Reflexes slow down and reasoning suffers as your body diverts resources toward staying warm. Some riders bundle up in layers attempting to retain body heat. Others wear a heated jacket liner to add heat without so much bulk. There are seven heated areas chest, arms, neck, upper back and lower back. A quarter zipper shores up the tall neck and the cuffs seal more completely than a jacket liner to prevent drafts. Clever zip-open pockets near the end of each sleeve reveal coaxial connections for heated gloves or glove liners. The coaxial main power cord exits on the side instead of the bottom, so you can tuck the shirt into your riding pants to further prevent drafts. It plugs into a fused battery harness included to draw volt power. The newest generation dual wireless Heat-Troller remote control uses Bluetooth to manage your warmth preference for your Heated Layer and gloves, separately. A dual Heat-Troller controls two heated circuits for one rider.
The attention to small details here become more apparent the longer and farther you ride. Rough winter weather? What better way to start your workday than instant plug-in, reliable, heat that can be controlled at the turn of a dial. Whether it's for work or recreation, most boats have 12V power sources you can tap into and enjoy unlimited heating while you're on the water. Search Heated Clothing.
The Warm and Safe heated clothing system for motorcyclists is the best of the heated offerings. Historically, we have not always been fans of electrically heated clothing. We had heard tales of unreliability. And we took the view that most of the jackets on the market were too thick to be worn comfortably under a motorcycle jacket. But then we heard about Warm and Safe. A number of our customers told us about this amazing American brand of heated clothing, so we contacted them, and added the Warm and Safe range to our portfolio.
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