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Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner
  • Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner
  • Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner
  • Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner
  • Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner

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Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner - 2012 and prior model

As of 2013, a new model of the Gerbing Heated Jacket Liner is available

Constructed from a wind-resistant, soft nylon shell. Wear the coreheat12 heated jacket liner under other motorcycle clothing. Insulated to be thermally efficient along with being wind-resistant and highly compressible. The perfect garment to pack for those unpredictable weather conditions.

Gerbing’s newest version includes many upgrades to help make the jacket liner even better. The most revolutionary change to the liner is the New Microwire heat panels strategically placed throughout the garment, providing you with the thinnest, lightest, strongest and fastest heating system ever.

  • Heating pads on the chest, back, collar, and sleeves
  • Compressible, water-repellent, durable, Thinsulate® insulation
  • Teflon® coated, wind-resistant, soft nylon shell
  • Inside and outside pockets
  • Silky soft micro denier collar
  • Form-fitting patterns and sizing to fit snugly and easily under your outer garments
  • Glove plug pockets placed on the sleeves secure the plugs when not in use
  • Dual 2 wiring configuration (for one user only)
  • Lifetime warranty on heating elements
  • Incorporates Gerbing's Microwire® heating technology that uses micro-sized heating fibers to surround the body with warmth.
  • Made in China


  • Heat: Microwire® Heat Techno ogy
  • Source: 12-volts DC
  • Current: 6.4 amps
  • Watts: 77 watts
  • Surface Temp: 135°F +/- 5°F at 32°F

Please Note: Gerbing's has eliminated the Power Distribution Unit found on previous versions and replaced it with individual connectors that can be stored in a zippered, internal pocket.

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Gerbing's Heated Jacket Liner 4.8 5 144 144
A MUST if you ride all year long From 50F chills in the CO mountains fall to 20F ride to Prudhoe Bay AK, the Gerbing jacket turns a potentially miserable time into toasty comfort. I got mine 3 years ago and have about 20,000 miles on it. Regrettably mine was still made in China and I had wiring issues (melted main connector, broken wires to the gloves) which I fixed on the Dalton Highway in AK with splicing and electrical tape, then more permanently back home with aftermarket connectors. They are now made in the US and reportedly do not have quality control issues anymore. Even though I had problems with the wiring/connectors on mine, the heating performance is excellent and I wholeheartedly recommend it. Do not think twice: buy a pair of G3 gloves too, then with decent long johns you can endure 14-hour days between 20F and 40F in comfort. March 14, 2014
better than i expected. it kept me warm and confortable this jacket liner is light, comfortable and very warm when heating. it is a great buy! February 24, 2014
Nice and toasty Not the best at keeping wind out if you wear it under a mesh jacket but it will keep you warm. In colder weather with a mesh jacket I have found that wearing a rain jacket over will keep the wind out letting the heat stay next to you. If the wind cant get to your liner then it works excellent in any temperature I have wanted to ride in. I ride year round even in freezing temperatures. For storage roll do not fold the jacket up and it will fit into a backpack easily. If you fold the jacket it can break the nitrol wires that work as heating elements. February 3, 2014
Bought to stay warm.... Rode yesterday 2hrs each way.... started at 40 deg.. on the way home... down to 33 deg.. Using my one piece Aerostich Roadcrafter, two layers, top and jeans.. The set up just didn't cut it, at highway speeds,, Might have been better if I used my wool union suit underwear with.... Last year,, using my buddy's heated vest,, I had to keep it below 1/3.. or cook... I'm disappointed for the $$$ January 15, 2014
Works well in any weather I usually have to turn the heat down, even in rain. It's very cozy. I think instructions should be clearer on connectors, though - I actually thought mine wasn't working, when I was using the incorrect controller with it -the older model would heat gloves with one connection, this newer one requires a two switch controller or a 'Y' connector. I sent mine to the shop before it became clear I had the wrong setup... December 30, 2013
It Fits! Not only does the jacket liner fit nicely under my leather jacket but it gets me nice and toasty on a cold day. The whole heated clothing thing in new to me and it's a bit daunting to deal with the wires and connections and how and where to route them and where to put the controller and the whole routine.....but with some trial and error and practice it eventually comes together. December 8, 2013
great addition to cold weather gear Product fit a little big but not a problem smaller would be uncomfortable. It does what it is supposed to do keep me warm on the coldest days. I ride every day as long as there is traction. Don't kid yourself when you ride every day you need some comfort and this does the trick. Wish I had done this years ago I look forward to a longer riding season. October 28, 2013
Quality product I have the full set now gloves Jacket liner pants and socks. While Gerbings has had some issues with supply and availability . The company has gone thru some changes. I got thru to the support and was satisfied with the end results. How else are you gonna keep warm up here in Canada. it is worth the cost to extend to riding season and to be comfy warm and not too bundled up is a bonus. Takes time to get the wiring placement sorted but that is what you have to do. New micro wire and the old copper wire, will see if one is much better than the other, I wish it had some heating elements at the sides just seems that they missed that area as it is unheated. Hope it holds up as long as people say it does. September 28, 2013
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Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Matthew V: Since I commute by motorcycle every day, every season, any weather, I want to ride in relative comfort [i.e. warmth] when the temps are below freezing. Feb 14, 2014
James G: I ride all winter long and this is a great addition to you gear. Light and warmth without the bulk. Jan 27, 2014
Renee A: This jacket has been awesome and saved me in some very cold weather. Dec 23, 2013
Isabeau S: Good reviews. Nov 24, 2013
Stephen D: Best heated gear money can buy Nov 4, 2013
Louis D: Gerbing is the Best in heated gear Oct 30, 2013
Rob T: Gerbing has a great name & product Oct 30, 2013
John C: Froze one late fall on a long trip and after using it over the winter I wished I purchased one 10 years ago. This is a great investment and works great with the adjustable controller. Oct 9, 2013
Theron D: Again, Because I had my rockstar a** handed to me when I rode from Los Angeles, Ca. to North Dallas, Texas... December 22nd, 2012. Temps dropped to the low 30's and I looked ridiculous and was uncomfortable with all of the layers/crap on... and I was still cold! (-: Sep 25, 2013
DONALD B: so I can extend my riding season Sep 24, 2013
Olli T: I have heard nothing but good about this product and wanted to stop freezing at cold temperatures. Sep 24, 2013
RICHARD G: Best jacket according to customers reviews, great video explaining jacket's pluses and great price from revzilla. Sep 7, 2013
steve s: My wife and i both have heated gear and love it you can ride longer in the spring and fall its like sitting in a hot tub not at all bulky never rolls up and always works great Aug 23, 2013
Vincent P: Top rated heated vest. Aug 23, 2013
Thomas R: Bought one for the wife last year and it worked very well. Wanted one for myself. Aug 8, 2013
A shopper asked: If this is my first piece of heated gear, it looks like I also need to purchase:
1. A controller (single or dual, portable or fixed) and optional leather clip case if portable
2. A battery harness (http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/gerbings-battery-harness)

