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post #1 of 4 Old Dec 8th, 2005, 5:54 pm Thread Starter
 
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Gerbing Heated Pant Liner Review

In a nutshell:
The Gerbing Heated Pant Liner does more than heat your lower body. It's effective at preventing the cold and damp from working their craft on your joints and muscles. The feeling of warmth over your hip joints and knees, not to mention outside of thighs, feels extremely soothing. Warm joints are happy joints.

Once you taste , you're reluctant to go back to that cold feeling. It's very much a question of added comfort.

I have a full review up:
Gerbing Heated PANT LINER Review
http://pages.videotron.com/mcrides/p...ng/p-liner.htm


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post #2 of 4 Old Dec 8th, 2005, 7:04 pm
 
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Nice write up Bruno...

I am giving the Gerbings jacket liner/pants/socks some very serious consideration. You comments help in the decision process...
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post #3 of 4 Old Dec 8th, 2005, 7:18 pm Thread Starter
 
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Nice write up Bruno...
Thanks!

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I am giving the Gerbings jacket liner/pants/socks some very serious consideration. You comments help in the decision process...
I used to ride in cold weather with top only body heating. I wasn't cold. But that cold and damp has a way of being absorbed into your lower body joints and muscles. Once you taste the difference, youi don't want to go back for sure!

cheers!

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Re: Gerbing Heated Pant Liner Review

I have riden for a bit over 30 years now. 10 years ago I finally had some spare cash and decided to spring for a set of heated gear. Gebrings was the choice and I bought a jacket, pant liner, gloves and insoles (insoles only recently) and ive never loooked back. the bigest hurdle for me was the price of admission to the heated gear club but the 1st time I wore it the price melted away. I now ALWAYS take my heated gear whenever i ride (many mountain passes around here in WA state) and would not even dream about riding without them. I see others that ride year round like I do that do not have heated gear and I almost feel sorry for them untill the giggles start remebering what it was like to freeze on my bike......ah memories.......................
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