Heated Base Layer

Heated Base Layer
It’s time to welcome a new method for staying warm when out in the cold.

When braving the outdoors stricken with cold temperatures, layering is often the first line of defense. However, as anyone who has piled on the layers knows, sweating quickly becomes a major problem.

As the body sweats, perspiration exits the pores and is trapped by your base layer which absorbs the moisture and clings to your body.  The cooler outdoor temperatures chill the moisture causing you to feel cold.


Layering is not the most effective way of staying warm.  A heated base layer is key in giving your body the boost it needs to take on frigid temperatures. Constructed from a polyester-spandex blend, the fabric manages your body’s moisture by wicking sweat away from your skin to keep you dry and will protect you from wind and precipitation.

A flexible and pliable heating element is placed along the entire backside of the heated base layer to deliver your core soothing warmth.  Made with micro-carbon fibers 10X smaller than the width of a human hair, these heating elements are designed to move with you to the point of not even noticing their existence.


The 7.4V rechargeable lithium-ion batteries give you long-lasting warmth for up to 5 hours. You are also given the freedom to adjust the heat to your individual needs.  So as the day progresses and the weather warms up, simply lower the temperature settings to keep your body comfortable.

Heated base layers give you the energy and warmth you need to perform up to your fullest capabilities during the winter season. They are great for winter sport enthusiasts, but also work perfectly for a walk around the block, an late night concert, or while watching a evening football game.


A heated base layer is thin enough to be worn underneath your clothing without giving any indication that you have it on.  The form-fitting design is intended to fit snugly to the body for efficient heating and drying times.


It is time to welcome in a new system to stay warm in cold temperatures with a heated base layer.