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Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner

Gerbing's world renowned, award winning, coreheat12 motorcycle jacket liner uses microwire heating pads with thermostats for even heat performance and safety. Their 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.

Optional Gerbing 12V Core Heat Flex Pack Kit available and inserts directly into back pocket providing mobile power to your Gerbing's jacket liner, pant liner and gloves (Sold Separately).

Features:

  • Heating pads on the chest, back, collar, and sleeves
  • Improved ribbing at waist and cuffs
  • YKK Zippers
  • Thermal resistors installed on each individual heating pad act as a solenoid to eliminate hot spots and overheating
  • Includes battery harness
  • Max Heat: 135°F @ 77W
  • Power: 12V DC 6.4 Amp
  • Minirip shell
  • Taffeta lining
  • Made in USA
  • 1 year warranty

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Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner 4.5 5 66 66
Great heated jacket As others have said, why did I wait so long to get heated gear... This jacket works great! No hot spots, nice, even heat. Like the taller collar as the heat towards the neck is nice when it is cool. July 22, 2015
VERY warm jacket I've only used the Gerbing jacket liner a couple times early this season, but WOW, does it get warm! I can't imagine ever using the higher settings, but it's nice to have that option for an emergency. It warms up quickly, too - within only a few seconds. I'm confident I'll be able to ride much later into the season thanks to Gerbing. July 13, 2015
Jacket liner This is my second jacket liner. They are not cheap but work good. The first one is 3 years old and needed to be repaired twice so far do to wires becoming weak and braking from storing In saddlebags and wearing every morning. Gerbings repairs it for free but takes them along time and then your stuck with no heated gear. Over a hundred miles round trip every day to work and back home, starting in early Spring to late Fall. May 20, 2015
Great winter gear. I have the gloves and jacket liner. They kept me warm all winter. Next year I'll get the pant liners and sox. March 30, 2015
Excellent product worth the extra cash If I was to give any negative feedback it would be the bright red collar. Other than that it works as intended and presents with excellent craftsmanship. I won't buy the garbing controller as the TourMaster is a third the cost and actually has a clip on it without needing to buy a leather case. March 25, 2015
This is the first heated gear I"ve owned.Reason for choosing Gerbing was, all my friends recommened the Gerbing brand. One of the first thing you will notice is the high collar around the neck area to keep out cold winds. The connection to your multi-controller is quick and simple. The stylish jacket can be worn alone on warmer days for just a cover-up. March 16, 2015
Works perfectly I couldn't be more happy with this heated jacket liner. I've had the Gerbing heated gloves for three years and finally decided to connect them to the jacket liner. The wiring is simple (I added the dual controller for easier installation.) and everything just works. This is a great product. March 9, 2015
Like it very much I like the jacket line because it has pockets on the outside. Fit good. It's not as nice as powerlet OLD jacket line but I could not get a old one in my size. March 3, 2015
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Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
D A: Good review, good design. I just completed a 3500 mile tour of eight states, with rain for 9 or 10 out of 12 days, and 3/4" hail on one day. This jacket and the matching gloves performed magnificently! Jun 14, 2015
Wade R: my heated vest finally failed after 8 years! May 19, 2015
Victoria W: Living in the Northeast - heated gear is essential to maximize the riding season. I have used a heated Gerbings jacket and gloves for several years. My old jacket no longer worked to heat one of the gloves so I need to replace it. Would not be without it. May 16, 2015
kenneth h: My wife just has one and it works amazing May 14, 2015
Christian H: Review on Revzilla. Turned out to be a very good buy. Highly recommend you also buy the temp controller. Works great! Apr 6, 2015
Daren M: Because my girlfriend was cold! Mar 25, 2015
Mark S: Gerbing has been good to me in the past and now made in the US. Mar 13, 2015
sean m: made in the usa Feb 11, 2015
R A: friends Feb 3, 2015
Mark H S: Highly recommended by my riding associates. Jan 31, 2015
T L: i have had a good experience with the previous model, Jan 22, 2015
richard r: friends love them and is the best as a light good looking jacket when off the bike. Jan 14, 2015
Stephen S: I already have a Gerbing dual controller, heated glove liners, and heated insoles and wanted a heated liner that would work with these. Jan 11, 2015
Louis-Daniel B: got a gerbing jacket...so went for the same brand...you know it's good if it's gerbing ;) Jan 3, 2015
Walter V: friends recommended Dec 30, 2014
