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Thrilled that this review hit before the holidays as I was able to add the jacket and glove liners to my wish list. Given our pavement is conducive to riding almost year round, it becomes a matter of being a little too chilly or too hot. These garments are going to make my winter rides so much more enjoyable. They are lightweight and thin that it allows me to ride with my ski shirt, liner, Kevlar mesh jacket, and vest. Warmth and movement = great chilly day riding!

Tresa Simmonds
Las Vegas, NV
Wednesday, January 4, 2012
I wear heated gear (pants, jacket, gloves) and cover them with leather jacket and leather pants. I haven't found a pair of leather pants for my girl so the question is where did you get the leather pants you're wearing while on the blue bike? She has the heated jacket, pants, gloves, and socks, and the bike an 06 Screamin' Eagle Ultra has heated grips and seat. Thanks.

Jeff
Dalhart, TX
Sunday, December 11, 2011
Editor Response
The pants I'm wearing are Harley-Davidson FXRG waterproof leather overpants.
Genevieve Schmitt
Thank you for you very detailed information about Powerlet’s new RapidFIRe jacket liner. The only issue is that I think the price ($350) is a little to high.
What do you think about the price?

Wolfang
NY, NY
Saturday, November 19, 2011
Editor Response
I think the price is fair for what you're getting—cutting edge technology in a top of the line garment that will last forever if you take care of it. Plus, how can you put a price on a system that allows you extend your riding season, thus giving more months to enjoy the mind-clearing and rejuvenating benefits of motorcycle riding.
Genevieve Schmitt
That was a great review! You covered all the points I was curious about. And your timing is impeccable, as I was just looking at Powerlet gear on Revzilla's Web site yesterday. I was really curious about the glove liners since they only come in men's sizes. Do you think that the additional heat provided to your core by the jacket would allow more of your body's heat to get to your hands, thus making the gloves less necessary? My torso stays warm down to freezing with my Tour Master Trinity jacket but the tips of my fingers get cold, even with heated grips. Thanks again for the great review!

Alice McCardell
Dearborn, MI
Tuesday, November 15, 2011
Editor Response
I've discovered that unlike your legs, which can stay relatively warm if your core is warm, hands do not and are usually the first part of one's body to get cold when temperatures drop. If you have thick, or rather "roomy" gloves, the Powerlet glove liners will fit. All my cold weather riding gloves fit my hands, well, like a glove so the liners didn't fit. I would definitely recommend the Powerlet liners as they are so well made and feel nice on. I just need to search for that larger glove.
Genevieve Schmitt, Editor
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