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Gerbing 12V Hybrid Heated Insoles
  • Gerbing 12V Hybrid Heated Insoles
  • Gerbing 12V Hybrid Heated Insoles
  • Gerbing 12V Hybrid Heated Insoles
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Gerbing 12V Hybrid Heated Insoles

We've all had cold feet sometime in our lives. We're talking REAL cold. Not just wedding-day jitters. Cold, stiff, tender feet can turn any ride into a miserable one. But Gerbing's coreheat12 Hybrid Heated Insoles are designed to deliver powerful, warming heat. And unlike the other heated insoles, ours provide heat over their entire surface area.

The Gerbing coreheat12 Hybrid Heated Insoles will keep your feet toasty warm, on or off the bike. Because Gerbing's Hybrid Heated Insoles are designed to connect to your other Gerbing's Heated Gear, run them straight off your bike's battery, or you can power them off the Gerbing's 128MVKT Multivolt Battery Kit (sold separately).


  • Utilizes Gerbing's Hybrid Heating System
  • Power directly from a 12 V electrical system, or Power them from one of Gerbing's optional 12 V Lithium battery packs (sold separately)
  • Includes one fused battery harness and Y-harness
  • Heats entire surface area
  • Lifetime warranty on the heating elements
  • Incorporates Gerbing's Microwire® heating technology that uses micro-sized heating fibers
  • Includes Gerbings Glove / Insole Y Harness (ACYH)
  • 1 year warranty