Richard B: gerbing has a good rep. I really researched a lot of headed gear and this is a good buy." Dec 29, 2014
Norman R: Can be used with bike or batteries. Quick heating elements Dec 22, 2014
Steven B: I was impressed with the reviews for this product. Dec 22, 2014
Rich R: I'm on my third season with Gerbings gloves. I use my bike to commute and ride all year in the Delaware area. The gloves are amazing, the liner is a natural choice. So glad I opted for the two zone controller when I got the gloves. Dec 19, 2014
Paul P: reputation Dec 18, 2014
Bea S: My husbands rides all year round. This will keep him nice and warm! Dec 11, 2014
Hart V: Recommended by my son. Dec 7, 2014
Cesar P: This is a Christmas present to my 18 year old son. It is a great reliable product which I have had for the past 10 years. And still working. Dec 2, 2014
Diana D: I have used the Gerbings vest for years and changed motorcycles and now my arms are more exposed to the elements. I have used my vest for 15 years and still works. Hope to add the gloves too. Nov 22, 2014
Debra K M: My husband wants for Christmas Nov 21, 2014
Mark M: Good reviews Nov 19, 2014
Matthew N: I wanted to ride longer this year but want to be comfortable while doing it. The Gerbings gear works great and it easy to install and use. Nov 16, 2014
Stanley B: Cold weather in South Alabama and I paid too much for my Motorcycle to just ride it six months a year. Nov 12, 2014
Richard D: quality Nov 10, 2014
Dan G: My twin brother's Gerbing heated liners have lasted 12 years in Ohio and Colorado winter use. He highly recommends them. Nov 10, 2014
richard r: I have the glove liners and foot inserts for gerbing. They both work great so now i'm going to try the jacket. Nov 7, 2014
John L: Reliable, confortable and will extend my riding season! Nov 2, 2014
Charles H: Keeps me warm Oct 23, 2014
tom b: tried other brands but they did not last past a few years. Oct 13, 2014
Ricky C: I have an outer shell jacket so I needed a heated liner Oct 6, 2014
Jane P: Comes highly recommended, our October Fest trip to Leavenworth will be toasty warm thru the cascades.. Oct 3, 2014
Charles S: Gerbing makes excellent heated products and it was time to upgrade my cold weather riding gear. I look forward to getting lots of cold weather miles from this jacket liner. Sep 26, 2014
Daniel C: This liner is awesome. Keeps you toasty warm on a cold day of riding. Sep 23, 2014
thomas b: have heard much about this heated liner. A few friends have it and would not ride in the cooler weather with out this jacket Sep 11, 2014
Ian N: Several friends have it. I need heated gear. I saw the on-line video and read several reviews. Jul 21, 2014
Hans Erik B: Good experience Jul 21, 2014
LARRY F: QUILITY, U HAD IT Jun 11, 2014
Ray N: to keep me worm in cold weather May 20, 2014
Kenneth C: good reviews May 9, 2014
Donald T: recommended by friend.. Nice jacket. I like it May 8, 2014
Thom B: First jacket liner was purchased in 2001 and lasted for 10 years. Lost weight (50#'s) and the replacement smaller sized jacket shorted out a year after the warranty expired and was deemed unrepairable. Just passed my 250,000 mile on a motorcycle since 2000 and this products extends my riding season in New York. Despite the second coat not lasting very long, I still believe in the concept and the brand. Apr 24, 2014
Chandra S: Reputation. Hardware'd into the bike, no battery pack. Apr 21, 2014
Carroll B: Reputation of Gerbing. Wanted a way to stay warm in early spring or late fall rides without having to wear a heavy leather jacket that took up a lot of room when stored in my saddle bag and would not keep me as warm as a heater jacket liner. Apr 16, 2014
Joseph K: Best rated gear on the market. Need quality and reliability for 8 week trip thru western Canada and Alaska. Mar 31, 2014
Lloyd B: Faith in the gerbing product. Had a gerbing heated jacket for 22 years. It's getting a bit threadbare now. Time for an upgrade. Mar 26, 2014
William J C: Comes in 3X. Mar 24, 2014
C D: had several before this. Last one was replacement under warranty-great company to deal with.
The new model with thin wire should prove much better
Feb 28, 2014
John R: I have been using Gerbings heated gloves for a few years and have been wanting to add the jacket liner. The gloves work great and I am sure the jacket liner will also. Feb 23, 2014
bruno l: Best jacket ever. Keep me warm for the last 2 years and now i bought this one for my girlfriend. Feb 15, 2014
Russell A: Want to extend my riding season. Jan 15, 2014
lawson k: Gerbing's new technology and warranty. Jan 13, 2014
Mark D: Because it is Minus 25 here today. Jan 2, 2014
Dean S: This is a great product. It keeps you warm on those cold days. The jacket is very thin and comfortable. The wires are not bulky. Dec 31, 2013
A s: Upgrading to larger size. Previous jacket liner was great. Had no problem reselling it. Dec 29, 2013
