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Powerlet rapidFIRe Proform Heated Jacket Liner
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  • Powerlet rapidFIRe Proform Heated Jacket Liner
  • Powerlet rapidFIRe Proform Heated Jacket Liner
  • Powerlet rapidFIRe Proform Heated Jacket Liner
  • Powerlet rapidFIRe Proform Heated Jacket Liner
  • Powerlet rapidFIRe Proform Heated Jacket Liner

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Powerlet Rapidfire Proform Heated Jacket Liner

Our new rapidFIRe ProForm Heated Jacket Liner with CNC (Carbon Nano Core) heating uses Far Infrared technology to provide fast, deep, soothing warmth. Now the warmest liner on the market at 105 watts! Built in stuff sack and no annoying heating wires of any kind!

Stay Warm While Riding

Powerlet's 100 watt ProForm™ heated jacket liners and 60 watt ProForm™ vests pack down to a very small size to fit on the bike when not in use. Not only the warmest heated clothing available, but our ProForm stretch panels also make them the most comfortable. We recommend using a temperature controller with the ProForm 100 watt jacket liners.

The ProForm Advantage

ProForm™ stretch panels provide three key advantages: non-binding movement, maximum heat transfer and simple sizing. While all three are very important, maximum heat transfer is perhaps the most important. For maximum heat transfer the heated garments must be close to the body. A long sleeve T-Shirt is recommended under the heated vests and heat jacket liners. A heavier layer can be worn over the garment. Other heated clothing manufacturers provided many sizes to attempt to create a snug fit. This often leads to a more complicated purchase and the potential improper fit if your weight changes.

ProForm 100 Watt Jacket Liner Features

  • ProForm stretch panels provide comfort and simple standard sizing.

  • Ultra thin design provides comfort and small storage.

  • Comfortable heated Polartec fleece collar wicks moisture.

  • Zippered pockets manage power cables.

  • Handy stuff sack allows for storage on the vehicle.

  • Unique sleeve finishing reduces bulk around wrists.

  • Glove connectors are located at the ends of the sleeves.

Ordering Heated Clothing

Three parts are required for heated clothing: the power outlet on the vehicle, the temperature controller and the heated garment. Simply put, the temperature controller and cables connect the garment to the power outlet.

Powerlet designs heated garments for people who rely on their heated clothing for both comfort and safety. Like our customers, we enjoy a lifestyle utilizing convenient modern electronics and wear our heated gear for commutes to work and trips across the country.

Built For A Lifetime

Powerlet seeks the highest quality materials and craftsmanship. All of our heated clothing products are developed and tested in the USA by people who ride regularly. Quality components and attention to detail ensure Powerlet products resist wear and corrosion to last a lifetime. All Powerlet ProForm heated clothing carries a lifetime warranty on the electrics and a lifetime warranty on manufacturing defects.

Installation Instructions (pdf)

Note:  Does not come with battery harness - Single or Dual Temp Controllers ship with battery harness.

