Designed to be worn over a single layer of clothing like the TPG Basegear, a t-shirt or other lightweight garment. The liner is temperature neutral, so you can wear it all day and not have to change clothing when you need heat. A protective outer jacket should always be worn over the heated liner. Lightweight, soft nylon shell for minimum bulk and a non-coated finish for maximum breathability. Form fitting, snug fit for optimum heat transfer to body. Heating pads on front, upper and lower back, sleeves and collar for full heat coverage. The liner is rated at 110 watts at 12.8 volts. Integrated glove plugs and pants plug stow in their own zippered pockets when not in use. Flex panels and action back allow a full range of movement for any activity. Fleece inner collar wicks away moisture. The entire liner packs into its own zippered pouch (included) when not in use.Plug into aDC power source or battery pack. Heat-trollers (sold separately) provide you with multiple ways to control the heat output in your heated gear. Exclusive dual-zone heating system allows you to use the single or the dual Heat-troller without rewiring the liner.1-year limited Firstgear warranty.DC power source or battery pack. Heat-trollers (sold separately) provide you with multiple ways to control the heat output in your heated gear. Exclusive dual-zone heating system allows you to use the single or the dual Heat-troller without rewiring the liner.1-year limited Firstgear warranty.
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How did I ride without this before?
By Northwest Rider
Comments about Firstgear Women's Heated 90-Watt Motorcycle Jacket Liner:
After experiencing near hypothermia a couple of times riding in upper 40's weather (wearing cold weather jacket with thermal liner, fleece and wool underlayers), I decided it's time to get heavy arsenal because I don't want to give up riding in winter. So far it has kept me warm in temperatuure in upper 30's and 40's. I have not had need to turn the heat-troller more than half way up yet. The heating elements are in the chest, back and sleeves which are crucial to me. My arms get cold too. It makes commuting and long distance rides so much more comfortable. It works better if it fits snug. I'm 5'6", 130 lbs, with athletic build and normally wear the modern vanity size 2. The size small jacket liner is not snug on me at all. But the sleeves would've been a little too short on the x-small. That's about the only complaint I have with this liner (and also with the glove liners). Initially I had concerns about the torso length of the liner which is fairly short. But in terms of keeping this rider warm, it really doesn't matter. All in all, I am very, very happy with this purchase.
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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