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12V Heated gear for cold weather riding

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    12V Heated gear for cold weather riding


    I used them on a sportbike for 2 seasons, but don't need them now, since I have a pretty functional windshield on my touring bike.

    The power cord on the gloves and pants connect to the jacket. The jacket connects to the heat controller. This allows all day comfort with 2 independent temperature zones. I typically keep the gloves on one zone (since my finger tips get cold very easily) and keep the jacket+pants on the other zone. The only thing I'll sell separately will be the gloves, the jacket, pant and heat controller is a package.

    For reference, I am 5'6", 150lbs. These should fit men and women of similar body type. The pant waist is elasticated, so it will fit 28" - 33"

    Local pickup from Nashua NH. Shipping will be extra. PM me if you have any questions.

    Powerlet Men's SM heated jacket (discontinued model, bought for $250) - $160


    FirstGear Men's SM pant (retail price - $189) - $130


    Powerlet wired dual temp heat controller w/ power cord and leather belt clip (retail price - $140) - $90


    Gerbing Men's XXS gloves - I usually wear MD gloves in all other brands, but for some reason, Gerbing is way oversized, so the XXS fits me just like a MD from other brands. Discontinued model, bought for $180) - $120

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    Previously - '13 Multistrada, '13 F800GS, '13 MV F3, '10 S1000RR, '15 KTM Duke 390, '04 Royal Enfield Electra 500, '97 Yamaha RX135, '90 Yamaha RD350...and many more.

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    Re: 12V Heated gear for cold weather riding

    Spring is here. Bump.

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    Currently - '16 Yamaha FJR1300, '20 Husky Vitpilen 701
    Previously - '13 Multistrada, '13 F800GS, '13 MV F3, '10 S1000RR, '15 KTM Duke 390, '04 Royal Enfield Electra 500, '97 Yamaha RX135, '90 Yamaha RD350...and many more.

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