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Stephen S:The v-connector is sold separately. The synergy pants have a lead wire at the bottom for the insoles, but I don't have the pants. I use the v-connector and just run it down my pant leg. Not the most comfortable having a wire running down your leg, but beats frozen feet!Aug 20, 2014
Bruno B:Yes. I've been researching this also and numerous sources I've found on the internet agree that all of these companies that use barrel connectors (TourMaster Synergy 2.0, Gerbing, First Gear, Sedici/CycleGear, etc.) all use 5.5x2.5x10mm (aka: Coax 2555) or what Radio Shack calls "size N". Wikipedia calls this the "most common coaxial power connector" in the article for Coaxial_power_connector. There is another connector with OD of 5.5 but an ID of 2.1 which some people have accidentally bought to make linkages. Those tend to be for lower current applications and are geometrically incompatible.Jan 23, 2014