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For riders who require more wind protection from their heated gear, the Firstgear Heated Wind Block Pant Liner are just the ticket. Used in conjunction with the Firstgear Heat-Troller (sold separately), they’re ideal for riders who prefer jeans or chaps. The Heated Wind Block Liner layers easily under your favorite riding jeans, providing warmth with maximum wind protection.
Wind blocking front panels to eliminate convective heat loss
This pants liner works greate
I am 5.9' 200LB. Bought size M/L. Fits good. They fit good under my regular jeans. Tried them in 30 degrees on the short ride 20-25 minutes. Connected them on one side of my dual controller with the socks liner. The liner worked good. I still feel a little wind coming through my jeans and liner. As soon as i turn the heat 80% i was OK. The only thing was uncomfortable is the wire in the back of the liner. But after half an hour wearing them i did not fill it any more.
December 1, 2014
kept my legs warmer than without
its different feeling with the wires in the pants but when sitting on the bike dont actually feel them. they help keep my legs warm but sometimes it seems that it could be a little warmer or block the wind a little better. Otherwise I do like them and they do help.
October 14, 2014
I picked these because I hoped that I could put them on under my regular pants and they have worked as hoped. They add minimal bulk and warm up nicely. A short 2 mile ride with only these under a pair dress pants in 28 degree weather and I arrived warm.
I'm 5'9", 170 lbs. and I ordered the md-lg size.
March 25, 2014
I bought these with a the whole set up, jacket liner, gloves, socks and dual controller. They all work great. These fit really well. I bought a couple pair of loose fitting jeans a size up to wear over these. I also wore a pair of chaps over that. Did an 1,100 mile ride through AZ over the Thanksgivings Day holiday. High elevations and low temps in the 20s and 30s and I was very warm. I did not even turn the heat on most of the time. The wind block was efficient enough. When I did get cold, these were awesome. Warmed me right up and I never worried about the cold. The wires that run through these take a moment to get used to, but once you are out and about you'll forget about them. Highly recommend. Fit well and worked great.
December 8, 2013
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Atsumu M: price, performance & rating of reviewsNov 28, 2014
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 wind block pants liner to help with wind protection.Oct 4, 2014
james g: thin not bulky, works good, windproofJun 21, 2014
A shopper asked:Can I use them with Gerbing jacket liner and Gerbing controler. Are the entire pant heated?Nov 15, 2013
DANIEL B:here is the Info from warm and safe page They list for $214.95(US) on their page
NEW WindBlock Pants Liner! Front Panel Made From Stretch Gelanots™ to Block the Wind when riding in jeans
NEW Run the Pants and Socks together or on Separate Heat-trollers
NEW Heated zones cover thighs, knees and upper butt
Form Fitting, close fit for optimum heat transfer to body Uses Our New Soft Heat Heating Panels! Made of stretch fabric allowing full range of movement for any activity and fits easily under your outer garments Packs into its included zippered pouch Sock plugs stow in their own zippered pockets when not in use Performance fabric: Anti Bacterial treatment prevents odors and Moisture Management wicks moisture away from skin 4 Zones of Heat making about 40 watts, 2.7 amps at 12.8 volts