Eric R: Been using coat for about 2 months now and currently riding in 35 degrees (before wind chill of riding). Vented coat w/thin windbreaker (olympia coat) & thermal long sleeve is all Im using & I'm staying plenty warm. I do use the thermostat to adjust temp which is a must. Good build, comfortable, inside pocket (keeps my phone dry and warm). Without this coat (plus garbing pants and insoles) my riding season would be over unless I dressed like the Michelin Man. (size LR-I'm 5'10,185,44 chest) Dec 26, 2013
Richard M: I have own Gerbing heated liners for the past 10 years. They do not just continue to sell the same design over and over. Gerbing continues to improve. Dec 24, 2013
Eliza D: My husband loves this jacket. It allows him to ride in the coldest weather, enjoying the ride rather than focusing on the temperature. Ultimately keeping him safer! Dec 21, 2013
JIM C: they wrote the book on heated clothing & have a great warranty. but best of all made in the u.s.a Dec 17, 2013
Geryl H: Seems like a quality item. HD sells this brand under their label. Liked the complete info on the Revzilla website explaining the jacket fully. Also liked the return policy. This is a gift and am unsure about the size so went ahead with this order as there was no restocking fee. One thing that wasn't made clear were international shipping charges of $43 to Canada. That was a little hefty but worth it to get it here for Christmas. Website stated "free shipping" and wasn't upfront about that. Dec 15, 2013
Randal D: I just haven't been able stop the cold that starts behind my arms in my ribs. When it starts it spreads and makes me cold all over. It may be the wind profile on a Goldwing but no matter the layering it still happens at 40 degrees or less. If I am warm I will ride 240 miles between fuel stops but my cold ribs shut me down. After reading the reviews, and input from the forums, this is the most recommended product. Dec 9, 2013
Stephen B: To extend riding season and make glove hook up easier. Nov 30, 2013
Tony W: Friends have this brand and love it Nov 28, 2013
david H: Function Nov 26, 2013
Gary P: recommended by friend Nov 26, 2013
Mosey L: so i could extend my riding season! so toasty :) Nov 16, 2013
kenneth c: Because of the warranty and most importantly that I'm supporting a brand made in the USA. Nov 13, 2013
mh j: i think gerbing is the best heated gear for winter season.
but i must choose this one at revzilla online mall.
i hope more various merchandise will be displayed.
Nov 8, 2013
Mark M: Quality of product. Ease of use. Nov 6, 2013
Robin R: Its dry but cold here in Idaho and I was jealous of all the other motorcyclists I saw last winter! I was impressed with my Gerbing G3 Gloves and the upgrades to the 2013 Gerbing Heated Jacket Liner. I cant wait to get it! What do they say?...If there is traction, there is a ride! Nov 4, 2013
George S: I did a lot of research on heated clothes, and Gerbing's is highly recommended, especially for their customer service. Giving it a try. Nov 2, 2013
John T: I have the earlier model that is 4 years old and want to upgrade to the new technology. Oct 30, 2013
F D: Its the best! and you have it... Oct 29, 2013
Richard D: Heat baby! Oct 29, 2013
Stephen S: Personal recommendation. Oct 26, 2013
James B: Wanted to extend my riding season in warmth and comfort and have heard great things about Gerbing gear. Oct 15, 2013
Henry O W: I ride ATV year round in SW ND, and I freeze in a short time ,a friend told me about this gear,SOUNDS GREAT, I will soon find out. Will be using glove, jacket,pants,boot,and sock,liners with dual temp controller Oct 13, 2013
William E: Have Gerbing heated gloves and love them. This jacket, though a little pricey uses the same micro-wire heating elements and includes wiring for the gloves. Can't wait. Oct 12, 2013
Reid H asked: Is this jacket liner waterproof? Feb 8, 2014
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Wes F: IMHO and I currently own this Liner it is Awesome in the warmth factor and ease of use for the plug ins. Where is suffers is in the cuffs and the rear waist "cuff" made from a material that gets wet and then stays wet much like Cotton shirt (which SUCKS in Rain for warmth). If I was to do it again I would buy the new HD heated liner (for $20 more unless u can find it on a discount) and it has a nicer outside look and feel a bungie cord adjustable waist (none of the CRAPPY material at the bottom of the back and the cuffs have a extra cuff to cover your bare skin tightly much like a skin suit. I made contact with Gerbing and expressed my thoughts on the design flaws of this jacket. BUT IS IS AWESOME IN WARMTH if it is DRY and even if it is WET but I was in a torrential down pour and I didn't have my gloves inside my outer jacket cuff properly. So hope this helps answer the question Not water proof (That is what your rain suit is FOR) Feb 8, 2014
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LIZ M: It's meant to be worn only as a base layer, so no it's not water proof, I enjoy mine & recommend it, just not the controller holder as it does not close shut (which is annoying). I also recommend watching the video for the Gerbing jacket (on Revzilla) as I found it very helpful for sizing.

