connectivity, this Mobile Warming product comes with a wireless remote. In my mind this is just as good and you can just hook the remote to your keys or keep them in your pocket.
- 11 hours of heat: 11 hours isn't quite as much as what the Lenz socks offered but it's still good enough to make most people happy.
- Moisture wicking materials: Your feet won't get over sweaty either and this product does a good job keeping your feet dry.
- 3 heat settings: Just like most of the products you've seen so far, this one comes with multiple heat settings.
- Stretch materials: Your foot won't feel cramped while you're wearing these socks either - they're made from stretch materials and your foot will feel good while wearing them.
Like I said up top, these socks aren't nearly as expensive as the Lenz products and this Mobile warming product will only cost around $99.
Volt Heated Socks
Like Mobile Warming, you've seen a few Volt products on this list so far. I mentioned before they make all the heated gear you can think of and they make a pretty decent heated sock.
This product is more like the Mobile Warming Sock in terms of quality and not quite on the same level as the Lenz socks. It'll definitely work for most people and will do a good job preventing your feet from getting cold.
- 4 heat settings: Like most Volt products, these socks come with 4 heat settings which is one more than most.
- 10 hours of battery: Of the three socks you've seen so far, this one comes with the least amount of heat. But 10 hours is still more than most will need.
- Comfortable to wear: Some socks like these can be uncomfortable to wear and can be irritating. These Volt socks are comfortable to wear, though.
- Rechargeable batteries: This is another battery that can be recharged hundreds of times and will last you years.
In terms of price, these Volt socks are pretty fairly priced and they cost in the $150 range. That's an excellent value for what you're getting.
Heated Motorcycle Hats
Action Heat Heated Hat
Company: Action Heat
If you're looking to keep your head warm when you're out on your motorcycle, you can't do better than this Action Heat hat. This product is my favorite heated hat and one that all people will like.
This Action Heat hat heats around your ears and can get up to 130 degrees. This is more than enough to keep your head nice and toasty!
- 4.5 hours battery life: This isn't the most on the market but it's still good enough to cover most motorcycle rides.
- Machine washable: When you go to clean this hat you won't have to take any special precautions either. You can just toss it into the wash with your other clothes.
- Weather resistant: It doesn't matter if it's raining or if the wind is howling - this cap protects against of all of it.
- Multiple heat settings: You won't have to worry about getting the right heat setting either. This one comes with 3.
A cold head and ears is never fun and if you decide on this heated hat, you'll never have to worry about that again.
Action Heat Balaclava
Company: Action Heat
This product isn't quite a hat but it's still something cold weather motorcycle riders will really like. This heated balaclava is from the same company as the hat you just saw but is a little more protective.
If you expect to face more extreme weather or just want a product that covers your entire face, I would go with this product over the last one (they cost the same).
- Wide heating area: The heating this product provides is mainly around the ears and is a little larger than the Action Heat hat.
- Machine washable: I love this feature a lot because I dislike hand washing things.
- Multiple heat settings: Just like with basically all the gear on this list, this balaclava comes with more than just one heat setting.
- 4.5 hours of heat: Unless you're spending the whole day riding or going on a longer trip, 4.5 hours should work well for you.
As you can see this balaclava is basically the same as the heated hat, just with with a little more protection. Both are suitable and well made - you just have decide which design you like better.
Heated Motorcycle Vests
Mobile Warming Heated Motorcycle Vest
Company: Mobile Warming
You've seen Mobile Warming pants and socks so far and now it's time to look at their heated vests. Heated vests are a great alternative to heated jackets and can be worn underneath a regular jacket or by itself.
There's not many heated vests that are better than this one, either. If you want top of the line quality and protection, this Mobile Warming vest is a good option.
- Windshark materials: Windshark helps fight against all weather and ensures you won't get wet if it rains. Also, it's stretchy and won't constrict you.
- Tri-zone heating: You get good heat coverage with this vest too - you get heating on your chest and back.
- 4 heat settings: Most products in this guide only have 3 heat settings but this one comes with an extra one.
- 149 degrees on high: You get up to 149 degrees of heat on high and this will keep you very warm (you get 100 on the lowest in case 149 is too high).
This vest isn't cheap, though, and is one of the more expensive on the market. If you want to see how much this product costs, click below:
Venture Heat Heated Motorcycle Vest
Company: Venture Heat
The last product on this list is the Venture Heat heated vest and is another vest that all motorcycle enthusiasts should consider. I like this vest a lot and know you will too if you purchase it.
One aspect I like about this vest is it comes with a built in temperature controller. This means you can plug this vest right into your motorcycle and have unlimited heating - you won't have to worry about a dead battery.
- Can be paired with wireless remote: If you want to change the heat or turn off the heat you can do that without much effort.
- Can be connected with heated gloves: Don't worry if you have heated gloves that need to be connected to a power source. You can connect them through your vest.
- Wide heating area: You get heating on your chest, back and collar. You'll really be warm because of this.
- Lightweight: This vest isn't bulky either. You can easily wear it under a vest
As you can see there's a lot to like about this product. Also, it's about $50 less than the previous vest and is perfect for people looking to save a little cash.
Ride In Comfort This Year
You don't have to be cold when taking your motorcycle out.
In fact, there's a piece of heated gear for literally every part of your body. Want warm hands? Get some heated gloves Want to make sure your torso is warm? Get a heated jacket, base layer shirt, or vest.
More concerned with the lower half of your body? Get a pair of heated socks or pants?
Want to keep your head warm? Get a heated hat or balaclava.
There's so many options that any motorcycle fan can find exactly what they want. The products up top are the best of too!