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Heated Motorcycle Clothing Reviews

Welcome to the wBW Heated Motorcycle Clothing Reviews index!

This page includes a listing of our heated motorcycle clothing reviews, battery heated clothing reviews, wind-blocking shirt reviews and more.

This includes vests, gloves, jacket liners and socks.

Battery operated (wireless) motorcycle heated clothing is a convenient way to stay warm without draining precious electrical power on your bike.

The reviews listed below are from the most recent in the left column to the older reviews on the right.

Battery Heated Clothing Reviews

Wired Heated Clothing Reviews

Wind Blocking Clothing Reviews

Motorcycle Thermals and Underwear Reviews

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Cold Weather Clothing:  wBW reviews of many winter clothing items, including battery powered heated vests and gloves, wind blockers, motorcycle underwear and more  |  Windproof Underwear for Cold Weather Riding by Bikers Comfort in Action and Rukka  |  1st Heat is a new heated motorcycle clothing manufacturer with vests, jacket liners, gloves and more  |  Hot Chillys makes many different types of underwear for cold weather  |  Schampa's "All Weather Gear" has balaclavas, dickies, gloves, glove liners, headwear, thermals, jackets and vests and more  |  Kneenecks are easy-on/off gaiters for your knees to protect them in cold and/or wet weather  |  Knox "Coldkiller" windproof clothing, gloves, balaclavas and neck warmers (wBW review)  |  Mugz makes fleece neck/chest warmers; helmet liners and other cool weather clothing  |  Silk fabric is a good liner for use underneath cold weather clothing; I use a WinterSilks balaclava, and it's actually more comfortable with it on than it is with it off!  Highly recommended  |  REI has a nice selection of thermal underwear of different weights and fabrics; also socks  |  Polartec-lined jeans are available at Maverick Mountain; others sell them, but these folks advertise in motorcycle magazines |  Skin Clothing uses Zurga technology in their winter thermal underwear  |  Silk glove liners and/or Balaclavas are really comfortable to wear under clothing in the winter; check 'em out at Wintersilks, Land's End or REI  |  Web Foots Body Sock Polar Fleece thermal underwear at Carol Davis Sportswear, made in the U.S.A.  |  WarmX heated underwear uses a new technology where a very low current is passed through metal fibers to warm the skin

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Motorcycle Heated Clothing Sources:  Road Rider has many brands of clothing and other motorcycle accessories  |  ActivHeat makes battery heated vests, jackets and glove liners that look interesting and are reasonably priced  |  Aerostich makes the Kanetsu heated vest; a heated jacket liner and has heated clothing accessories  |  BMW makes a heated vest; the price is reasonable and it can be ordered through any BMW motorcycle dealer  |  Gerbing's makes popular heated clothing; and they have a service that will wire your existing gloves; Kreamer Sports made heated vests; they've been purchased by Gerbing   |  Harley-Davidson has some reasonably priced heated clothing; available at dealers  |  Keis Heated Apparel (UK) has body warmers, heated insoles, heated glove liners and more  |  Klan heated gloves, vests, socks and jackets  |  Gears Canada heated clothing  |  Widder makes some nice heated clothing also  |  Gorix was back and is gone again.  This conductive carbon-fiber fabric is claimed to provide a much more even level of heat; the Cassiar vest was once sold in the U.S. and used Gorix fabric  |  Extreme Comfort battery operated heated gloves, socks and more  |  Check out the Body Warmer heat strip  |  Instructions on making your own heated clothing  |  Warm & Safe has an interesting leather and fabric jacket liner with heated sleeves; they also carry heated gloves and they make the Heat-Troller control

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