90 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
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
We are constantly making our products better. To thank you for your loyalty, if you have any older versions of OUR Heated Liners, you can get a discount by agreeing to send the old one in for the newest design. If you have one made by some other company, you can trade that in also but not for as much of a discount. But still it is a way to get rid of less quality product. Go to the Trade Up page on our site to see the offers.
All Our Heated Gear should be used with an optional Heat-troller™
Posted by Adrian on 14th May 2013
First ride with heated gear in Oz for 3 hours at 6 deg C (43f), not even turned to half and I barely noticed I was riding in the cold. The fit is excellent and true to size. Warm & Safe are the only company making 'tall' heated gear and the extra length in the body and arms over competitors makes it a no brainer. Highly recommended!
Posted by Syd Poole on 11th Apr 2013
On a recent trip to Phillip Island for the World Super Bikes, my mate and I arrived at Jindabyne in the Snowie Mountains. After 4 hours of cold wet riding I was warm and dry due to my Generation 3 Men's Heated Liner
and New Zealand Dairy Farmers wet weather gear. The Generation 3 Men's Heated Liner
is a quality,very good fitting,comfortable and warm product. AWESOME!!!
Posted by Tony F on 24th Jan 2013
Worked as advertsed on winter cross country trip at highway speeds, temps often in mid-20s. Bought Gen 3 as back-up to failed Gerbings that has now been repaired. Gen 3 perfectly functional but not as suitable for off-the-bike wear. Especially miss zipped wallet pocket -- now wish I had spent more to buy Gen 4 instead.
Posted by Unknown on 12th Oct 2012
been out on some cold runs but all nice and warm with the liner i don't go out with out it,thanks guys
Posted by Jim K. on 1st Oct 2012
This was my first time to wear electrically heated jacket and gloves while motorcycling thru the Colorado high country. It was great to be able to dial up the heat while going over 11,000 ft. passes. Most of the time I was very comfortable just using the liner without any heat out put.
The gloves kept my fingers warm, especially if I raised the finger tips up against the heating wires and I was still able to keep the throttle functioning with my palm and thumb.