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Extend your riding season into the depth of winter by wearing the Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Jacket Liner. Alloy cables are routed throughout every part of the jacket, including the collar, to create a heated jacket that keeps you warm in the harshest of conditions. Stretch panels in the side and shoulder blades allow for a close fit for extra warmth. A dual rheostat controls the temperature to offer the rider the widest range of temperature control.
Durable Taslan outer shell with a comfortable liner
100G Polyfill insulation increases warmth and heat retention
Temperature sensor regulates the maximum and minimum temperatures and provides a constant temperature
Expanding side panels allow for a snug, comfortable fit
Heated collar helps to seal out the cold and wind
Includes a power lead wiring harness, dual rheostat unit an
a thigh-mounted leg band to attach the temperature control unit
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pat b: I had very good experience with a Synergy 2.0 heated vest for several years. I just got a new bike with less weather protection than my previous one, so I wanted to upgrade to a full liner. Based on my experience this looks like a good value for the money.Jun 20, 2015
Norman B: I have had one for 8 years and logged 70,000 miles. I started having a little trouble with it and it is getting quite worn. Figured I would just get a new one. Best item in my tour pack. it extended my riding season by 3 months here in Northern Michigan.May 5, 2015
Joseph G: Price was good and had prior success with older generation Tour Master heated productsApr 21, 2015
Rebecca H: Have a Tour Master vest now. Has been great . Want a jacket and expect the same qualityApr 19, 2015
William L: I wear it over a long sleeve t shirt and under a leather jacket and it keeps me comfortable on an un-faired bike at highway speeds down to the mid 30's. Not too bulky and easy to use. If you ride in cold weather you'd be dumb not to go with heated gear.Jan 19, 2015
james s: The inclusion of the controller and battery hook up. Also the inclusion of of an accurate size chart.Jan 12, 2015
Timothy C: Previous positive experience with Cortech jackets and pants. Also the price point for this item (since it includes the heat controller). Positive reviews on this and other sites factored in as well.Dec 26, 2014
Gerald B: jacket looks great and review are goodDec 17, 2014
Bernard F: had controller with them and like the looks of jacketDec 15, 2014
James W: After reviewing a couple of other liners on line, this looked like a very good value.Dec 7, 2014
richard c: Great price and they worked fantastically in South America in sub zero tempsSep 27, 2014
David L: I own a Tour Master textile jacket and am familiar with the good quality.Sep 14, 2014
Carl W: Heated clothing for winter riding has been on my mind for a while now, this seems like value for money and good quality too judging by the talk on forums etc. Looking forward to testing it out when it arrives.May 8, 2014
Philip G: To expand my riding season, recommended by friend.Apr 8, 2014
john g: Tour Master has a great reputation. Good reviews on product. Jacket has expandable ribbing on sides. Comes complete with all required components. Good price. Looking like the Michelin man to stay warm is getting old.Feb 7, 2014
Daniel O: I find that Tourmaster offers good quality for price and it includes dual controller.Nov 23, 2013
phil m: not going to use it everyday so I was looking for a lower price but good quality. Other tour master gear has worked very well and am hopeful for this purchase. When it is a clear but cold day or rough weather on the road I need the heat to keep going.Nov 22, 2013
James B: Present for son. Already have one of my own still going strong for 4 years now.Nov 21, 2013
Thomas N: Seems to be a good deal, and it gets great reviews on this site. This is my first purchase of heated gear.Nov 2, 2013
Jerry G: Based on the reviews and everything that comes with it, I thought this was going to be a best fit for my first purchase of wintergear.Oct 28, 2013
Bruce T: biggest i could find good revues no re stoking fee revzilla repOct 25, 2013
A shopper asked:I have an older (version 1?) Synergy vest that I've used for several years & I love it. I've just downsized and have a bike with less weather protection, so I'm now looking for a full liner. Is the plug compatible with the older Tourmaster synergy wiring that I have installed?Jun 8, 2015
John W S:I am sorry, I do not know the differences between the older version and newer. I just purchased the newer and wore it this AM. The dual controller worked fine (gloves and vest) after it was replaced by Gerber because the initial one I bought did not work. Gerber replaced it without hassle and 3 day shipped it to me at no cost. Reveille is knowledgeable about Gerber products. I live in MN and offer go riding in mountains so it is very valuable.Jun 9, 2015
James B:The power pigtails the you wire into the bike is the same in both versions. The main difference between 1.0 and 2.0 is in the controllers. I have both 1.0 & 2.0 jacket liners and they both work on the pigtail. Jun 8, 2015
Kurtis C:Being comfortable would be more important than thinking it needs to be tight to keep you warm. It has more insulation than the other jacket liners I have, plus the settings can get very warm. I only use low.
