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Gerbing Motorcycle Heated Clothing 12V Jacket Liner & Glove Kit
Gerbing Motorcycle Heated Clothing 12V Jacket Liner & Glove KitGerbing Motorcycle Heated Clothing 12V Jacket Liner & Glove KitGerbing Motorcycle Heated Clothing 12V Jacket Liner & Glove KitGerbing Motorcycle Heated Clothing 12V Jacket Liner & Glove KitGerbing Motorcycle Heated Clothing 12V Jacket Liner & Glove Kit

Gerbing Motorcycle Heated Clothing 12V Jacket Liner & Glove Kit

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Gerbing-JG-KIT
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$489.99
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Product Description
Size: G4 Glove Size. Option: Jacket Liner Size (unisex)

GERBING 12V Heated Clothing Jacket, Glove and Temperature Controller Complete Kit.



Gerbing 12V Kit includes:

  • Gerbing 12V Jacket Liner (Unisex Size Chart)
  • Gerbing G4 12V Heated Gloves (Select Men's or Women's Glove Size)
  • Gerbing Battery Harness
  • Gerbing Dual-Zone Digital Temperature controller


Gerbing Motorcycle Heated Jacket Liner:

This 12V heated jacket liner is the perfect addition for any rider wanting complete comfort, regardless of the temperature. Built on a durable, wind-resistant nylon chassis, this liner comes with 7 Microwire-powered heat zones; collar (1), chest (2), sleeves (2), and back (2). It is designed to be worn as a mid-layer, under your protective jacket.

Features & Benefits:
  • • Jacket has seven Microwire heating zones: collar, chest (2), sleeves (2) and back (2).
  • • Pre-wired glove connections at end of sleeves
  • • Low profile elastic cuff for improved fit under jacket
  • • Mini Ripstop nylon shell
  • • ThermoGauge Bluetooth Compatible
  • • Drop tail back for improved coverage while riding
Gerbing 12V Jacket Liner Technical Specs:
  • • Power 12V DC 6.4 Amp
  • • Max Heat: 135° @ 77W
  • • Power 12V DC 6.4 Amp
  • • YKK zippers
  • • Material: Mini-rip shell, Taffeta lining
  • • All Gerbing installations require a Battery Harness and Temperature Controller for operation (sold separately).
Gerbing G4 Motorcycle Heated Gloves:

The Gerbing 12V G4 Heated Motorcycle Gloves are an absolute classic and best performing heated glove for all riding conditions. Gerbing is the global leader in powersport heated clothing. Using patented Microwire heating and an advanced interconnected system, Gerbing garments plug right into the electrical system on your motorcycle, snowmobile, ATV, boat or even airplane for an unlimited source of power and warmth any temperature, any speed.

Keep your hands warm, even on the coldest riding days, with our 12V heated, insulated, and water-resistant G4 gloves. 100% leather construction provides a great fit, and the basic protection you need for all types of riding. Microwire™ heating throughout, including the top and bottom of each finger.
  • • Premium Aniline cowhide leather construction
  • • Microwire heating throughout glove, including to the tip of every finger
  • • AQUATEX breathable water resistant membrane
  • • 150 grams of Thinsulate™ insulation
  • • Impact protected gel pads at palm
  • • Reflective piping
  • • Touchscreen compatible index finger
  • • Adjustable Velcro wrist closure
  • • Max Heat: 135°F @ 13W Each
  • • Power: 12V DC 1.1 Amp Each
Gerbing 12V G4 Glove Technical Specifications:
  • • Plugs directly into your Gerbing Jacket Liner for instant power
  • • Battery Harness, Y-Harness & temperature controller required for stand-alone operation (sold separately)
  • • Premium Aniline cowhide leather construction
  • • 150 grams of Thinsulate™ insulation
  • • Max Heat: 135° @ 13W Each
  • • Power: 12V DC 1.1 Amp Each


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By Jason
Pekin, 3635
the wife loves it
December 14, 2019
I have owned Gerbing heated gear for years . It has always worked great
ProsHeat when you want it
Conscord management. Once you get used to plugging in and setting the controllers it becomes second nature.