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Gerbing 12V EX Heated Jacket
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Gerbing 12V EX Heated Jacket

Part of Gerbing's most technologically advanced riding system, the EX jacket has removable coreheat12 Thermovelocity Protection, telescoping Lycra cuffs, a full complement of certified back, shoulder, and elbow impact protectors, ample reflection panels and full ventilation to keep you moving at speed in any condition. The shell's waterproof G-liner construction is a non-removable, floating Aquatex membrane that lives between the outer shell and inner mesh lining.

The Coreheat12 Thermovelocity System is powered by a simple connection to your motorcycle's DC power system. A combination of Gerbing's patented microwire heating technologies in conjunction with the 12 volt electrical system on your motorcycle keeps you warm at speed.


  • Thermal resistors installed on each individual heading pad act as a solenoid to eliminate hot spots and overheating
  • Heating pads on the chest, back, collar, and sleeves of the removable liner
  • Shell of jacket is waterproof and seam-sealed with a DWR finish
  • G-liner construction
  • Comfort cuffs with thumb holes
  • 500 Denier Cordura outer shell
  • Intake vents (indirect) under each arm and exhaust vents at the rear
  • Knox elbow, shoulder and CE Level 1 back protector included
  • YKK jacket / pants connection zipper
  • Includes battery harness
  • Max Heat: 135°F @ 77 Watts
  • Power: 12V DC 6.4 Amp
  • 1 year warranty

Note: RevZilla finds the Gerbing EX apparel to fit a bit small and would advise ordering one size larger than you would typically wear.

