Electric Heated Gloves

Electric Heated Gloves
Keeping your fingers warm all winter long.

Winter gloves work fine for blocking wind and resisting moisture, but they lack in keeping your fingers adequately warm.  This is because standard winter gloves depend on a layer of insulation stuffed into the glove with hopes to trap what little heat your hand is producing.  When temperatures fall, the effectiveness of this method quickly dwindles as the outside elements over power your hand’s ability to produce heat, which in turn leads to cold fingers.

Dealing with cold fingers can be a painful experience as you lack the ability to fully control the movement in your digits.  This decrease in mobility is both frustrating and potentially dangerous.

To put an end to cold fingers altogether, heated gloves work by producing active heat that is delivered directly to the source of the problem.  Heated gloves use micro-carbon fibers which are about 10X thinner than the human hair to warm up the perimeter of your hand. These heating elements move and flex just like the materials in the glove making their existence go unnoticed.

Powered by long-lasting lithium-ion batteries, you can rest assured that you will feel consistent heated comfort throughout your fingers.  After up to 6 straight hours of active heat, simply recharge the batteries and you are ready to go for another day of soothing warmth.


Temperature controllers allow you to regulate the heat emitted to your fingers so you will never be too warm or too cold again. The idea behind heated gloves is to make your hand temperature neutral by creating your own personal micro-climate. You now have the power to adjust the heat according to your own particular desire.

Heated gloves give you the ability to regain your mobility and make cold weather outings much more enjoyable. Not only are they great for skiers, motorcyclists, and hunters, but heated gloves are perfect for anyone dealing with cold temperatures.

Those of us that suffer from Raynaud’s disease can benefit greatly with heated gloves as they effectively warm the extremities and reduce the symptoms of an attack.  Improving blood circulation within your fingers with active heat can help to treat attacks from Raynaud’s disease making everyday living more comfortable.

Heated gloves are the answer you have been waiting for. Stop suffering with freezing fingers and look forward to heading outside when the winter season sets in.

What is Heated Clothing?

Heated Clothing
You Will Wish You Would Have Known About It Sooner

We have let winter weather control our lives for far too long, and it’s time to do something about it.  I’m sick of letting the thermometer dictate when I go out for a walk or attend an evening concert. I’m tired of waddling like a penguin from all of the extra insulation I pack on just to try to stay warm. And I’m finished with going into 6 more weeks of seclusion just because some rodent saw his shadow.  I’m ready for a change, and I’m ready for it now.

Clearly layering clothing is not the most effective way of staying warm during the winter as sweating quickly becomes a major problem.

As the body sweats, perspiration exits the pores and is trapped in the layers clinging to your body.  The cooler outdoor temperatures chill the moisture causing you to feel cold.

Becoming a hermit every time the weather turns cold has its own set of drawbacks as well, like completely detaching yourself from the outside world, to call upon one example.

I propose a new solution.  A solution that makes the winters more bearable. No, I’m not talking about global warming, I’m talking about heated clothing!

Oh wait, heated clothing already exists!?

Yes, you heard right battery heated clothing designed specifically to give you the ability to adjust your body’s temperature is in fact a reality.

Powered by slim lithium-ion batteries, heated clothing provides long-lasting, consistent heat levels directly to your body.

You no longer have to deal with the hassles associated with bulky insulated outerwear as heated clothing integrates hair-thin micro fibers into key areas of the garment whether that be in a heated glove, a heated jacket, a heated vest, or a heated base layer.

These heating panels are both as pliable and as flexible as the fabric of the clothing, allowing you to move freely without even noticing their existence.  Heated apparel also gives you the ability to adjust the heat level to match your individual needs.  This gives you the power to create your own personal micro-climate.

The idea behind heated clothing is to be temperature neutral, or near room temperature. With heated gear, you will never be too hot or told cold as you can dial in the temperature settings to pinpoint your comfort level.

Imagine going skiing early in the morning as soon as the slopes open.  With the clouds still hanging overhead, you may want to power on your heated gear to the maximum setting on your ride up the chair lift.  Once you get moving and your blood starts to pump, your body will begin to naturally warm itself up and you can turn the heat settings down a few settings.  When you head into the lodge for lunch, instead of shedding layer after layer, simply power off your heated gear.  Having variable temperature control puts the weather in your hands.

The benefits of heated clothing are many.  For starters, heated clothing keeps your body warm even when it’s cold outside. (makes sense after all, right?)  Because of the lithium-ion batteries you have the freedom of portable comfort, giving you the luxury of taking the relaxing heat of your fireplace with you when you head outdoors.

Heated apparel is great for anyone spending time outdoors during the winter and is also beneficial to those that get cold easily. If you have ever wished that you could control the weather during the winter months, then heated gear may be the answer for you.

Heated Base Layer

Heated Base Layer
It’s time to welcome a new method for staying warm when out in the cold.

When braving the outdoors stricken with cold temperatures, layering is often the first line of defense. However, as anyone who has piled on the layers knows, sweating quickly becomes a major problem.

As the body sweats, perspiration exits the pores and is trapped by your base layer which absorbs the moisture and clings to your body.  The cooler outdoor temperatures chill the moisture causing you to feel cold.


Layering is not the most effective way of staying warm.  A heated base layer is key in giving your body the boost it needs to take on frigid temperatures. Constructed from a polyester-spandex blend, the fabric manages your body’s moisture by wicking sweat away from your skin to keep you dry and will protect you from wind and precipitation.

