New Waterproof & Breathable Heated Liner using Gelanots!
110 Watts at 13.8V of Heat using our NEW Soft Heat Pure Science Heating Method
Reflective Scotchlite Piping to keep safe at night when wearing it as a jacket (See Photo)
Stowaway Waterproof Hood in Collar
Waterproof Breathable Gelanots Stretch Panels on the outside to keep heat against the body
Anti-bacterial Stretch Panels on the inside to keep heat against the body
Locker Hang Loop and Chest Pocket
Pocket in Pocket Designed for to take the Remote Heat-troller
Single or Dual Controller Functionality
Tall Size is 2 inches (50mm) Longer Body, 1.5 inch (35mm) Longer Sleeves
All Our Heated Gear should be used with an optional Heat-troller™
And they are Warm! 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.
Posted by Sue on 13th Jan 2017
This jacket is wonderful. We have now extended our riding season here in eastern PA until the temps are below freezing, only because of road conditions, there jacket is toasty beyond belief at half power! My wife is thrilled with her jacket as well and this will be a double review, listed under women's waterproof jacket too.
Posted by deeAnne Tarp on 29th Mar 2015
It fits like it should, so very comfortable, I had another brand, "unisex" liner, actually made for
man's body that bunched up on me causing hot spots and 2nd degree burns, after 4 replacements I bought this one and could not be happier
Posted by Karen P on 24th Sep 2013
previously using an old "on/off" heated vest, I was excited to have a full jacket! and. given that I was about to embark on an exteneded trip with a semi-mesh jacket I was glad to now have a waterproof heated liner.At 5'7" and 135#, I found the regular small size to be short in waist length and tight in the shoulders. the small tall size is perfect. love the long sleeves, fitting wrist cuff bands, cozy tall neck and fabulous hood(this may not come with all jackets).I love the look of the stand alone jacket as well. it was my go to jacket off the bike if it were raining at camp or chilly headed out for the walk to dinner. on the bike--instant heat when needed. I have the remote troller of which I am paranoid of losing. I may be wrong, but there may be less weight/bulk to jacket pocket if not using a remote troller. I ride pillion so a remote is not that necessary...there is a handy spot to "tie" it onto the jacket I paired it with and then tuck it into the outer jacket pocket. In one torrential downpour I did end up with water dripping into my waterproof guantlet gloves.I guess it was running down the liner and onto my hand/into my glove? not sure what the fix would be for that. liner cuffs are too snug to fit over waterproof gloves.nonetheless...love this heated liner:)