These are colder times ahead. Below are some heated products guaranteed to keep you warm throughout the winter.
Outdoor Research Gripper Sensor Gloves
These gloves are durable and have batteries installed inside them that extend heat from the back of the hand to the fingertips during extremely cold weather conditions. The batteries are in a zipped pocket and are rechargeable. Buttons on the gloves allow the consumer to adjust the heat as needed. The gloves are also windproof and water resistant and ideal for travelers exploring extremely cold climates or anyone who plans to go snowboarding or skiing. They are also touchscreen compatible.
Nomad Men’s Heated Jacket, Victoria Women’s Heated Coat
These jackets will keep anyone going through extreme cold weather conditions. The battery life lasts up to nine hours on low heat, and there are three levels of heat: low, medium and high. The material is lightweight, weighing 2.31–2.67 pounds, depending on the size, and is wind and water resistant. They feature four heated zones in the chest with a large zone across the back. It is safe for machine washing.
Tread Heated Socks
The feet usually get really cold especially when the correct boots are not worn. Worry no more because the Tread Heated Socks comes to your rescue. They have up to 12 hours of battery life, are remote controlled and have heat zones beneath the toes in each sock. It is safe to be used in the washer and is 100 percent cotton.
Stay warm and cozy!
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