Is that correct? Anything else?
Jan 16, 2013
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RevZilla: The Gerbing's Jacket liner will include everything that is required to hook the jacket up to the battery on your motorcycle (comes with the battery harness and the fuses). Additionally, while the temperature controller is not required for the jacket to work, it is highly recommended since it is the only way to control the temperature setting on the jacket. Without a temperature controller, the jacket will warm right up to 135¬?F within a few moments of being connected to the battery harness and this can cause great pain and/or skin burns. Also, the belt clip makes it much easier to leave the temperature controller in an easily accessible location, but is not absolutely required to use the jacket liner.

On a related note, if you ever plan on adding glove liners, pants liners, socks, or insoles from Gerbing's we recommend buying a dual temperature controller instead of the single temperature controller. This will allow the rider to set one temperature on the jacket liner (controlling the body's core temperature) and then select a second temperature for all the accessory items (controlling the limbs). If you have a single temperature controller all the gear will be set to the same temperature, which would still keep you warm but doesn't offer the same level of control as the dual controller.
Jan 16, 2013
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LisaJ19: The battery harness connecting the jacket to the battery comes with the jacket.
I'd recommend getting a temp controller, but I don't have one just yet and get along well without it. I'd just like to be able to adjust the heat when the outside temp isn't as cold but when it would still be nice to have a little heat. I will be purchasing a portable controller soon....Probably a Dual Controller in case I want to get heated gloves later.
Apr 29, 2013
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SharkRider55: if this is your only piece of gear, a single controller will work fine. If you plan to obtain additional parts then you may need a dual controller. Dual allows you to maintain different temps for the different parts. For example you may want the jacket temp different than gloves or socks based on exposure to elements. Mar 28, 2013
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Mule: Battery harness is included with the product. The temperature controller is important to have. The case while handy is not really necessary you can just put the controller in your pocket or in your crotch area. Or you can Velcro to the bike somehow. Feb 11, 2013
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tmrasu: You would need to buy the clip case and either the single or dual temp controller (depending on if your planning on running anything else, like gloves). I believe the battery harness comes with the jacket. Jan 28, 2013
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David1: Battery harness comes with each piece of heated gear: ie, jacket, gloves, pants etc.

