Outdoor Research’s Lucent heated gloves, Volt’s rechargeable heated gloves and the Coreheat Snow-2 gloves are three popular styles of heated ski gloves. Gear Patrol’s professional review of the Lucent gloves is mostly positive, as are customer reviews on Amazon.com for the Volt and Coreheat gloves.
The Gear Patrol review notes that even when the batteries die in the Lucent gloves, the insulated gloves are still warm. Woven into the fabric, the heating elements cover more surface area than competitors' gloves. The review states that on a full charge, the batteries last between two and a half hours and eight hours, depending on the heat setting.
The Volt gloves have an average customer rating of 3.5 out of five stars from customers on Amazon.com, while the Coreheat gloves receive 3.6 out of five stars, as of 2016. ToppersWorld.com lists both of these gloves, in addition to the Lucent gloves, in the top 10 best-selling heated ski gloves of 2016. The Volt and Coreheat gloves heat throughout the fingers, and customers state that the Volt gloves are easy to use and are good at keeping hands warm. Coreheat claims its Snow-2 gloves last two hours on high, and customers rave that they heat much more than gloves with chemical hand warmers and that they would be good gloves even without the heating element.