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Firstgear 90W Heated Jacket Liner

Firstgear's “no one left behind” policy ensures that riders of any model motorcycle can take advantage of the warming effects of heated apparel.

Efficient warming is dependent upon close proximity to the body. Firstgear reduced the amount of sizes while ensuring a good fit by incorporating stretch panels into the liner's design. The long-sleeve liner cocoons its wearer in warmth by incorporating heating elements across the upper and lower back, down the sleeves, around the neck and, to combat the effects of windchill, the liner concentrates heat in the front of the jacket.

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Firstgear Heated Jacket Liner 4.8 5 58 58
Warm & Toasty! Jacket liner is great for those cold days when you still got the itch to get out and ride. November 10, 2015
Glad to have the heated jacket liner Fit well all over I just would have liked the torso to have been a little longer July 27, 2015
First heated jacket Best thing I bought for my bike hands down. I'm not leaving home without it! April 11, 2015
Its HOT! Been riding in temps as low as 20 degrees and as fast as 70 MPH. This jacket kept me warm. I almost turned it up all the way because of the temps. But, when coming to a stop light, I felt like a piece of toast! That's good. I have had no problems with the jacket what so ever. I guess at highway speeds for a long period of time YOU WILL GET chilly no mater what you ware. April 6, 2015
Warm I think this is an older generation. Wires are bulky and noticeable. The price was right though and the liner does provide a decent level of heat. Have ridden in 25 degree temps with a Darien jacket, a light jacket over the liner and a base layer and stayed comfortably warm. Of course that is also behind a full fairing. March 30, 2015
Life saving! We now carry half as much gear. The wife gets cold easily but here in Las Vegas we are usually too hot. On President's Day we rode down to Lake Havasu City, AZ. Temps we in the 80s so we wore our mesh gear. Well, lunch took forever and by the time we were on our way home the sun had set and it got COLD! The wife threw on her electric liner under the mesh coat, plugged in, and was toasty warm all the way home. She didn't complain once and that is all that really matters, right? March 24, 2015
Works well! As with the glove liners, the jacket liner kept me very comfortable while riding at night in 37-40 degree temperatures. The controller was set at about 1/4. February 2, 2015
Does what you expect it to I ride down to around 20F before it starts snowing like crazy, and the liner works as well as I could ask it to. I used to own a tourmaster synergy (1.0) before I switched to the Firstgear to be able to split up the glove/body controler. The sizing is about a half size too large for what you would want for heated liner (ie close fitting over a thin shirt) The liner has no insulation to speak of compared to my Synergy, which makes it easier to wear in warmer weathers, but a little worrying in some of the colder stuff as I start to notice hot spots on the higher settings. January 26, 2015
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Michael W: Firstgear was consistently reviewed better than the other brands Nov 27, 2015
Anthony C: Extend the riding season. Nov 27, 2015
Jonathan R: Price and ability to directly add gloves I already have. Have vest but want more coverage and warmth. Nov 27, 2015
Jorge M: I have a the glove liners and like them alot so I decided to give the liner a shot. Nov 24, 2015
Edina G: Fit Perfectly Jul 14, 2015
Thomas B: great reviews Mar 5, 2015
Greg L: Mainly buying for use on a rented BMW G650GS in Iceland . Seem like a best-buy choice based on reviews. Mar 5, 2015
William L B: I have a friend that has this and loves it. Keeps him warm under his leather jacket down in to the 40s in CT. We'll see how this works for me! Feb 19, 2015
T C: Good reviews, great price from Revzilla and fast shipping. Feb 3, 2015
Stephen S: Firstgear makes great products, and I was cold on my last ride. Jan 1, 2015
Robert W: I am a cold weather rider that thinks nothing about below freezing weather. I have this jacket and have not had to run the heat troller over half throttle in below freezing conditions with a good jacket over the top. Buying this one for my brother. Dec 25, 2014
BRAD P: The price was right, and to keep warm Dec 20, 2014
John R: Good reviews. Glove connection. Dec 6, 2014
Linda A: Husband wanted heated jacket so he could ride motorcycle in cold weather Dec 4, 2014
Ryan T: I had the heated gloves and was tired of stringing the wires through my jacket and getting caught, so I splurged and bought myself a christmas present.. Nov 29, 2014
Atsumu M: price, perfomance & rating of reviews Oct 27, 2014
ANDREW H: I purchased this as a backup for my Alaska trip Oct 23, 2014
S P: Kept me very temperature neutral even down to 20 degrees F Oct 22, 2014
Alexander H: Price, Feature, Benefits Oct 22, 2014
Randy R: Good reviews from others who have purchased this jacket. Oct 16, 2014
Edwin S: I have looked into buying heated gear many times and never purchased. I recently changed jobs and have a commute now. After researching First Gear rates really well and that was the brand I wanted.
Got to keep the core warm.
Oct 4, 2014
