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Firstgear Men's 90 Watt Heated Jacket Liner

A cold weather workhorse, Firstgear’s 90 Watt Heated Jacket Liner is a dependable companion on any motorcycle ride. Able to be used independently or paired with other heated accessories, this liner gives safe, convenient warmth that can be easily adjusted to suit your need. When it comes to cold weather riding, Firstgear and the 90 Watt Heated Jacket Liner has what it takes to keep you out there no matter what the mercury shows.
  • The Firstgear Heated Liner Jacket is available in 90-watt and 65-watt versions
  • Exclusive dual-zone heating system allows you to use the single or the dual Heat-troller without rewiring the liner. Liner rated at 110 watts at 12.8 volts
  • Designed to be worn over a single layer of clothing, a t-shirt or other lightweight garment. A protective outer jacket should always be worn over it
  • Built to be temperature neutral, so that you can wear your liner all day and not have to change clothing when you need heat
  • Lightweight soft nylon shell for minimum bulk, non-coasted 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
  • 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 to wick away moisture
  • Packs into its own zippered pouch; included
**Note: You will need to get one of the following Heat Controllers to control the heat setting:
  • Item # 10880

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Heated Liner Jacket

Great jacket, SUPER WARM. Easy to hook up to your bike. Make sure you have ordered any extra parts you might need when you place the order originally. Fit's really good and easy to detach when you get off your bike. Really a wise choice and good investment for any of us who ride where its cold a couple of months a year.

Michael - December 10, 2007

(Darien, IL)

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A dream come true

No need in waiting for this jacket to warm before riding, instantly hot and plenty of warmth, on a 30 degree day I only needed 50% of the total output to keep plenty warm

terry sharp - November 20, 2008

(hope, MI)

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Firstgear - 90 Watt Heated Liner Jacket

This along with a heat controller is the heart of my new heated system. I like the fit which works well under my leather jacket. It's nice and warm and in fact should probably be used with a dual heat controller so that heat to the gloves can be maxed out and the liner set only part way. I'm glad I bought this heated liner so far.

JDubbie - December 09, 2008

(Iowa City, IA)

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BRING ON THE COLD!!!

It took me years before I finally caved and bought the heated stuff. Price adds up quick when you start figuring heat trollers, liners and all the cords and power source concerns. But in the end, it buys me months of additional use of my bikes. We finally had a sunny day where I could test the gear, and I'm happy to report it works like a dream. Prior to having the heated gear, my limit was 45 degrees - and that was with several layers that made me feel bulky. Today I rode in 25 degrees with only two layers and even jeans (!) and was toasty, even at highway speeds. For the first time in my life I'm not concerned about the cold season. Nothing beats warm-weather riding, but if you live where it gets cold, and you've got to ride to keep your sanity, then this is definitely a worthwhile investment!

Michael A - December 22, 2008

(Franklin, TN)

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Jacket Liner - Thumbs Up

I have been able to use my liner a few times now. I don’t know why I waited so long to wear heated gear. I will never ride in the cold without it ever again. Thus far, I have only had to turn it up about half way to keep warm. It does take a few minutes to get all the cords lined up (especially with the heated gloves) but it is worth it to stay warm. I recommend this product for anyone looking for a good value in heated equipment. I got the dual controller and gloves. Great setup for the cold weather.

Steve Golik - January 14, 2009

(Andover, KS)

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This is one HOT jacket

OK, fit - spot on for large. Finish and features- tops. Durability - so far so good. I have used this jacket (with long sleeve shirt under and Tour Master Transition jacket over) down to 8 deg. That is a 45 min commute at night, on the Interstate. With the jacket set at 3/4 max I was not cold a bit. I guess you have to live up north to need full power. Consider that when buying the 90 or 60 watt version.

Karl Rhyner - January 19, 2009

(Sandy Hook, VA)

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Heated Jacket Liner and Gloves

Where the hell has this been all my riding life? It is amazing to have. If you don't get it, you are a schmuck. This is the best gear I've bought over the last 18 years of riding. I will never leave home without it. It will always be in my saddlebags ... just like my American Express card. It fits well and it works! Motorcycle Superstore has been incredible with knowledge and service; they are great to do business with and I totally recommend them.

