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Firstgear's “no one left behind” policy ensures that riders of any model motorcycle can take advantage of the warming effects of heated apparel by choosing between either the 65- or 90-watt versions. Good for low-amperage bikes or passengers not requiring as much heat as the rider, the 65-watt units minimizes the draw on the bike's charging system.

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.

Make sure to check out our Firstgear Heated Gear Buyers Guide

Features:

  • Women's fit: Tapered to fit a woman's shape
  • Form fitted to be worn close to the body for optimal heat transfer
  • Flex panels and stretch action back allows non-binding freedom-of-movement
  • Liners built to be temperature neutral to allow wearing when active heating isn’t necessary
  • Integrated wiring connections for gloves and socks (sold separately)
  • Packs into its own zippered pouch
  • 65 Watt liner is black
  • 90 Watt liner can be grey or black
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Firstgear Women's Heated Jacket Liner 4.8 5 52 52
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
Very nice Jacket The jacket is nicer than I thought it would be. You could use this jacket for when you go on long rides and are going out for lunch or dinner. Make sure you don't get one that is to big as it works better if it's on the small side. January 19, 2015
the dual liner wiring is great because then you can get the glove liners and a dual controller and adjust either one as you need it overall great product and price - i bought the 90 watt jacket and glove liners with a dual controller and that's definitely the best way to go! Easy to hook up on my 2013 Heritage Softail Classic. I was a littele concerned about the draw on the charging system with the 90 watt liner, but it works out to only 7.5 amps (90 watts divided by 12 volts). i went to the dealer and looked up the spec's for my bike and the alternator puts out 40 amps and the battery is good for 365 cold cranking amps, so 7.5 is really no big deal at al. i'm glad that i bought the 90 watt liner. January 2, 2015
This is a great heated liner! My old heated vest wasn't keeping up once it got into the 30's, so I opted for this 90W liner. This liner is excellent! On my commute, about half on the interstate where wind chill kicks in, it keeps me toasty warm without turning it to full heat. Today it was 26F and cloudy and I only put the setting on about 3/4 - plenty warm. I'm riding a Super Tenere, so my arms and some of my chest feel the wind chill at speed. This liner allows me to ride in these low temps very comfortably. I wear a 42 jacket and have longer arms, so ordered the 42 Tall. Perfect fit! Even a little room to spare wearing just a long sleeve medium weight turtle neck. December 31, 2014
Great product. Received product few days before Christmas. First opportunity to wear was day after Christmas. Starting temperature was 28 degrees. Made for a warm and toasty ride. Should have purchased years ago. December 29, 2014
Warm when it is cold Fits snugly, works great. Takes,the chill off early mornings. December 29, 2014
great fit, quality materials. easy to use, size spot on, quality materials and workmanship, very warm in the right spots, easy to use. December 22, 2014
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Firstgear Women's Heated Jacket Liner
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RevZilla Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Timothy R: This heated liner is a perfect addition to a mesh jacket for those cold morning starts.

My wife gets cold easily. This last weekend she wore the heated liner under her mesh jacket and she was comfortable riding in 60 degree Fahrenheit morning weather. She doesn't always have the rheostat cranked but rides mostly around 50% of max.

Note: she hasn't had the opportunity to try it out under her winter gear due to the freakishly warm winter we are having in Las Vegas.
Feb 18, 2015
Robert H: I like First Gear stuff and have had good luck with them. Not as high quality as a Gerbings liner, but less money. Overall it keeps my girlfriend warm and she has no complaints - which is nice for me. I would repeat this purchase. Oct 24, 2014
Kevin w: if you have ever ridden in northern NY and VT during November or December you know why Aug 25, 2014
Laurie N: A friend of mine recommended this jacket liner so that I can extend my riding season on my new bike. I love Firstgear products so I'm sure I will be satisfied. Mar 7, 2014
A shopper asked: I am interested in the women's firstgear jacket liner but do not know all the parts that I need in order to properly install this item to my bike. My bike is the 2013 Honda NC700S (sport adventure)

I am looking to purchase the Women's Jacket Liner, Women's Glove Liners and I think the Heat Duel Remote so I can measure the heat output separately from the jacket liner and the glove liners.

Is there anything else that I need? And do you recommend this product? I hear that Gerbing is very good, but I find it pricey.

Thanks for your help.

