Log In / Register
0 Checkout

Discontinued Product!

The Gerbing 12V Heated Socks
has been replaced by the:
Gyde by Gerbing 12V Heated Socks
Gyde by Gerbing 12V Heated Socks Replacement Product:
Gyde by Gerbing 12V Heated Socks
Out of Stock
Gerbing 12V Heated Socks
Zoom
  • Gerbing 12V Heated Socks
  • Gerbing 12V Heated Socks
  • Gerbing 12V Heated Socks
  • Gerbing 12V Heated Socks

Please select a Size to check availability, or to add this item to your Shopping Cart or Wish List.

Select Size:

Size Chart
MSRP
$99.99
Savings (30%):
$30.00
Price
$69.99

Select qty:

Please select a Size to view availability.
Add to Wish List

Related Video

Gerbing 12V Heated Socks Videos

Gerbing 12V Heated Socks

Motorcycling and cold feet don’t mix. Your feet control braking, shifting and provide stability when you stop. That’s why Gerbing’s developed their coreheat12 Microwire Sock Liners to wrap snugly around each foot, and deliver even heat to the tops as well as the bottoms. And the socks are cut specifically for left/right feet for a perfect fit and better warmth.

Made from a lightweight, wicking, four-way stretch material, the Sock Liners feature Gerbing’s patented Microwire Heat Technology for the kind of smooth, soothing heat only Gerbing’s can deliver. And these Sock Liners sport a special long cut that pulls up over your calf, making them ideal regardless how tall your boots are.

Gerbing’s Heated Sock Liners. They’ll help your feet defeat the cold.

Features:

  • Gerbing's socks are made from a lightweight, wicking, four-way stretch material 
  • The socks are heated on the bottom and top of the sock concentrating heat toward the toes which adds extra heat where it is needed most
  • Extended height to cover the calf
  • Wide elastic band for extra comfort
  • Sock design is specific to left and right for a better fit
  • AWM round power cable maximizes comfort
  • Hand-washable anti-bacterial-treated material
  • Patented Microwire heating technology
  • 1 year warranty on the sock liners' Microwire heating technology

Specifications:

  • Heat: Microwire heat technology
  • Source: 12-volts DC
  • Current: 1.4amps/pair
  • Watts: 17 Watts
  • Surface Temp: 135°F ±5° at 32°F 

Gerbing's and RevZilla STRONGLY recommend the use of a temperature controller with this product, failure to do so may cause burns. 

Bang For The Buck
4.3 / 5
Protection & Durability
3.9 / 5
Features
4.2 / 5
Comfort
3.9 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
 
Large

Gerbing's Heated Socks

Sock Size Men's Shoe Size Women's Shoe Size
XS 5-6.5
S 6-7.5 7-8.5
M 8-9.5 9-10.5
L 10-11.5 11-12.5
XL 12-13.5
2XL 14-15

Please Note:  RevZilla has found the above size chart to be accurate, though a different size chart is listed on Gerbing's website.

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

How To Measure

Sizing Video

Gerbing Coreheat12 Heated Gear Connection and Controller Guide
Product Style RevZilla Item # Manufacturer Product # Availability
XS 764830 SKLN-XS Out of Stock
SM 764832 SKLN-S Out of Stock
MD 764831 SKLN-M Out of Stock
LG 764833 SKLN-L Out of Stock
XL 764834 SKLN-XL Out of Stock
2XL 764835 SKLN-2XL Out of Stock

Shipping

Orders $39.99 and over qualify for our fast free shipping offer. Click Here for FREE Shipping Terms and Conditions.

Please see our International Orders page for orders shipping outside the US.

We show real-time availability on this product page when you select the size/color item you want.  Most items will ship the same business day an order is placed,however if an item requires additional processing time a message will be shown indicating such.

See our full Shipping Policy for further details.

Returns

If your order arrives and it is not right, we will we'll fix it, NO NONSENSE, we promise.

Doesn't fit or just not happy with it? You can return any new, unused and unaltered item within 30 business days of delivery receipt of your item. We will issue a full refund to your original payment method.

See our full Return Policy for all of the pertinent details.