Feb 9, 2014
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walter w: No It is not waterproof.

While it can be worn by itself, especially off the bike
this is a jacket liner and made to be worn under a jacket
Feb 9, 2014
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Reid H: Thanks. I'm going to go with the Warm and Safe heated liner that is waterproof. That will save me carrying a rain overjacket as my primary jacket is mesh. Feb 8, 2014
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Sabrina S: It is not waterproof, and isn't intended to be. Offers great warmth however. Look at Gerbing's external clothing for waterproof needs. Feb 8, 2014
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Willie S: I do not know if it is waterproof.I have not ridden in the rain with it. Feb 9, 2014
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Reid H: Thanks but others have already replied in the negative. Feb 9, 2014
Gregory T L: No, simply a liner. Feb 8, 2014
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Reid H: Thanks. Feb 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: How long is the cord from the liner? I need to run it through a 1 piece suit before plugging it in and want to ensure its long enough. Nov 11, 2014
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Eric D: I don't remember if it came with it or if I purchased it separately but I use a coiled power cord that is only about 8 or 10" and stretches to about 3'. The cord ends are standard barrel type connectors and you can make/ buy extensions at radio shack to fit your needs, I bought and mounted remote jacks in the side panel Just below my seat and remote controllers in the dash area. Guess it depends where your jacks are.....not sure how I'd handle a one piece suit. Nov 11, 2014
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Robin R: The power cord from the liner is sewn into the left of the zipper at the bottom of the jacket liner. it is only about 16" at the longest. I think you would need to use the wiring harness (approx 12' +/-) if your needing extra length to plug the jacket to power from under a 1 piece suit.. So it sounds like you are using the liner as a base layer under the 1 piece suit? Nov 11, 2014
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Alexander H: The three cords that come out of the liner are very short and are just long enough to come out below the waist band of the liner. The cords on the thermostat are more than long enough to allow you to plug into the liner through your suit. Nov 11, 2014
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Stephen S: It's plenty long for that purpose. The cord can be tucked into the jacket or you can pull out at least a 12 to 18 inches to run it somewhere. Nov 13, 2014
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Louis N: the cords that come out of the jacket are about 6" long, they are intended to be connected to a controller. Hope this helps Nov 11, 2014
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Paul E: I believe it is about 3 inches or so longer than the bottom of the jacket. Nov 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this windproof? The only other jacket I own is a textile summer jacket, but I'd like to add this under it to extend when I can wear it. If the liner is windproof I could probably wear it under my jacket for most of the year I think. I live in Philly. Jul 13, 2015
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Gerard S. D: I FEEL THE JACKET IS ABOUT 80 % WINDPROOF, IF YOUR
SUMMER JACKET IS PERFORATED I DON'T KNOW IF IT WILL MAKE THE
WHOLE WINTER
IF THE JACKET IS NOT PERFORATED YOUR GOOD TO GO
I LIVE IN UPSTATE NY AND WITH NON PERFORATED JACKET
KLIM GORTEX SHELL I'M TOASTY WARM EVEN IF IT'S 30'S OUTSIDE
I USED TO LIVE IN PHILLY AND THE WINTERS ARE MELLOW
COMPARED TO UPSTATE NY,
ONCE YOU USE JACKET YOU'LL WONDER WHY YOU DIDN'T
GET ONE SOONER.
GET REOSTAT TO CONTROL JACKET TEMP OR YOU WILL FRY!!!!!
Jul 13, 2015
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Richard D: I live in NY so we have the same weather. Although the jacket is seemingly fairly windproof, it is not desinged to be the barrier between you and the wind. I'm sure it will extend your riding season but I doubt it will keep you nice and toasty when its in the 30's and 40's and you're cruising down the highway. I wear it under my leather jacket with just a long sleave teeshirt and I can comfortably ride in the 30's and probably even lower temps but I haven't really tried it. Jul 13, 2015
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Stephen P: Yes it's wind proof. Ive worn it as a liner iin the Sierras in a hail storm with temps in the low 40's, still stayed comfortable. You want it tight, if it's not up against your skin you don't feel the heat. Jul 13, 2015
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Willie S: I don't know if it is wind proof because I just wear it under a leather jacket when it is cold Jul 13, 2015
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Ken N: Yes it is wind proof It is also water resistant I live in Kansas and use it a lot Jul 13, 2015
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A shopper asked: looking to buy a jacket liner.
made the mistake (not regret) of buying the vest liner. (cold arms).
but is the jacket liner already wired for gloves? or do i still need to rig up wires down the sleeves?
as you can tell i have not placed hands on a jacket liner yet.
Jan 16, 2015
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Bruce L: They have a great design. There are zippered pockets on each sleeve that contain the glove connectors that are available to plug into the gloves. When not in use, they are out of the way in the zippered enclosures. With the double thermostat, the gloves can be separately heat controlled from the jacket liner.