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Gerbing 12V EX Heated Jacket 4.4 5 12 12
Great riding jacket First impression taking it out of the box, it is heavy! Appears very well made. Felt uncomfortable when I tried it on, the sleeves seemed long, I could feel the armor in the back. This isn't the case while riding my Sportster, the jacket is very comfortable. I do not notice the weight while riding. Haven't ridden in real cold temps yet but with the dual temp controller and EX Gloves I could definitely feel the heat even with the controller set to a low setting. The heat seemed to be immediate when turned on, I didn't really believe the zero to 135F in four seconds from the video, but I do now! Get the Dual controller and clip case. The case will clip onto a D ring on the left side of the jacket. December 7, 2014
Air tight I wore this jacket for the past 2 weeks with temperature down to the low 30's. I ride a 2014 R1200GS with the tiny stock windscreen. I am so surprise how warm this jacket is even without the heater turn on. After 5 minutes on the lowest setting (1), I am boiling. I am 5'9" 165Lbs, and been in a life long diet, I take in no carbs, so I get cold very easy. I have no doubt I can wear this jacket even if the weather is down to the teens. You will need to order a dual temperature controller for this jacket, because the gloves need to be dial up at least 1 click more than the jacket. The jacket is like an airtight space suit. Very impressive. PS: Last Winter, when the temperature are in the teens, I did not rode my Vespa to work, I walk the 3 miles in midtown Manhattan, I use a Gerbing heated jacket Liner under a Moncler coat and heated gloves. powered with the Gerbing Flexpack, it works great, but it only last 1 hour on middle setting. November 17, 2014
Gerbing is by far the best heated gear on the market !!! I"ve had the Gerbing heated jacket liner for years, so I bought the EX heated paints, I was so impressed with the paints that I bought the EX heated jacket and gloves. The EX line is really nice quality made gear. As the old saying goes you get what you pay for. Pricey , yes, but worth every penny!!!!. The guys at Revzilla were more than helpful, and their shipping department is AWSOME !!!! November 13, 2014
LOVE it, except the sleeves I LOVE this jacket. its comfortable, not restrictive, and very warm. I have worn it in 60-70 degrees with the liner in and it was still comfortable without sweating.. My only complaint is the sleeves are a bit tight. I normally wear a large/extra large sweatshirt/tshirt/jacket and I needed a 2xl on this. October 29, 2014
Just what I expected from Gerbing Fortunately I paid attention to all the info about fit. I am 5'10" and 195lbs. The XL jacket fit perfect. The quality is what you would expect from Gerbing. Lots of features. I've had Gerbing heated clothing for years and it still works great. Had to buy new clothing because my old stuff shrank. (My wife says it didn't shrink. LOL.). Can't wait for cold weather. I ride all winter even in single digit. October 27, 2014
Excellent Product Just got the 2XL EX jacket today: Fit: I wear a XL shirts, sometimes 2XL, the fit is good, really good. some customers might feel the jacket to be a little tight, but to me a motorcycle jacket is meant to be a little tight. If you drink a lot of beer and when you look to the floor and you cannot see your feet, your out of luck, you will have to try an call Gerbing to see if they make special orders. Some of the reviews have said the wrist areas are a little tight, well, yes they are slightly snug, absolutely comfortable though, no wind is going to be getting up to my arms however, the Ex jacket seems to be very well thought out for the cold weather riding. I have not ridden with this jacket yet, i live in Wyoming, and am planning on riding in 0-40 degree soon. I will be writing a review on the warmth and comfort of the EX jacket in the next couple weeks. August 21, 2014
Excellent heating, tight wrists The heating component is the bomb. Heats instantly, and to the neck and arms unlike others (also back and chest). The forearms and wrist area like others have mentioned are very tight. Its a bit difficult getting gloves on. Yet to buy the heated gloves.... Included armour seems a happy medium, not to thin not too chunky. Sturdy and supportive without being heavy. Zip pulls on wrists hang out, wish they tucked in better. Adjusters on arms, no a fan, prefer a simpler look with less bits hanging off. Generally looks pretty smart and sedate. Small square pocket on chest juts out like a tit. hangs low enough over lower back. wish it had another two vents on the very front. Overall very happy with this purchase. Revved. July 10, 2014
Great jacket, just needs a few more refinements I've had the 12V EX jacket and gloves for a couple of weeks now and I've already done around 4000kms (2500mi) in them. Fit: I am a slim build, 177cm (5"10) and around 68kg (150lbs) I found the Medium sized jacket a little too loose around the torso and a little too tight around the forearm and wrists. Height was also fine, but the sleeves are probably an inch too long. which adds a lot of bulk around the wrist when the gloves are put on and strapped up over the cuff of the jacket. There are adjustment straps to tighten up the sleeves, but nothing to tighten up the jacket around the torso which I need. The Small sized gloves were a decent fit. I found the thumb a bit too short but all other fingers were a good length. Sizing up would have meant a bulkier and looser fitting glove so I can live with it. Connection: The cables for the battery were easily long enough for my Ducati Streetfighter and I found it very straight forward to hook up. The cables between the temp controller and the jacket look a bit messy though. The cables and plugs between the jacket and the gloves really really frustrate me a lot (see below) so I'd love to see a more user-friendly solution there. Style: They are great looking gear. Very understated and purposeful. The reflective strips on the jacket are modest and not too overboard. Weatherproof: I haven't ridden in the rain yet so I can't comment on how waterproof it is. The side vents don't really allow for any airflow through the liner, so there's basically no airflow whatsoever if the liner is installed. With the liner in, I was comfortable up to around 23DegC (73DegF) before I started getting too hot, and down to around 12DecC (53DegF) before I reached for the temp controller. Comfort: The Jacket is very comfortable and I didn't find it restrictive at all when I was on the bike. The gloves are quite bulky and you'll need to take them off to do anything more complicated than turn the key on your bike. You'll certainly struggle with a helmet strap! Heating: The heaters when controlled with the duel-temp controller were great. Although I have only tested it down to 0DegC (32DegF) for 1 hour duration. Most of my riding has been at temps between 10-20DegC (50-68DegF) With just a t-shirt on under the jacket, the heaters were more like having a hot shower on a cold morning. There were no hotspots, but the heat was a lot closer to the skin. With a thermal long sleeved shirt + t-shirt, it was more like having a warm bath. I found my core body temperature was kept much warmer. For the gloves, the heating wasn't very consistent across my entire hand and fingers. They overheated the outside of my palms and pinky fingers, and underheated my thumbs and index fingers etc. So I found myself turning the temp up too high on the gloves to get some heat into my index fingers which them made my hands sweat and feel colder. Complaints: My biggest complaint is the wiring between the liner and the gloves. The wiring for the gloves is terminated inside the sleeves of the liner, on the inside of your forearms. Then it exits the liner on the outside of your forearms. So if the cable is pulled too tight, which happens every time you need to plug in or unplug your gloves, it tightens around the liner and makes it almost impossible to get your hand through it when putting the jacket on or trying to remove it. The clips to stop the liner pulling out of the jacket are a total waste of time as the wrist opening on the liner is too tight to pull your hand through without the liner pulling half way out of the jacket sleeve, despite the clips. A looser sleeve around the wrist section of the liner would have cured this issue. I'd prefer the side pockets to zip from bottom to top to close as well so your change/sunnies etc doesn't fall out of the pockets as you zip them up (down). I think the heating from the gloves could be more evenly distributed. May 19, 2014
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Gerbing 12V EX Heated Jacket
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Scott H: I want to extend my riding season, Gerbing appears to be top notch equipment to keep warm. Nov 9, 2014
David S: Ha! Tired of parking for the winter. Tired of being cold when I do ride in the winter Nov 3, 2014
JEFF H: Just need it for the cold season and a lot you can do with it. Aug 14, 2014
Mosey L: to stay warm! does the job, but the hand webbing is a bit annoying so far. Jul 2, 2014
David B: Newest heating technology with a great price. Apr 3, 2014
Barry W asked: Is this jacket waterproof? Dec 12, 2013
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Jeff B: YES Apr 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this have a removable heated liner? Or is it all one piece. Nov 20, 2013
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Ray D: Yes the liner is removable on the 2014 EX jacket. Forearms in jacket is tight making it hard to put on and off. Mar 13, 2014
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A shopper asked: Can I use the heated liner in/under a different coat? Nov 18, 2014
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joseph s: It's fairly easy to use this liner with your jacket of choice. This was a huge selling point with me.