Write a Product Review for a chance to win our monthly $100 giveaways.
4.5 / 5.0
24 Reviews
5 Stars
4 Stars
3 Stars
2 Stars
1 Star
17
4
2
1
0
Bang For The Buck
4.3 / 5
Protection & Durability
3.9 / 5
Features
4.2 / 5
Comfort
3.9 / 5
Style
4.1 / 5
Air Flow
4.2 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
1 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
3 / 5
Great while they work
I bought a pair of Gerbings electric socks a couple of years ago. You absolutely need the temperature controller, otherwise they are too hot. For the brief time they worked it was wonderful to ride with warm feet, but the socks were obviously quite frail. Despite using great care putting them on, leaving enough slack cable, thin socks underneath, thick socks over, specially purchased oversized boots etc, I had only a half dozen warm rides before one sock overheated where the cable joined it, then went cold. I am in Australia, so any warranty is useless due to high USPS charges. However, I am going to give the insoles a try this winter, maybe they are more reliable.<br>Rides: Triumph Daytona 955i, BMW R1200GS, Triumph Tiger 1050
May 11, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
So great
I can now ride in any weather. I was bummed out the upper area wasn't heated, but that's not necessary.<br><br>My feet and hands are always cold. These fix that. I've ridden in the low 20s F and they maintain a great temp at 1/2 setting on the temp controller.
February 25, 2013
Ride:
2007 Yamaha FZ6
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Great buy!
These sox's work flawless! I had the inserts and feet would be cold on the top of foot, not with these sox's. Extends the ride on cool days. Coldest ride so far is 28 degrees. So far I am sold on them.
December 9, 2013
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Worth it!
A few of things to start.<br>(1) You absolutely must have a temperature controller with any Gerbing's product(s). If not, using the product will not be a comfortable and enjoyable experience. You may injure yourself.<br>(2) I use my socks in coordination with a Gerbing's jacket.<br>(3) I've had my socks for two seasons.<br><br>Ok, now the review.<br>The socks are clearly marked left and right as identified by a tag sewn into the upper band. The wires run up the inside of the calf so you can also look at the footbed to see which side is which. The lead wires that run from a controller to the socks are pretty long. I am 5'9" and find that there is about a foot of extra cabling.<br><br>They are made of a very thin, lightweight spandex material, so you have to be easy when equipping them. They are thin enough to wear under a thick pair of winter socks and not have my feet feel cramped up in my boots. The calf part of the sock will stretch; however, the footbed does not stretch! I wear a 9.5 US Mens, and the medium sized socks fit perfectly.<br><br>After two seasons, the socks are holding up well. I have worn them many many times. I have used these socks down to 28 degrees and actually had to turn them down because my feet were cooking. Recently, I did a 700 mile slab jaunt in 40-55 degree temps and wore the socks just to take the chill off. They were on and kept my feet nice & toasty for about 10 hours without problem.<br><br>I have bought a couple of sets as gifts and intend on buying another set for myself when these wear out or quit working, whichever comes first.
October 6, 2014
Ride:
2008 Honda CBR600RR
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
4 / 5
Keeps your toes warm!
Great overall product, accomplishes goal of keeping toes and feet warm in subfreezing temps (I've worn it down into the teens F). Note that only your foot itself is warmed- nothing beyond your ankle. The sock above the ankle is pretty thin, and care needs taken to not rip this material. Plenty of wire goes to the very top of the sock and then back down, allowing you to wear additional pairs of socks and/or high boots. Don't really notice the wires on my foot, but I don't think I'd like to leave them on after riding- I just bring a change of socks to work. My feet are never cold anymore though!
December 2, 2013
Ride:
2012 Harley Davidson Electra Glide Ultra Limited FLHTK
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
5 / 5
Perfect for cold-weather rides
These heated socks are great when the day's riding weather starts off or ends up being cold. Great temperature control and overall heat when you need it.
January 23, 2012
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
3 / 5
Features
3 / 5
Comfort
3 / 5
Style
1 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Gerbing's Heated Socks
The Gerbing heated socks are awesome at keeping your feet warm. These socks aren't very stylish or anything like that, but they do there job well. I wear a normal pair of socks before putting on the heated socks so I won't burn my feet. The temperature gets incredibly hot, so make sure you have the temperature controller. The sock fabric is soft so do not pull too hard or they might rip it feels like it. All in all this socks are a good deal and worth the purchase and keep your feet warm in cold weather.
December 30, 2013
Ride:
2006 Kawasaki Ninja ZX-6R ZX636
Gerbing's Heated Socks
If you don't have a full Gerbing's outfit, including pant liner, jacket liner, socks, gloves and a dual temp controller, you are in for a long hard winter. Purchase the Gerbing's products and ride as long as you want and as far as you want. It will never be too cold again.<br><br>RSJockey
January 6, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
works like a charm.
I was concerned about the wires irritating my feet or ankles.<br>they have connected the wiring to the "booties" under the arch of the foot and there was problem at all. I had to adjust the long wires running to my heated pants slightly but after wearing the socks on a 6 hour ride to the Ga. Mtns. my feet were warm and comfortable. Gerbing's are the best!
April 15, 2011
Ride:
2006 Honda GL1800HPN Gold Wing Audio/Comfort/Navi
Bang For The Buck
4 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Fit
Small
True
Large
Air Flow
5 / 5
I called four days before a three week cross country trip and they arrived in time to go with me.
During my cross country trip, I became part of this freak winter storm in April. The socks as well as the pants, jacket and gloves proved their mettle. They kept me warm even while riding in below freezing temperatures for a day and a half straight. Good work Gerbings!<br>Bud
April 10, 2013
Use our Product Q&A for a chance to win our monthly $100 giveaways.