Eddy A: Wattage low enough to use on CBR250r Sep 10, 2014
LESLIE O: Read the reviews and made a choice Sep 9, 2014
Douglas C: First time buy will let you know after winter ride thanks Sep 5, 2014
Kevin w: "if you have ever ridden in northern NY and VT during November or December you know why" Aug 25, 2014
Wilson I: I want to stay warm in new Zealand this winter ,and I have read test reports on firstgear Jun 5, 2014
Michael T: Toasty Wife, makes good bed fellow after the long ride. Its Obvious... Apr 12, 2014
Richard A: I have the FirstGear glove liners and dual remote heat controller and felt it would be best to get the liner that included the appropriate connectors to tie it all together. All the reviews were very positive and I feel using this liner in place of the included liner with my Tourmaster Transition 3 jacket will give me the warmth without the bulk. Mar 7, 2014
Bernie J: Good price great service. Jan 22, 2014
Paul M: Friend recommended Jan 10, 2014
Alfred P: After it has gotten down to single digits in Dec., I needed something to stay warm riding to work. So after much research the Firstgear heated jacket is going to fit the bill. Dec 25, 2013
brad h: good price. Nov 18, 2013
Neil T: It gets cold in the mid Atlantic and after struggling to find a good way to deal with it I decided to get some real heated gear. I've only tested this out (with some heated gloves as well) and it gets good and hot and has a good solid connection to the battery. I'm looking forward to finding out how comfortable this will keep me this winter. Oct 15, 2013
Mark G: Fall trip at elevation in Colorado. easy decision. Oct 2, 2013
A shopper asked: is the controller included with the liner? Jan 21, 2014
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James C: No, the controller is not included. I have the 90 watt jacket with the gloves, and use it all the time during the winter months. Just make sure your alternator has enough output or you may need the 65 watt version jacket. My BMW f650gs could not handle the load, and the lights would dim after about 10 minutes of use. My Suzuki GSX1250FA with the same 400 watt alternator output has no problem running the jacket and gloves at full heat. You are going to wonder how you got along without this item! Jan 22, 2014
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Richard A: Preston you may have ordered a kit in addition because the jacket alone does not come with a controller. The intent is that you must choose a wired connector kit that will go on your motorcycle and then it will have either a wired or wireless single or dual controller depending on what you choose. The wireless dual is more expensive but gives great options. Bottom line, if you buy this jacket, you will need a connection kit to actually use it Mar 21, 2014
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Preston J: Yes the wireless controller comes with the jacket, but you will need to buy the appropriate power outlet plug to connect to the lead coming out of the jacket (BMW, cigarette, or other). Jan 22, 2014
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Steve M: No, the controller is not included with the liner, neither is the wiring harness. You must purchase a controller. The controller includes a wiring harness. Jan 22, 2014
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James G: No. The controller is not included with the liner. Get the dual controller . That way, when you get electric gloves, you'll be set. Jan 21, 2014
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Chris P: No, you need to buy one separately, I got the dual controller and velcro it to the back of my tank. Jan 22, 2014
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Chetan T: No. Those are separate and you have multiple options. Jan 22, 2014
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Andrea L: No, you need to purchase it seperately. Jan 22, 2014
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Joseph R: No the controller is not included. Jan 21, 2014
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Kaden G asked: How fast does this liner heat up? Feb 6, 2014
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Deniss S: You can feel the wires inside the liner get hot instantly. How long it takes to warm your body depends on outside temperatures and how well your jacket blocks the wind. Also, if your body is acclimated to an inside temperature and then you go out in the cold, this will keep you warm the whole time. If you're outside for a while prior to riding it'll take some time to feel warm again. Feb 6, 2014
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John T: This liner is the old school heated wire type that works well once it gets going, but it does take probably about 5 minutes or so before the heat is felt. I've got some of the new microwire gloves from Gerbing that are the new school type, and those heat up faster for sure. Probably feel heat from them in a minute or less. Feb 6, 2014
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Trevor A: It takes 30 seconds or so. The liner is quite effective. I rode in 16 degree temps the other day and was surprisingly comfortable (with the heated jacket liner, glove liners, pants and socks). Feb 6, 2014
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Richard W: Very quickly, it initially warms within about 30 seconds, you will feel changes in the temperature almost immediately after turning the dial on the controller. Feb 6, 2014
