Heated Pants - VH 12 Volt Heated Motorcycle Pants Liner

Heated Pants - VH 12 Volt Heated Motorcycle Pants Liner

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Heated Pants - VH 12 Volt Heated Motorcycle Pants Liner


Item Code: VHHeatedPants
Brand: Venture Heat
Color: Black
Draw: 3.8-4.5 Amps (46W)
Connector: DC coax plug (input)
Weight: 2 lbs Approximately

Features


  • Designed to be powered by a 12V battery, you can connect your Heated Pants Liner to a motorcycle, snowmobile, ATV, or scooter for endless heated comfort.
  • These are the hottest pants on the market with heating elements that run along the entire length of your legs and thighs.
  • Blocking the wind from creeping up on you, this nylon fabric is prepared to take on the elements so you don’t have to.
  • Saddle up and feel the comforting warmth wherever your legs take you.
  • The heaters are strategically located on the legs and buttocks of the pants to create the most effective heating performance.
  • Cycle through the 4 temperature settings to dial in the perfect micro-climate for you as you need it, when you need it the entire duration of your ride.
  • Inside the Box:1 Temperature Controller,1 Battery Harness with Safety Fuse
  • With Xtreme Comfort Technology, we eliminate bulky insulation and coils and replaced them with hair-thin, micro fiber wires allowing a more flexible range of motion without the heavy layers.

Size Chart


Fitting Guide

  • Active Fit : Form Fitted Designed to fit close to your body shape
  • Model 1 Spec : Dheight 5'10", Weight 175" Lbs, Waist 31" He is waring Size M
  • Model 2 Spec : Dheight 6'3", Weight 220" Lbs, Waist 36" He is waring Size XL

SIZE CHART

Measurement

Waist

Inseam Length

XS

26

28.5

S

28

29

M

30

29.5

L

32

30

XL

34

30.5

2XL

36

31

Customer Reviews

Rated 9 out of 10 based on 3 reviews
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Comment: I have tried these pants in 30 degree weather and I have very pleased. I ride a Harley FLHT and these pant are a very good product. In 30 degree I use the low setting so I'm waiting for lower temps to test the pants more. They are very easy to put on and off. I would recommend this product to anyone, for the price you can't beat it. I'm one happy rider.

Mark McWilliams

Amarillo, Texas

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Comment: By writing in detail about your product you are helping your biker buddies make better choices. Thank you got these for the wife. we ride year round GL1800.Was Tellico Plains 11/2/13 , 61 degree pants on low on the skyway it rained and started hailing temp was 32.Bumped paints up to med. heat. wife is having hot spots. spots are on top front of thigh at inner ..

GUS

TRION GA.

Good gear

Comment: pants keep you nice and warm on those long winter rides.

Carrol

Trion Ga.

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no chaps needed with these
Carrol R on Mar 14, 2015
Do you wear these over your regular pants?
Lisa D on Mar 22, 2015
Best Answer: Yes you can, but these are not designed to be worn as an outer layer. You'll need a pair of pants to wear over top of these that are at least capable of blocking the wind. I'd recommend outer pants that block the wind and have some insulation for best results. Blocking the wind is the most important part. I've ridden with these in temperatures in the 20's with a pair of insulated coveralls overtop and they were warm. Something that blocks out the wind down at your ankles would be even more effective.
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will the pants plug into a gerbing plug and work?
gary b on Oct 7, 2014
Best Answer: The pants are made for Gerbing plugs. I have the jacket gloves and pants. Great Product
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