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Gerbing 12V Heated Pant Liner
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  • Gerbing 12V Heated Pant Liner
  • Gerbing 12V Heated Pant Liner
  • Gerbing 12V Heated Pant Liner

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Gerbing 12V Heated Pant Liner

Features:

  • coreheat12
  • Compressible, water-repellent, durable, Thinsulate insulation
  • Teflon coated, wind-resistant, soft nylon shell
  • Form-fitting patterns and sizing to fit snugly and easily under your outer garments
  • Full length zipper from hip to bottom of pant for each side


Specifications:

  • Heat: Microwire
  • Source: 12-volts DC
  • Current: 3.6 amps
  • Watts: 44 watts
  • Surface Temp: 125°F +/- 5°F at 32°F
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Gerbing 12V Heated Pant Liner 4.6 5 21 21
Work as advertised They work great, but I ride in all weather, so I really regret not just buying the XE pant. My fault, I know... I do think the gear is slightly overpriced, but I guess it's inline with what the competitors are charging. January 11, 2014
Quality product but you pay a hefty price It runs a little small but I like to wear it over my jeans so I just ordered one size up. Gerbings is probably the best quality you can buy but you sure will pay for it even though all brands are pricey. October 28, 2013
Very light and comfy. More than what I expected. I have tried it 40 degree weather and was quite comfortable. September 30, 2013
Good product which does what it says Purchased these pants in a men's as no women's size were available, but found them good around the waist, small in the seat area ( would be good for a guy) and very blousy through the leg with a very long length. I only wish there was some wiring around the back of the leg area as my legs were hot on the front and cool on the back. Another consideration is not to wear armour in the knee area. I ride a Multistrada but still found the the armour pressing on the wiring, which caused a hotspot on my knees. Overall a good product June 17, 2013
Great product! I've taken a couple of extended trips using these pant liners, and the comfort they bring in cold, chilly riding make it well worth the investment. I would recommend to my friends. March 17, 2013
Will Keep You Warm This product is excellent and performs exactly as advertised. I recently purchased the jacket and pant liners. Now I am completely comfortable riding the 25 miles to work in 40 degrees. I no longer have to wear Mount Everest-rated long johns in an (often epic fail) attempt to keep warm. I especially love the fact that I have no trouble bundling them up in my backpack for when the ride home is 80 (gotta love spring in Arizona). Not to mention, revzilla's customer service with regards to exchanges is fantastic. March 15, 2013
Finally Heat I only got this for about two weeks and my commute is only a few miles. But I took a long ride on Saturday in 45 degree weather. I only had it on two clicks. Works very well. January 7, 2013
More than enough heat for winter riding I recently added the Gerbing's pant liners to my arsenal of heated clothing (jacket and gloves) and I have never been more comfortable riding my BMW GSA on cold days. The pants fit great and I only have to turn the controller up a little bit for a lot of warmth with temps in the 30s and 40s. Highly recommended. December 17, 2012
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Gerbing 12V Heated Pant Liner
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Ray N: to keep me worm in cold weather May 20, 2014
Eric R: This pant liners are excellent. Well built and computable. I'm riding in 35 degree's using vented pants, light windbreaker lining (olympia brand) and thermal leggings. This combined with the coat and boot insoles is perfect and very warm (could sweat if I wanted). Using the thermostat is a must to keep the perfect temp. Size MR - I'm 5'10, 185, 32/33 waist 32 inseam. Dec 26, 2013
Stephen D: Best heated gear money can buy Nov 4, 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
Theron D: 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
A shopper asked: I have to get every pants I ever buy hemmed, even women's cuts. If short lengths are available, I just have less to hem. Can you hem these pants liners without interfering with the electrical and heating elements? If hemming is not an option, can they be folded up and will that double heat my ankles? Oct 24, 2011
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Bandit: Looking at mine I would say it depends on how much you need to shorten them. There is about three and a half inches at the bottom where there are no wires, however the issue may be that the side zipper that runs down most of the legs could be tough to change. Although being plastic it may be easy to shorten - get a good tailor.
Also folding the zipper could be uncomfortable if the pants are tucked into a boot.
Having no wires at the bottom means that folding is not a problem nor is it warmer.
Oct 25, 2011
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OldManRick: There is only about an inch, possibly an inch and one-half, available to be hemmed.