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Powerlet rapidFIRe Proform Heated Jacket Liner 5 5 5 5
I like this jacket better than my Gerbings This jacket works as advertised. I find the overall heating to be much more uniform that the Gerbings micro-wire jacket it replaces. And the wireless dual controller is soooooo much better than the bulky wired Gerbings controller. I find the fit to be on the small size. Figure one sixe up from your normal size. The glove liners work great as well! February 2, 2014
Heats Faster than any Jacket I've Used. The rapidFIRe liner seriously heats up really fast, much more quickly than any of the Aerostich liners I've owned. The stretch fabric at the shoulders are really comfortable and super breathable, but lean towards drafty in temps lower than about 45 degrees Fahrenheit. Since this is primarily a low temp jacket, I'd think they may want to investigate a way of keeping in the warmth while maintaining the flexibility. Hey, I can always ask, right? April 8, 2013
Great Liner! After trying several heated liners I settled on Powerlet, basically because it fit me better than the others and had remote capability (unlike Gerbings) which is crucial in my opinion. Jacket heats really well and like I said, the fit is great. I'm 5'10" and 195lbs and the large fits perfectly, especially with stretch panels in just the right places. The remote dual heat-troller is amazing and well made. I recommend buying the little case for it as well, in fact I'd almost say it was a necessary part of the package since it makes mounting it much easier. I clip it to my mini fairing, loop the lanyard around my bars for safety and I'm ready to roll. The sticky back velcro patch that comes with it is a joke and for $140 I wouldn't trust using it for even five minutes. This is a quality item from a great company that backs its gear, but don't be fooled by the Far Infrared (FIR) 'technology' they claim makes their liner heat better than others. The technology's been around a long time and it works, and this is a great application for it, but at the end of the day...and this is many years of studying physics talking...heat is heat. It doesn't feel like anything other than that. It doesn't heat 'below the skin' like they claim, whatever that even means, it's just a heated layer and though it works very well it isn't some magical 'different' kind of heat that feels or works better than any other 'kind', it's just plain old heat. I mention this because if you find a liner that fits you better (probably the single most important factor in determining how well the liner is going to work for you) then that's the one you should go with, don't stick with this if it doesn't fit well just because you think you're getting something unique or special. All the current top manufacturers use pretty much the same technology and materials, just with small differences in their set ups. I like the integrated stuff sack on this one for instance. But I don't like the rubbery coating they spray on it to increase it's water and wind resistance. Frankly, I can't understand why they would think to do this considering you wear it UNDER a top layer. I have a rain suit if it's wet out. The rubbery coating not only adds thickness and makes it bind to the lining of my outer jacket reducing ease of movement, but also makes it breath less efficiently which gives it a sort of swampy feeling when it gets warm. I preferred the design of the Warm and Safe equipment to be honest, but it didn't fit my body type as well so I had to go with Powerlet. I'm happy with the liner, it's well made and it works really well, but it's thicker and less breathable than Warm and Safe's and the material is less comfortable. W&S uses a soft, slippery nylon that moves really well under your jacket and it noticeably thinner which means it's easier to fit under an existing jacket. The W&S also has hand pockets, which are great when off the bike and using it as a walk around jacket, the Powerlet liner doesn't have hand pockets for some reason. Anyway, bottom line is that this is a great liner from a great company and it works really well. I felt I had to address the issues I mentioned, but overall I am very happy with it. Recommend. March 18, 2013
Great Jacket I love is jacket so far. It fits a bit tight around the body but I assume this is to keep air from going between you and the jacket. The arms are long enough with stretch fabric for comfort. Collar is great up or down depending on your needs. Great temperature control with the Powerlet wireless controller. December 25, 2012
Very happy with it. I am riding a 2000 Kawasaki Concours 130 mile a day commute, 70% highway, 30% in town. I will ride most days unless it is icy or raining heavily. This is my first heated Jacket or Jacket liner I have used, so I can’t say I can compare it to any others I that regard, but I will say it is very, very good. The fit is on the smaller side, I would recommend you order a size bigger than what you need. I ordered my size and it just fits me and from what I have read on other liners is that it’s better when they are closer to your skin to provide good heat transfer but this will NOT be an issue with this jacket. I have used it twice and it has absolutely no problem keeping you warm, or hot if you want. There is a feature in the jacket that if you don’t need it as hot you can unplug it and use half of the power, which is an excellent feature, I usually feel cold so I haven’t actually tried it yet, but I am in no way concerned about it not working well. The construction of the liner is very good. There is attention to detail noticed in it, the different types of fabric used in just the right places makes it very comfortable. I am usually cautious about where wires and clothes are connected and worry about either the wires being abused too easily so that they break or the fabric pulling apart in those areas, the quality of these areas is great and I don’t think I will have to replace this jacket for quite a few years (and there is a lifetime warranty that makes it almost a non issue). The fabric around the neck is excellent and I forgot I had it zipped up all the way on the way into work this morning. Oh and the “handy stuff sack” feature is such a great idea. If it gets too warm out you just stuff it, don’t have to worry about it and just put it in your side bag, or whatever you have, and just go. The only thing that I would say that could be better is the color coding used on the plugs is what looks like heat shrink tubing just slid over the wires and I thought it made it look cheap, but really that is just not that big of a deal . October 22, 2012
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A shopper asked: I am looking to buy a jacket or liner and gloves or glove liners.. Is the powerlet my best choice? I would like to ride when the temperature is in the 30's.. Also what else do I need besides jacket and gloves related to wiring? do any options come with the wiring? I have a 2013 victory hardball and a victory high ball. Also I saw a wireless version.. does that mean you do not have to connect the jacket to the actual wiring on the bike? Thanks for all your help.. Sep 16, 2013
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Craig K: From my experience I have a Powerlet jacket liner and it is very good. I am not a just a fair weather rider, I ride as long as it?s not icy. I have a set of First Gear heated gloves and they are ok. I was thinking of using the Powerlet liners but I don?t think I would like the extra bulk with a liner in a glove. So, I would recommend that you get a pair of Gerbings heated gloves, which have all the fingers heated and will connect to the connectors on the Powerlet clothes.
As far as wiring, I am using a clip on dual heat controller clipped on my gas tank bra and that works very well for me, easy to access. You do want to consider is where is a good place to attach it and be able to use it with your gloves on. I thought on my pants or jacket but those places are not really as accessible as you may think with all of the clothes and helmet on when you need to make adjustments while riding. I would recommend having the controller mounted on the bike, clipped to or hard wired, that is easy to see and reach.
There are wireless controllers that are not connected to the bike but the jacket and gloves would be. Just seems like something else I would have to keep charged, I?ll pass on that. And you?re still left with the problem of where to put it and now there is nothing stopping it if it falls.
One other thing, which is prob obvious, but worth mentioning, you will always notice the next coldest spot on your body. Make sure you have clothes that stop the wind. Even rain gear is better at keeping you warm than some of the most expensive stuff out there.
Good luck with your choices.
Sep 17, 2013
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Randy L C: Hello,
Hope this is not too late. I own both Powerlet and Gerbing's jacket liners as well as Gerbing's T 5 heated gloves and Gerbings heated socks. After riding extensively with both jacket liners I have settled on the Gerbing's as my preferred liner. The Powerlet seems to leave a gap at the small of my back which is an annoyance more than anything, also I find it easier to hook up my heated socks to the aux. outlet with the Gerbing's liner...in fact I gave up trying to make it work with the Powerlet. That said, both liners are great, the difference's are just 'spitting hairs' in my opinion, and I'm sure you'd be happy with either one. I prefer gloves over liners...personal preference, both good. The heated socks are just OK, but definitely help. You do have to plug your liner into a power cord that you hook up to your battery (cord comes with the liner). The wireless option is for the controller that adjusts the temperature for your liner. I have the Firstgear dual Heat-Troller which can be mounted anywhere on your bike, very convenient and eliminates being tethered to your controller...highly recommend. I ride a KTM 990 SMT and a Kawasaki Ninja 1000. I ride year round...coldest ride 10 degrees, but many at or below freezing. I rode 32K miles last year...buy some heated gear (from Revzilla) and ride. Hope this helps.
Sep 22, 2013
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georgia l: This is one FANTASTIC jacket. It heats evenly, we run in even colder than 30 degrees. I remember my husband installing his infrared controller for the thermostat (he has the wireless version, but think that's just the heat part). He uses the old connection in the bike, so yes you still have to plug into the bike. I am using the existing plug ins on the bike also. Hope thie helps. We still run the gerbing gloves :-) for now. Sep 17, 2013
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A shopper asked: Since this jacket has no protection pads, can it be used has a first layer on which I could add another protective jacket ?

