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Made for the motorcyclist; heat in the toe area where bikers actually get cold from wind and spray. Made from micro fleece, they are not bulky and use the latest in flat heat technology. You do not feel wires. So unlike the other products on the market, Firstgear Heated Socks keep your feet warm where they get cold, are not too bulky to fit in your boots, and are comfortable.
No annoying wires
Heat where you need it, on the top of the toes
Technical fabric that is comfortable, thin, soft and wicks moisture
Fitted heel, not a tube sock! Heel fits where it is supposed to
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Edwin S: I have looked into buying heated gear many times and never purchased. I recently changed jobs and have a commute now. After researching First Gear rates really well and that was the brand I wanted. I bought the socks to help keep my feet warm.Oct 4, 2014
Garrett C: For my wife. She loves them. Work great.Jul 12, 2014
Steve S: If my feet get cold, the ride can stop being fun.Jun 12, 2014
leonid g: Good reviews. Good price. Good store.Mar 27, 2014
G C: Feet get cold and this matches my other heated gearMar 25, 2014
Richard A: I have the dual remote heat troller and extended cable so this will be a good addition to my heated jacket liner and gloves combination for true three season riding.Mar 7, 2014
A shopper asked:i am not planning on using the socks for riding. More for when i am crewing in the back of a helicopter. Can i wear the socks independently from a motorcycle. like have a battery in my pocket or strapped around the ankle that provides heated ?Jan 14, 2015
A S:First of all these are way better than the gerbing 12b socks. Much thinner and much more comfortable. I use these with the greening 12 volt jacket and flex pack(battery) and they are superb.I wish I would have bought one size bigger though so I could use a sock liner to cut down on the need to wash so often. I recommend getting the gerbing 12v belt pack or even making your own pack.Jan 14, 2015
rick f:I bought them for my M/Cycle riding but really you can use them for anything as ling as you have a good 12 vt source. If you run on small battery's put together they will get drained pretty quickly as these have a resistance heat element so its like a direct short basically on the electrical source. A good battery pack would last a little while, im just not sure how long. The bigger the battery the better ! No cigarette lighter plug in you could adapt to in the back of the copter huh ? Good Luck, Rick FJan 14, 2015
Chris P:You could, but assuming your chopper flights are four hours or less you might want to check out disposable foot warmers from HotHands or another similar product. Stick them under your toes and they typically last 3-4 hours. Cheap, disposable, and they don't need batteries.Jan 14, 2015
A S:Wearing them is not the issue, but you may want to consider that these have the warming element in front above the toes. This is great for a motorcycle heading into the wind, but doesn't provide heat to the rest of the foot.Jan 14, 2015
Dan H:I use these with a pair of Gerbing glove liners and they work fine. I'm pretty sure they will work with any heated gear, but you might want a heat controller to regulate them relative to your other heated gear. By the way, I'm very happy with mine. Glad I have them.Oct 19, 2013
A shopper asked:will the "firstgear" products connect with another manufacturer's cables/connectors? I currently have a "Gears Canada" dual circuit controller and glove liners that I would like to use.Dec 28, 2014
A shopper asked:I want to order this product for someone who works in the cold not someone who rides. Is there a battery charger that comes with this, and can I buy an on and off switch instead of a temp. control?Oct 18, 2011
OldManRick:Firstgear does not provide batteries for their gear, but you could use the Gerbing's battery. Revzilla sells the 'flexible' Gerbing's battery, designed to fit into the back armor pocket of a Gerbing's Hybrid LT jacket. Gerbing's also has another battery that will work, you can read about it here:
All that said, you may prefer to buy Gerbing's socks to use with a Gerbing's battery, or you may prefer to buy Gerbing's 7V (as opposed to 12V) gear, which is specifically designed to be used by people who do not own a motorcycle ... ;-( ... you can read about 7V socks here:
AliB:Unfortunately, these socks were designed to only work with a motorcycle battery source and not be portable. There is a new product line called Mobile Warming that offers a range of jackets, vests and gloves that are operated by a portable rechargeable battery that might work as an alternate.Nov 4, 2011