Keis have updated their popular B501W Premium Heated Ladies Bodywarmer, introducing extra options to cover sizes 6-20 in response to customer feedback.
Designed in the UK specifically for female motorcyclists, the B501W uses the latest Micro Carbon Fibre heat technology to deliver consistent warmth, without the weight and bulk often associated with heated garments.
Micro Carbon Fibre panels at the front and back deliver infrared heat to the body’s core, while additional panels in the collar provide welcome relief to the neck, which is often left exposed in the gap between helmet and riding jacket. The panels are so reliable that Keis offers a lifetime warranty on them.
Tailored for a snug and flattering fit, stretch panels run the full length of each side, allowing freedom of movement when riding. The breathable and lightweight softshell fabric, combined with the thin Micro Carbon Fibre heat panels, allows the B501W to fit comfortably under riding jackets.
Heating levels can be fine-tuned using the optional Keis Heavy Duty Controller (£35-), which has three settings, from low to full power, and plugs into a ziped pocket at the base of the vest.
Designed for Dual-Power supply, the B501W comes with everything needed to run directly from a motorcycle or scooter’s 12v battery (current draw is only 1.2A so it won’t overload the charging system).
The B501W can also be powered by Keis Li-Ion rechargeable portable battery packs (sold as an optional extra), giving the flexibility to wear it for a variety of outdoor activities, from riding a horse to walking the dog.
Built-in connection plugs allow for the integration of Keis heated gloves, trousers and insoles, for all-over warmth. Integrated pockets for cables and controller keep everything neat and tidy.
The Keis B510W comes in sizes XXS-XXXL (UK 6-20) and retails at £155 including VAT. Optional portable Li-Ion rechargeable battery packs start from £49.
Visit www.keisapparel.co.uk to see the full range of Keis heated clothing.
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