Milwaukee Tool expands heated clothing line

June 29, 2020 -  By
Milwaukee Tool's USB rechargeable Heated Workskin Midweight Base Layer. (Photo Milwaukee Tool)

Milwaukee Tool’s USB rechargeable Heated Workskin Midweight Base Layer. (Photo: Milwaukee Tool)

This fall, Milwaukee Tool will expand its lineup of heated gear with the USB rechargeable Heated Workskin Midweight Base Layer.

Built to be worn alone or easily layered underneath common job site apparel, the new base layer combines the comfort of workwear with Milwaukee’s heated gear technology to provide users with an all-in-one heated solution.

For versatility and total body warmth, the Heated Workskin Midweight Base Layer is powered by the Redlithium USB 3.0-ah battery with carbon-fiber heating elements for even heat distribution throughout the chest and upper back. A one-touch LED controller allows users to select from two heat settings for ideal heat in any environment and a quick-heat function provides heat three times faster. Constructed with a double-lined, polyester body, fleece-lined arms, raglan sleeves and seamless shoulders, the Heated Workskin Midweight Base Layer equips users with a midweight heated layer, while maintaining an improved range of motion and comfort.

Along with the new product, the company made updates to its heated gear lineup for this fall. New to the heated gear lineup, the M12 Heated Hoodie is now available in navy blue, in addition to gray, black and red color offerings. The M12 Heated Hoodies use carbon-fiber heating elements to create and distribute heat to the chest and back. A Quick-Heat function helps deliver heat three times faster than before, fully heating up the hoodie faster than other heated gear on the market. Combining a durable cotton/polyester exterior with a waffle weave thermal lining, these hoodies provide a versatile solution to keep heat in and allow users to shed bulky layers. The heated hoodies will continue to feature three heat settings, up to six hours of run time, a fitted hood for use under a hard hat and a rib-knit waist and cuff.


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