The Warm & Safe Heated Liner Jackets are made to be light, thin and body fitting. Lycra stretch panels allow a form fitting close fit to the body without sacrificing comfort, and allow optimum heat transfer to the body.
This garment is designed to deliver serious heat in an instant when the weather is seriously cold. There is heat in the sleeves, in the front, in the lower back, in the upper back and in the neck for full heat coverage.
Our liner is designed to be temperature neutral. As you ride through warm and cold zones you won't have to stop by the side of the road to dress and undress.
We have heated clothing designed for women and cut to women's sizes! Designed by a woman for women, it has all the great features of the men's liner but with shaping where it counts, dropped back hem for warming the lower back and a shorter length so that it won't stick out from under your leather jacket. And they are 30% lighter than the men's liner and they develop as much heat with less power draw. Check it out!
Zippered hand pockets and integrated plugs for connecting gloves and pants are also hidden in small zippered pockets when not in use. Eureka! No more dangly cords when sipping coffee at the cafe.
All our liners come wired with glove and pants connectors. All the wiring is in parallel so that if one wire fails, the whole liner does not. Because of an ingenious design, we have made each Liner capable of running with either a single or dual heat-troller. Yes they did copy this also!
Every Warm & Safe Liner comes with a stowing pouch so that you can pack it away using minimal space when not in use. Packing Size is only 12 x 10 x 2 inches thick! Yes they did copy this idea also!
Since we developed the use of the DC Coax Power Plug and Jack for Heated Clothing, ALL Warm & Safe Heated Clothing use our designed Connectors which give a better connection, are smaller, and are plug compatible with the other copies on the market.
And they are Warm! The Men's Heated Liner Jacket produces 90 Watts of heat with a draw of 7.5A at 12.8v. The Women's Heated Liner Jacket produces 90 Watts of heat with a draw of 7.A at 12.8v. Believe it or not there are those that do not realize that the motorcycle or ATV when running actually can put our up to 15.25Volts. That means the liner will actually produce more heat with the vehicle running than with the engine turned off. You will see us sometimes using 12.8V and sometimes 13.8V in talking about the Watts of heat and the Amps of draw. Don't get confused, it is just a base line for reference. So if you are going to test our heated gear, do so with the engine running to get the right Voltage and Amps to simulate being on the road.