Have a functionality, fit, or otherwise product-specific question about the Gerbing 12V Heated Socks? Ask it here! If you have a customer service or shipping question, please direct it to our Customer Service department.

Start typing your question and we'll check if it was already asked and answered. Learn More
Browse 11 questions Browse 11 questions and 63 answers
Why did you choose this?
RevZilla Store
Because I need a pair, and they were on sale.
Pavle A on Nov 30, 2015
Freezing toes.
Paul A on Nov 13, 2015
Because I need a pair, and they were on sale.
Pavle A on Nov 30, 2015
Gerbing is the best when it comes to heated gear. I have the Gerbing gloves and jacket liner. My little toes are always cold in the winter months!
S U on Nov 27, 2015
Freezing toes.
Paul A on Nov 13, 2015
For cold winters
thecaddaddy on Oct 8, 2015
need to have warm feet.
miles D on Aug 20, 2015
My husband works outdoors for 12-14 hours. It's cold.
Nancy W on Feb 15, 2015
I own the Gerbing gloves and they work so well at keeping me warm, the only thing I find that gets too cold is my feet. I wear Freeze-Out gear under my clothing, and that in conjunction with the gloves and these socks should keep me toasty warm in North Georgia region all winter long.
treynolds on Jan 24, 2015
I've been using Firstgear heated socks and needed a bit more warmth. I use Gerbing gloves and am happy with them.
RockBottom on Jan 4, 2015
My wife has poor circulation, resulting in cold feet. I wanted this for her comfort.
smbrisen on Dec 22, 2014
Good reviews
Mark M on Nov 19, 2014
Cold weather riding
Larry B on Nov 18, 2014
I needed to complete my winter gear. Many of my motorcycle club members brag about this product, so I decided to give it a try.
Stephanie J on Nov 10, 2014
Ha! Tired of parking for the winter. Tired of being cold when I do ride in the winter
David S on Nov 3, 2014
I have a Gerbing heat controller and they are a trusted brand.
Bobby B on Oct 1, 2014
Friend had a pair like them
Tim C on Jun 20, 2014
These socks saved me multiple times this past summer. Crank them up and ride.
Droz on May 20, 2014
'Cuz I'm turning into a wussie and now need the het for the feet :-P
Tony B on Apr 27, 2014
So I can ride earlier in spring and later in fall
Robert P on Apr 6, 2014
Reviews were good and I wanted heated socks without large wires running from the bottom of the boot.
Kirk S on Feb 5, 2014
insoles are easier to put in&out but top of foot still got cold. these heat top and bottom of foot from mid arch forward. No wires under heels but the power cord does enter sock at mid arch. no problem walking or in riding position. The over calf is a bit of a hassle but does keep it all in place and if you are a tall boot person you need the cord length.
phil m on Dec 29, 2013
Needed something to keep my feet warm riding in Nebraska in the the winter.
Terry R on Dec 4, 2013
My husband requested them for his b-Day.
Suzanne W on Nov 30, 2013
Cold feet ruin rides, this looked like most flexible solution
David S on Oct 28, 2013
Personal recommendation.
Stephen S on Oct 26, 2013
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
Henry O W on Oct 13, 2013
Again, 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! (-: PS: Cold hands & toes are just not cool! Pun intended. (-:
Theron D on Sep 25, 2013
I ordered these socks to complete my heated Gerbing suit. After riding last winter i realized my feet where getting cold enough to slow my reflex time down between shifts and braking. A must have if you plan on riding in the cold weather northern states.
T O on Aug 25, 2013
Gerbing is the best when it comes to heated gear. I have the Gerbing gloves and jacket liner. My little toes are always cold in the winter months!
S U on Nov 27, 2015
For cold winters
thecaddaddy on Oct 8, 2015
Do you think these would be just as good for snowmobiling?
A shopper on Jan 14, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Yes they would be even better for snowmobiling then for motorcycle riding, as would the gloves the pants and the jacket! They are so warm I almost never have to turn them up past the first setting and I ride frequently in below 30 degree weather.
Hello,
Do I need to wear a sock liner under the heated socks or can the Gerbing socks contact skin?
A shopper on Nov 10, 2011
BEST ANSWER: I highly recommend a silk sock liner: 1) easier to get heated socks on/off, 2) Gerbing recommends no direct contact in their heated jacket liners (which I have), and 3) keeps heated socks cleaner, so do not have to wash often.
What are the heat control options for 3 pieces of heated gear. Have the duel control for vest & gloves, but want to add socks? Thanks
A C on Feb 14, 2016
BEST ANSWER: I ride all winter with my heated gear (as long as no ice/snow on road). You have two choices: 1) buy another controller or 2) daisy chain two pieces of gear. If you go the daisy chain route, I would link the gloves and socks together because both get cold faster than the torso. You will need to buy a couple of Y-adaptors to collapse 4 inputs to one. I personally would just buy another dual controller. It would give me more control and provide me with a back up controller.
Are these socks also suitable for old ladies with poor blood circulation? I'm trying to find heated socks for my mom who has chronically cold feet.
A shopper on Sep 30, 2013
BEST ANSWER: I brought these socks to ride in cold weather on my motorcycle. As long as your mother has a 12V power source they should keep her feet. warm. Be careful you can turn the temperature up too high and create other problems.
Good luck
I want to get a pair of hearted socks but not sure the size. My shoe is a 71/2 wide women's size. What do you think for socks. I want them to fit in my shoes. I have Raynaud's disease and would sure like to go for walks in the late fall and early winter months! Are these right for me.:)?
A shopper on Feb 25, 2014
BEST ANSWER: My wife wears a size 9 shoe. The size small fits snugly. The socks are thin , we are able to wear typical socks over them and still fit in the boots. In the area of the top of the foot/ankle has extra room. I guess this is for extending the toes (like in a ballet.)