I have used other heated gear but this is the best.
Jan 20, 2015
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Eric R: The jacket does come pre-wired for gloves (I have this coat and the Gerbings gloves). Hopefully you have the controller (extra purchase) so you can control heat. The gloves connect to the jacket which connects to the controller. The heated shoe liners connect to the pants which also connect to the controller. I have this set up and it works extremely well. Jan 20, 2015
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Alexander H: The Jacket is wired for gloves. the wires zip into small pockets on the forearms of the sleeves so they aren't in the way when not using them or when wearing the jacket when not riding. This Jacket has saved my ride numerous times. Jan 20, 2015
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G U: Already wired in the sleeves. a little zipper hides them inside. just connect your gloves.
excellent jacket liner
Jan 20, 2015
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James A: The sleeves already have the wires down to small pockets at each wrist. Jan 21, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is this jacket liner waterproof? Feb 8, 2014
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Rex C: I doubt that it is waterproof. On the outside it is a nice looking, light, nylon jacket. It doesn't look like there are heating elements and wires all over the inside, and it really doesn't feel that way either. This is meant to be worn INSIDE a real motorcycle jacket which has protection and any waterproofing you might need. Feb 14, 2014
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Jeffrey S: Sorry, but I can't help with your question. My cold weather riding jacket is water proof so I haven't had any water on the liner. Feb 9, 2014
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Simon M: No it is not waterproof. Mar 20, 2014
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Justin B: No Feb 8, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does the jacket come with a variable controller to regulate heat or is it just full on / off without purchasing a seperate controller? Oct 25, 2013
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Tracy P: It does not come with a controller. I would suggest buying a dual controller so you can control a second garment such as gloves or perhaps heated pants. Oct 26, 2013
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G U: It doesn't come with anything. You will have to purchase separately the switch or go with a thermostat. Oct 25, 2013
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Bill H: Buy a tourmaster.. around the same price and it COMES with a two wire variable heat conroller Dec 19, 2013
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Vickor R: The variable controller is unfortunately sold separate from the liner Oct 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: Is there a way to power this while wearing a one piece rainsuit? Apr 12, 2015
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Patrick D: You get quite a bit of wire with the liner, so you may be able to run it out of the neck of your one peice suit. The liner increases the quality of your cool and cold weather riding so much that it's worth figuring it out. Apr 13, 2015
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Michael T: The power plug is by the left pocket. It's possible to run an extension out the lt leg or down your sleeve, but I think it would be a hassle and get in your way. A battery powered one would be your best bet. Apr 12, 2015
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Eric D: You could use extensions to to exit the power cord through your sleeve or pant leg but that may be a bit awkward, if it were me I'd have a cord permanently sealed in the rain suit, maybe inside a pocket. Apr 13, 2015
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A shopper asked: Has anyone worn this jacket in the extreme heat like a Florida summer? If so how did it do in regards to ventilation (with the liners out of course)? Dec 12, 2014
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Kody W: This jacket is meant to be worn UNDER normal jackets in COLD weather. It has NO armor and is not made out of heavy use nylon. This doesn't have liners it IS the liner. On the regards of ventilation it is cloth without a mildly waterproof layer so it should ventilate well. I wouldn't wear this jacket in any temperature over 50°F. It is meant to keep you warm in cold weather and that's that. Dec 14, 2014
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Eric D: I've never ridden with it on in the summer and why would you? There are so many other inexpensive warm weather gear choices. By design this liner is going to block air, hug tight against your waist neck and cuffs and on top of that it has absolutely no personal protection.

