Firstgear Heated Socks

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Rating 4.51 of 5 (14 Reviews)

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Firstgear Heated Socks

Indispensable on long motorcycle rides, the Firstgear Heated Socks take over where your riding boots leave off. Made from thin micro fleece, the socks fit under any shoe or boot and simply plug into Firstgear’s Heating Troller for easily controllable warmth.

Features:
  • Non-binding top
  • Heat where you need it, on the top of the toes
  • Technical fabric that is comfortable, thin, soft and wicks moisture
  • Fitted heel
  • Seamless toe
  • 9 watts of heat in each sock at 12.8 volts
**Note: You will need to get one of the following Heat Controllers to control the heat setting:
***Note: DC Coax Plug Y-Harnessrequired for use without pants liner

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Welcome warmth..

My feet get cold and stay cold when the weather turns nasty. It seems each year this gets to be more of an issue for me. These heated units are great. They put the warmth on top of the foot, and that is the area that gets hit with all the weather. I wear a heated vest of a different brand and was easily able to adapt the connections on the cords.

David - May 27, 2011

(Harrisville, UT)
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Good worm feet

You do need a heat controller with these socks, the first time I tried them without one I had to unplug them they got to hot. I got them on the small size because I thought they would work better when tight, but have found I wear them over my socks and would get the larger size next time. Once I got the heat dialed in my feet are perfect on my 45 minute commute in 'California" cold. (upper 30s, lower 40s in the morning)

Roy - January 16, 2012

(Fresno, CA)
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A good pair of sockes

I think these are a good buy. I plug them in by themselves. I use one control for them and the other one for jacket and gloves. I ride all year round. Thank you First Gear.

Ricky - January 30, 2012

(Pleasant View, TN)
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freezing

Feet would be absolutely freezing at the end of ride to work. Not now, heated socks took care of problem.

five - December 18, 2012

(wickenburg, AZ)
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This is the answer!

I ski at Alta Ski Resort in Utah. My toes will freeze when it is below 15 degrees. I use a home made waterproof plastic box to hold my ham radio batteries of 7.5 volts. I use the battery harness and the coax Y harness. Toes stay warm, not hot. The socks are thin, but durable. This is fine as the rest of my feet never feel the cold...just the toes. Worth every penny!!

Rich - January 29, 2013

(Sandy, UT)
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Worthy Investment

I wish I would have bought these sooner! I was initially concerned with the sizing but after reading a couple of the reviews about sizing I made the right choice. These things work great! They arrived when I was told they would. I honestly can't find anything bad to say about these liners!

Scott - March 12, 2013

(Fort Leonard Wood, MO)
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My girl was smiling...

I bought these for my girl to ride with me. 4'9" we bought xsmall; too tight. Then with the easy return got the small; great fit and works well with her pants or separately with First Gear controller. I also have these in the large size. We place a pair of socks between us and the heated gear. I have never purchased heated gear before and after researching for weeks we bought First Gear brand. Great value for me.

Donald - February 01, 2014

(Salem, VA)
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Knocks The Sting Out Of Cold Toes

I like these socks because it puts the heat right where I want it. When my toes start to burn and ace that's it for me, color me done. These do the trick. I have ridden in the mid twenties and felt toasty warm.

Donnie - January 21, 2013

(Cumberland, VA)
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works good

You turn it on and instant warmth. I have had to turn them down because they are getting too warm. A light sock underneath and a heavy sock on top. Fits good and works good. I have only used them a couple times so far but worth it to keep your feet warm.

Robyn - January 13, 2014

(Farmington, NM)
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Warm, but you have to keep the wind out!

I bought a size Large for my 11.5/12 size feet. As mentioned in other postings, the heat is only on top of the socks. The fit is good. I wore these on an hour+ interstate ride in the mid-30s with lace up riding boots and OVER socks. My feet were slightly chilly mostly due to wind but I’m sure if I wore them under my socks it would have been much better. Since they can’t be washed, I think next time I’ll either purchase shoe gators to keep the wind out, or wear socks… Heated socks then another sock to hold the heat in better (not a big deal for me since I have boots with a lot of space in the toe). I use these with the heated pants, 65W jacket, and gloves.

Eric - May 11, 2011

(Columbus, IN)
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First heated socks

These units work great. My feet, as they get older, get cold easy and stay cold the older that we get. These socks put the warmth on top of the foot and really help my issue of cold feet, I wear a thin sock under the heated ones, the sizing was right on for me. Thanks...

David T. - May 27, 2011

(HArrisville, UT)
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Mostly great

They do a great job of keeping warm. The location of the wire is a little fiddly. The velcro top is a little annoying, and if you forget even once to undo the velcro you'll damage the sock trying to pull it off. Construction seems a little weak but if you're careful they're alright. I wear a bigger pair of socks over to keep the heat in and ride down to the low 30's(F) no problem

ab - November 25, 2013

(Bellingham, WA)
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Sizing is out of whack.

Purchased a pair for those many cold days we must endure up here in Canada. The first thing I really noticed is the sizing. I used the size chart and going by my normal shoe size orderd a medium. I really should have ordered the large. Although they do fit, it is a tight fit, and tight fit on socks leads to poor circulation and....cold feet. The material is very thin, so I would really like to wear a thin sock under the heated one, but no way with the size I bought. I will wear another loose fitting sock over top of them. They seem to be well made, and the fitment on the foot is quite good, as it is not a tube sock. I plugged mine in directly to the bottom of my Tourmaster Synergy heated pant liner, but wish I had ordered the seperate wiring harness for the times I dont use the pant liner (will be ordering). The nice thing is, they really do a nice job of heating, and there are no annoying wires to walk on within the sock. Would I order another pair?...yes, but keeping in mind to get a size larger than indicated

Rick - April 01, 2011

(Morden, MB)
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Left blisters on my feet

I wore these over my socks and they were kind of uncomfortable. I ended up getting blisters on my right foot? They also get really hot in comparison to the rest of my heated gear? I would only wear these when it's below freezing and going to be cruising for hours on the interstate but around town? No that would be overkill.

K Brown - December 28, 2011

(Fresh Meadows, NY)
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