New Waterproof & Breathable Heated Liner using Gelanots!
110 Watts at 13.8V of Heat using our NEW Soft Heat Pure Science Heating Method
Reflective "Illuminite" to keep safe at night when wearing it as a jacket (See Photo)
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™
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Posted by Christopher Siano on 18th Oct 2015
pockets, zippers and wire runs are all ideal. The receiver has its own pocket and it sits in the nice location that is never in the way. button holes allow easy running of wires into the jacket. A zippered access to the inside allows easy wire management.
The jacket heats up fast. No complaints on the heat. It is just great.
Ridden in temps down to the high 30's and a synthetic T-short, this liner and my armored jacket are all I needed. The reduced bulk over a typical layering for the same temps is far more comfortable and when you turn off the heat, you can go into a building and not start to overheat.
My outer jacket is waterproof, so I can not vouch for this one. However, it defends from the wind quite well. Taking my jacket off usually allows the wind into my layers. With the liner zipped up, I could not feel any air. That is huge in keeping the heat in.
All the little pockets and the direction which the zippers operate make managing the connectors easy. I don't find putting the liner on and connecting pants and gloves all that difficult. Heck, the added bulk of layers is usually more time consuming.
You can tell that this liner has been the result of real life use.
I was worried about the amperage, but since I can run this liner at 50% or less, it really does not put that much of a load on my electrical system. I'm sure if it was a lot colder I'd need to turn it up, but I'd also be adding a light fleece over the liner too.
This garment has really made my cold weather riding a lot more comfortable.
I did look at other options and feel that the Warm and Safe offering was better in almost every feature. In some cases, the competition seemed to "me too". in other cases, the competition was more bulky or didn't seem as well fitted. There is also a lot of marketing BS by other companies. None of that is going to keep you warm out on the road.
Posted by Ken McClymonds PE on 29th Apr 2015
Recently traded an old heated jacket on a 90W Waterproof heated liner. Was caught in the rain last weekend and used this jacket in place of my bulky rain jacket. Above 40 mph I could feel the moisture leaving the jacket, but somehow it remained warm. It also did a great job of shedding the rain. I now carry this instead of 2 jackets on the bike. Great design and great execution of the design
Ken Professional Engineer and Head Road Captain
Posted by Ken on 23rd Jan 2015
I like to ride year round and there are some cold days that would normally stop most people from riding that now do not stop me now that I have the new heated liner. I never had heated clothing before but now that I have it I will not go without it. Great quality and great fit.
Posted by CEM on 6th Jan 2015
I accidentally ordered the wrong size. The return process was quick and efficient and I received the correct size in a matter of days. The quality of the liner is great. The liner heats up quickly, and you will need a temperature controller. I am now able to just wear the liner, and long sleeve shirt and not multiple layers of clothing under my GoreTex jacket. The glove connections in the sleeve's are fantastic. I can now get rid of the long V harness that runs down your arms. I could not be happier with this liner.
Posted by Steve Kennelly on 29th Dec 2014
Finally got a chance to really test my Generation WaterProof liner. It was 30F this morning when I left for work and 60F on the way home. Wearing identical gear, I was comfortable on both rides. I wear a kevlar mesh jacket over the liner, and I was toasty warm at 30F, with the controller set to about 50%. It's nice to wear the thin liner under the jacket all the time instead of the bulky windproof liner for my kevlar jacket, and not have to stuff my fleece into my backpack for the ride home.
Super convenient, super comfortable!
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