Good luck with your choice
Eric
Dec 12, 2014
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Michael P: I would not recommend wearing this jacket as an outer layer, this is only usable as the inner liner with heating. At moderate temperatures it adds a layer for wind blocking and warmth, at cooler temperatures you plug it in and it provides heating. This jacket does not provide protection against abrasion or impact. Dec 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: Thinking I can use Gerbing jacket liner for motorcycling and then with the 12v battery pack, use it other times for hunting? Wondering how long battery pack would heat liner. Pretty pricy to have two of them. Am I wrong about jacket liner able to be powered by either bike or battery? Thanks. Nov 10, 2014
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Gary D: Hello my name is Gary,
I have the heated jacket made by Gerbing and I plug it directly into my bike and my snowmobile and it works great on both. Sorry but I have never tried it to a portable 12 volt battery pack. My only concern would be how long it would last. If the battery packs aren't to big or heavy maybe carry an extra.
That way you would know the first time how far you could go before the battery runs out but still have another to back with. Just a thought !!!
Nov 11, 2014
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Michael P: The jacket uses 65 watts at full power. I found that on my bike at 65mph and on a 35F day I end up using half power. So the jacket uses 35 watts or 3 amps at 12V. How big is your battery pack? it should last 1 hour for every 3 ampere-hours of battery capacity assuming half power usage. Dec 18, 2014
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Mark M: I think it will work quite well. That has been my plan since I purchased it. Only it hasn't been that cold during hunting season. I plan on using my jacket and matching pants while ice fishing this winter. Nov 11, 2014
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A shopper asked: I would like to order the jacket liner for my bike. Can I get a battery to use the liner hunting etc??? Nov 28, 2013
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Trim M: Yes you can use it for anything you like, just make sure to get the controler it could get too hot at times. Dec 2, 2013
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Bill V: A 12 volt battery will work. Gerbings makes a portable 12 volt system battery. Jan 20, 2014
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Clyde S: No Dec 10, 2013
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A shopper asked: I currently have Gerbins heated pant and jacket liner, with the dual control. My question is this. If I get my wife a Gerbins heated jacket liner, can I plug her jacket into my controler along with one of my heated items? Make sense. For example, plug my jacket and her jacket into my dual controler. Mar 25, 2015
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William E: Please note that I am just another customer and am only guessing.
I use the Gerbing jacket liner and a pair of Gerbing gloves on a single controller. In order for this to work, I use the Gerbing 12V Splitter Cord - http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/gerbings-splitter-cord - between the controller and the liner and glove connections. This works fine for me.
I would guess that, provided you use the proper fuse and your bike's electrical system can handle the load - two jacket liners and one pant liner, could be managed with the dual controller by using the 12V Splitter Cord on one of the contoller's outputs.
Gerbing is good about listing the amperage load for each of their devices so you can calculate the load. My stock Yamaha FZ-07 doesn't have any trouble supporting my heated gear.
Good luck.
Mar 25, 2015
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Steven L: Sorry - technical question above my pay grade. I'd ask Revzilla. My hunch is it should work.

