Fall 2013 Heated Gear & Base Layers Buying Guide http://www.revzilla.com/fall-2013-heated-gear-base-layer-guide?utm_source=youtube.com&utm_medium=description&utm_campaign=Fall_2013_Heated_Gear_And_Base_Layers_Buying_Guide After the perfect Fall days are gone, the best way to extend your riding season is by properly layering your riding gear. Mid, base layers and heated gear offer an affordable way to get more season out of your existing riding gear. The headliner in heated gear is the Gerbing Coreheat12 jacket liner and glove combination that connects directly to your motorcycle battery. The Gerbing line has undergone a major upgrade this year and now features products that are Made in the USA. Another option is the Powerlet RapidFIRe heated jacket and glove liner. Powerlet uses far infrared heat that feels soothing and comfortable. For heated gear whenever and wherever you want, the Gerbing Coreheat7 Heated Softshell is the perfect choice for any outdoor activity or for those who can't power the Coreheat12 products from their motorcycle. Our Mid Layer picks are designed to block wind and create a buffer between the body and the outer garment for better warmth retention. The Klim Inversion Soft Shell uses Gore Windstopper material that is our most technical pick for mid layers and the Icon 1000 Infamous Layers jacket is a more affordable piece that blends perfectly on or off the bike. The Rukka Outlast shirt uses Outlast technology that absorbs and releases heat, depending on body temperature to help keep the body temperature stable and the Dainese Map Windstopper shirt bridges the gap between mid and base layer and uses Gore Windstopper to block cold air. The Dainese Evolution Warm Shirt is our base layer pick that uses polypropylene material and flat locked seams for cold weather that is designed to sit against the skin for added warmth and sweat wicking.
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