This product is intended to be used with a 12-volt electrical system like found on most vehicles or machinery. Most common uses are with Motorcycles, Auto, Snowmobiles, ATV's, etc.
Please be aware that this clothing is not intended to be used with a battery pack due to the energy requirements of the heating elements.
The New WarmGear Heated Jacket Liner is designed to keep you warm when plugged into a 12 volt DC power source. Wear it layered over a base layer garment and under your outer shell garment.
Our WarmGear women's heated motorcycle jackets are designed especially for women. The liners are 30% lighter and draw as much heat as the men's liners with less power draw. The design includes a dropped back hem for warming the lower back and a shorter length to ensure it wouldn't stick out from under your jacket.
WarmGear heated clothing line was developed over the course of many years of touring and riding in all weather conditions.
Heating panels on the chest, back, sleeves and collar
Light weight soft nylon shell for minimum bulk, non-coated finish for maximum breathability
Flex panels and action back allows full range of movement for any activity
Fleece lined inner collar for comfort
Zippered inside and outside pockets
Form-fitting snug fit to go under your outer garments and optimum heat transfer to body
Glove plug pockets placed on the sleeves to store the plugs when not in use
Also available is our WarmGear Women's Heated Vest Liner, which provides the same warmth and comfort as our heated jacket liner, except without the heated sleeves.
All WarmGear™ Heated Clothing, connectors and accessories are fully compatible with Heat-Troller, Warm & Safe, Harley-Davidson, and Gerbing's Heated Clothing, coax connectors and accessories.
Heated Jacket Liner Sizing Chart (in inches) †
Arm Length †††
† This size guide is for suggestion only.
†† For your chest size, measure around the fullest area of the chest, holding the measuring tape level and firm.
††† To measure arm length: with elbow bent, measure from the center of the back of neck, then over top of the shoulder, then over the elbow and down to the wrist. Since this is a liner it is not as important that the arm length be perfect.