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post #1 of 5 Old Jan 12th, 2011, 5:18 pm Thread Starter
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Heated pant liner question

I am trying to make a decision on which heated pant liner to buy. Going over previous forum threads here didn't provide any help that I could find. My problem is that I want to be sure the liner is heated in pretty much all locations and not just certain areas. I presently use the Tourmaster full jacket liner with Gerbing gloves and am quite happy with them. And after having to run in 22 degree weather late at night 3 states away... I'm ready for pant liners with HEAT. I am not hung up on any particular brand but am just looking for relative overall warmth and no cold spots as best as can be expected.
I love my LT out on the road in cold weather but things could be better when it gets well below freezing. No fault of the bike.

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Re: Heated pant liner question

Hello Jim

I tried the ones that are split and just wrap around the legs not the butt area , returned them now have Gerbings , needs to be separate control and not just plugged into jacket liner , as my legs needs more heat .

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Hello Jim

I tried the ones that are split and just wrap around the legs not the butt area , returned them now have Gerbings , needs to be separate control and not just plugged into jacket liner , as my legs needs more heat .

Bob G
+1 on the separate controller and +1 on Gerbings.

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Re: Heated pant liner question

Warm & Safe pant liners have heat on the thighs to below the knee.
Our Dual controller will allow you to adjust the liner & pants seperately

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Re: Heated pant liner question

Thanks for the info. I've been especially pleased with the Gerbing gloves. Heated pant liners put a pretty good hit on the wallet and I wanted to put out a small feeler on this forum since the combined knowledge of those here is appreciated. I've learned to never skimp on outdoor apparel as quality gear will make your time spent outdoors much more enjoyable.

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