Well, Gerbing has discontinued the glove, and the battery packs are discontinued as well!
So, for now, I have the glove working again by removing both wire leads from the battery. Then soldered solid copper wires which was pushed into the broken wire ends - then 'plugged' those solid copper wires into the broken wires of the battery.
Careful not to have any cross-shorting of the 2 wires - then electrical taped over the area and taped the wire snugly to the battery case to take the strain off of the battery/wire joint.
It works - and I'm back in business.
I simply cannot ride for more than 20 mins on cold days without these heated glove liners.
Next I am looking at cheaper alternatives - placing one of the spare 12V scooter batteries I have under the seat - and wiring directly to a current/temp controller and on to some 12 V gloves, or liners. I have no interest in wiring 12V gloves to my main LIKE battery.... not while I have 2, good, spare batteries.
From day-one, I was concerned about the life span of these small wires, because they have to be shifted repeatedly when recharging, etc.
THANKS for the suggestions guys !!