So no, you do not need to purchase a separate battery harness. It is included.
May 13, 2013
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A shopper asked: how long is the back of the jacket liner? Nov 22, 2011
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Robertavery: The Gerbing's Jacket Liner is cut straight across the bottom with no dip in the tail section which would be nice to have. They do however sell a tall sizing which would come down further if that is what you are looking for. Nov 28, 2011
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Harleyenuff: Hello, Jacket liner fits the same as a regular jacket. It is even all the way around. The back does not extend down any lower than the front. Mar 12, 2012
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KenO: The jacket is cut in the normal manner, the back is no lower than the front. On me, it breaks right below my belt all the way around. Nov 23, 2011
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Motogp990: The back of the Gerbings liner is like a standard jacket. It's not longer in the back. Apr 12, 2012
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SharkRider55: the jacket does not have tails, normal waist length with elastic. Mar 28, 2013
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Diverjp: Right to the belt line Jan 17, 2012
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A shopper asked: Does it stop functioning? Is there a risk of shock? Do I have to worry about a short circuit on my bike, or blowing fuses? Aug 10, 2012
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LisaJ19: It is a liner, so it would probably be best to wear it under something like a thin rain jacket, or water resistant textile jacket. I wore mine in rain underneath a textile jacket and didn't get shocked.
If you damage a wire by folding it sharply, then put it directly against your skin I'd say you'd get burned, but if you use the jacket properly, underneath something, you won't get shocked. They're well made. Mine didn't have any flaws in it. It's comfortable and works really well. But for your peace of mind it might be a good idea to check the liner you buy for any flaws before wearing.
This liner comes with different fuses. If you're just using the jacket liner, then a specific fuse should be installed. If you're using gloves only, then a different fuse would be used. If you're using both, then there's a different fuse for that combination. All the fuses are included with the jacket.
Apr 29, 2013
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n337us: It's worn under your existing gear an is weather proof. All wiring is sealed there is not a lot of current flowing so your risk of shock is minimal and since your wiring will most likely be at the battery, there is no risk. I've ridden in the rain with this, the proprietary plugs are water resistant. No worries. You can even wash it by hand, so rain is no problem. Oct 22, 2012
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dmftoy1: The liner will keep on working even if wet, won't blow a fuse or cause a short circuit. The liner itself is actually water resistent, but they want you to have a waterproof shell on over it. (which is the only way I'd use it) Oct 8, 2012
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RevZilla: We contacted Gerbings and they have informed us that if you get the liner wet you will simply be warm and wet. Seriously though, the jacket will not stop functioning, shock you, or short out your bike. Aug 13, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will the Gerbring jacket plug straight into the outlet on my Triumph Tiger 800 by the ignition rather than having to wire it to the battery? Dec 24, 2012
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JeffreyS: Not it will not plug directly into the outlet next to the ignition. I have the same bike and I just used the supplied harness on the battery. I like the wire coming out near my left knee rather than running across my tank. Jan 29, 2013
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RevZilla: It is not recommended to power heated clothing on any stock power outlet. You should always run with the accessory battery harness supplied or a panel mounted port. Dec 28, 2012
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A shopper asked: Is there a battery available that would allow me to use my Gerbing's heated jacket liner at say a winter football game? May 8, 2011
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Chris K: Currently, we only carry the Motorcycle application of Gerbings gear, however, they do make other power delivery methods including the "Core-Heat" battery line-up. You should be able to find that on the Gerbing website. May 16, 2011
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SixstringSteve: Yes, go the the Gerbings web site. They have a hybrid battery system for their heated products. Good customer service too. Oct 13, 2012
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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 Tall (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 SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
2XS 716564 A-0-1-80-30 Out of Stock
2XS (Long Sleeve) 716565 A-0-1-81-30 Out of Stock
XS 716566 A-0-1-82-30 Out of Stock
XS (Long Sleeve) 716567 A-0-1-83-30 Out of Stock
XS/SM 716568 A-0-1-84-30 Out of Stock
XS/SM (Long Sleeve) 716569 A-0-1-85-30 Out of Stock
SM 716570 A-0-1-86-30 Out of Stock
SM (Long Sleeve) 716571 A-0-1-87-30 Out of Stock
MD 716572 A-0-1-88-30 Out of Stock
MD (Long Sleeve) 716573 A-0-1-89-30 Out of Stock
MD/LG 716574 A-0-1-90-30 Out of Stock
MD/LG (Long Sleeve) 716575 A-0-1-91-30 Out of Stock
LG 716576 A-0-1-92-30 Out of Stock
LG (Long Sleeve) 716577 A-0-1-93-30 Out of Stock
LG/XL 716578 A-0-1-94-30 Out of Stock
LG/XL (Long Sleeve) 716579 A-0-1-95-30 Out of Stock
XL 716580 A-0-1-96-30 Out of Stock
XL (Long Sleeve) 716581 A-0-1-97-30 Out of Stock
2XL 716582 A-0-1-98-30 Out of Stock
3XL 716583 A-0-1-99-30 Out of Stock
4XL 716584 A-0-1-100-30 Out of Stock