Hooked up to bike tested and they seem to work very well.
Have not had a chance to try them yet maybe this weekend.
Jafrum processed and shipped the order very fast I would buy from them again and would recommend them to anyone.
FirstGear Women's Heated Pants Liner.
The First Gear Heated Pants Liner for Women are perfect for keeping your legs warm during cold days when you just have to go out and ride your motorcycle. These Heated Pant Liners are form fitting to allow heat to transfer more efficiently and keep your legs warmer, longer. Also, these heated motorcycle pant liners have the ability to be connected to the FirstGear Jacket Liner and Sock liners to provide that overall comfy feel on cooler days when you just want to ride! Heat-Troller sold separately.
FirstGear Heated Pant Liners are constructed of a microfiber polyester (89%) and spandex (11%) blend. Form-fitting, flex panels and stretch action on the back allow non-binding freedom-of-movement and effective heat transfer. FirstGear Heated Pant Liners feature heating elements that cover the large quadriceps muscle groups and extend down to just below the knee. Designed and intended to be worn underneath your protective riding pants, the pant liners are also built to be temperature neutral to allow wearing when active heating isn’t necessary. Zippered micropockets on the lower legs provide access to the internal wiring to plug in electric socks as needed. An elasticized waistband with cord-lock adjustment on each side allows you to customize your fit.
FirstGear Heated Pants Liner Features
- Form fitting, close fit for optimum heat transfer
- Spandex fabric allows full range of movement for any activity and fits easily under outer garmets
- Anti-bacterial treatment prevents odors while Moisture Management wicks moisture away
- Heated zone covers thighs
- Pants liner packs into its included zippered pouch
- Integrated jacket and sock plugs stow in their own zippered pockets when not in use
- Coaxial plugs engineered by us for best connection possible
- About 35 Watts, 2.7 Amps at 12.8 volts using our new SoftHeat system
- Side Pull Cords for custom fit
- This garment is designed to keep you warm when plugged into a DC power source or battery pack
- Dual zone heating : this garment may be used with either a single or dual Heat Troller with no re-wiring of garnment necessary
- Built to be temperature neutral so that you can wear your liner all day and not have to change clothing when you need heat
- Five-year warranty
This FirstGear Heated Pant Liner requires a heat troller (sold separately). You must purchase at minimum a single heat troller for this item. Socks will attach to the liner with no additional troller required as long as you do not wish to set the socks and pant liner at different temperatures. Trollers can be mounted or not to the bike depending on troller purchased. A remote for heat control is also available. BMW riders will most likely have to purchase a converter for power. The power for these items comes directly from the bike which you must install. If preferred, you can purchase a portable battery pack with optional a/c adapter (case optional as well). Splitters may be purchased to connect an additional rider to the power source from the bike.
FirstGear Heated Pants Liner Sizing
We take the proper fit of riding apparel very seriously. We want you to have the best fit possible and make a very wide range of sizes to do just that. These fit tips will help you decide on a fit that is comfortable and effective.
Women's pants are numbered in the size chart and sized to wear over your street clothes, so just get the same size as your regular pants.
Use a tape measure and wrap at the top of your hip bones. Then measure your waist, just below the navel. This combination can be seen on the fit chart. Using your standard street pant size is a good place to start.
Women's Waist Inches
Women's Hip Inches
Most Helpful Reviews :
I have always ridden year round but my wife usually stops riding with me when the temp drops below 60 degrees. I bought these for her for Christmas this year. After giving them a try on 35 degree day, she is now willing to ride with me regardless of temp. The coldest weather we have rode in so far is 26 degrees and she has yet to set them above medium temp.