Milwaukee 201G M12™ Heated Jacket – Gray

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Milwaukee 201G M12™ Heated Jacket – Gray

The 201G M12™ Heated TOUGHSHELL™ Jacket Kit includes:

  • 201G M12™ Heated TOUGHSHELL™ Jacket
  • 48-11-2420 M12™ REDLITHIUM™ CP2.0 Battery Pack
  • Charger 

The 201G M12™ Heated TOUGHSHELL™ Jacket Only includes:

  • 201-G M12™ Heated TOUGHSHELL™ Jacket

Features and Specifications:

  • Quick-heat function reaches selected temperature 3X FASTER
  • One-touch LED controller with 3 heat settings per heat zone – High, Medium, Low
  • Carbon fiber heating elements create and distribute heat to the chest, back and front hand pockets
  • Up to 8 hours of run-time with M12™ REDLITHIUM™ 2.0 Compact Battery Pack
  • Heating Zones: Chest, Back and Pockets
  • Washer and dryer safe
  • Wind and water resistant
  • DWR (Durable Water Repellent) Coating fights the elements
  • ToughShell™ Stretch Polyester outer material delivers 5X Longer Life
  • Wind/water resistant FreeFlex™ Mobility Gussets
  • Stretch Polyester and Mobility Gussets provide enhanced mobility
  • Inner material made of brushed tricot
  • High loft insulation to trap heat
  • Adjustable cuffs and waist with drop tail extended back
  • Length: 20″
  • Width: 12-1/2″


  • 3 – Outer zip pockets
  • Inner zip pocket
  • Low-profile battery pocket

Available in the following colors:

Men’s Heated Gear Sizing Chart
Size Chest Waist
S 38″ to 40″ (96.5 cm to 101.6 cm) 30″ to 32″ (76.2 cm to 81.3 cm)
M 40″ to 42″ (101.6 cm to 106.7 cm) 32″ to 34″ (81.3 cm to 86.4 cm)
L 42″ to 44″ (106.7 cm to 111.8 cm) 34″ to 36″ (86.4 cm to 91.4 cm)
XL 44″ to 46″ (111.8 cm to 116.8 cm) 36″ to 38″ (91.4 cm to 96.5 cm)
2X 46″ to 48″ (116.8 cm to 121.9 cm) 38″ to 40″ (96.5 cm to 101.6 cm)
3X 48″ to 50″ (121.9 cm to 127 cm)
40″ to 42″ (101.6 cm to 106.7 cm)


Milwaukee Heated Gear Sizing Chart

Additional information

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S, M, L, XL, 2X, 3X


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1 review for Milwaukee 201G M12™ Heated Jacket – Gray

  1. Edward

    Wind cuts through the material, unlike the Axis jacket which is lighter. I have both and can confirm this grey hardshell comes in handy for falling types of weather, the axis keeps you going while your staying still. I enjoy the jacket. I’ve had a hardshell and the hoody as well in the past. It’s a decent investment because there is more expensive regular jackets out there the biggest gripe is charging a battery. Get a second one on sale and here’s a perk.. when your cold you turn it on your warm. You need the coverage but don’t want to be jacket less you turn it off and it keeps you decent. Rather a full heavy jacket if you overheat you can’t take it off without changing it to something else.

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