The biggest drawback/issue I could see with using this liner w/ a different shell or jacket has to do with the wires for the heated gloves. You may have some issues with needing to futz with the wires that power the gloves. The shell of this jacket has a nice spot on the arms where the wires exit, which is in the perfect location for connecting with the Gerbing heater gloves.
Nov 20, 2014
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Cliff S: Yes, the heated liner is completely removable and can he used with other gear. It is worth noting that as it zips out of the main jacket there is an exposed zip on the outside of the liner... which may affect when where and how you use it outside of the main Jacket. Nov 28, 2014
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john g: Yes, I have not done it but I have removed the heated liner and used the jacket without the liner. I see no reason the complete heated liner could not be used under a different jacket. Nov 18, 2014
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James R: If you really wanted to you could but the Gerbing jacket shell has all the wiring and connecters very neatly hidden and out of the way. Nov 18, 2014
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Jeff B: I do believe you can take it out , but I don't see why ?
just buy a garbing heated liner ?
good luck.
Nov 18, 2014
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Randy A: Yes, it zips pout of the Gerbing jacket and you'd just wear it like a hoodie under your other jacket. Nov 19, 2014
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John B: You can if you like. I doubt you would be able to snap it in but it would work. Nov 18, 2014
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Stephan M: I haven't tried to take out the lining so sorry I don't know Nov 18, 2014
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bharat s: Yes you can - Nov 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: is there wiring connections to add heated gloves? Sep 2, 2014
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Anthony C: Yes there is a connection for gloves. Connects jacket, pants, gloves, and boot soles. Powerful heat. Sizes run very small. Go a size or two bigger. Sep 2, 2014
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Ray D: Yes. They can be accessed near the end of sleeves via a small water proof zip Sep 2, 2014
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Stephan M: Yes there are wires for gloves and pants Sep 2, 2014
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Jeff B: Yes sir, also for the pants as well. Sep 2, 2014
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JEFF H: Yes there is Sep 2, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the jacket and pant have a zipper to connect the two together? Apr 1, 2014
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Jeff B: YES but not sure how one would put them on zipped together or even after you have the gear on how you would be able to zip them with out any help. Apr 1, 2014
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Stephan M: Yes there's about an 8 inch long zipper that can connect the 2 pieces in the back Apr 1, 2014
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Ray D: Yes sure does Apr 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: Has anyone ridden with this jacket on in the Florida Summer? If so how does it do in regards to air flow? Dec 12, 2014
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Jeffrey W: This is by far the warmest heated jacket i have owned. With the jacket and the pants, its gotta be below 45 degrees to use the heat. The jacket itself is plenty warm.its kinda heavy, but once you get on the bike, you dont notice it. Best purchase ive made in a long time. Gerbing is the finest heated gear on the market. I would encourage anyone to spend the extra money to go with the Gerbing E X series riding gear. The gloves are great too. Dec 12, 2014
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David S: I can't answer that question as I use this gear in cold climates. I have no answer for heat and humidity Dec 12, 2014
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Andrew B asked: How does the jacket compare to previous years size wise? I have a liner from 2012 and the size is a LG/XL (Long Sleeve). It fits good, but my measurements for the XL jacket are right at the max. Sep 19, 2014
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Anthony C: I'm not familiar with previous liners. This jacket runs small. I would recommend a size or two bigger. I am a size large and the 2XL is tight for me. Oct 6, 2014
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A shopper asked: does the jacket and pant set have a zipper to connect the two together? Apr 1, 2014
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Jeff B: YES Apr 1, 2014
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A S asked: Has anyone worn this jacket in extreme heat like a Florida summer? If so how was did it ventilate with the liners out of it? Dec 12, 2014
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Measurements for Proper Fit:

