No more cold feet!
Heated Insoles offer convenient remote operation, no wires or external batteries, and at least 2,500 hours of toasty heat to warm cold feet for about four winters of heavy use:
- Rechargeable Heated Insoles are operated by a wireless remote control while the Insoles are inside your shoes or boots
- Uses high-tech wireless thermal technology—no wires, extension cords, Velcro® straps, or battery strap brackets, and no batteries mounted to the ankle, shoe, or waist
- Charge lasts up to 5 hours of constant use (on medium heat setting)
- Powered by rechargeable, built-in lithium-ion polymer batteries are embedded in the insoles
- Adjustable to three temperature settings to warm cold feet by remote control: no heat, medium (100 degrees Fahrenheit), and high (111 degrees Fahrenheit)
- Can be recharged at least 500 times using the included charger.
- It’s how to keep feet warm while hunting, working, or playing outdoors
- Small, lightweight remote control operates Heated Insoles and fits into a pocket or attaches to a belt
- Recharges in 4 hours
- Water resistant
- Fit easily into your shoes or boots
- Package includes: 2 Heated Insoles equipped with integrated rechargeable lithium-ion polymer batteries; 1 remote control with battery; 1 global charger; 1 instruction booklet.
Customizable Sizes for Men and Women
- Fits men’s shoe sizes 6.5 to 14.5 and women’s shoe sizes 6.5 to 14.5
- Can be trimmed to fit almost any shoe size
These are standard equipment for skiers, snowboarders, hunters, campers, hikers, bird watchers or anyone who likes to do stuff outdoors in the cold. Also great for arthritis, Raynaud’s, lupus, scleroderma, Sjogren’s, myalgia or just poor circulation, please consult your physician.
You may want to do a lot of thing outdoor in the winter. The only problem is you always have extreme difficulty keeping warm.
If you are an outdoor enthusiast or spend a fair amount of time working outside, there are few things worse than having cold feet. If your feet don't stay warm you not only compromise your level of comfort but also your ability to "stick it out". The last thing you want to have happen after hiking 45 minutes in to your favorite spot is for numb, aching toes to drive you out of your tree stand and back to your truck before you even see a shot.
What can you do? External heat sources! Modern Technology comes to the rescue again. You ever use those little chemical hand warmers? They work great don't they? There are little packs like that are meant to work in your boots, but not too effective. There is a better way, rechargeable battery heated clothing! 4 to 6 hours heat per charge. Turn On/Off anytime.
WHY YOUR FINGERS AND TOES ARE THE FIRST TO GET COLD
There are several things that you may like to do in the winter such as Skiing, Hiking, Watching, Hunting, Fishing,Biking, just enjoying the outdoors, etc.
You would think that when the body sensed the fingers and toes were getting cold that it would turn up the heat to those areas of the body by increasing blood flow to those areas. However, that is NOT what happens. The body does EXACTLY THE OPPOSITE! It starts shutting down blood flow to those areas. Why?
There is a thing called the survival mechanism which we all have. When the body is exposed to cold it goes into survival mode. The priority is to keep the internal organs warm at all cost even if it means sacrificing the limbs of the body. Rather than try to maintain normal temperature at the extremities of the body, these parts are slowly cut off by reducing blood flow to those areas in order to preserve the core body temperature consisting of the chest, abdominal area and head.
Until you know what is going on it doesn't make sense to bundle up those areas that feel warm as one would think you would then become too hot in those areas! The reason you don't notice the cold as much in your chest, abdominal area or head is due to the survival mechanism. You don't feel the cold in these areas simply because they are NOT cold and they are NOT cold because the body is working overtime to maintain normal body temperature in those areas. These areas warm and not only will your feet and hands not get cold but you will have more energy available for other tasks! Your body knows this and that is why the feet and hands get cold first.