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post #1 of 4 Old Dec 12th, 2007, 8:16 pm Thread Starter
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Heated chaps?

Anybody wearing a pair of these chaps? I just bought a pair of un-heated chaps, butt they have a Thinsulate snap out liner in 'em. They'll prolly do good enough for around here during all four seasons, butt I'd still like to try a heated pair. I think I had inquired of these folks coupla years ago, and they weren't ready to come to market. Found 'em in the ad section of Cycle World mag.

Just curious if they are getting any reviews?
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Hey, Dick! I have some Widder chaps... they only heat in the front... actually works well.

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Hey, Dick! I have some Widder chaps... they only heat in the front... actually works well.
Thanks, Chan - those Widders are leather, I presume? I'll try the new chaps out this winter and if more heat is needed, I'll take a look at Widder or the 1stheat gear for next year. Like lotsa folks, my legs, feet and hands git the coldest the quickest. I've got a heated vest, warm gloves, and those heated insoles that insert in the boots - just gonna work on the legs next.
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Dick.. no, sir.. sorry, I wasn't clear.. not leather.. the Widder's are cloth "under" chaps.. they go over pants and under your new chaps... good for "layering.."

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