Purchased this for my wife. Previously we had purchased the Tourmaster Synergy heated vest for her, and these work off the dual controller which came with the vest. My wife is 5'2" and size 6-8 and the men's xtra small in vest and chap liners both fit her well. Heated stuff is expensive but it can make the difference between a great ride and a suffering ride. We are a little older so comfort and safety are a big deal to us when riding. Most of our gear has come from Jafrum because we just couldn't beat the price or service anywhere else. We ride a 2007 Yamaha Royal Star Venture, long rides. Don't use often, but great to have when the temp drops and we're far from home. Stuff's expensive but it's good.
Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Heated Chap Liner
List Price: $124.99
Tour Master Sentinel 2.0 Nomex Rain Pants.
Item Code: TourMasterSentinel2NomexPants
Brand: Tour Master
- Waterproof and breathable Ripstop nylon shell with sealed seams is rated MVM 5000 for maximum breathability
- Polyester mesh lining enhances air circulation and comfort
- Waterproof/breathable stretch material panels above knees provide flexibility and comfort
- High-density nylon seat panel provides added strength and minimizes slipping
- Ergonomic, four-panel knee design provides increased comfort in the riding position
- Two zippered hand pockets for convenient storage
- 3M™ Scotchlite® reflective panels increase nighttime visibility
- Sized to be worn over motorcycle riding apparel
- Includes a pant-to-jacket zipper attachment that matches perfectly with the Tour Master Sentinel 2.0 Rain Jacket
- Elastic waistband and high-rise rear panel seal out the elements
- Extra long zippered and gusseted leg cuff with Velcro® flap closure allows for ease of dressing
Please measure the circumference of your waist 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.
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The Synergy 2.0 line offers two different pant options. They have a full pant and a pair of chaps. In this video, we are taking a look at the chaps. To see the pants video, click the link below to go to our website. Choosing to go with chaps vs pants has its pros and its cons. First, are a couple of cons. The chaps obviously don't have as much coverage as the full pant, there is no coverage in the rear end or in the backs of the knees. Also, they are also not wired like the pants for quick connection of the heated insoles. But there are also numerous pros. First, they are made using less material so they fold up smaller and take up less room in a saddle bag. Also, If you are wearing the heated chap liners beneath a pair of lined riding pants, the heat generated by the chaps is more than sufficient. This next pro is something you may not have ever considered but can be really handy and that is that you can take off the chap liners without taking your outer riding pants completely off because the closures are Velcro. If the liners get too warm, just unhook the closures and you can pull your chaps off through the waist of your pants. I strongly suggest that you do not try this maneuver with the full pant liners. It's a bad scene. Trust me. It's important to remember that neither the synergy 2.0 pants or the chaps come with a controller. This is an effort to keep the price down since most folks wearing heated chaps are probably also wearing a heated vest or jacket. Both of these come with a dual Rheostat controller so you would be covered. If you are not planning on wearing a vest or jacket, be sure to purchase a controller, a power lead, and a leg strap with your pants or chaps.
Connecting your chaps is easy. If you are using the chaps by themselves simply connect a power lead to your battery. Connect either a single or dual Rheostat controller to the chaps. After you have started your motorcycle, you can connect the controller to the power lead and adjust the controller to your desired setting. If you are wearing a vest or jacket liner, simply attach the male plug coming out of the pant to the female plug coming out of the jacket or vest.