  • Heat: Microwire® heat technology
  • Source: 12-volts DC
  • Current: 1.2 amps/pair
  • Watts: 15 watts
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Gerbing 12V Hybrid Heated Insoles 4.5 5 32 32
Husband loves um 2nd pair he has for a 2nd pair of winter boots. Best thing/ February 25, 2015
poor the wiring is lacking, I had issues with the wiring to break about where the boot meets the leg on both pair January 29, 2015
Looks wel made and very comfortable I had Tourmaster heated insoles for 2 years (not too much use) and one of them quit working this year so I decided to go with Gerbing's to match my jacket and pant liners I have had for many years. These fit great, you can trim a bit off if they are too long for your boots, and feel great so there is no hurry to remove them when the day warms up. I'd recommend using them with a dual heat controller, or on their own. My boots are really the only gear that hangs out in the air stream and I found times I'd like to boost the heat on the insoles without the jacket and gloves getting warmer. November 1, 2014
Have not used them yet but looking forward to it I had a pair of heated insoles but they finally wore out I am looking forward to using these they seem like a very good product. I will write more after hunting season. October 28, 2014
Keep your feet warm in the coldest of conditions I've been riding with these down to 35F or so at highway speeds. I don't have a proper foot fairing, just cylinder heads that semi obstruct the wind randomly, but not significantly. I haven't needed to max the innersoles out yet - they actually burn my feet on max and I turn them down. They work as you'd expect, and are still comfortable to walk in for reasonable periods of time. If you are running a Gerbing heated jacket make sure you use a dual zone controller. I find that my foot and jacket temps are totally unrelated. It's nice that they toss in the extension cables to run from your jacket or bike to your shoes. You run this cable through your pants so that your boots can connect to the bottom of your pants. Or, buy their heated pants, although I once had them and found them to be overkill for the temps I'm riding in (lowest 20F or so). In terms of sizing I bought the XXL innersoles for my US 12 / metric 46 feet. The sizing was good and I did not need to trim the innersoles, however they do have an area marked off on the top of the innersole as safe to trim (i.e. you won't cut off electrical wiring). Don't forget to do the math on your bike's charging system and don't overrun it with heated gear. Otherwise you'll be feeling great beating the weather and riding for hours... until you try to restart your bike at a stop and the battery was dead. Consider having a voltmeter installed so you know what's going on if you plan to do significant riding. March 17, 2014
Keeps the feet toasty I ordered this after not being able to get the Gerbing socks to fit right. Even though they only heat the bottom, the insoles keep my feet warm during my rides (I wear uninsulated leather boots and ride a bike with no fairings). While I won't be going on any ruck marches, the insoles are comfortable enough to walk around a motorcycle show. I see no reason these won't last for seasons to come. As far as fit, I did not have to trim the insoles even though I wear a size 12 and ordered the 2XL. March 5, 2014
Nice product; works as advertised I run these insoles on an older heated vest with the power distribution unit in the vest. I have a one-zone controller. They work fine and look durable. They keep my feet comfortable. I did not need to trim them to fit my size 44 boots; the sizing chart was accurate. I first tried them out on a 6-hour drive in temperatures in the mid to high 30s. It still had to stop to warm up, but I no longer need to stop because of cold feet. This product will extend your driving range in cold weather. It was easy to replace the fuse on the controller wire. November 18, 2013
Toasty Feet! Gerbing heated insoles can be purchased at several outlets. What keeps me coming back to RevZilla is the excellent customer service. NOBODY beats RevZilla's customer service. October 14, 2013
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Douglas G: Works as advertised... Feb 28, 2015
bobby p: Didn't like these I have the Gerbings Feb 22, 2015
Becky D: We spoke with Mr. Gerbing at a motorcycle show in Atlanta and he said he found the insoles kept his feet warmer than the socks. Dec 21, 2014
Hart V: Recommended by my son. Dec 7, 2014
Stanley B: For warm feet. Nov 12, 2014
Richard D: quality Nov 10, 2014
Peter C: I bought these to keep my toes warm as I ride year round in upstate NY, down to 15 degrees F or so. At the end of one season, the cables tore out of the soles due to taking my feet in and out of the boots, so I'm trying Tourmaster Synergy 2.0 this year (2014) Nov 9, 2014
R N: These heated insoles will heat the whole foot. All off the heated socks I looked at just heated your toes. Plus, these will be great for ice fishing since all of my toes and heals have frostbite. Oct 7, 2014
Chuck J: Looks like it was a good product by the reviews. Oct 7, 2014
Thomas D: Just found out my Tourmaster heated insoles do not work any more. I have Gerbing gear, since 1999, and decided to go back to them. Planning an upgrade to current Gerbing gear soon so this will definitely be compatible. I've tried Gerbing socks in the past and hate walking on those blasted wires. Oct 5, 2014
J O: Well, I wanted to keep my feet warm. I bought these and holy hell, yes you can burn your feet straight out of your boots if you have the power to do so. Make sure you use this in combination with a multi-zone controller because you will NOT want your feet warmed at the same electrical level as your jacket/vest etc. In terms of sizing, they seemed to fit true to norms. Oct 2, 2014
Jeff S: I already had Gerbing pant liners so I felt this would be a good addition Aug 24, 2014
Robert S: Keep my feet warm riding high alpine roads in the eastern alps of Eurtope. Aug 19, 2014
John H: Makes winter riding possible! Jun 23, 2014
Michael L: I can't use these because they are so bulky I can't wear them with my riding boots. The Gerbing sock liners work much better. Mar 3, 2014
Steve C: Traveling to prudhoe bay AK. Have issues keeping feet warm in very cold conditions. Have jacket liner and gloves now. They work great. Will use these as needed. Went with insoles over socks to not limit walking......and expect better durability. We will see. Jan 26, 2014
Michael P: Cold feet...jeez Jan 10, 2014
Herbert K: Seems to be the most effective insole in the market, concerned about long term durability. Already have LiPo batteries to power these. (Non motorcycle use intended) Jan 9, 2014
James S: never tried anything like these Thought I would Jan 4, 2014
Eric R: These insoles are great. I wear a size 10 and got the size 11 where I could cut it down a touch. The warm slowly (when using a temp controller) and if I my ankles get a little cold (I have leather boots, hightop length) I just wiggle my feet and the warm air moves from the soles to around my ankle. Im riding in 35 degrees and have no problems with cold feet. Comfortable and worth every penny. If you needed to you can also want in them as they have nice padding. Dec 26, 2013
Renee A: This is nice, but not sure that they were better than the heated socksâ?¦ Defenetly better than nothing, but the top of the feet stays cold.. Dec 23, 2013
Jonathan R L: I do lot winter activity from 4-wheeling, deer& predator hunting & motor cycling wanted give this item a try to see it meets my needs. Dec 12, 2013
Randal D: More pieces to the collection. Dec 9, 2013
Michael S: THESE REALLY WORK GREAT ! These are way better than heated or insulated socks. These are very comfortable while riding and walking. My feet used be cold all the time, I used these during a 20 -30 degree all day ride and my feet were "toasty warm" all day. I highly recommend these heated insoles to anyone who gets cold feet. Nov 5, 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
A shopper asked: can u walk on the heated insoles? Oct 30, 2011
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mcorr57: absolutely! I removed the stock insoles from my Tourmaster response boots and put the gerbings in their place. Except for a little less support around the outside edge of the heels I haven't noticed a diffence. They are built to withstand lots of walking, standing, etc. Mar 18, 2013
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Spock: Yes . You must make sure you hold on to the wire at the top of your boots while slipping your foot in so your foot doesn't drag extra wire down . In this way you won't have a coil of extra wire under your foot . I learned that the rirst time I used the pads. Having this extra wire under foot maks for an uncomfortable condition when standing or walking . Once you get that down which takes only seconds to pick up your home free Jan 16, 2012
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K12RSGuy: Being that your feet are on top of them inside your boot yes. You will not feel the wires like I can a bit with the Gerbing electric socks that I have. The insoles should be nicer and easier to use. Oct 31, 2011
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BThompson: Yes, you can walk on the heated soles. At first they are a little uncomfortable in the arch of the foot but after a few days of use they are great. Dec 31, 2011
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Kent: Occasionally I know the cord is there while riding or walking, but it's minor. the insoles are as comfortable to walk in as the TCX Xfive ever was. Nov 7, 2011
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Robertavery: I have had no problems walking with my Heated Insoles. They are very much like the stock foot bed. Nov 14, 2011
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Kitowsr: Yes just did for two days and they are quite comfortable.but them in and ride or walk. May 20, 2013
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Cameron G asked: Im a skinny guy and like my heat. Will I be able to hook up the insoles, pants, jacket, and gloves at the same time without melting the wiring of my bike? I have a Ducati 848 Evo and a Ninja 650abs Nov 25, 2013
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Jason P: Cameron G - I am a police motorcycle officer and use these everyday I work when it's cold out. I have insoles, jacket, and two different styles of heated gloves all by Gerbing. I use the dual controller so I can adjust my jacket seperatly from my gloves and insoles. I am plugged in most of my 12 hr workday and have never had a problem with the wiring. I think I have only gone through one fuse in the 3 years I've had them. The wiring actually connects directly to your battery so there is no possible way to damage anything on the bike. They are worth every penny. My feet feel like I'm sitting inside when I have them on, even on the coldest of days. Nov 25, 2013
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james h: I ride a CTX700, I would have to venture a guess that your bikes, Cameron have a similar output profile to mine. If that's the case then I think you would be overloading it. I plan to ride with a jacket liner and maybe pants plugged in, I use external battery powered devices to keep from stressing the electrical system.
The reading I've done on the subject points to not even turning this stuff on until your at least close to half of your maximum rpm's if not higher, different engine/alternator combo's provide median or maximum output of energy at different ranges but i'd avoid turning any of that on until your underway and not leaving it on when the bike is only idling. A Voltage/Amperage draw indicator would be highly recommnended.
Weather where I live ranges between 25-50 degrees F, ambient temp not counting windchill, during the cold months.
Ask your respective local bike technicians or manufacturers of said bikes to find out how much power is being generated at what RPM ranges, or if your a enterprising individual put your bike on a stand and put a volt meter on a feed from the alternator to find out.
Jan 13, 2015
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Douglas S: I see your problem. Using the installation guide that comes with gear, the total amperage draw for your setup works out to 15.3. Is it safe to go to a 20-amp fuse? I ride with just the insoles, jacket liner, and T-5 gloves coupled to a 15-amp circuit all the time and have never had any problem. In your case, I would call the manufacturer. Gerbing's ought to know. Nov 25, 2013
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Donald W: Yes it should work. Just check the amperage draw for that amount of gear using the paperwork included when you bought them. Ask your dealer if the alternator will handle that amount of draw. I would hook it directly to the battery and make sure the fuse is large enough to support the draw. A dual controller is a must in my opinion. Nov 25, 2013
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Herbert K: That depends on the wiring on your Ducati. I have a 2008 BMW R1200RT. I plug a jacket, gloves, and insoles into a socket that goes directly to the battery. I do use the factory plug for a heated vest. Nov 25, 2013
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Cameron G: Thank you so much! And thank you for keeping our streets safe =) Its very admirable to do so on a motorcycle, especially in this weather! Always wanted to be a k-9 cop myself.....anyway, stay safe!! Nov 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: How thick are these? Do they compare in thickness to a standard boot insole? My concern is a build-up in my boot and therefore my boots will not fit the same. Dec 29, 2013
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Robert G: They are a tad bit thicker than the original insoles that came with my HD boots but didn't change the fit of the boots at all. They are absolutely amazing. I have the insoles linked through my heated jacket liner. I also have a dual temp controller that controls my gloves on one leg and the jacket and boot insoles on the second leg. They keep your feet very warm!! Again, a great product.