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Ken C: The liner starts getting warm in a minute or so, but it takes longer to feel the heat depending on what you are wearing under it. Feb 6, 2014
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A s: Takes about 3 min to get toasty warm. Very impressed with how warm the arms get as that is where most of the wind is. Feb 6, 2014
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Michael R. D: It takes just a minute or so. Lots of variables though. How cold? How many layers beneath liner? etc. Feb 6, 2014
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Thomas R: The jacket heats up quickly but it doesn't heat evenly throughout. Feb 7, 2014
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A shopper asked: Do I have to buy the jacket liner for the gloves to plug into, or will the gloves plug directly into the heat troller? Also, how would functionality work with that option? Dec 17, 2014
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Michael P: No, you don't need the jacket liner, but you would need to get a y-split extension cable to connect the heat troller to the gloves. I used it like that for about two months before getting the jacket. Dealing with the y-split extension cable was kind of a pain. Dec 18, 2014
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Donald H: I have both the liner and gloves. My first purchase was just the gloves. They worked fine alone once you run the wires down your sleeves or let them "flop" around in front of you. It sure is a WHOLE LOT better just plugging the gloves into the jacket and you can control the heat to the gloves independently of the jacket. I would never use the gloves without the jacket now. Hope this helps Dec 17, 2014
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JIMMY R: No you can use gloves without jacket. You do still need a Y line to run into the controller. The controller only has a limited length single line plug in so that is the reason for the Y. Revzilla sells the Y too. Dec 17, 2014
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A s: Gloves will plug directly into heat troller or through jacket. I have the jacket and gloves with a dual heat troller so I can control the temperature separately between the jacket & gloves. Works great! Dec 18, 2014
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Alfonso T: I suppose you could but it would be kinda awkward. You'd have to run 2 trollers and extensions then connect them to the gloves. Too many dangling cables if you ask me. It's simpler to just get the liner. Dec 17, 2014
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ROBERT K: I also have have the gloves, and they came with a y-cable so you can plug it right into a heat troller. I would get the gerbings gloves though, they are pretty amazing. Dec 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: Does this liner have a dual wiring circuit so that the gloves can be controlled on a different heat setting than the liner? Or will it require added wiring to operate gloves on a different heat setting from the liner? Dec 4, 2013
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Randy S: The gloves can be plugged into a separate controller. You will need the dual heat controller for this. I got the dual controller for this reason, but I have never needed to separate the gloves from the jacket circuit. I can ride for one hour at freezing temperatures and my feet are the only thing that make want to go home. Heated socks would be the better choice for the second plug. Dec 5, 2013
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Madhu A: Hi, if you have the Dual Remote Heat-Troller you can control both Gloves and the jacket liner separately. I've had this for over a year and the heating is amazing, I bought the 90Watt liner and even though i've never had to crank it up high knowing the additional heat is available when necessary is awesome. Good luck, i would definitely recommend this product. Dec 4, 2013
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Ken C: There is only one power cord to the liner, so the gloves cannot be regulated by themselves. Sorry. I do believe the gloves are wired independently from the main cord however. So you could add a second power cord for them. All the connections in the liner are easily accessibile. Dec 5, 2013
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Trevor A: There are 2 circuits built into the liner. You can easily tie the gloves into the liner or keep them on separate circuits (assuming you have a dual controller) with no additional wiring needed. There are connectors in an inside pocket that allows this change. Dec 4, 2013
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Aaron L: The jacket has two separate circuits: one for the gloves and the other for the jacket. Dec 4, 2013
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jason s: I think you just need the dual heat troller. Dec 4, 2013
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A shopper asked: I have a BMW (Gerbing style connectors) will this work with the connections? Dec 18, 2013
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Andrea L: I believe the Gerbing Coax connectors are compatible with the Firstgear heated products.

