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Firstgear 90W Heated Jacket Liner

The Firstgear Heated Jacket Liner ensures a good fit by integrating stretch panels into the liner's design. The long-sleeve liner envelops its wearer in warmth by organizing heating elements across the upper and lower back, down the sleeves and around the neck Battling the effects of windchill, the liner concentrates heat in the front of the jacket.

Features:

  • Form-fitted to be worn close to the body for optimal heat transfer
  • Liners built to be temperature neutral to allow wearing when active heating isn't necessary
  • Integrated wiring connections for gloves
  • Packs into its own zippered pouch
  • Draws approx. 7 amps

Note: Heat controller sold separately.

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Wear close to skin.
I'm 5.10, 165lbs, wear 32x32 jeans and 41" chest. I bought the jacket, pants, gloves and socks with a duel semi mount heat troller. Jacket is a size Med and I wear it over a tea shirt and under my riding jacket. Fits perfect and is light weight. Not bulky at all as the picture suggests. Pants are a size Med/Lrg. I wear them under my jeans and riding pants. The pants are not bulky either. The socks are a size Lrg. I'm a size 10 boot, and I wear them over regular cotton socks. For the best performance, you want to keep the jacket and pants close to your skin. I have tried wearing the pants over the jeans, but under my riding pants with decreased heat performance. The gloves are a size large and fit well. They seem to be water proof thus far. The jacket, pants and socks heat very well at temps down to 15deg when worn under normal riding gear. The gloves are good down to about 25deg, then fingers start to get numb. The gloves don't seem to be as good at heating as the rest of the gear, but they are quality made. I have tried every hookup combination. But hooking the jacket, pants and socks on one side of the troller, and then hooking the gloves to the other side works the best in my opinion. You can turn the gloves all the way up, and the other components heat so similar that they work well together on about a med, to med high setting. The heat troller is quality and well maid. It has flashing LEDs that are red and yellow, and flash at different rates depending on the setting. Slow flash/low, fast flash/high. All and all I am very satisfied. Quality gear and great service.
March 16, 2013
Ride:
2012 Kawasaki KLR650
What was I waiting for...?
I started out looking for heated gloves, but the Tourmasters offered at my local dealer were so tight and stiff that it set me off on a quest to learn more about available heated gear. Although the First Gear setup was a lot more than I had originally set out to spend, I was reminded of the old adage "the product remains long after the price is forgotten".
The Gloves are quite flexible and much more comfortable than the Tourmasters, although, like the TMs, they run a full size smaller than normal. If you normally wear a large in a winter glove, you will probably find that the XL is more likely to fit in the First Gear glove. FG make a big deal about being sewn "pre-curved" - but there is very little curve in the gloves, and you still need to exert significant pressure (although not as much as the TMs) to hold a grip. Why can't these manufacturers figure out how to sew a 90 degree curve into the gloves so they fit naturally when we're holding a grip? Although the FGs are more comfortable and easier to wear, remember that the TMs include knuckle padding, reflective material and a built in controller, so you must decide what's important to you.
The First Gear jacket liner is a piece of art work. It feels like a heavy nylon jacket, but unlike a summer jacket, it is stitched to fit close. My first reaction when I put it on was "uh oh..." but then the design genius came through - as close as it fit, there was absolutely no pulling or bunching when I reached for the handlebars. This liner is built to fit correctly when you reach forward - the sleeves are long (but not too long), there's no pulling across the back, and no bagging in the front. Both sleeves and body area have elastic panels that don't seem to stretch a lot when you pull them between your fingers, but work beautifully when the liner is on. The Large size fit my 40 inch chest perfectly with a tshirt and thermal top under it. The zip up fleece collar is a little snug on my neck (16 1/2), and I think would be downright choking if I had a turtleneck on (which I would like to do) - FG needs to add about half an inch to this dimension.
The controller wiring is genius. Yes, it's more expensive to use an isolated controller, but the flexibility in being able to connect any combination of gloves/pants/jacket liner are really valuable. single control, dual control, pocket mount, bike mount... it's all available. The controller feels solid, is waterproof, and the knob is well damped for a nice "feel". there is a solid click which you can feel through the gloves when you shut completely off.
I tried to economize by ordering the gloves, single controller, and a 65 watt liner, knowing that my hands always get a whole lot colder than my body. So far, so good - I can wear a thermal top/FG liner/hooded cotton sweatshirt/leather jacket and keep my hands warm without overheating my body. I don't ride below freezing, so for those 12-month riders out there, you may want to consider the 90 watt with a dual controller.
Overall, great product. I spent a lot more than the original $140 I set aside for a pair of gloves, but knowing what I know now, I'd do it all over again.
February 18, 2009
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
2 / 5
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Works
I have used both FirstGear and Gerbing heated gear extensively. I ride year round and must use heated gear daily from late fall to early spring. FirstGear takes pride in making their jacket liner light. They say that if the weather warms up, you won’t have to take off the jacket liner, just turn it off. The Gerbing is heavier and provides warmth even when turned off. The FirstGear liner is a little too light for me and the heating is not as good as the Gerbing. It just doesn’t warm up as much as the Gerbing.
Both the Gerbing and FirstGear have failed on me, so I keep the FirstGear as a backup for the Gerbing.
The biggest annoyance of the FirstGear is getting a hold of their service. If you are lucky enough to actually get someone you will find that they are far more knowledgeable than the Gerbing Tech’s.
July 28, 2014
Ride:
2011 Harley Davidson Road King FLHR/I
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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Comfort
4 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Good bang for the buck
Purchased 65 watt to use with the CBR250. No strain on charging system at all. Utilizing Sedici HotWire gloves with the liner and keeps me warm. 43 Degrees so far on my 1 hour morning commute and kept me toasty with just a polo underneath, Should be good well down into the 30's. Feel the warmth on back, chest, arms and neck. I have 42" chest and the medium fits snug.
September 30, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
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Made all the difference
I ride long distance all winter and need heated gear. Never having used it before, I was surprised at how big the wires are. Once on, very comfortable and the liner heats quickly and coverage is very good except right under the arms and down. In order to get the gloves warm enough, the jacket needs to be cranked up a little higher than may be needed, so rather than the t-shirt I started with, I put on a light thermal long sleeve shirt then the liner, kept it just a little further from my skin and worked very well. Elastic around the waist would be nice but overall a very good product.
November 11, 2014
Ride:
2006 Harley Davidson Sportster Low/SuperLow XL883L
Bang For The Buck
3 / 5
Protection & Durability
2 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
3 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Does the trick.
I recently bought this liner as a mid-layer for my Firstgear Kathmandu jacket. I'll be touring Ontario, Quebec and Nova Scotia later this summer. Also, I live in Western/Northern Michigan year round. There have been plenty of cold, damp mornings that I've rode through wishing for a little warmer gear. This morning was one such morning and so it was the perfect morning to try the new liner out- 40ºF with a driving rain. I rode at highway speeds for about an hour and a half. Here's what I learned.