A flexible and pliable heating element is placed along the entire backside of the heated base layer to deliver your core soothing warmth.  Made with micro-carbon fibers 10X smaller than the width of a human hair, these heating elements are designed to move with you to the point of not even noticing their existence.


The 7.4V rechargeable lithium-ion batteries give you long-lasting warmth for up to 5 hours. You are also given the freedom to adjust the heat to your individual needs.  So as the day progresses and the weather warms up, simply lower the temperature settings to keep your body comfortable.

Heated base layers give you the energy and warmth you need to perform up to your fullest capabilities during the winter season. They are great for winter sport enthusiasts, but also work perfectly for a walk around the block, an late night concert, or while watching a evening football game.


A heated base layer is thin enough to be worn underneath your clothing without giving any indication that you have it on.  The form-fitting design is intended to fit snugly to the body for efficient heating and drying times.


It is time to welcome in a new system to stay warm in cold temperatures with a heated base layer.

Heated Apparel for Women

Heated Apparel for Women
Style meets comfort and warmth like never before.

Finding cold weather clothing for women that fits well, keeps you warm, and meets your style preferences is not always easy to come by.  One of the major downfalls that typically comes with the territory for dressing for the cold is the bulk and weight that conventional winter jackets carry.  Many women would rather opt for a slimmer and sleeker look than the poof of puffy insulated jackets.

That being said, the obvious problem of selecting a lighter jacket with a form-fitting cut lacks the capability of providing enough protection against chilly winds and cold temperatures.  This long running dilemma over whether to dress for style or for functionality has vexed women for years.

VentureHeat feels that they have put an end to this great debate by offering lightweight jackets and vests that are styled and tailored specifically for the female form and have added ultra thin heating elements for long-lasting warmth.

From soft shell heated jackets, heated fleece jackets and vests, and heated quilted nylon vests, VentureHeat offers an entire line of heated apparel just for women. The flattering designs combined with the active heating panels found in VentureHeat’s outerwear answers the plea for help from women everywhere who have had to make sacrifices either one way or the other in terms of style and comfort.

The heated apparel uses Xtreme Comfort Technology which uses hair-thin micro fibers that are integrated into the heating panels found strategically placed throughout the garments.  The heating panels are both pliable and flexible, allowing them to move freely with your body.  Unlike some of the competitor brands in heated gear that use resistor cables and coils, VentureHeat’s heated clothing is both cable-free and coil-free.  This innovation in heated gear technology eliminates hot spots and removes the stiff, uncomfortable feeling that cables running along your body induce.

Rechargeable lithium-ion batteries power the relaxing heat for up to 5 hours on a single charge depending on which settings you choose. After a day’s worth of heated comfort, simply plug the batteries into the wall with the included charger, and you will be all set for another session of blissful warmth.  A temperature controller gives you the ability to adjust the heat to your exact liking to keep your body at a comfortable level with just the click of a button.

Besides heated jackets and heated vests, VentureHeat also carries both heated gloves for ladies as well as heated glove liners. These are a great option for any woman looking for a boost of warmth in her fingers when the temperature drops.  
The heated gloves for women are styled after traditional winter gloves with a waterproof and wind-resistant exterior and leather palm to protect you from the elements.  The ivory, black, and gray color combination of the Women’s Classy Winter Heated Gloves are sure to complement any outfit.

If you would prefer to amp up an existing jacket that you already own, then take a look at what the Heated Base Layer for Women has to offer.  Made from a stretchable poly-spandex blend, it is thin enough to be worn underneath your clothing without giving any indication that you have it on.  The form-fitting design is intended to fit snugly to the body for efficient heating and drying times. Learn more about all of the great features that the Heated Base Layer has to offer.

Heated apparel allows you to be more active during the winter by letting you dress for both style and comfort instead of forcing you into conforming with traditional bulky outerwear.  Check out VentureHeat’s line of heated apparel for women to find the style right for you!

Tips for Heated Apparel

Help your heated gear to last long into the future.

Heated apparel is more than just a novelty or gimmick.  It’s a method of dressing smarter for cold weather to effectively keep your body properly heated.  Here are a few tips to make the most out of your heated clothing.

Fully Charge the Batteries

The 7.4 Volt lithium ion batteries that come standard with all of VentureHeat’s heated winter outerwear will perform optimally after first being fully charged.  To do this, simply plug the battery pack into the included wall charger.  When first plugged in, you will notice a red indicator light on the charger which means that the batteries are receiving power, and charging up.  After 4-6 hours of charging, the indicator light on the wall charger will turn from red to green.  Once the charger shows a steady green light, the batteries have been fully charged and are ready for use.  To get the most out of your heated gear, it is recommended to charge up your batteries  before each use.

Store When Not In Use

During the warmer months when you are not using your heated gear regularly, store your clothing in a cool, dry place. Prior to storage, fully charge the batteries.  If you are storing the heated gear for extended periods, it is recommended to charge up the batteries every 3 months to ensure that they will be ready to go when you pull them out of the closet the next time.

Wash with Care

To protect the longevity of the heating panels, spot cleaning is recommended.  Hang dry and do not iron. Bleach and other cleaning solvents should not be used.  Also, to take care of the heating elements, do not twist or wring your heated gear.  Following these instructions will keep your heated gear lasting for years to come.