Tour Master Synergy Heated Pant Liner - 2011

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    Tour Master Synergy Heated Pant Liner - 2011

    Tour Master Synergy apparel is designed to operate from a vehicle standard 12-volt electrical system to provide unmatched levels of warmth and comfort. With Synergy apparel, wearers can be warm without the bulk and discomfort typically caused by excessive layers of clothing. By providing increased warmth and mobility in cold temperatures, Synergy apparel helps reduce fatigue while increasing safety and enjoyment.

    Each Synergy garment is heated by a series of durable carbon fiber heating elements, which generate safe, electronically controlled infrared heat. In addition to safe and even heating, carbon fiber elements are lightweight, flexible and safe to operate in wet conditions. It is carbon fiber’s light weight and flexibility that allows Synergy garments to fit comfortably under protective riding apparel.

    Includes:
    • Power Lead Wiring Harness
    • Temperature Control Unit (included)
    • Thigh Mounted Leg Band to attach the Temperature Control Unit

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    Great

    They fit between my jeans and chaps. No worries about getting cold.

    Gene - June 19, 2013

    (Dartmouth, NS)

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    Tourmaster 2011 heated Chaps

    After I wore my heated liners and they were warm I ordered my wife a set. She says they are warm but she says she is not thrilled about leaving home when it's that cold.

    Lyle - December 06, 2012

    (Polk, PA)

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    chap/heated

    Not too good. Very little heat on high. I wore some snow pants over it and still got little heat. Just regular pants underneath. Gonna send them back. They're quilted so it blocks the cold wind but very little heat if any.

    Bart T. - November 23, 2012

    (Freeport, NY)

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    Heated Chaps

    Fast delivery, I used them on a 1,100 mile ride in 40* temp. They kept me warm.

    Lyle - November 19, 2012

    (Polk, PA)

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    Excellent

    I've used it under my leather chaps down to 26 degrees 50 miles round trip to work. Nice and warm. Great buy.

    Joe B - January 30, 2012

    (Southern Utah, UT)

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    Larry

    They work well. It is a little harder to put on rather than a regular pair of pant liners.... the velcro goes around your thigh and calf. They keep you warm for sure. I wore them under my insulated riding pants. I use Gerbings for the coat and gloves so I am used to electrics. I wished I had spent the extra money and got the full pant liner rather than these, but this is a pretty good product.

    LarryinSeattle - January 05, 2012

    (Lynnwood, WA)

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    Impressed----but

    Just road my Wing from Mesa, Az to Long Beach, Ca and back. Wore chaps under 'relaxed fit' jeans and over my cycling base layer,very comfy and warm even in OFF position. To bring connector up over jean waistband and back down to connect to Synergy jacket is a couple of sharp bends,6" extension would relax bends. Most Tourmaster connector/adapters are NOT available (except those that come with gear). Tourmaster rep at Long Beach mc show says new supplier not up to speed on adapters.

    canaco - December 19, 2011

    (Castlegar, BC)

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    Heated (chaps) Pant liner

    Great product and well worth the money. I wear mine under my pants as you should. My wife (with her skin tight pants) can't wear them as you should. She wears them on the outside of her pants.(Inside or Outside) this product makes for a cozy ride on a cold day.

    steven - December 09, 2011

    (tell city, IN)

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    Worth it.

    I ride in mid 20 degree weather now. Legs stay warm on medium. Pants are long allowing me to tuck into boots to keep ankles warm. In retrospect, I would have dropped a few more bucks on the full pants for the extra crotch warmth.

    Harrison - January 05, 2010

    (Mathews, VA)

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    pant liner

    Haven’t had a chance to try them yet, but the fit is good and I have a cousin that has worn them for several years and talked me into getting them. I'll let you know early spring.

    charles robison - December 22, 2009

    (lake, MI)

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    heated chaps

    I would not call this a liner. They are chaps. They need to be worn under something to block the wind from the parts of the legs that are not covered, such as the bottom and the backs of the legs. I wanted to have a full pant liner but could not find something that did not have armor and fit a woman. Everything is made for men. Through trial and error I am happy with them. They keep my legs warm if I wear a pair of jeans under them and my Frog Tog pants over. A positive: the Velcro is wide and strong so they stay on when you walk.

    Paula - November 24, 2009

    (Rootstown, OH)

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    Pants Liner

    I like the way the pants or chaps fit with the Velcro at the ankle and thigh. Mine fit just right with a pair of winter riding underwear. The length was going to be a bother at first until I realized I could tuck the bottoms into my boots and cover the top of my feet! A little extra benefit...lol. They are just like wearing a thick pair of long johns that actually keep you warm!

    David Barnes - October 23, 2009

    (Lonoke, AR)

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    very hot

    I am 5'11, 240lbs and the XL fits normally. I would say their chaps need to be worn with something over them. Easy to put on, but beware of the toy clip on the back of the heat adjustment controller. I had the jacket one broken with in 5 min of opening the package. On another note, buying the v splitter allows you to independently adjust and seemingly give more power to a jacket/chap combo.

    Jeb - June 01, 2009

    (Los Banos, CA)

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    Tour Master heated pants and gloves

    On 02/26/09 with the tempature being between 45-50, I decided to go try out the Tour Master equipment I bought. I was worried about the pants because they are more like chaps and I thought they wouldn't keep me warm, but they really did. Even though the temp. was 45-50 I had it on the low setting and did fine in town. When I got on the highway I put the setting on medium and again did fine. The medium setting was too hot for in town and made my legs start to sweat (which is good cause I want to use these items at much colder temps). Now the gloves. Wonderful!! I wish I had them when I first started riding!! My hands always get cold, so I kept the setting on medium all the time and they were warm. The only bad thing is the tip of my thumb gets a little cold, but other than that my fingers and hand stay nice and warm. Over all I would say if you plan on riding when it is cold out, both of these are a must. I dont have the heated jacket, because I beleave my leather jacket with a long sleeve shirt underneath does fine. Now that may change when I test the gear at colder temps, but for now what I have works great.

    Honda vtx 1300 rider - April 10, 2009

    (Mount Orab, OH)

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    PANT LINER

    When you order these order a size smaller, otherwise I think there great

    joanne l holter - April 09, 2009

    (hoyt lakes, MN)
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