Battery-powered heated glove now available across the country.
Link International, the Australian distributor of Macna, has announced the release of the 2019 Neutron heated glove, which is now available at participating dealers and online retailers around the country.
For riders facing extreme cold, the Macna Neutron heated glove is the ideal solution. Completely wireless, it has a lithium battery hidden in the cuff of the glove and a three-setting regulator on the top side of the cuff. Even when the heater is switched off, the Bemberg thermal lining maintains the warmth inside the gloves.
The Neutron gloves also keep you dry thanks to the OUTDRY system. This water impregnable membrane is laminated directly to the inside surface of the outer shell of the glove so that water cannot penetrate the glove at all. This prevents the gloves from becoming waterlogged and your hands getting cold and ensures the gloves are easy to dry overnight.
The Neutron glove is constructed from super tough yet flexible Goat leather with a nylon upper cuff for easy wrist fitment. Featuring RISC carbon knuckle protection, EVA padded palms and TPR padded fingers, the protection and safety levels are second to none while the electrical system fitted has three heat settings and a battery life of around four hours.
The OUTDRY waterproof and breathable membrane is heat bonded directly to the outer shell of the glove helping keep you dry whatever the weather. Warm, dry hands means agile fingers, that alone is a practical safety consideration – with a pair of Neutrons you will simply be able to ride better when it’s cold.
Other important features are a 30-degree closure strap and buckle with wrist and cuff straps for optimal security, a visor wipe on the left index finger, an ergo-thumb design for maximum comfort and dexterity and ‘touch tip’ in the fingers for operating smart screens without having to remove the gloves.
The Macna Neutron is available in black only sizes small to 4X-large, priced at RRP $399.95. For more information, visit www.macnaridinggear.com.au.