Charles Darwin once said that the species that is best fit to survive is neither the strongest nor the most intelligent one. Change demands adaptability, and though the elements have continued to bring changes we aren’t meant to survive, we have found ways to negotiate our survival. Heated clothing is one example, particularly heated snowmobile apparel that has allowed us to turn the once-dreaded winter into an exciting sports season. Electric snow gear can be warmed by a rechargeable battery. Thin heat-conductive wires run throughout the fabric and get heated with the applied current. As a result, you can gear up in warm jackets, overcoats, socks, gloves, vests, and pants to blaze the trail on your snowmobile in comfort and style. The following are some of the best heated snowmobile apparel from various manufacturers.
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Fly Racing Black Ignitor Battery Heated Gloves – (Model 476-2910L)
Integrated with 3M Thinsulate insulation, these heated gloves are touchscreen-friendly. Their stainless core heating regulates warmth evenly throughout the gloves. Pre-curved fingers make the pair very usable. Hipora® Liner material is used for waterproof and windproof features. The package includes a lithium-ion battery, a 120-volt charger, and a controller to adjust 3 heating preferences. An LED light indicates the gloves’ current heating status. The gauntlet can be resized as required. These electric gloves are a perfect choice for snowmobilers, creating a better grip for effortless maneuvering while keeping your hands warm.
TOUR MASTER Women’s Black Synergy 7.4-Volt Battery Powered Heated Jacket – (Model 8761-0405-76)
Available online, the Tour Master heated jacket has a Wind-Shark® waterproof shell. The collar, arms, and body are lined with microfiber. ESO™ locking zipper is applied to the pockets and inside storage. The shell, lining, and insulation are all 100% polyester. There are three 6.5” x 2.5” heating panels of steel alloy fiber material, two of which are placed in front and one at the back for even conduction of heat. The battery lasts for 2.5 hours if you choose high heat and can warm you up for 10 hours on low heat. The package comes with a rechargeable 7.4 lithium-ion battery, along with a charger. The jacket should only be hand-washed.
OUTANY Electric Heated Vest, 5V, Size Adjustable
This rugged polyester vest can be ordered through online stores. This heated snowmobile apparel is best for all outdoor pursuits and is equipped with a smart 3-speed heat mechanism (low, medium, high). The lining contains carbon fiber to regulate heating across the vest. It is powered through USB cable and spans over several sizes from M till 4XL. A 10,000 mAh battery will provide heat for 8 hours, whereas a 20,000 mAh battery will last up to 16 hours. It is an efficient and lightweight alternative to an otherwise bulky, multiple-layered ensemble of clothes.
Gears Gen X-4 Warm Tek Mens Heated Socks
Available in sizes from XS till 2XL, these heated socks for men contain 85% polyester and 15% Lycra. They generate heat around the toes. ZEPTO fiber heat technology runs along the soles and general foot region, warming you right up in case you get cold feet while out on the trails on your snowmobile. You can easily wear your boots over these socks.
MOBILE WARMING Black 12V Dual Power Heated Pants – (Model MWP19M06-01-04)
The gender-neutral pants heat up on 12 volts with a rechargeable lithium-ion battery. Their 100% nylon Windshark® softshell fabric offers superior resistance to water and wind. You can adjust the heat level with 4 settings. Multi-Zone panels for optimum heating are placed in the seat, thighs, waist, and knee regions.
Men’s Heated Vest with Rechargeable Battery, by Polaris
Made from durable nylon, this heated vest from Polaris keeps you warm as you commute through long distances. It has 160 grams of 3M Insulations, and you can choose from 3 available heating preferences. The sizes range from S to 3XL. It can be recharged with the included 7.4 volt battery. Since this heated snowmobile apparel comes from Polaris, you know that they had snowmobilers in mind when creating the product.