Heated Jacket Liner Comparison

Winter will be here before we know it, and cold weather is never pleasant to ride in. A solution to this problem is making sure that when the temperature drops, you’re riding in heated motorcycle gear. You can get almost any type of heated gear from gloves to pants, etc.; and its a far more effective solution than just layering jackets. Layering outerwear only attempts to trap your body heat between layers; whereas, active heating from a liner provides direct heat sources. In this review we’ll be talking about heated jacket liners. We’ve picked four of our top quality jacket liners; each with varying features and varying price points and compared their qualities. No matter your budget, you’re sure to find a heated motorcycle jacket liner that will work for your wallet, and keep you warm as the days get colder.


Veture Heat 12V Heated Jacket Liner



The Venture Heat 12V Heated Jacket Liner is constructed from a lightweight, wind resistant, nylon fabric. The liner is heated by thin micro-alloy heating fibers that have been designed to connect to a 12V DC power source such as your bike battery. The Venture Heat controller is included. Check our website for pricing!




 Mobile Warming Heated Softshell Jackets


The Mobile Warming Heated Softshell Jackets are made from Carboflex 4 way stretch, highly breathable, waterproof fabric. Its integrated stretch panels provide additional flexibility. The Softshell Jacket has bee designed to be worn as either a layering piece, or a stand-alone jacket. A rechargable, lithium-ion battery and charger are included with the jacket. The battery features four, built-in, thermo-regulating controls to adjust to your level of comfort; and also provides up to 10hrs. of heat at the lowest setting. The Heated Softshell Jacket has the ability to reach a max surface temperature of 135 degrees F at full power. Take a look at our website for pricing!



Firstgear Warm & Safe 90 Watt Heated Jacket Liner


The Firstgear Warm & Safe Heated Liner has been designed to be plugged into a DC power source/battery. The 90 watt liner is compatible with large single or twin cylinder bikes; who’s electrical stator outputs will handle the draw of a 90 watt system. Heating pads are located on the front of the jacket, the upper and lower back, as well as the sleeves and collar for overall heat coverage.This liner can be worn over a single layer such as base-gear, t-shirts, or other lightweight garments. However, a protective jacket should always be worn over it.The liner has a lightweight, soft nylon shell for minimum bulk, and a non-coated finish for maximum breathability. The liner has an intentionally snug fit for optimum heat transfer to the body. It’s been built to be temperature neutral so that you can wear the liner all day.Integragted glove and pants plugs have the ability to stow into their own zippered pockets when not in use. Some other convenience features include: stretch panels for flexibility, fleece-lined moisture wicking collar, and easy storage with zippered carrying pouch. The heat controllers for this liner are sold separately. Available in both Men’s and Women’s sizes. Go to our website to see our competitive deals!


Tourmaster Synergy 2.0 Electric Jacket Liners


The Tourmaster Synergy 2.0 Electric Jacket Liner has been designed to operate in all weather conditions while connected to a vehicle’s 12 volt electrical system. The Synergy 2.0 features lightweight, flexible steel fiber heating elements whose low profile supplies warmth without bulk or discomfort. Expanding side panels help to fine tune the fit and increase comfort. A water resistant single or dual rheostat is included with the jacket. Take a look at our pricing on CompetitionAccessories.com!

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