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INSTRUCTION MANUAL
  • SKI/SNOWBOARD BOOTS DRYER AND WARMER
  • GLOVES AND SOCKS DRYER AND WARMER
  • SKI BOOTS FITTING SYSTEM
  • 12V/AC/110V/DC OR 220V/DC
  • HELMET POCKET
  • GOOGLE POCKET
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
The Hot Gear System heats and dires ski and snowboard boots, gloves, socks, and apparel in just a few hours.

Plug the bag's 12V outlet into your vehicle's power jack or cigarette lighter to keep ski/snowboard boots, gloves and socks dry, warm and comfortable.

For even better results, plug the bag into the 110 or 220V outlet for over-night heating and drying.

  • Stay warm and dry!
  • The unique Hot Gear System works heating the shell of the boot. The shell transfers the heat into the inner liner. Then the heat reaches the boot so that - within a few hours - even the wettest shells and liners are completely dry, without ever needing to remove the liner from the boot.

  • Have better-fitting boots.
  • Warm and heated boots are easier to put on and adjust instantly to the foot. The shells readily adapt to the feet and liners. Softened lining materials feel much more conmfartable and supportive.

  • Keep your feet comfortable all day long.
  • The Hot Gear System's warmth and comfort transforms your mountain experience! Closing and adjusting buckles is easier. And the warmth invigorates your feet and body. When your boots are warm, performance and comfort is echanced.

    Since 2004, the top Worl Cup racers have relied on Hot Gear System bags. This bag is unmatched by any other system on the market.
    Hot Gear System consists of the following parts
    1 - Heating element:
    The Hot Gear System heating element (US Patent Pending) has been specifically developed and is ONLY for use in bags adapted and approved by Hot Gear. The element may only be used for the sole purpose of drying and heating ski/snowboard boots and accessories.

    The Hot Gear System heating element is assembled within an isulated sleeve which is attached to the inside of the bag with Velcro fastening strips.

    The heating element consists of temperature controls and quick-connections for 110V/DC/12V/AC, for all North American markets, or 220V/DC/12V/AC for all European markets.

    The system-heating element can be easily removed for service or for using the bag without the element. When reinstalling, the heating element must be properly aligned and firmly attached to all Velcro strips within the bag before use.

    Before you start using the Hot Gear bag:

    • Make sure the cord is connected to the heating element extension cord
    • Do NOT fold the heating element while in use.
    • Do NOT leave the heating element plugged in for more than 12 hours at a time
    • Do NOT use the Hot Gear System heating element if the cover is damaged
    • Remove the Hot Gear System heating element and controls when washing the bag.
    2 - Heating element controls:
    The Hot Gear System bags are desinged to be used with separate heating elements for 100V and 220V.

    • The cables of 110V/AC 12V/DC are BLACK
    • The cables of 220V/AC 12V/DC are WHITE

    3 - The four way control switch has three temperatures settings and one off position:


    • HOT is set for 70°C=150°F
    • DRY is set for 60°C=130°F
    • WARM is set for 50°C=122°F

    The controls are supplied with two cable cords:

    4 - Cable cord 110/220V AC (length 8.20 feet/250cm).

    5 - Cable cord for 12V DC (length 8 feet/250cm).

    Heating element specifications:
    SINGLE model elements:

    12V (DC) - 55W; 2.7
    110V (AC) - 90W; 0.82AMP; 134Ω
    220V (AC) - 90W; 0.41AMP; 538Ω
    BAG MEASUREMENTS AND VOLUME:

    Classic
    25x43x38 cm. 10x17x15" 40 liter
    Ajax
    25x33x29 cm. 10x14x12" 25 liter
    Single
    25x33x29 cm. 10x14x12" 25 liter
    Pro
    25x43x58 cm. 10x17x23" 62 liter
    Double
    99x36x40 cm. 39x40x16" 70 liter
    DOUBLE model elements:

    12V (DC) - 55W; 2.7
    110V (AC) - 115W; 1.048AMP; 105Ω
    220V (AC) - 15W; 0.5AMP; 421Ω
    * The element for the Single model bag has only "ON" and "OFF" as funstions. "ON" 70°C-150°F
    Hot Gear System User Instructions

    1. Before using your Hot Gear System bag, make sure that the heating element is securely attached to ALL Velcro strips in the bottom and the walls of the bag.

    2. Plug the AC plug into an outlet.

    3. Turn the switch to the desired setting.

    4. Insert your boots and close the bag.

    For best results, heat your boots for a minimum of six hours.

    If your boots and accessories are wet, leave the top of the bag slightly open.
    You can dry gloves, socks and other accessories by storing them in the mesh pockets located in the top or inside of the bag.

    Use the AC automobile plug to keep the bag heated while traveling.

    Warnings:

    Do NOT leave the bag plugged in for more than 12 hours.
    Do NOT leave the bag plugged into the cigarette lighter when the motor is not running. This may deplete the car battery.
    DO NOT USE THE BAG WHILE FOLDED.
    DO NOT PLACE ANY OTHER OBJECTS ON THE TOP OF THE BAG OR TIE OBJECTS TO BAG.
    Never pull the bag by the supply cord or use the cord as a handle.
    Never wash bag without first removing the heating element.
    * If you have had custom work done on your boots or if you have temperature-sensitive orthotics, check with your boot technician before using this bag. As a precaution we recommend using the DRY setting of the control switch.