I found this on Webbikeworld
"I've been using the Tourmaster harness I installed on the Multistrada and since the connectors are standard, it works for the Gerbing gloves, the Firstgear Carbon gloves and the Tourmaster Synergy heated vest (and Tourmaster heated gloves)."

It sounds as though they are all interchangable. With Revzilla's awesome return policy, give it a shot, if it doesn't work, return it.
Dec 18, 2013
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Benjamin D: This jacket has the universal SAE connector type (search should give you a picture).

If you have a BMW Powerlet connector, you will need an adaptor.

Regardless, the FirstGear jacket comes with a 16" SAE connector that you can attach directly to your battery so you should be fine either way.

Great product at a great price.
Dec 18, 2013
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ANDREW H: I have both a Gerbings and a Firstgear liner and have no trouble hooking either one up to the connector on my ST1100 Dec 18, 2013
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James G: Firstgear heaated gear are made by Warm and Safe. The coax plugs are all interchangeable so you're good to go. Dec 18, 2013
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Preston J: Yes. They make a plug connector that fits BMW style power outlets. I use mine on a 2013 GS Adventure. Dec 18, 2013
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Matthew H asked: I am about to purchase this jacket liner. The Firstgear sizing chart says that a medium fits 38-40 chest. I am a 40-42 chest depending on manufacturer but normally a 40. I want this to fit snug but allow room to move. Suggestions on size? Nov 1, 2014
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Don M: There's no reason that a 40 should not be snug enough for you after all you will not be connected to it when you get off the bike so you will still or should be dressed in layers. As long as you are riding its great I hope this helps you with your decision to investment of First Gear. Nov 2, 2014
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James C: I bought the XL liner and it fits nicely. I am 5'11" and weigh 178 with a 41 inch chest size, if that helps guide you. I think these liners run very smallish overall, and I cannot imagine my wearing a smaller size - esp. a medium, and having any room to move comfortably. Nov 2, 2014
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michael v: I have a 42 chest and really long arms, so I have an XL for the longer sleeves. It is very roomy, but not really too much. I'm guessing that a large should fit you without restricting your movement. Nov 1, 2014
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Andrew S: I'd suggest large. I'm right at 40" and the medium is maxed out. Nov 1, 2014
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A shopper asked: I have a 2010 Road Glide. Just wondering if I get the full set up (Jacket, gloves liner, pants, socks) can I go with the full 90 watt Jacket?
They only other accessories I use are my built in stereo system and LED's which are only occasionally on.

