They have been expanding their dealer network, so they are easier to find. I haven't found a discounter, but it's nice to be able to try them on before you buy. Don't know what part of NE Pa you're in, but Lebanon Valley Cycle has an ad in KMP for their Gerbings.
I bought a complete outfit for my wife on e-bay. Do a search for Gerbing on e-bay. The seller has several items you can make an offer on, everything is new, & you can specify the size you want! The dealer is located in North Jersey. I happen to be in NJ working & stopped by to pick the items up. VERY good people to deal with.
I'm not affiliated with them, just a very satisfied customer
i would suggest going to most any large Harley dealler because Gerbings makes Harleys heated clothing, try it on for fit then order it from Gerbings over the phone or internet, if u buy from Harley it comes with a one year warranty, if u buy from Gerbings it has a lifetime warranty
i have only seen it discounted once and that was at a rally that happened to have at least 3 Gerbings dealers competing for the bussiness, they were selling the jacket linner for $180
I just got finished buying new Gerbings. 1st off, Harley stores are more expensive than Gerbing themselves. They say Harley on the Jackets, if that matters to you. They only go by S,M,L,XL. Not the true Gerbing sizing. BMW stores sell them also. They are a few dollars more than Gerbing also. The guy took about 30 minutes with me to go over everything, so I didnt mind paying an extra $ 3.00 for a jackt liner. I ended up getting my jacket liner and socks with him. They did not have my Dual Permament Controler in stock. I ordered that from Gerbing. The ladies name was Heather. Very nice to work with. Listen to this. She accidently sent me a single Perm Controler. I called her and she said keep the single, you might need it some day, and sent me thre dual with no added expense. If I had to do it all over again. I would just order straight from Gerbing. Nobody is going to be that much lower and then your in the system.
I went the same route as sleddog from the dealer located in NJ. When he puts stuff up for auction he has a make offer deal going too. Of course with colder weather here and winter approaching you may not see this as often.
Definitely get a controller to adjust the temperature.
after about 3 years gave in and bought a used Heat Troller from a board member, WOW what a nice improvment ! works way better than the on-off switch, now i carry the on-off switch for backup just in case the heat troller fails some cold day a long ways from home
If you have a chance to get to one of the shows they will be at it would pay to visit them there so you can try them on. We went to the Detroit Motorcycle Show which is 2 hrs away and bought them there after trying on the differnt sizes and type.