Yes the pants can be folded up, and yes that will double heat your ankles.

Custom sized pant liners can be ordered directly from Gerbing's by calling 800-646-5916 - be sure to tell them Revzilla sent you ... ;-)
Nov 10, 2011
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Heather: I got an answer from the manufacturer, that they will make a custom length for you using a custom order form. I did not inquire further, as my scooter battery will not support the draw this clothing requires. So it sounds like there is an option for shorter motorcycle riders. Nov 10, 2011
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A shopper asked: Hi,

I'm considering getting two full sets of heated gear for myself and my girlfriend for long distance winter tourIng. My question is, what would the strain on the battery be for this setup? I'm looking at heated jacket, pants and gloves/socks each. Right now I do have two plugs on my Ducati Multistrada 1200 Touring and I think the bike should be able to handle it. Anyone have experience and perhaps any significant issues with power supply on newer bikes?

Thanks for any replies - ride safe!
Oct 20, 2011
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OldManRick: To get the complete answer to your question you will need to do a little homework. Hopefully this will help.

Your Ducati Multistrada 1200 S Touring bike probably has two 12V power outlets which can be used to power your clothing, assuming they are not already being used to power something else, such as a mobile phone charger or intercom. Each outlet provides up to 8A (8 amps) of power. The outlets are fused, so if you try to draw more than 8A the fuse will blow and ... you will be cold, until you replace it (which is hard to do, when your fingers are cold).

Each piece of clothing you purchase will draw a certain number of amps - this is included in the product description of the clothing. When you add up the amps from each piece of clothing, they cannot add up to more than 8A per outlet, or 16A total. Perhaps 4A for you, and 12A for your girlfriend ... ;-).

As a VERY rough guideline gloves are 2A, jackets 6.5A, vests 4A, pants 4A, insoles 1.4A, so you can see you might not be able to load up with as much heated gear as you would like (of course it is not how much gear you BUY or WEAR that counts, it is how much gear you have PLUGGED IN at any one time!). And remember - each garment is different, so don't assume my numbers above are of any value in your own case ... !!

And perhaps I should add - you will not be straining the battery on your bike. The fuses prevent that.
Nov 10, 2011
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Crazy: I have this gear and have used it on my last three bikes, 99 kawasaki 1500, 83 Venture and my 09 Triumph R3T with no problems. I must note that I did not run any accessory lights or electoral draw when using my Gerbing pants, liner, gloves and socks. My wife has also ridden with me using the same gear on the Kawi and the Venture we did have to dial the thermostat back to about 50% power on each. Oct 24, 2011
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David R.: I never connect my pants, gloves and jacket while the bike is NOT running; battery drain would be a lot. You would have to check your system's output limit and see if all of your electrical draw requires you to upgrade output--depends on your system. Oct 28, 2011
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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 Pants Liner Sizing

Size Waist Measurement (in)
XS 25 - 27
SM 29 - 31
MD 33 - 35
LG 37 - 39
XL 42 - 44
2XL 47 - 49
3XL 51 - 53

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
XS 716616 A-0-2-1-30 Out of Stock
SM 716618 A-0-2-2-30 Out of Stock
MD 716620 A-0-2-3-30 Out of Stock
LG 716622 A-0-2-4-30 Out of Stock
XL 716626 A-0-2-5-30 Out of Stock
XS (Tall) 716617 A-0-2-11-30 Out of Stock
SM (Tall) 716619 A-0-2-13-30 Out of Stock
MD (Tall) 716621 A-0-2-15-30 Out of Stock
LG (Tall) 716623 A-0-2-17-30 Out of Stock
XL (Tall) 716627 A-0-2-19-30 Out of Stock