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Generation WindBlock Men's Heated Pants Liner

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$214.95
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Product Description

NEW WindBlock Pants Liner! Front Panel Made From Stretch Gelanots to Block the Wind when riding in jeans
NEW Run the Pants and Socks together or on Separate Heat-trollers
NEW Heated zones cover thighs, knees and upper butt
Form Fitting, close fit for optimum heat transfer to body
Uses Our New Soft Heat Heating Panels!
Made of stretch fabric allowing full range of movement for any activity and fits easily under your outer garments
Packs into its included zippered pouch

Sock plugs stow in their own zippered pockets when not in use
Performance fabric: Anti Bacterial treatment prevents odors and Moisture Management wicks moisture away from skin
4 Zones of Heat making about 40 watts, 2.7 amps at 12.8 volts
Color: Black

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



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  1. Awesome!!!! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st May 2018

    I waited to review these because I had a trip planned a month or so after purchase and I wanted to test them. I can telly you that these are fantastic. These will alter your riding experience for the better.

    I Just returned from a trip of 2500 miles to elevations of 8000 feet and temps in the low 30's and these things rocked!!!

    I wear chaps and these liners kept me warm allover but especially where the chaps cut short on the upper sides of my hips.

    I also have the jacket liner and and gloves from Warm & Safe and highly recommend them all. Great company that supports their products.

    Do yourself a favor and buy some of this stuff. You'll forever wonder why you waited.


  2. Works well for really cold temps 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Mar 2018

    I had a pair of W&S pant liners from a few years ago, but they didn't hug my legs like they should. I decided to try their new liner with wind block. When I got them I also found that they hugged my legs better. They work well down to -6 degrees, which is the coldest I've gone ---- so far.
    The connecting cable could be an inch or two longer.


  3. Can't think of any way to improve 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 4th Feb 2018

    I've been using these pants liners for a few years. They are awesome and I can't think of anything I would want to change on them.

    For me and my usage, the heat output matches very well to the output from the Gen WP heated jacket liner. I.e. running them both together on one thermostat works great. No problem with one being too hot or the other is too cool.

    I left home a couple of weeks ago for an hour and a half ride on the Interstate. The air temp when I left home was 30F. I had on all my Warm 'n Safe gear. Jacket, pants, glove liners and socks. Other than the WnS gear and some wool socks, everything else I was wearing was my normal summer riding gear. Roadcrafter suit, boots, and summer gloves. I was running the glove liners on their own channel of the thermostat and kept them turned up to about 75%. The rest I only ran at about 50%. I was totally toasty for the whole ride.


  4. Good heat, too much in the knees for me 4 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Jan 2018

    These work overall well, but I find that they get too hot in the lower thigh/upper knee area when my knees are bent on the bike. Also, because they are a base layer, they really need an insulating layer over them in colder temps as well (as would be expected). Full disclaimer, I ride a naked bike with no fairing to block the wind.


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