The Tour Master Synergy® 2.0 Heated Jacket Liner keeps you warm on those cold days when you still want to go out and ride your noble steed. This lightweight and flexible heated liner allows you to wear it under your jacket without making you feel like you are going camping in the Artic. This Synergy® 2.0 heated liner keeps your arms and core warm when you ride and also gives you the option to add other Tourmaster Synergy® heated gear such as gloves and pants.
Item Code: TourmasterSynergy2JacketLiner Brand: Tour Master Color: Black Gender: Men's Material: Textile
Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Heated Jacket Liner Features
Designed to operate in all weather conditions from a vehicle’s 12-volt electrical system
Warmth without bulk or discomfort, making for a safer, more enjoyable ride
Lightweight, flexible carbon fiber heating elements provide safe, even warmth
Expanding side panels help fine tune the fit and increase comfort
Jacket and vest include a power lead wiring harness, temperature control unit and a thigh-mounted leg band to attach the temperature control unit.
Size Chart for the Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Heated Jacket Liner
Please measure the circumference of your chest using a cloth tape measure and add 1" if the measurement is an odd number to get to the next even number and choose your size from the chart below.
Please note all measurements are in inches.
Comment: I bought the above for cold weather Fall riding in Newfoundland Canada. My fingers really feel the cold. The products are very efficient and keep you comfortably warm. Interconnection gloves and jacket - allow for single connection to motorcycle battery. The gloves are not too bulky. The temperature controller, wiring comes at no extra charge.
Chris van Niekerk
Corner Brook Newfoundland
Tourmaster Synergy 2.0 Jacket Liner
Comment: I had the first version. Loved it but the controller kept failing. The new one is much better. Plus the controller is included and is even a "dual" type. Size runs snug. I got a 2xl. I'm 6' 200lbs.
Excellent heated coat
Comment: Great coat I can't believe that it took me this long to finally get a heated coat. It works awesome.
Comment: Worth every penny. Had a problem with the first one I bought and they replaced it, no questioned asked. Bought one for my wife and we have ridden at 29 degrees.
Tourmaster Synergy 2.0 Jacket Liner Review
Comment: Great heated jacket liner. Very comfortable riding in 40 degree weather on second heat setting. Everything is included for operation and expansion. A great addition to extend the riding season. The liner is warm even without being plugged in!
E Dummerston, VT
Tourmaster Synergy 2 Jacket Liner Review
Comment: I should have done this long ago! The product has some thinsulate or other insulation in it, but it's not bulky - it will fit under you leathers like a heavy sweatshirt. The elastic in the shoulders and sides make it comfortable and flexible while holding snug to your body. My big question before buying was about size. i'm 5'9" , 180 lbs, 42+ chest and 44 1/2 abdomen. The chart shows that I needed to order a MD when I normally wear a LG... I gave it a try and surprisingly, it was right. Sleeve length was perfect for either inside a jacket or by itself with a set of gloves. The fit is snug but by no means tight (just the way it was designed). Go with the chart! It comes with a dual controller (which allows for the operation of gloves or pants) so there is nothing else you need to purchase (unlike others). By itself you'll be warm to about 30 degrees, put it under a leather jacket and I don't know that you'll ever be cold. Hope this review helps. Keep the Sticky Side Down!
Tour Master Synergy 2.0 jacket liner review
Comment: Finally talked my wife into getting these (she's always cold riding on the back any time the temp is below60). Now she wonders why we waited so long. Great product!!!
Comment: Great jacket. Only issue I have is the neck seems to warm up and stay hotter than rest of jacket. I have to turn down heat due to neck and then i get cool in chest area. It is worth the cost to have gloves and boot warmers along with the jacket.
Synergy 2.0 heated jacket Review
Comment: Love this jacket!! After borrowing a friend's jacket, I knew I had to have one of my own. I could never ride with my husband when it got below 70 but with this jacket, I can ride all the time now. It keeps me toasty warm with just the low setting. You won't regret buying this heated gear.
Best Answer:The heat controller has two 5 position (think 6 positions if counting the off position) knobs that control two pieces of heated gear independently. There is a positive click for each setting. I just finished using the vest on a 4500 mile trip in temperatures as low as 40 degrees and never went past position number 3 on the controller.
will first gear gloves work with tour master jacket?
A shopper on Sep 24, 2014
Best Answer:I have not tried using any First Gear items with my Tour Master Jacket, but I have used it with Harley Davidson gloves and they work fine together.. I think the most Important issue is to make sure that the connectors are compatible between the jacket and the gloves. I checked this AFTER I bought the Jacket and BEFORE I bought the gloves.. I know that Tour Master and or First Gear as Manufactures do NOT want any of us to use their products in combinations with any other manufacturers products, but as consumers I think we ALL want the Best combination of equipment that we can get for the best price.. I really like the Tour Master Jacket because it is easy to work with and it comes with the 'Controller' that many other of the manufacturers force you to buy separately.. I just got back from a late fall Trip around Lake Superior and I can tell you having heated gear (jacket and gloves) sure beats the heck out freezing my butt off on those long days.. Good Luck with your decision..
The Synergy line of heated gear has been one of the most popular lines of
heated gear since it first came out. Synergy 2.0 is the vastly upgraded second
version of this gear and has set the standard for 12 volt heated apparel. This
full sleeve liner has heating elements throughout the front, back, and arms and
the steel wire elements and internal thermostat keep the comfort constant. These
liners are designed to fit very snug to work optimally. That is why they have
incorporated these flex panels in the sides and shoulders to ensure a snug fit
on many different body types. Getting your gear hooked up is easier than it
might seem. The first step is to secure power. Connect the power lead to your
motorcycles battery. To keep the battery terminals from coming loose, place
accessory connectors under the motorcycles connectors. Connect the dual
Rheostat controller to the jacket liner. Gray to gray and black to black.
This jacket is prewired to allow easy glove connection. There are pockets on the
sleeves that contain the connectors for the gloves. If you are not using heated
gloves, it is recommended that you tuck the unused lead out of the way and do
not plug it in to the controller. If you are using a single Rheostat controller
with a jacket and gloves, Plug the glove lead into this female lead to complete
the glove circuit. The female lead you see here is for plugging into the pant
liner or chap-style liner with a dual Rheostat controller.