Hope this helps.
Dec 29, 2013
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Douglas S: I wear these with a pair of custom-made White's heavy leather boots built on the Smokejumper last. The boots have an usually high arch, and these work fine. I just loosen the laces a bit to allow for the thicker footbed. If I have a complaint, it is that the heated insoles sometimes will get too hot for comfort for no apparent reason, and I'll have to lower the temperature. Dec 29, 2013
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Richard S: My Gerbing 12V Hybrid Heated Insoles measure .250 uncompressed at the toe. When I use my insoles I simply remove the original insole and insert my heated insole. It takes less than 10 seconds to switch out. To double stack the insoles would make it to high for my boot. Dec 29, 2013
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Martin T: They vary from about 3/8" at the heel tg about 1/4" at the toes. It would be best if you could remove your existing insole before putting them in. That way the build-up will only be slightly more than with the standard insole. Dec 30, 2013
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A shopper asked: My husband wears an 11.5 shoe and usually a 12 boot. The size chart shows an XL- 10-11 and a 2XL- 12-14. He could use the 12 however to go up to a 14 would be huge. Can you cut them down? Which size would you recommend? Dec 9, 2013
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Ashton E: I would suggest the XL-10 to 11 size for two main reasons.
1-Even though you have markings on the insoles to cut the 2XL down to size, you can't be sure if you may need to cut below these to get the desired fit. You risk cutting the heating elements.
2-Most riding boots are made to fit either snug or close to maintain dexterity (we control with our feet). Getting the XL ensures it will fit in the existing size 12 boot even if it doesn't reach the very tip of the toe while using the entire length of the heating elements.