thanks for answering

Nick
Montreal, Qu?bec, Canada
Mar 17, 2012
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CraigK40: Yes, it fits very well under another jacket, almost like a t shirt. very thin, not unconfortable at all. Oct 22, 2012
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Chris K: Absolutely! That is the intended use of this jacket. I wear it underneath my REV'IT Winter jacket. Mar 21, 2012
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A shopper asked: Will this jacket link up with a Gerbing pant, or sock liner? The powerlet looks like a great product, I just am wondering if it would work with the bottom half of the Gerbing products, or would I have to have two different controllers, one for the Gerbing pants and sock liners, and one for the powerlet gloves and jacket? Jan 2, 2012
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Chris K: Yes, the connections are co-axial, so any of the other heated gear products that also use co-axial plugs will work. Unfortunately, use with Gerbings products will void the Gerbings warranty, however, Powerlet will support their products regardless. Jan 6, 2012
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CraigK40: I had the same concerns when I was looking to buy a heated jacket liner. Yes, it will work with the Gerbing's line, they have the same type of connectors and this jacket is set up just like the Gebings jacket is. A dual controller would be set up that one dial would control the jacket and the other would control the rest. Oct 22, 2012
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Men's Jacket Liner Sizing

Size Chest (in) Waist (in) Sleeve (in)
XS 34-36 28-30 31-32
SM 37-39 34 33-34
MD 40-42 35-36 35
LG 43-45 37-39 36
XL 46-49 40-42 37
2XL 50-53 43-47 38
3XL 53-57 48-50 39

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

Click here to see the full Powerlet Size Chart
Product Style RevZilla SKU ID Manufacturer Product # Availability
XS 862905 PHG-101-XS Out of Stock
SM 784185 PHG-101-S Out of Stock
MD 784184 PHG-101-M Out of Stock
LG 784183 PHG-101-L Out of Stock
XL 784188 PHG-101-XL Out of Stock
2XL 784187 PHG-101-XXL Out of Stock
3XL 784186 PHG-101-XXXL Out of Stock