Friday, June 14, 2024

Keis leggings

Heated clothing specialist Keis is keen to make sure bikers get some hot action below the waist with its latest product – the T103RP heated trousers.
Said to be especially relevant to riders of fairing-free nakeds and cruisers, or for pillion riders who spend many a long hour with their knees in the breeze, these leggings are made from softshell fabric with an elasticated waist  to fit comfortably under regular biking pants or jeans.
Heated panels are positioned to provide an even spread of warmth and are powered either direct from the bike’s battery or connected to a heated jacket or vest. They can also be connected to a Keis Power Controller.
The Keis heated trousers come in sizes XS-3XL (UK 32-44in waist) with all required wiring for an SRP of £165.
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