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Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner
From the company that started the heated gear revolution, the Gerbing 12V Heated Jacket Liner is powered by the legendary Gerbing Microwire Technology that allows riders to enjoy their two wheeled machines all year long. The mini ripstop shell encapsulates 7 heating zones and slips seamlessly under almost any riding jacket.
Gerbing 12 volt is the global leader in powersport wearable technology. Using an advanced interconnect system, Gerbing garments plug right into your electrical system on your motorcycle, snowmobile, ATV, boat or even airplane for an unlimited source of power and keeps you warm at any temperature, any speed. A combination of Microwire heating technologies in conjunction with your electrical system enable Gerbing to put heat where others can’t and makes for the world’s warmest and longest lasting 12 volt platform, specifically designed for the temperature of speed.
- Seven Microwire heating zones: collar, chest (2), sleeves (2) and back (2)
- Pre-wired glove connections at end of sleeves
- Low profile elastic cuff for improved fit under jacket
- Mini Ripstop nylon shell
- Drop tail back for improved coverage while riding
- YKK zippers
- Max Heat: 135°F @ 77W
- Power: 12V DC 6.4 Amp
Note: Heat controller and battery harness sold separately.
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Reviews & Questions
Conditions tonight were perfect for a test run, elevation 1k feet and above, ambient temps of 44 degrees with high humidity. Traveling along treacherous mountain roads at (50-70mph) night was perhaps not the best idea but I was determined to make it as difficult as possible to keep me warm. I wore a vented leather jacket and for safety reasons I wore an all cotton thick flannel layer beneath the Gerbing liner.
I put the dial at 50 percent and took off on a 1 hour ride.
Having a warm back is a really nice feeling, the back is an area that is stressed a lot during tough rides. It kept my chest and back very warm, it did not do as good a job of distributing heat around the arms. The under arm area of the forearms were exposed as much as the tops of the fore arms were but didn't receive much love from the heated jacket. Despite the perceived issue with the heating in the arms they were kept reasonably warm most of the time.
It does heat the neck too, and while that can be really nice, I noticed the neck gets pretty hot and that was one of the reasons I wore a layer underneath the jacket liner to prevent discomfort or any theoretical situations that may result in burns.
Layering is always smart to do anyways.
I ordered an XL, arms were correct length but neck area was a little too large, was baggy enough overall to allow layers underneath the liner.
As far as heat goes this jacket takes no prisoners!
Hot spot around the collar, arms needed a bit more even heating, durability of the jacket liner is questionable, the jacket fits loose around the neck and could use a gusset for cinching it tighter, price is pretty high for the quality of the jacket material.
over 2 years ago
As for this liner, it heats up very nicely and evenly.
My only real issues with it are that it would have been nice if they had wrapped the heated sections in the arms all the way around. Instead it only heats the outside of your arm in the riding position, leaving the underside of your arm completely cold. Same with the chest/back sections, chest and back heat up nice, but there is no heat down the side of your ribs.
This is not a malfunction in my jacket either. There simply are not any heating elements in those areas. Would be a much nicer jacket for what you are paying if it actually heated all the way around.
1 year ago
Fits under my other layers without being bulky.
Its relatively spendy, but feels like it will last a long time.
Medium regular is at least a 35 sleeve, the long is closer to 37, but I am keeping it as the extra length is just nylon at the cuff. With layers underneath, the jacket pulling the sleeves up a little, and the stretch to the bars, the sleeves are still long but work. Though, if I had ordered the Medium with regular sleeves, I probably would have not exchanged.
Bottom line is you can safely go down a size on the sleeve length as well as the overall size.
1 year ago
over 2 years ago
1 year ago
I've examined the 'old' Gerbing controllers versus the new Gyde and with the exception of the blue tooth controller, as closely as i can without detailed documents, they are indistinguishable.
Gyde/Gerbing won't answer my questions that I emailed them over a month ago..
I would think it's equilivant to a women's large
Also as this is made to be used with a portable battery or plugged to the bike, I suspect that the new Gyde by Gerbing heated apparel are putting less heat (using less amps) than before to alst longer on portable battery. i.e. it seems the company makes their stuff more for outdoor activities with portable batteries than motorsports. So if anyone knows at least what fuse they recommend to use for the jacket liner only, that will give an idea.