The Tour Master Synergy® 2.0 Heated Insoles are perfect for the rider who may get cold feet, and no I am not referring to marriage! All you have to do is place the Tourmaster heated insoles in your favorite pair of motorcycle riding boots and go out and enjoy your ride on those cold days with your feet being heated from heal to toe. Just to note, the Synergy® 2.0 Heated Insoles require a power-lead wiring harness, extended V-Split connector and rheostat controller if used individually (parts sold separately). If you include this final piece to the puzzle when it comes to your heated gear, you can keep everything warm on those cold days when you just want to ride your motorcycle.
Item Code: TourmasterSynergy2HeatedInsoles Brand: Tour Master Color: Blue Gender: Unisex
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
A dual or single rheostat is available and easily and accurately adjusts through a range of temperatures (sold separately)
Designed to be worn individually or connected to the Synergy 2.0 pant liner
Heats entire foot from toes to heel
Note : Synergy 2.0 Heated Insoles require a power-lead wiring harness, extended V-Split connector and rheostat controller if used individually (parts sold separately)
Please choose your size from the chart below.Please order by the shoe size you wear.
Comment: I just bought the heated jacket liner, pant liner and Insoles. I have had the gloves for a while. I was skeptical about the heated insoles. My feet are so warm. My ride to work is an hour early in the mornings with the temperature in the 30's. I love these, the whole setup.
Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Heated Insoles
Comment: The Tour Master Synergy 2.0 Heated Insoles work great!!! And Jafrum also works great, I had some returns (size issues) and they were completely on top of it!!
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Comment: I was not sure how these would work but have found that if you hook these up with same tstat as gloves it does a great job. If you hook them up with jacket it is not enough heat. My lil piggys stay comfortable in any temp when in line with gloves.
Best Answer:I have been meaning to check that out myself. I have a 2014 Street Glide that I had to buy a new battery within one year. I am only assuming that the load is significant and had something to do with the early battery failure. Although, when I switch the gear on and off there does not appear to be any flicker or noticeable battery drain.
So, how do you suggest we run the power cable out of the riding boots? Up the boot, over the top and then back down to the pants cuff, then up to the power supply? Or do users run the cable right up inside the pant-leg? I'm just curious how other users are doing it.
A shopper on Jan 16, 2015
Best Answer:Most run the wiring up through the pants leg.
The Synergy 2.0 Electric Heated Insoles have elements throughout the entire
insole so your whole foot stays nice and warm. They are unisex, machine washable
and available in shoe sizes 7-14. These insoles are weatherproof and are
designed to be used individually or in conjunction with the heated pants. Like
the gloves, these don't come with a controller. So, if you are planning on
wearing these without the heated pant liners, remember to purchase a power lead,
an extended v-splitter, and a controller. To wire your insoles into your heated
pant liners, simply plug the connector from the insole into the connector on the
cuf of the pant leg and you're ready to go. To use insoles by themselves, or in
conjunction with the chap liners, simply install the power lead to your battery.
Remember to install accessory leads beneath your motorcycle's battery cable ends
whenever possible. This will keep you from cracking the accessory terminals when
you torque down the battery hardware and also reduce the the chance of your
battery hardware coming loose. Next, run the extended v-split connector through
the legs of your pants and out the cuffs. Connect the insole connectors to the
splitter connectors. Connect the upper v-splitter connector to either a dual or
single Rheostat controller. Once you've started your motorcycle, you can connect
the controller to the power lead and set the Rheostat to the desired heat