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Hotwired Heated Glove Liners

The Hotwired collection allows for garments and accessories to be inter-connected to provide whole body warmth and comfort. Using the latest ultra-fine technology - so thin it can barely be detected within the garment liner - the micro-alloy heating elements produce a gentle warmth reaching a maximum temperature in only seconds.


  • Lightweight, comfort stretch fabric
  • Brushed lining
  • Use independently with direct battery harness, Hotwire Controller or in conjunction with a Hotwired Jacket liner with pre-installed wiring system
  • Heats to maximum temperature in seconds
  • Automatic temperature cut off
  • Approximately 22 Watts/2 Amps at 12 Volts
  • Two year warranty
  • Includes Hotwired Controller, Battery Harness and Y-Connector Splitter
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Warm fingers on a budget.
My only vehicle is my bike, so I have to ride year round no matter what the weather. I have gear to keep every other part of my body warm, except my fingers. Well I just picked up a pair of these liners and they are the bomb! :D
Before, I would have to stop frequently and thaw out my fingers on the exhaust pipe, or stop in a restaurant to warm up. Tonight, I road several miles on the Interstate in 30 degree weather and my fingers were toasty warm. I ride a naked bike, so no wind shield or fairing for me to hide behind.

The only nit I would pick is the sizing. I normally wear a 2XL glove, but he 2XL liners were too big. I actually walked out of the store with a pair of Smalls that fit perfectly. Also, be aware that these heat only the fingers, not the whole hand. For me, that's perfect, but if you want your whole hand warmed, get the hotwired gloves.

PROS: Easy To Use, Lightweight

BEST USES: Long Rides, Street
January 2, 2015
Dissapointed after a couple of months
Loved the liners for all the warmth I've been getting over the last couple of months UNTIL THEY STARTED FRAYING. Finger tips and knuckle areas (OBVIOUS AREAS OF FRICTION) are fraying from friction against my shells. I bought the liners because I can't afford the gloves and for them to be wearing out already I'm rally disappointed. Won't be long before I have heated liners with holes in the fingers completely defeating the purpose of heated glove liners.

PROS: Lightweight, Easy To Use

CONS: Fraying, Flimsy

BEST USES: Street, Long Rides, 30 Deg
November 21, 2013
did not find them funchinal.
couldn't tell if they were even on. hands were still cold.

CONS: Bulky

February 22, 2013
My favorite gift last Christmas
I got these liners for Christmas from my son. I prefer these over my heated grips. I now regret installing the heated grips on my bike. I have used these a couple of times in 40-55 degree weather. My hands stayed very comfortable but not hot. After a few hours of riding i doubted they were even working, so i unplugged at a gas stop and didn't reconnect. Within 15 miles I pulled over and plugged the liners back in. They stay just the right temp without a controller.
Now, I'm buying another set for my youngest son so he can extend his riding season.

PROS: Comfortable, Warm, Lightweight, Easy To Use

BEST USES: Long Rides, Street
October 21, 2015
good sometimes
These gloves work great if they are the only part of the hotwired line that you are using. By themselves the glove liners are almost too hot, but when connected to the jacket liner, they barely get warm. The jacket liner however will be very hot. I really don't understand how this was overlooked. My understanding was they were designed to work together.

PROS: Warm, Easy To Use

CONS: Don't Work With Jacket

BEST USES: Racing, Long Rides, Street
October 10, 2013
Cold be gone
I like my Cortech gloves but they were just not enough when the temp got between 27-40 degrees and I did not feel like getting a whole new set of gloves. These inserts were just what I needed and for the right price. Adding some zip ties the wire sits nicely between the jacket liner and outer shell. Riding at the occasional speed of 75mph and temps under 40 my fingers have been really comfortable. No more using bulky snow gloves for cold weather rides.

PROS: Versatile, Easy To Use, Warm, Lightweight

CONS: Should Come With Zip Ties

BEST USES: Long Rides, 30 Degrees, Street
January 14, 2013
Great product. Warm wife, happy wife.
My wife has a Tourmaster heated jacket liner. Works great with the same plug.

PROS: Lightweight, Easy To Use With Other Gl, Easy To Use

February 19, 2015
I'd buy them again
very much like the no wires feel and the heat around the fingers and they slide nicely inside my motoboss insulated gloves. 30 min. ride to work finger tips used to get cold now at least they feel good in the 30 deg. range, we'll see this winter how cold they can go before finger tips start to get cold again hopefully that will be in the low teens need a short pigtail on liners to make them easyer to plug in

PROS: Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile

BEST USES: Street, Off-Road, Long Rides, Below 40 Without Control
December 6, 2012
Very satisfied with them
Just got the Sedici Hotwired glove liners. These are my first pair of heated gloves/glove liners, but I already had heated jacket and pants liners. I maximize my riding season and ride to work as much as possible, which is 28 miles one way with around 22 of those on highway. My bike is an '08 Busa. Still riding now in December, low to mid 20's these last 2 mornings. Without the liners, my fingers would get cold about 3/4 of the way to work. With the liners, they keep plenty warm for the whole ride. I'm wearing them inside the winter gloves I already had. Bit of a tight fit, but comfortable enough and still have sufficient movement. I'd recommend getting the smallest size that will fit without being too stretched out. Since they're my first pair, I can't compare to anything, but I'm very happy with them.

BEST USES: Long Rides, Street
December 12, 2012
Amazing relief!
Like many have said, these things work great! I rode the other day here in Atlanta in 25* weather. I had regular glove liners and my thick leather gloves. 10 minutes into my morning commute, my fingertips were numb. Soon after, my fingers were numb. The remaining ride was a bit miserable. Afer purchasing these, my ride was perfect! It was 26* and I felt nothing but great!!! Hands were toasty all around, especially in the fingers, where it's needed most. I rode to work so happy. Perfect investment. Regular glove liners do work 35*-45*.

PROS: Easy To Use, Lightweight, Versatile, Durable

BEST USES: Street, Long Rides
November 13, 2013
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