AC - March 30, 2009

(Los Angeles, CA)

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90 Watt Heated Liner Jacket

One wouldn't think heated clothing would be necessary in Santa Barbara, Ca. But the early mornings can be in the twenties and thirties. I recently went on a 10-day camping trip on my Yami 1300T and I'm really glad I had the jacket for the first two days as I left SB and ended up at 7300 feet at the Grand Canyon. The jacket really helped, as the early morning and late afternoon rides were done in some cold weather. Did I stay warm? You betcha. Just to see how warm I was, I turned off the gloves and jacket. Immediately, I was colder. I kept the heat on until I was clearly riding in the warmth of the sun. There is no way around it, but the cords can be a nuisance if not managed properly. Happy I had the jacket and gloves. I was concerned about sucking up 90 watts of power, but it had no affect on my battery and charging system at all (V-Star 1300 T). Based on my research, the FirstGear jacket was the way to go and that assessment proved to be true.

Chaz Roberts - May 04, 2009

(Santa Barbara, CA)

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Firstgear - 90 Watt Heated Liner Jacket

It works as intended. In retrospect I probably could've got away with the 60W one. It fits tight as it should and keeps me nice and warm. I'm using one heat troller to run this and the gloves plugged into its sleeves. With the 60W version I could've adjusted the troller higher to get the gloves warmer. But since the bike has heated grips I can still probably ride into the low 20-s. So far I've used this down to 28F. With the wires zippered away I wear it occasionally as a nice casual jacket, to walk to a store for example. Even then it's warm and comfortable.

Zoltan - October 23, 2009

(Sterling, MA)

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Hot Stuff

After years of freezing I finally got a heated liner and man is it great! I like to ride year round and this makes it much much nicer. Even turned up just halfway it’ll keep you plenty warm. It’s lightweight, has a high collar, good sleeve length and fits nice and snug so you can easily wear it under your normal gear. All in all, I highly recommend it.

David - November 27, 2009

(Seattle, WA)

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Worth every penny

This has got to be the best thing I've purchased for riding comfortably in cold weather! It's like wearing an electric blanket around your body, keeping you warm & comfortable. You'll ride safer because you're not in a hurry to get to your warm destination. A fantastic bargain!

Allan - December 04, 2009

(Santa Rosa, CA)

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TESTED GOOD AT 30 DEGREES

I have been riding for many years and this is the first time I ever purchased a heated item for motorcycle riding. I usually think twice before riding long distances in cold weather, but soon after I received this vest I took a 400 mile camping trip on my dual sport. I think once you have one of these heated liners, you probably will not want to ride again without one. I don't think I turned mine up past the halfway point on the heatroller. Freezing rain was coming down for hours and my upper body was nice and warm. Even though I have heated grips, my finger tips did get cold through my winter riding gloves, so Heated Gloves are on my list. My toes got cold, but I was wearing leather boots. No amount of money is too much for comfort and safety.

Glenn - January 29, 2010

(San Angelo, TX)

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Nice and Toasty!!

Heats up fast, I love it, can’t believe I waited all them years to go the heated gear route. Best money spent.

jason walker - February 01, 2010

(auburn, WA)

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FirstGear - 90 Watt Jacket Liner

FirstGear heated gear is the best! I've got the jacket which is super warm. Very cozy. First very snug. I especially like the fit under my FirstGear Kilamanjaro Jacket. Was riding in 30 deg weather and very comfortable!

M Randall - February 17, 2010

(Westerville, OH)

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90w heated liner jacket

We still have ice in the area (so I haven’t ridden too much) but the days that I did, this jacket liner rocks. It is very warm, almost HOT, and covers all the neck with its soft lining. Using the Dual Troller I had great success with the temps on my hour long commute. Well worth the price. Great product.

Cliff - March 05, 2010

(South Riding, VA)
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