About Mobile Warming® Technology by Fieldsheer
Proprietary Mobile Warming® Technology by Fieldsheer® is specially engineered for cold weather conditions. Whether it’s for Sporting, Farm & Fleet, or Outdoor industry, garments equipped with Mobile Warming® technology by Fieldsheer® are simply the warmest, most comfortable, and easily controllable garments on the market today. Let’s look at the technology – and the brand that introduced it.
The brainchild of Fieldsheer®, the leading manufacturer of performance heated apparel since 2004, our in-house staff of engineers developed Mobile Warming® technology. This exclusive technology offers Bluetooth integration, allowing users to wirelessly select heat levels and check the battery remotely from any Smartphone using the exclusive MW Connect™ mobile app, the brains behind the technology. The MW Connect® App pairs and syncs with the consumer’s Mobile Warming® garments for a level of control not found in competitive garments. The combination of unique materials, construction techniques, battery designs with advanced charging circuitry, and innovative heating panels (we build our own high density heating panels that use efficient Far-Infrared heat), results in the most advanced heated gear for many outdoor applications.
Fieldsheer® garments with Mobile Warming® technology feature anti-microbial and Anti-Static properties, as well as Rainguard and Phoslite technologies. Heating is controlled through a proprietary waterproof control button integrated into the garment. The control button turns heating on/off and allow users to select four different heat levels. Our four power output heat levels are 100%, 75%, 50% and 25%. When initially turning on heat use 100% output for Instant Heat™ and then turn it down to your desired heat level to preserve battery life.
With a solid reputation as the leading manufacturer of performance heated apparel since 2004, the company has more than lived up to its billing, manufacturing a full line of exceptional gear, for both men and women. The technology and materials behind this line are impressive: Wind-Shark®, Phosolite, Carbolex-HD, proprietary fabrics, PolyTitanium Mesh, Teramid, and Monaco Premium Leather are just some of the elements that make this line durable, protective, and stylish. Fieldsheer® apparel and accessories are sold online at www.fieldsheer.com, and through a nationwide network of resellers.
Fieldsheer® Fact Sheet
|CORPORATE HEADQUARTERS:||2910 Norman Strasse Road, Suite 104, San Marcos, CA|
|MISSION:||To provide the most advanced, stylish and functional heated clothing for a wide variety of end-user markets, including motorcycle gear, outdoor work, and outside recreation.|
|PRODUCTS:||Mobile Warming Technology by Fieldsheer®, a patented apparel-heating technology incorporated into a full line of outdoor apparel and accessories|
|PRINCIBLE:||Mark Gandy, Co-CEO|
|OWNERSHIP:||Privately owned: both Fieldsheer®, Mobile Warming® Technology, and Mobile Cooling™ Technology are brands of Fieldsheer Apparel Technologies|
Mobile Warming Technology by Fieldsheer: Growth Outlook
A study from Market Research ReportsResearch says that Heated Clothing Market will register an 18.6% CAGR in terms of revenue, reach US$ 120 million by 2023, from US$ 44 million in 2017. Most heated clothing is designed for cold-weather sports and activities, such as motorcycle riding, downhill skiing, diving, winter biking, and snowmobiling, trekking and for outdoor workers such as construction workers and carpenters. The heated clothing is produced primarily in U.S. and Western European countries. The key markets of consumption are located in developed countries. The United States takes the market share of 47%, followed by Europe with 41% in 2016. The heated clothing industry is also catching the eye of the media; in fact, there are a number of media outlets that are covering the heated apparel trend quite extensively. Again, this is a growing market, as the ability to control heat flow for a specific period of time during peak cold periods is one that greatly interests consumers.
KC Bean, Chief Executive Officer
KC Bean has nearly 20 years of consumer electronics experience holding senior executive positions with companies like Directed Electronics and Lifecore Fitness. Before joining Fieldsheer Apparel Technologies, he served as Chief Executive Officer at MantelMount, the premier manufacturer of full-motion TV mounts. He has extensive experience in strategy, business development, and operations counseling. He also has experience with early-growth companies and assembling teams capable of high-level execution.
Eric Creagh, Financial Controller
Eric comes to Fieldsheer Apparel Technologies with 24 years of experience in operations and financial management. He has worked in a wide range of industries from wetsuit manufacturing to golf club design to fitness equipment. Before joining Fieldsheer, Eric served as Financial Controller for LifeCORE Fitness, Inc.,a leading fitness equipment designer and manufacturer located in Carlsbad, CA. He also held the position of Supply Chain Finance Manager for TaylorMade Golf Company.
John Cacopardo, Vice President
With over 25 years of CE experience, John leads the sales team for Fieldsheer. His focus is selling quality products to the Sporting, Farm & Fleet, and Outdoor industry. He is responsible for product positioning, building brand equity in multiple channels and establishing partnerships with retailers and other leading brands. He helped launched Sirius Satellite, calling on national retail accounts, and was also cofounder of UCLEAR digital, a Bluetooth communication start-up.
Tyson Mackjust, Vice President, Product Development
Tyson is responsible for supply chain management, quality management, product portfolio and process management. Tyson brings over 20 years of experience in multiple roles for consumer electronics product development activities and process solutions. Prior to joining Mobile Warming, Tyson was Director of Product Development at Mophie where he managed suppliers, document control, and developed products/processes. He was also Product Development manager for Directed Electronics, Inc.