Make sure it will fit in the jacket you intend to use. It is bulkier than I expected. I would prefer less insulation and just rely on the electric heat, that would give more options. It won't work with my Coaster III leather jacket because it is thicker than the original liner.Apr 13, 2015
John N:You do not want a tight fit. You want to be able to move your arms/shoulders freely without binding. This is important not only for safety reasons, but also do not want to put too much strain on the wires. The very first jacket liner I got was tight and the binding was uncomfortable and eventually had one arm that stopped heating. Hope this helps.Apr 14, 2015
William E:Large might be right. I am 40" and medium fit snug which was perfect. Just took first trip. Eureka, CA to Coeur D Alene, ID and back on DRZ 400 SM, no windshield. Cold snap had temps high 20's and 30's. One layer cotton under liner. It worked good!Apr 14, 2015
Barry M:I use my Tourmaster Jacket Liner with Powerlet glove liners. They plug right in, work great with the controller. I love the liner, I love being INSTANTLY comfortable by turning a dial. I would tell you to buy it, and if they don't plug in return it. I'm betting they will work though.Apr 15, 2014
John W S:It comes with a strap that you can use to fasten it to your leg. I Either put it in the pocket of either the jacket liner if no windbreaker over it or in the jacket of the windbreaker. Either way, you need to set it at the temperature you like before riding as it is dangerous to adjust while under way. Make sure the jacket is snug if not it will not function as well as it should. Mine is a little loose but I am past the date to return it.Nov 26, 2014
David S:I have the controller mounted on a Velcro strap which I put around my left thigh. I have the double controller for my heated gloves as well. Really easy to use that way while you're riding. It would be a little awkward to use if it's in your pocket although it could be done. You wouldn't be able to close the pocket all the way because of the power cord. Nov 26, 2014
Bill H:The controller comes with a generous length of cord. It has a velcro strip that you can wrap around your leg. Or I guess. U could put it in a pocket. Quite frankly I just tuck it in front of me when I sit down I LOVE the jacket and wished I got it years ago The jacket is quite stylish and keEps me warm Nov 26, 2014
Patrick J:The controller is clipped to either a strap on your thigh or your waist. When riding I prefer to have the controller clipped to the strap around my thigh so I can see and access the controls if needed to control the temperature as my body adjusts to the conditions.Nov 26, 2014
Thomas N:The controller comes with a velcro strap for your leg and is easy to change the heat settings. Usually you just set it before you get underway and don't have to adjust it at all. I also clip my controller onto my chaps if I'm wearing them.Nov 26, 2014
Joseph P:The controller has a cord & a clip so it to move with you if clipped to your pocket or chaps. You can mount it to the bike but I think you will have more movement freedom if clipped to your clothes.Nov 28, 2014
A shopper asked:How tight or fit should this jacket be? I am about a 43" chest and decided to go with the large but it seems to be a bit large. Should I have gone with the Medium with the stretch it should fit fairly tightly? Thanks for the adviseApr 13, 2015
jordan d:I am quite a bit larger than you so I can't relate to sizes, but I would suggest that it should fit more like a sweatshirt than a jacket. I wouldn't want it too tight. Manufacturer suggests not to wear layers under it but to wear a thin shirt so as to feel the heat more directly. I never wear more than a t-shirt under this liner. It is quite warm without turning it on, I normally use the first setting only . I have been very satisfied with this liner, and wear it around the camp sight without an overcoat. I guess id say it should be comfortably snug. Not tight fitting. I hope this helps, good luck and happy travels Apr 14, 2015
