Outdoor adventurers or those it would just like to keep warm in cooler climates may be interested in the Ember heated jacket created by the team over at Sierra Madre. The Ember is the company’s sixth Kickstarter campaign and has successfully raise the required funds thanks to nearly 1,000 backers to make the jump from concept into production. Offering a jacket that is 10 times more powerful than its competitors say the team at Sierra Madre.
Early bird pledges are available from $159 offering a considerable 32% discount off the recommended retail price, with worldwide shipping expected to take place during May 2020. Check out the videos below to learn more about the design of the jacket and the in-house power system which uses USB-C connectivity to provide instant heat thanks to up to 60W of power.
“Tired of the Layering Game? Us too. We’ve grown weary of the bulk battle and fluctuating temperatures. So we decided to make a lightweight insulated wearable that is perfect for Fall and Spring temps and uses instant heat to power you through Winter. Thanks to our USBC PD HiE Power Packs we can produce more than 10x the heat of our competitors – that’s heat you can ACTUALLY FEEL!”
“You want to warm up, not break a sweat. So, we built in breathability where you need it most! High-stretch, high-flow grid fleece flow vents on the back and under the arms allow excess heat to escape — BEFORE you break a sweat. Plus, waterproof heat panels and an IP65 rated Power Pack means that Ember stays warm and protected in even the heaviest downpour! “
For a full list of all available pledge options for the Ember heated jacket constructed from bamboo and graphene jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page which has six days remaining.