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RevZilla:The Mobile Warming Women's Cypress Jacket does not offer any vents as it was designed for winter riding. The Windshark technology offers breathable, waterproof and wind-resistant properties, but is not windproof.May 2, 2012
angela k:I actually have a mesh jacket with a removable liner. In winter I would wear this as a first layer, hoodie, and then my icon mesh riding jacket and feel perfectly comfortable. I live in texas, so this is a perfect jacket to ride in about this time all on its own because it's light enough during the day I won't burn up, and the heater is enough at night. Apr 8, 2015
dave s:India, good quality made well. My girlfriend likes it a lot. Wear it with a tee shirt then put warmer / heavier layers over the top, to trap heat in. This way the battery will last longer set at low.Mar 23, 2014
Esther K:Care instructions from the user's guide: - Disconnect and remove battery from the garments from power lead wiring harness - Remove temperature control (only on garments using the large battery pack) - Machine-wash on the gentle or delicate cycle using the warm-water setting (water temperature below 50 degrees F) and a mild detergent. Do not use bleach. CAUTION: Do not tumble dry, iron, or dry clean. - Remove from washer and hang/air dry. NOTICE: Do not wring out or twist the garments, this will damage the heating elements.Dec 2, 2013
Susan H:The rechargeable battery pack plugs into a wire in the left hand pocket. The battery pack just sits in the pocket while in use. Remove the battery pack and plug it into the charger. The charger is an AC plug - not sure if you can charge it while in use. It would be great if it had a DC charger so you can charge in the car.Jan 10, 2015
A S:You can't charge it while wearing it because you use the same port in the battery pack both to charge it and to connect it to the jacket. You have to take the battery out, connect it to the outlet, and then put it back in when it's done charging.Jan 10, 2015