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November 29, 2002, 05:29 PM

AWESOME

Definately worth the $61.95w/tax I paid for them. List price is $60 on Gerbing's website http://www.gerbing.com . Bob' BMW in Jessup, MD sells them for the same. Instead of paying another $7 for shipping I went to Bob's and had them immediately.

When I arrived at Bob's my feet were numb and I knew my toes were white. I connected the plug to the battery, put on the socks and connected them and I was on my way. Damn that feels good. I can feel my feet now. 45 minutes later and almost home, my feet are nearly sweating! An on/off switch or temp controller unit would be nice, but I can do without.


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December 2, 2002, 02:35 PM

lol no on/off or Temp control? lol thats death in a box.. all of a sudden theres a problem 150 degrees and rising lol people see you jump off your bike and start taking off your shoes and socks and you immeadiately put your feet into a near by puddle ... eww..
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December 30, 2002, 02:37 PM

The socks rule, I got them hooked to my vest and controlled by the thermostat.


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December 30, 2002, 02:52 PM

I got the vest and gloves. I gotta say that my feet are the only reason I'm not riding to Alaska this year Gerbing is good stuff, although I'm in the process of sending back a pair of gloves less than 2 months old. They shorted out, and were blowing fuses in less than a minute. Gerbing has the BEST waranty ever though, so I'm covered.


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