The cable runs on the inside of the leg (the sock are marked left and right.)

The heating pads are on the top and bottom of the foot.

I hope this helps.
Do i need a spliter from both socks to the heat controller?
A shopper on Feb 21, 2014
BEST ANSWER: If you don't have pant liners to connect to the socks, you need a splitter to run from the socks to connect to either the yellow in the jacket or directly to the white on the controller.
Do these sock liners work with Gerbing 12V Hybrid Glove Batteries that are compatibe with hybrid T5 gloves?
http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/gerbings-two-12v-hybrid-glove-batteries-charger-kit

Also is there an accessory to change the male socket of the Hybrid battery to a socket (for connecting the sock liner's Y-Cable's plug end)?

Thanks in advance.
LogeshKumar N on Mar 24, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Don't know how well they work with the portable batteries, but if you want a female to female adaptor, there is a website called "powerlet" that has all kinds of adaptors to make this work. Good luck!
Your chart shows large 10.5-11 and Gerbing size chart shows Large 9-10.5 and X large 11-12.5
A shopper on Nov 9, 2011
BEST ANSWER: The large will probably fit your foot, but you will be stretching the '4-way stretch material' close to its maximum and the sock will feel tight. Some people like this, some don't.

The X large will definitely fit your foot and is the size recommended by Gerbing. It will not be 'loose' on your foot, and for most people with size 11 feet will be the best size.

So, it depends on whether you like to wear your day job socks 'tight' or 'normal.'

One additional consideration, maybe, is your boots. If they are already pretty tight, you might want to go with the large (not X large) socks, in order to reduce bulk by a fraction of an ounce. Feet generally stay warmer when there is a little extra room for the toes to wiggle, not when they are so tight that circulation is being cut off.
I saw an ad for this in a hunting mag. I thought that it had 7V rechargable batteries but it looks now like it is only for the motorcyclist and needs to be connected to a DC (direct current)? Where are the battery operated ones?
A shopper on Sep 6, 2011
BEST ANSWER: Gerbing's does make heated sock liners using rechargeable 7V batteries, in their outdoor gear line. You can see them here:

http://coreheat.net/Products/Heated%20Sock%20Liners.html

But, you can also use these (motorcycle) 12V socks with a rechargeable 12V battery from Gerbing's. Revzilla only sells one of the two options, the flexible battery designed to fit into the rear armor pocket of Gerbing's Hybrid LT jacket:

http://www.revzilla.com/motorcycle/gerbings-128fp-flexpack-battery

Gerbing also sells another version of the battery (the 'non-flex' option - it comes with a belt pouch), which you can read about here:

http://gerbing.com/Products/batteries.php
Will this work with my Powerlet RapidFire Jacket/gloves/controller?
Dan E on Oct 6, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Sorry but I don't know.