This liner did a great job of keeping me warm. I paired it with the duel remote troller which was an absolute breeze to install. With one twist of a dial my ride went from, why do I do this to myself, to, hey, I can ride for two more months out of every year.

I'm 5'11" and 190 lbs.- 42" chest, 34 waist. I went with a medium and it fits me snug but not uncomfortably. If you are any bigger/taller than me, size up to large. This liner is a touch short, coming just barely to my belt-line in the front but lengthening about two additional inches in the back. I guess it fits like a liner as opposed to a jacket.

The only complaint I have about this liner was the time it took to fish all the wires through the left pocket into the inside pouch. Getting the receiver housed in the jacket and the wires in place wasn't hard, but it wasn't intuitive either. It took longer than it should have and caused a little frustration as I searched around for the button holes.

In summery, its a good product that does what it says its going to do. I feel like the price is a little steep but if you asked me at the end of a 400 mile rainy day I might tell you that its worth every penny. I'm going to purchase the pants and socks to go with it. I'd recommend this product.
April 29, 2016
Ride:
2004 Moto Guzzi Breva 750
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
5 / 5
Comfort
5 / 5
Style
5 / 5
Air Flow
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Great Product
I'm a long time rider, but this is my first heated garment. Absolutely love it. fits snug so it puts the heat right on to you, and man can it crank the heat. I use the remote dual controller with it and at 75% this thing is theraputic. Feels like a heating blanket on your back - lower back and across your kidneys. On long days in the saddle it is fantastic. No more achey back pain from 12 hours in the saddle! Heats your chest arms and back. Cord lengths are just right - just enough slack on the glove cords to be able to plug in on the go. Really like this unit. Why did I wait so long? Currently using it on a 2013 Harley Road King CVO. Look out winter, here I come.
October 7, 2014
Ride:
2008 Honda VTX1800C
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
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4 / 5
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5 / 5
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Winter riding season opener!
Jacket is very, very comfortable. I'm 5'7"; 178 lb , athletic fit, wearing a Medium size.
Liner gets war immediately and it feels like wearing nothing.
June 7, 2016
Purchased
1 year ago
Ride:
2013 Kawasaki Versys 650
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
Style
4 / 5
Air Flow
4 / 5
Warm when it is cold
Fits snugly, works great. Takes,the chill off early mornings.
December 29, 2014
Bang For The Buck
5 / 5
Protection & Durability
5 / 5
Features
4 / 5
Comfort
4 / 5
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4 / 5
Air Flow
3 / 5
Should have bought this long before winter started
I was freezing my derriere on a motorcycle all winter. I thought that heated gear was for wusses. Until I kept freezing so bad that I did not want to look at my bike anymore. Then I bought this jacket and kicked myself that I haven't done this sooner.

There is no way I have the body heat to keep myself warm in a 40F weather at 80 mph. This wind chill factor is probably equal to being in the Antarctic, or in the outer space. And, unlike in different winter sports, winter motorcycle riding on freeways does not get the blood moving in any way. Heated gear is the only way.
March 16, 2016
Ride:
2015 KTM 1190 Adventure R
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