Steve D:First of all this jacket is meant to be worn under a riding jacket. That being said you'll get some compression of the jacket liner to your body from the riding jacket. In order for the liner to put heat on your body you need contact. If the liner you bought fits like a normal jacket you own I'd say it's too big. When you put it on and you can say "it's a little tighter than a normal jacket" I would think its the right size. If you plan on wearing this liner as you only coat it may be too large. Best way to tell is to plug it in and wear it like you intend to wear it. Hope this helps.Apr 14, 2015
Jonathan L:Sorry for the late response. I am not sure what chest size I am but I'm 5'10 and thin but muscular build and weigh about 160 lbs.. The medium fits me perfectly, I would get the large and that way you can layer clothes underneath it. Hope this helps, JonApr 20, 2015
Earl H:Hi, I went with the larger one for me, it is a little loose fittings but the next size down would have been shorter in length which I didn't want. They heat very well so having the larger one should be good. Ride safe.Apr 14, 2015
Sharon D:My husband and I ordered the large and they fit comfortably snug but able to move or even wear a shirt with no binding feeling. Love the heated chaps also fit over jeans well and give comfort and warmth.Apr 13, 2015
Patrick N:Thanks for all the replies. I ended up getting a medium to try out. The medium is snug and and provides better contact with my body than the large, it is not binding or to tight. Although both jacket provide plenty of heat the large being looser seemed to provide less heat than teh medium on the same setting. Length wise the medium it is about 1 inch shorter than I would like.Apr 27, 2015
Plinio G:I don't think you want it too tight. I am 5'9 175 lbs and the medium was a little short on my waist as well as on the sleeve so I got the large. I think the intension of of is not being tight since it's just a liner. Also remember that you might be still wearing another layer underneath I hope this helpsApr 14, 2015
Robert S:Normally I would always purchase size large jackets but in this case I went with a medium. Glad I did, it's not too small, it has stretch panels on the sides and fits nicely under a my high-vis armored jacket.Apr 14, 2015
Jeff B:I wear an extra large in every thing I wear I got the large and it firs perfect, it's snug but not to tight so if yours is a little loose I would try the medium. you do want it a little tightApr 14, 2015
jordan d:Good question, the controller has three wires, 2 connect to the jacket and 1 to the hot wire (power) connected to the bike. When you step off the bike you have the choice of either disconnecting the power wire and leave the controller connected to the liner, or you disconnect the liner wires and leave the controller on the bike.
I have large tank bag and normally leave the controller connected and in the bag. You do need to be sure it is turned off if you leave it connected or you may drain the battery. Short stops, such as fueling, I leave it attached to bike. If stopped for night I will disconnect it from the power.
If you leave the controller attached to the liner it hangs pretty low so it is necessary to put it n a pocket to keep it out of your way. It will fit in the liner pocket. Or you can put it in the jacket pocket.
I love this liner, it gets hot immediately, I wear a t-shirt, the liner and the jacket, ( I replaced the jacket liner with this heated liner) never set it higher than the lowest setting. It is warm, makes riding in winter a joy. Wear it on cold raining days as well to keep warm.
I rode with this set up in 20 degree weather for six hours and never turned it on. The liner is very warm on its own, but turn it on and be amazed.
David K:The jacket liner comes with a thigh mount or you can put it in your pocket. Will need an extension or two to get the controller to the fairing. Only comes with enough wire if the battery is under your seat. I ride a super sport bike. (Kawasaki ZX-10R). Make sure you have a big enough alternator. My bike was not. Had to turn off in city traffic l used the thigh mount. I think the jacket liner uses 72 watts. About 6 amps. Good luck.