Debbie
Sep 16, 2014
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Joseph W: You should be able to hook up to your bike's electrical system with the items that you mention. The one issue might be if you ride a BMW and want to be able to plug in to an existing BMW power socket in which case you will need that particular adapter. Otherwise it is just a matter of hooking up two leads to your battery. If you have other electronics operating on the bike (e.g., GPS, MP3), then it is a good idea to invest in a "power block" which hooks up to the battery and everything else hooks up to it through fused circuits. (If you use just the supplied battery lead hookup, there is still an in-line fuse).

I have worn a Gerbings jacket for years and purchased the Firstgear's Women's jacket for my wife. The quality is comparable -- both are first rate and make motorbiking considerably more enjoyable. The dual controller makes life a lot easier. With just an on/off switch you end up turning the jacket on until you overheat then off, then on when you start to feel a chill, over and over again.

I do not have experience with the remote controller, but it seems like a level up on the convenience scale. If you are "hard wired" you have to undo wiring to get off the bike, which is easy to forget, and then you stand the chance of dislocating the cable routing.

The Firstgear is nice because it is designed to fit the female form. You want the jacket to be in fairly close contact with your body, and a regular men's jacket would probably have some air pockets. Although it is an investment, the dividends are huge.

Good luck and ride on.
Sep 17, 2014
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Kevin w: both my wife and i use the first gear jacket liners and love them we two chose them over Gerbing due to price savings. Yes you will need a dual controller for jacket and gloves, recommend heated gloves over heated liners. We went with the Gerbing dual controller (came highly recommended) and it works great will also need the leather case for the controller so you can clip it to you jacket or chaps for easy temp adjustments access on the road. all the hook up wiring will come with the controller. wires directly to the battery with a pig tail connector that you controller will plug into, it all works together flawlessly. its like being wrapped up in an electric blanket, very comfortable at even the coldest temps we ride here in the Adirondack mountains well into the winter months until the salt build up on the roads makes us stop. Sep 16, 2014
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William V: My wife has used this for the past two winters. She loves it, and she is, by nature, affected by the cold. She now thinks nothing of rides into the 30 degree range.

Yep, dual controller too. But, instead of liners, she has heated gloves. I can't comment on the liners since we don't have them.

And we used a shortcut to connect to the bike. We have a pigtail on our bike for a battery tender. There is a connector available that allows us to use that rather than add the (provided) battery attachment.
Sep 16, 2014
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Michelle S: I love my heated liner, gloves and control unit I also hVe the pants and socks too you will only need the cable for connection to your battery to hard wire these I'm not sure where you get them as my husband gets those for our bikes but I'm sure re sills would have them I first had a heated vest but this liner is so much better as it's a lot slimmer and warmer as my arms are beatted also

Good luck

Michelle
Sep 16, 2014
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Gene F: You'll need some sort of connection to power the gear. It will run from the battery to the jacket. My wife loves hers. ..particularly the gloves. As to quality. .I work in a motorcycle shop that carries lots of accessories and ordered these from revzilla. Cheers Sep 17, 2014
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A shopper asked: does the jacket liner include the controller or do I need to purchase separately? Jan 21, 2014
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William V: Yes we bought the controller separately. That may sound like a problem, but it makes sense to do so. We knew we would be adding more heated gear in the future so we purchased a dual controller. My wife has since added electric gloves as have I. The dual controller we originally purchased allows us to have a control knob for her jacket and gloves and a separate one for my gloves all in one unit. If single controllers came bundled with each piece of heated gear we would now have 3 single controllers for 3 pieces of gear. What a mess. Feb 6, 2014
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Charles T: You need to purchase the controller separately. I went with the wireless single controller since the jacket liner was all that would be used. Easy to hook up and works great. Jan 24, 2014
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Jeanette R: It is a bummer, but, yes had to purchase separately. it is a real must though. Jan 22, 2014
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Patricia R: You will need to purchase the controller separately, it does not come with it. Jan 22, 2014
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A shopper asked: Length of the womens medium vs womens large heated liner? Im 5'10" and want to be sure my belly would be covered. My sizing fits the small waist, but large chest. I was going to go with the medium if the length is long enough. Feb 22, 2015
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Miguel P: I would say: Go for the Medium. My wife is about your height. Her chest size is 36D and she has a narrow waist. The liner measures 19" from the collarbone to the bottom, in the back 23" from the nape of the neck to the tail. The design is very smart as the side stretch panels adjust to your silhouette and the slightly higher sides but lower front and back around the bottom keep you covered.

She loves it!

Hope it helps,

Miguel
Feb 22, 2015
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Kaitlyn J: The length is super short. I got a small because I'm 5'3, small bust, normal proportions, and it fits in the arms, but it comes up short on my torso. I would recommend getting the larger size if it fits you and u don't want your waist showing. Feb 22, 2015
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