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65 Watt Gen 3 Women's Heated Liner Close Out

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65 Watts of Heat using our NEW Soft Heat Pure Science Heating Method

These Gen 3 liners do not have the Pocket for the Remoted Heat-troller they are close out!

65 Watts of Heat using our NEW Alloy Heating Method
Anti-bacterial Stretch Panels to keep heat against the body
Breathable Shells with Wind Stop and Moisture Block 
Single or Dual Controller Functionality

Tall Size is 2 inches (50mm) Longer Body, 1.5 inch (35mm) Longer Sleeves

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  1. I'm in love! And he's keeping me warm on cold nights.

    Posted by happy and warm female rider from australia on 7th Aug 2013

    I absolutely love my heated jacket liner. I wear it every day, even when I'm heading out in the sunshine (tho not turned on) just in case I get caught out when the temperature drops, and when I do, I'm so grateful to have it. On an cold Aussie night of 8 degrees celcius, a half turn is the most I'll need. It heats up so quickly too. I feel that other road users must think I'm super hardy to be out there in the cold but secretly I'm a wuss with an electric blanket on! I took the liner out of my usual motorcycle jacket and this now takes place of that layer. It fits really well - wouldn't change a thing. Even those hips are happy.
    The heating elements are well placed. I don't feel like there are any 'hot spots' or cold patches.
    The jacket isn't bulky. I can't feel the wires when it's on me, though I can easily map them out by feel when it's off me (ok so what?).
    The bulkiest thing would actually be the controller, sitting in my pocket. I only mention this because if I was doing things over, I'd go for the wireless heat troller - not only would the wired receiver component be less bulky in my pocket (I imagine), but also I would be able to change settings without the need to pull over and fumble around. I am getting better now at predicting the setting I'll need for the ride before I take off. Once you hit the highway though, with wind chill, it would be nice to turn it up a bit on the fly.
    Having said that, I won't be doing things over as I am one happy, warm (and safe) motorcyclist :)

    Thank you warm n safe also for your great customer service both answering my questions so promptly and shipping the item only hours after I placed my order!

    PS: I have the rider classic gloves too now. They're awesome.


  2. warm enough for me

    Posted by MHK on 7th Nov 2012

    decided to purchase the 65W liner to be on the safe side. in temps in the mid-30s, going 60+ mph & averaging 40 miles each way, the liner kept me comfortable ranging from 1/4 to 1/2 turn of the knob. i have yet to use the liner at full power. i was also wearing a schampa warmskin skinny balaclava under the liner, which helped keep me warm. would like to mention that with the balaclava under the liner, i wasn't able to zip the neck portion. in any case, this heated gear is highly recommended. great customer service!


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