Gerbing Heated Jacket Liner

Posted on: October 7th, 2013 by Road Rider MCA No Comments


We ride many of the same roads time and time again throughout the year, but weaving through the wooded roads and coastal highways in the dewy winter air is to experience these spectacular landscapes anew. Don’t let brisk air end your riding season – plug in a Gerbing heated jacket liner this winter and ride on.

Light, packable, and powerful, Gerbing jacket liners are designed to be worn under a standard protective riding jacket. A Gerbing Jacket Liner is heated in the arms, torso, and collar and can deliver a blazing-hot maximum temperature of 135o Fahrenheit. You can heat up those hands quickly and easily, too, with a pair of Gerbing’s heated gloves – plug-in glove attachments are located at the end of the jacket’s sleeves.

If you’ve never used heated gear before, visit us to try some out and see how it works. When you’re ready, we’ll walk you through the system. Getting started is really easy. Click HERE to read our Heated Gear Guide.

Gerbing Heated Jacket Liner

  • Heating pads on the chest, back, collar, and sleeves
  • Compressible, water-repellent, durable, Thinsulate® insulation
  • Teflon® coated, wind-resistant, soft nylon shell
  • Glove attachments in sleeves can be controlled independently with a dual temperature controller
  • Inside and outside pockets
  • Silky soft micro denier collar
  • Form-fitting patterns and sizing to fit snugly and easily under your outer garments
  • Glove plug pockets placed on the sleeves secure the plugs when not in use
  • Manufactured in the USA
  • Gerbing’s Microwire® heating system evenly distributes heat and eliminates hot spots
  • Gerbing’s Coreheat12 series is powered by 12 volt DC power source
  • Max. heat: 135°F
  • Includes battery harness
  • Approximately 6.1 amps and 77 watts at 12.8 volts
  • Please refer to the Gerbing website HERE for warranty information

Options

  • Available in sizes XXS-4XL and 2XS-XL in long torso/arm length
  • On/off switch, temperature controllers, and other accessories sold separately


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