It's best to have someone do the measuring, relax and enjoy. Let your arms hang naturally by your sides. Have the measuring tape fit snugly against the body and even to the ground. Liners are meant to be worn under outerwear clothing.

  • Chest - Measure around the fullest area of the chest, holding tape firm and level. Hold arms out, place tape, drop arms and record measurement. 
  • Waist - Measure loosely at your natural waistline, typically above your beltline and closer to your bellybutton.
  • Hips - Measure around the fullest part of seat while standing and while sitting. Record the higher number.
  • Outseam - Measure from the top of the waistband to the bottom of the ankle, remember pants and pant liners will lose some length when in the sitting or riding position.
  • Sleeve Length - Measure from the top of the shoulder bone to the bottom of the wrist bone. Measure both arms as one arm may be longer than the other.

Men's 12V Jacket Sizing

Size Chest (in) Neck (in) Sleeve Length Regular (in)
XS 30-32 14.5 32
SM 34-36 15.5 32
MD 38-40 16.5 34
LG 42-44 17 35
XL 46-48 17.5 35
2XL 50-52 18 38
3XL 54-56 19 40

Neck: Measure circumference where standard button would be

Chest: Measure around fullest circumference

Sleeve Length: Measure distance from bone at back of neck, over the shoulder and down the arm to the wrist bone

Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.

Click here to see the full Gerbing Heated Clothing Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
Black / 2XL 922350 JKXEMBK-2XL-R In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / 3XL 952564 JKXEMBK-3XL-R In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / LG 922184 JKXEMBK-L-R In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / MD 922185 JKXEMBK-M-R In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / SM 922186 JKXEMBK-S-R In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XL 922187 JKXEMBK-XL-R In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
Black / XS 922189 JKXEMBK-XS-R Out of Stock