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Gerbing's world renowned, award winning, coreheat12 motorcycle vest liner uses microwire heating pads with thermostats for even heat performance and safety. These liners are designed to fit close to the body and easily under your outerwear so you can roll in your favorite riding gear, longer and in more conditions than ever before.
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.
Heating pads on the chest, back and collar
Thermal resistors installed on each individiual heading pad act as a solenoid to eliminate hot spots and overheating
Nice and toasty
The neck on this jackets gets very warm so get a neck wrap to bring with you because you can't adjust the neck seperately.
Other that that the very is very nice on cold days. I road in 38 degree weather and my core was warm. If you don't have heated grips then you may want heated gloves as it's unusual having a hot chest and freezing fingers. This jacket is made well and I think it's the best electric vest out there for the money. You will need a controller and an extension cable to reach your trickle charger port on your bike. I tried 2 controllers and both work fine.
February 9, 2015
This vest is wonderfully warm, with the temp easily controlled. The coils go all the way up around the neck in the collar, which on my sport bike is a big plus since much of the airflow is directed there. Even at that, it would be better if the collar was made a bit thinner/smaller so there would be less bulk under my jacket's collar. Everything starts feeling a little tight around my neck when I'm all zipped up.
Also, it would be nice if the accessory plug could be routed within the bottom of the vest to exit thru a user defined location. For those of us that have to get creative in running wires a little more flexibility within the vest would have been nice.
Overall, it's a great product, but for the price it could be a little better thought out.
December 29, 2014
You would not think twice riding in the cold with this vest
I opted for the vest so my arms could move freely with my armored jacket on. With the controller all the way up, I was breaking a sweat riding 70 mph++ in the 20s. Nice product.
November 17, 2014
nessessary for visiting Northern Europe - feeling warm like at home.
April 24, 2014
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J O:These vests run large. I am about your size, maybe a little bigger. I wear XL shirts, jackets, vests, jerseys, etc. and even in a large I can fit this vest over a sweat shirt with room to spare. They work great. I really like the heated gloves. Guess I'm getting soft in my old age......
Axel F:I would not go bigger than "large". I have a "medium" at 6.6 205lbs. The vest should be close to your body to transfer the heat. I wear a cotton t-shirt under it and a tight shirt over the vest to press it close to my skin. The heat does not really transfer well if there is air between the vest and your body.Sep 18, 2015
Michael B:If I remember correctly I received a battery harness with both my gloves and socks, the pants and vest came in a large plastic bag without a harness. You are almost assuredly going to want a temperature controller, I was riding through TN a few weeks back at about 30F and had the vest at about 75%
Teodolfo N:There are two accessory connectors in the lower left side. They only stick out about 4 to 6 inches so you'll need to use the Y cable that comes with the heated gloves. The gloves and vest will share the same temperature setting from the controller, if connected this way.Dec 9, 2014