Firstgear 90 Watt Heated Jacket Liner

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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
    • Item # 10880

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    Don't know why I waited so long in getting something like this. Downsides, cables everywhere, and trying to figure out where to put the heat controller is another pain. Heat controller should come with the Jacket as adding in another $80 on top of the price, that is why I waited so long. PRICE.. But it does making riding on cold mornings a little more enjoyable.

    jason - March 10, 2015

    (Oceanside, CA)

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    Great product. You wont notice it working until you actually get out there and start riding. Starts to heat up almost instantly. Highly recommend this jacket. I wish I would have bought the dual controller.

    Joshua - March 02, 2015

    (virginia beach, VA)

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    FirstGear 90 Watt Liner

    This liner is a must have product! Fit was true to size. I have recently taken a few rides at less than 30 degrees both times and was toasty warm! Also bought the firstgear gloves and I chose the single controller to start with and may go to the dual later. Mainly because my hands were sweating! Even warmth throughout the liner (especially at the neck!) which made all the difference in conditions that simply would've been miserable without.

    Lonnie - February 16, 2015

    (Rayville , MO)

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    FIRSTGEAR - 90 WATT JACKET LINER

    Great jackets. Have only tested it at this point and it heats up considerably in all the areas advertised. No more chilly rides for this veteran rider!

    Steven - February 16, 2015

    (Saint Albans, VT)

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    7 years and still going

    This is outstanding. I have used it all over the country. This jacket can put out the heat. You can adjust it down but when you want to warm up, you sure will. Love it for local rides but great on across country rides because don't have to pack as much heavy clothing.

    Jon - November 03, 2014

    (Powell, TN)

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    Excellent

    The Best Motorcycle Gear ever...

    Ginette - October 17, 2014

    (Grand Falls, NB)

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    Awesome heated jacket!

    Rode 90 miles in 25-35 degree weather in central Texas during the summer many times and this jacket kept me warm and content. Below 25* at 80mph, it won't keep you super toasty - but I don't imagine anything could. For those wondering (it was hard for me to find info), the jacket has wiring inside running through the sleeves out to the wrists for gloves or glove liners.

    Brian - August 30, 2014

    (Waco, TX)

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    worth every penny!!!

    Yes, get it. I bought everything...jacket, pants, gloves, socks, troller, etc and it is amazingly warm..hot..or whatever you want it to be. Cords are a MAJOR hassle but your gonna get that with any brand so just buy the gear and be warm. I believe it was worth every penny.

    Dan - March 21, 2014

    (Santaquin, UT)

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    Heated Jacket

    Exceptional quality and value.

    Callis - March 21, 2014

    (Merritt, NC)

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    Great Jacket

    I like the fact that it is very light weight but still keeps you warm. I very seldom have the temp set on high.

    Brandon - February 10, 2014

    (Eugene, OR)

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    Works great.

    Heated Jacket liner and gloves work great. I bought the adaptor that allows me to plug into the existing battery tender sae harness---works great. Used a small alligator clip to attach the power plug adapter to the seat. Found a cell phone case online that fits the troller and attaches to my belt. This makes it easy to make temp adjustments without having to take unit out of jacket pocket.

    Dick - February 10, 2014

    (Hiawassee, GA)

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    Great Jacket Liner

    Great product. Where have you been all my life? Easy to wire the glove plugs separately from the jacket liner. I returned the first one because it was too snug. Usually wear a large, which is what I ordered, but returned for an XL. It was a bit too snug in the arms for my liking with a long sleeve t-shirt as a base layer, and my arms are pretty skinny. If you're built, you definitely should order one size up.

    L. Apoldo - January 13, 2014

    (Cherry Hill, NJ)

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    Warmth!

    This product makes winter time riding a reality! I hate taking the winter off from riding because of the cold and this heated jacket makes it so I don't need to. The required remote "heat-troller" comes pre-paired with the heating unit so all I needed to do is adjust my fuses, plug it in and ride. No problems so far.

    Brian - December 24, 2013

    (Salem, OR)

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    gear jacket

    It was 26 degrees out side when I left the house.Went for a 120 mile ride and I wasn't cold until I un pluged.The jacket size was a little big but worked great.Now I have the gloves and pants and ride every day it doesn't rain.I would buy this product again.Just one size smaller.

    david - December 18, 2013

    (pahrump , NV)

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    Warm

    I ride 27 miles each way to work with this and the gloves, have been in weather as cold as 24 and stayed nice and warm, wished I had bought these along time ago. fit is snug to keep heat in, I wear a rain suit over it and the only part of me that gets cold is my chin.

    jeff - December 17, 2013

    (Spruce Pine, NC)
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