Gerbing's Heated Clothing

Gerbing's Heated Clothing

Gerbing Core Heat Heated Camouflage Fleece Vest maintains a just-out-of-the-dryer sensation. Powered by a small, 7-volt rechargeable lithium battery, the vest eliminates base-layer bulk, maintaining 135-degree body heat for 2.5 hours, or 85 degrees all day.

Patented micro-wire technology is placed on the back and chest for intense heat transfer that helps maintain core temperature in chilly temperatures. Core Heat products include a lifetime warranty on the wiring. The vest is available in black or Mossy Oak Break-Up in sizes small to 2XL.


CONTACT: Gerbing's Heated clothing, (866) 371-4328; www.gerbing.com



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