Michael M:The controller has a limited length cord , i have mine clipped onto my tank bag right in front of me and it works out great, if you do not use a tank bag you cuold clip it to you jacket pocket, you want to be able to access it while riding, to be able to change the temp, for comfort level., putting it inside your pocket would restrict thatDec 1, 2014
Steve D:It comes with an elastic leg strap that attaches with Velcro. There is a place to clip in the controller. I place it on my left leg so I can adjust the controls while I ride. It's easy to use that way. You could also just put it in the jacket pocket.Nov 26, 2014
Earl H:Hi, the controller comes with a elastic strap that goes around your thigh to hook it on. I just hook it on my pocket. I would like to mount it somewhere convenient but have not figured that out yet.Nov 26, 2014
Bill H:I don't own a Harley so i couldn't answer that specific question. it comes with a cord quite long enough to hook it up to your battery. BUT i have a battery tender and if you order that plug in extension to the battery tendr outlet (it's only a few feet long) it works just fine... the jacket is great.. warms up way quick, way high. i've never needed to go one click from off. 40 degree weather is just fine (i don't like going much under that .. mostly because i don't like black ice cropping up).... make sure it fits snug.. that's when it works the best. i wear XL tall shirts and the X Large fits me well from the sleeves to the waste. with a t shirt, a shirt, the jacket then my motorcycle jacket i'm good to go.
Call them and describe what your outlet is.. that's what i did and the suggested the minimal cost battery tender interface.Dec 19, 2013
Joseph P:My Harley has a cigarette lighter plug on the left side of the bike. It also has a headphone & mike plug for communications. The only other connector is the flat connector you use to keep the battery charged that's on the right side of the bike below the seat.
The jacket came with a controller and a round DC connector that gets wired to the battery. No big deal to install it.
If you don't want to install the connector to the battery yourself, then you can order the adapter that plugs into the flat charging connector. It's on the right side of the bike and will power the jacket liner. It's not included with the jacket but you can get it when you order the liner.
William V:I too have the battery tender connection. So I purchased the short adapter that links that cord to the controller plug. It eliminated the need to strip down the bike and connect to the battery. That is not a difficult chore. But all four of the Harleys I've owned were already wired for the battery tender.Feb 6, 2014
Ned P:Yes. The heat controller is a direct connection to the battery. I "sacrificed" the male connector that connects to a pair of headed gloves through the jacket ( since I could not find a match to buy anywhere) and wired it to the direct connector to my battery tender. Now I just plug my battery tender into the jacket plug that sticks out from the gap between my saddle and tank. Works great. Just be mindful to get the polarity right....Apr 4, 2015
Thomas N:No, you can not plug into the battery tender pigtail. The wire gauge is not heavy enough. PLus you need a 10 to 15 amp fuse depending on what else will be hooked up with the line. I have Gerbing gloves and the Synergy 2.0 liner and ride in the 20's and am very comfortable. This really is an easy hook up direct to the battery. Just a red and black wire.Apr 5, 2015
EricV:Yes, the Synergy 2 jacket liner has cords at the sleeve ends, (inside small pockets w/zippers), that will plug into the First Gear gloves. The Synergy 2 controller has two lines, and two control knobs, one for the jacket liner,, (and optional pants), and the other for gloves. Only one power wire to the bike, but two power wires from the controller to the jacket liner. The First Gear, (made by Warm-n-Safe), heated gear is fully compatible with the plugs and power requirements of the Tourmaster Synergy 2.0 gear.
You don't need to attach the jacket liner to the Epic Jacket. I am not familiar with that jacket, but the common approach with jacket with removable liners is to remove the factory liner when using the heated jacket liner, using just the heated liner instead. Some jackets have compatible liner zippers that allow using the main zipper of the heated liner to zip in to the outer jacket's liner zipper.