Atomic Skin™ electrically heated garments with Microclimate Technology utilize the latest Carbon Nanocore™ heating elements to produce the highest levels of safe infrared heat with the lowest applied power. The heating elements warm up fast and provide the benefits of Far Infrared heat, extending your riding season and improving comfort and safety. Riders stay warm with a single liner of Atomic Skin under normal riding gear, and control it with a convenient wireless remote control.
SOCK LINER FEATURES
• The Atomic Skin™ heated garments with Microclimate Technology utilize Carbon Nanocore heating elements, producing the highest level of safe Infrared heat with the lowest power consumption — without bulky wiring.
• Constructed of polyester blended fabric that's soft and comfortable enough to be worn directly next to the skin.
• Ergonomically designed and constructed to mimic the real shape of the wear's foot.
• An incorporated one and a quarter inch elastic band at the top provides additional support while keeping the liner from gathering around the ankle.
• Two small guides along the seam keep cabling in an easy to reach position.
• These sock liners, offered WITHOUT a separate harness and controller, are designed to be connected directly to the an Atomic Skin Pant Liner. The socks and pants can be controlled independently through single wireless remote device that's included with a heated jacket. (NOTE: If you intend to use heated socks separately — without connection the pants — buy the version that includes the harness and 5 position controller.)
• Atomic Skin Heated Apparel is designed to operate from your vehicle's standard 12-volt electrical system and to provide unmatched levels of comfort and convenience.*
BUILT For A LIFETIME
Powerlet seeks the highest quality materials and craftsmanship. All of their heated clothing products are developed and tested in the USA by people who ride regularly. Quality components and attention to detail ensure Powerlet products resist wear and corrosion to last a lifetime.
*Do you know if your bike's charging system can support multiple electrical accessories? Find out here: www.powerlet.com/learningCenter/excess-electrical-capacity