90 Watts of Heat using our NEW Soft Heat Pure Science Heating Method
Reflective Piping to keep safe at night when wearing it as a jacket (See Photo)
Reflective "Illuminite" at Neck (See Photo)
Anti-bacterial Stretch Panels to keep heat against the body
Breathable Shells with Wind Stop and Moisture Block
Locker Hang Loop
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 and the few left can be found in the Outlet Store
All Our Heated Gear should be used with an optional Heat-troller™
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Posted by Diljeet Masuda on 11th Jun 2016
My wife loves her new heated gear.
I purchased a gen 4 liner in a size xs. My wife is 5'3", 100lbs, 32c top with a 24" waist. The xs was slightly baggy, but when she added her Dainese EU40 leather riding jacket over it that put the liner snug to her body. I also purchased the xs glove liners that fit well under her xs dainese gloves. We also have the wireless dual heat troller. It allows my wife to adjust the gloves and jacket separately. She really loves this set up. We are in Colorado and when we ride at higher elevations and over the passes she is no longer cold. I can't believe I waited so long to purchase this fear for her. We own a Ducati Multistrada Granturismo and she rides pillion. Five stars for the gear and the customer service. I made several phone calls before purchase and all questions were answered.
Posted by John on 5th Jan 2015
Wife loves this. Now we can extend our riding season by quite a bit. The new heating mesh is very nice and thin. Figuring out the wiring routing that works best with here set-up took a little bit, but not difficult. I guess that is just my OCD working in the engineering business.
Posted by Rob on 28th Oct 2014
Wife loves her new Gen $ Liner jacket. She no longer had issues going for ride when temp got down to 37 degrees up here in Canada.
Posted by Katherine on 2nd Apr 2014
As a tall woman motorcyclist, I usually don't get the opportunity to buy the highest quality products, because they are so rarely offered in my size. I have owned a half dozen heated jackets over the years and this is the best one so far, and it actually fits, too! Amazing.
Two specific things I would like to point out, in addition to the tall sizing, which I am thrilled with:
1. The cord to plug the jacket in, comes out the OUTSIDE of the jacket. As a woman, if I can find riding overpants that fit me properly, they overlap the heated jacket by quite a bit, because women's waistlines are higher on their midsections. Having the cord exit the heated jacket on the outside, means that I can tuck the jacket into my overpants and actually take advantage of the heat on my stomach and lower back, without having to spend a lot of time trying to route the cord out the bottom of the jacket and back up over my overpants waistband. And I don't have the struggle to route the cord again whenever I accidentally tug on it and pull it out. I can ride about an hour more per day, now, that I used to waste by spending all that time with my hands down my pants. :)
2. Lately there's been a trend to make heated jackets out of this rubberized fabric that sticks to the lining of my other gear. Warmnsafe has resisted this trend and used a slicker fabric. Which makes it a lot easier to get my other gear on over the top of the electrics. Please Mike, don't ever follow the industry trend to that horrible rubberized stuff!
Posted by core10metal on 15th Jan 2014
Bought this for my thin blooded girlfriend and it fit her like a glove. The slender waist is a def plus. I ordered the long arms and glad I did as she actually has long arms lol.
Took her out in low 20's and it kept her very toasty. Long t-shirt, then heated jacket, then a thin insulated jacket over that. Her only complaint is that it could have more heat in arms and less in the stomach area. She mentioned in got very hot under the breast area to her stomach. I told her that's because she was holding onto me ;)
I might mention that this jacket may also pass for a European fit on a slender man. I was too big for it but would consider in the future.
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