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Electric Heated Motorcycle Apparel Keeps You The Warmest
Over the years, electric motorcycle clothing has advanced to be stylish, effective, and very comfortable to wear. Electric motorcycle apparel is designed to be thin, and require very little power to operate. Compared to years ago, new electric clothing like Synergy 2.0, Venture, Gerbings and Firstgear offer the latest in heating technology that transfers heat evenly across the entire garment, while being so comfortable to wear.

Huge advancements in 2013 like the new Synergy 2.0 heated clothing that features a new redesigned temperature controller and heating technology. Venture also released new styles along with Gerbings. Firstgear is pretty much what we saw last year and still one of the best heated clothing brands on the market.

How Does Electric Clothing Work
Imagine riding with a heating blanket around you body, with todays temperature controllers you can set your desired temperature and ride like it was summer with a big smile on your face. Electric heated motorcycle jackets are designed to be thin, this allows you to it underneath your favorite jacket the same way you did before with no fitment issues. Sure, you can wear the electric jacket by itself, but they are designed to be worn underneath your motorcycle jacket to be most effective. Electric heated motorcycle vests are also popular, they can warm up the inside of any motorcycle jacket so your feeling toasty warm warm inside.


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