Cheers
Mar 25, 2015
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Brett M asked: I purchased the Powerlet heated glove liners, and had intended to pickup the Powerlet jacket which is now discontinued.. Is this jacket compatible with my Powerlet gloves? They seem to both use the DC Coax... I know I still need to get the controller but want to make sure im covered with my gloves.

thanks

Also does anyone know why the Powerlet line is discontinued?
Jan 24, 2015
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Steven L: I have the Gerbings - Don't know if it's comparable w/ other products. Best to ask Rezilla.

Peace.
Feb 8, 2015
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Eric D: Yes, it should work fine, there is a connector at the end of both sleeves to plug your gloves into. Feb 3, 2015
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A shopper asked: On the size chart page there seem to be two conflicting directions on measuring sleeve length:

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.

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

These measurements would be about 5" different so does anyone know which way to measure sleeve length is correct?
Nov 18, 2014
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Tracy P: Frankly, I don't remember how we determined the correct size when ordering this item. However, order what you think is correct and if it's wrong when you get it, Revzilla is great at doing a free exchange in order to get the right size to you. Nov 18, 2014
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Steven L: Yikes - don't have that answer, but I can only say this is an excellent item and works great. Nov 19, 2014
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A shopper asked: I'm considering buying this jacket liner along with the 12V FlexPack battery for working outdoors. Does anyone have experience with this combination and how many hours of use I can expect to get on low, medium and high? Oct 18, 2014
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Sabrina S: I have no experience with the battery but the liner works very well on my motorcycle. Couldn't be happier with its performance. Have used it at windchills into the teens with no discomfort. Hope you get the info you need on the battery. It might help to contact Gerbing directly to answer that question. Oct 21, 2014
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Steven L: I've got the conventional set-up (wired to the bike) with dual controller. Highly recommend. Oct 18, 2014
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A shopper asked: I noticed there are two wire ports, one in the left pocket and one in the inner liner of the wiring harness connection zippered pocket, is this so you can put the controller in your pocket or is it for mp3 player earphones to pass thru the inside of the liner? Oct 28, 2013
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James A: There is a port in the left pocket. I think it's for the controller if you were to keep it in your pocket. I don't, but I might try it if I had the battery pack and no belt clip. Nov 5, 2013
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Sabrina S: There isn't anything in the left pocket. Oct 28, 2013
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A shopper asked: Besides the material part of the liner, is there any functional difference between this liner and the prior liner? Oct 10, 2013
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Brad K: none. the other noticeable difference is the old version (mine) has a plastic square area inside the left lower torso for where the wires meet; the new one has no square (better) and the wires drop down from a zipper inside the same area. Oct 14, 2013
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Simon M: I guess there are devices to prevent an individual panel overheating. Nov 24, 2013
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Joanne G asked: I'm looking at purchasing the Gerbing Heated Jacket liner and the 12 volt heated gloves. I have a 15 AMP BMW cambus on my bike. Can't I just use the cambus with the Gerbing cambus adapter to my controller? I find it senseless to have to put in an extra cambus if I already have a 15 AMP fuse attached to the cambus installed on my F700GS. Nov 3, 2013
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Randal D: You want this as a separate stand alone system directly connected to the battery. Many accounts of the Cambus system overloading and shutting down the electrical system. The cambus is designed for electronics and not resistive heat. Besides you are going to love it so much that you will be adding the pant liner and insoles! Dec 6, 2013
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Edward L asked: Apart from the material, is there any functional difference between this liner and the previous microwire liner from gerbings? Oct 10, 2013
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Edward L: Apart from the thermal resistors, that is. Oct 10, 2013
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A shopper asked: Hi I have a scooter peugeot fly. How does it connect to the battery? What is the total cost to ship this to australia?