IE: better safe than uncomfortable or worse, cutting the elements and exposing them!

I wear mine in a pair of Puma VX2000s. I didnt have to cut but I do notice that the elements don't heat all the way to the tip of your toe so getting the XL will be a benefit for him to get the full length of heat for his size 12.
Dec 10, 2013
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Christopher P: You can cut them down by 1/4 inch. For a Sidi boot an XL will fit up to a size 11 with maybe just a hair of trimming (fits my size 10 boot with just a tiny space at the front). Depending on your husband's actual boot size I would probably recommend a 2XL and then trim. If his boot size is closer to an 11 then get the XL - your toes usually don't don't the very front of a boot anyway.
p.s. these soles work great.
Dec 10, 2013
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A s: I wear a twelve boot as well and bought the xl and they work great. Good luck. I love all the gerbing heated gear. Ride safe Dec 10, 2013
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Emmett C: I would get the larger size and cut them down.. However if I was going to do it over I would get the socks instead of the inserts Dec 11, 2013
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A shopper asked: I need this for work not riding. What accessories do i need, battery packs wires etc, are lithium ion batteries available? Nov 26, 2012
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RevZilla: The Gerbing's Hybrid Heated Insoles will come with all the wires that you need to plug these into the Gerbing's Two 12V Hybrid Batteries + Charger Kit (Sold Separately). In this package you will get two insoles, the fuses that you would need if you were to wire them to a bike, and the wires that would run from the insoles to your power source (either the bike or the Gerbing's Battery packs).

Nov 27, 2012
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Goose1200rt: Insole where cablee feed may not be comfortable for work. Feb 8, 2013
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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's Heated Insoles Sizing

Insole Size Men's Shoe Size
XS 4-5
SM 5.5-6.5
MD 7-8
LG 8.5-9.5
XL 10-11
2XL 12-14
Insole Size Women's Boot Size
XS 5-6
SM 6.5-7.5
MD 8-9
LG 9.5-10.5
XL 11-12

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
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XL 716673 A-0-140-75-5 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours
2XL 716674 A-0-140-75-6 In Stock: Ships within 24 hours