Thank you
Jan 7, 2014
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Kevin w: the short answer is yes, with a dual controller the jacket will be on one thermostat while the rest of the items will be on the other and will operate at two different temp settings and as such two different loads,at two different times. I ride with the 90 watt jacket liner and gloves and have never had a problem, others in my group ride with the full boat your are looking to use also without issue. I do however leave the controller in the off mode until after the bike is up and running and do not have a whole lot of other electrical accessory loads on the bike. Jan 7, 2014
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James C: I have the 90 watt jacket and heated gloves. My BMW f650gs will not even run the jacket without the lights going dim after about 10 minutes - 400 watt alternator. My Suzuki GSX1250FA, with a 400 watt alternator, handles the jacket and gloves on 100% without issue. I think you will need at least a 625 watt alternator if you want to run pants and socks. BTW, I have been wondering how I got along without this product - I love it! Jan 22, 2014
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Kevin w: both myself and passenger use 90 watt jacket liners and gloves without issue you should be fine Jan 7, 2014
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Kenneth D: I ride a BMW 1150 RT with a charging max of 700 watts, looks like your bike has a charging max of 650 watts. Should be plenty of power for all you have if your riding solo. Need to do a quick accounting if need for two heated suits. I got the 65 watt liner because I tend to be hot and my bike has very good wind protection. I have heated grips so no need for glove liners but the jury is out on pant liners? With a warm jacket I don't think you will be turning the 90 watt all the way up. May ride to Daytona bike week from Virginia so could be a good test, I wear riding bibs and long underwear on my legs so we will see. This past summer I rode 7500 miles to west coast and BC. Very hard to pack riding clothes when your in Kansas with 100 degree heat and then in Utah in 40 degree temps. Also if it rains and its 60 degrees your going to enjoy the heat from your linner. Good luck Jan 8, 2014
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Benjamin H asked: Is there an optional battery pack you can purchase to use with the jacket liner? Jan 3, 2014
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Ken C: No, I believe not. You might want to check further with Warm N Safe. They make the Firstgear liner. Jan 3, 2014
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Rich M: no the jacket is made to operate on a 12 volt system Jan 3, 2014
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Randy S: I am not aware of any. Jan 3, 2014
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Madhu A: I have a normal battery in my motorcylce (I believe 12V) and it works fine with the liner and gloves. Jan 3, 2014
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A shopper asked: Is this the Warm N Safe Gen-3 heated liner? Sep 5, 2013
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Thomas R: I believe it is. I have a 100w version that I purchased directly from w&s and it appears to be identical, except for the wattage of course. It is plenty warm and have never had to turn it all the way up. Sep 25, 2013
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Robert T M: Suggest you go to their website to make that determination. It sure looks like it, but without a much, much more detailed picture, it's impossible to tell. Sep 25, 2013
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Ken C: Yes it is. This is a great liner for many reasons, but if you are after the least bulk possible buy the gen-4 or the water proof version. Sep 26, 2013
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Joseph A: This liner is awesome with it I have been warm and toasty at temps down to 20 degrees Sep 25, 2013
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A shopper asked: Buying this as a gift for xmas and not sure whether should get the 90watt or 65watt jacket liner. my boyfriend has a 2013 ducati monster bike?He has a dual heat controller for the gloves already. thanks! Dec 17, 2014
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ANDREW H: I use the 90 watt and ride an ST-1100 and a Suzuki 650 Vstrom, and have no problems with my electric system handling it and the gloves. I don't know what the alternator output of the Ducati is, so I can't really give you a good answer.
If the bike's electric system will handle the load, then the 90 watt is the better choice. I did a little research, and found that the 2013 models should have enough capacity to handle the load, but I would double check with a local Ducati dealer just to be sure.
Dec 19, 2014
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Michael R. D: If you already have the gloves, then it needs to match. Do you know if the gloves are 90w or 65w? Whatever the gloves are, get the same for the vest.

If the gloves are not heated, but just ordinary winter gloves, then my suggestion would be the 90w vest. That is what I have. And even here in moderate California, I turn it up pretty high at times.
Dec 17, 2014
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Marc B: I would check the alternator output of the Ducati, but suspect the 90W would be a better choice since his Ducati does not have a fairing and he'll get a lot of wind chill affect. Jan 4, 2015
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A shopper asked: Is the jacket liner water proof? What will happen when it get's wet? Dec 19, 2012
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Onokiyo: Very simple, if manufacturer did not mention it, it doesn't have that feature. You don't have rain suit, yet? Jan 14, 2013
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RevZilla: 1.) No

2.) Bad things

But really, we don't know - what happens in the movies when you throw a toaster in a bathtub? Though the silver screen does not accurately represent reality, we would not recommend getting your heated liner wet. We don't think it would explode, but electricity in general does not play well with water.

In all seriousness, check out the Firstgear Heated WP-Breathable Jacket. Riding a bike is dangerous enough. There's no need to add electric shock to the list of things that could go wrong.
Dec 20, 2012
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Ken65: No the liner is not water proof. However if the liner is in good condtion and all the insulation on the wires is healthy, nothing. It would take a complete soaking to cause a problem at any rate and that would just be a blown fuse if the liner is properly connected to the bike. Mar 26, 2013
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A shopper asked: The Kilimanjaro already features a zip-in fleece liner. Can this heated liner zip in instead of the fleece? Jan 7, 2012
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K12RSGuy: No it will not. But why would you? Use it with or without the jacket's liner. When really cold, I use them both. Jan 10, 2012
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Tango: You can replace the Kili liner with the Gerbings liner. But, it won't zipper to the outer jacket. Jan 9, 2012
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Troy11: The heated liner does not have any attachment points to zip into an outer shell. Warm and Safe recommends you use it under your existing liner because the heated liner is not wind proof. Feb 6, 2012
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