Thank you.
Mar 17, 2014
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Rex C: Most of the questions you will have about this jacket are answered in the videos Revzilla puts out. On the surface, this is a nice, light nylon jacket. You will not be aware of the heating elements that are contained within. It is, however, intended to be worn underneath a real motorcycle jacket since there is no protection whatsoever in this garment.

All the cords you need will accompany the jacket, but you will need to purchase a "controller." That is the gizmo that has the on/off/temperature control knobs. One of the cords has a connector that you will attach to your battery and a small plug on the other end into which you plug controller. In the jacket is a cord which you plug into the controller.

Get the dual controller. You will likely add heated gloves and maybe insoles if temperatures are consistently below freezing and trips are long. You will also not want them on the same circuit as the jacket. (Think electric blanket with dual controls for your significant other.) Can't speak to shipping charges.

I have the most fond memories of Australia, having spent a year there in the 70's.

Rex
Mar 20, 2014
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Arthur W: Don't know the cost to ship to Australia. That sounds like a Revzilla question. I don't know the peugot fly but the battery should be 12 volts and have a positive and negative terminal. There is an adapter that comes with the jacket that connects directly to the screw terminals on the battery. You then plug the supplied on/off switch or a thermostat (purchased separately) to the adapter. The jacket will connect to the on/off switch or the thermostat. Mar 20, 2014
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Simon M: The Gerbing gear connects to the battery with an included battery lead that remains attached to the bike.
I would suggest that you look up the power output of the Fly's alternator. I have a scooter and a motorcycle, my scooter does not produce enough 'spare' electricity to operate my jacket without quickly draining the battery and leaving me stranded... you might be better off exploring the Gerbing battery gear.
Cheers
Mar 20, 2014
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Bill V: The Gerbings harness connects with only two leads to the battery. It's a simple connection to the positive and negative terminals. From that commotion you only need a switch that plugs inline between the clothing and the battery plug. The connection can be in the form of a Gerbings on/off switch or one of their Heat trollers, which are their thermostat style switches. Very simple connections. Mar 20, 2014
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chris h: It connects to the battery the same way a battery connects to a bike...positive on positive and negative on negative. Jacket works great, I would recommend getting the portable duel temp controller so you can adjust temp. Hope this helps. Mar 20, 2014
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bruno l: Im in canada and it cost me 46$ delivery for the jacket and the controller. You can connect the jacket on your battery but i really suggest a controller otherwise you will have the play with the on/off switch all the time Mar 20, 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.

Gerbing Men's 12V Jacket/Vest Liner Sizing

Size Chest (in) Neck (in) Sleeve Length Regular (in) Sleeve Length Long (in)
XS 30-32 14.5 32 34
SM 34-36 15.5 32 34
MD 38-40 16.5 34 36
LG 42-44 17 35 37
XL 46-48 17.5 35 37
2XL 50-52 18 38 40
3XL 54-56 19 40 42

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 922165 JKLN13-2XL-R Out of Stock
Black / 3XL 922169 JKLN13-3XL-R In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG (Long Sleeve) 922170 JKLN13-L-L In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / LG 922171 JKLN13-L-R In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / MD (Long Sleeve) 922172 JKLN13-M-L In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / MD 922173 JKLN13-M-R In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / SM (Long Sleeve) 922348 JKLN13-S-L In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / SM 922174 JKLN13-S-R In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / XL (Long Sleeve) 922175 JKLN13-XL-L Out of Stock
Black / XL 922176 JKLN13-XL-R In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / XS (Long Sleeve) 922177 JKLN13-XS-L In Stock: Ships next business day
Black / XS 922178 JKLN13-XS-R In Stock: Ships next business day