7 Heated Socks to Warm Your Sole During Winter

Some times during winter, no matter how well you cover up, no matter how high the quality of wool in your socks is, and no matter how much of a technological marvel your winter boots are, your feet will always get cold. Your ears, throat, chest and hands will be comfortably warm but your toes will always be teetering on the edge of a frostbite. Whether it’s a brisk walk to the neighbourhood cafe to meet someone new over hot cocoa, or shovelling snow from your driveway in order to go to work, cold in your sole makes just about every daily task and chore impossible to do. Even activities like going on a trek or a drive to a winter Football game become impossible to do when you (literally) have cold feet. This winter, put an end to all that misery by picking up some of these heated socks, and wiggle your toes surrounded by warmth that will remind you of a fireplace.

7 Heated Socks to Warm Your Sole During Winter

HotHands HeatMax Heated Socks

We will start off the heated socks list with a pair that doesn’t come equipped with a built-in heating element like the rest of the heated socks featured here. These extremely affordable heated socks come with pockets to hold HotHands re-usable foot warmers. So you can stay warm and active, without worrying about your foot warmers going out of place.

Sharper Image Heated Socks

Sharper Image’s exhaustive catalogue includes a lot of cool gadgets that you see on the pages of an in-flight magazine. And if your flight is landing in Iceland, you will be much better off with this pair of heated socks. Made with a polyester-spandex blend, these heated socks shrug off any moisture real quick and retain their snug fit during any kind of winter activity such as skiing, snowboarding etc. The heated socks’ rechargeable battery powered heating elements run from your heel to toe, spreading warmth all over your sole.

Lenz Heat Socks 3.0

Ok, there is no other way to say it, so we will say it directly. These heated socks come with Bluetooth! On second thought, it isn’t really a surprise in our technology driven world. Just about everything else has Bluetooth, why leave heated socks behind? If you cough up the big bucks needed to pick up these heated socks, you also get a Bluetooth app on your phone which monitors battery levels and adjusts the heat output. Hey, it’s 2019, there is no such thing as technological overkill now.

Global Vasion Rechargeable Battery Heated Socks

These heated socks are equipped with a couple of rechargeable 3.7 volt Li-ion batteries (yes, the same as the ones in your laptop). Once you put on these heated socks and turn on the batteries, you can kiss cold feet goodbye and waltz into winter.

Autocastle Rechargeable Electric Heated Socks

The supermodels of the heated socks world. These pink beauties come with extremely thin heating modules which are barely noticeable while they are turned off. Once these heated socks turn on, they transport your feet straight to the front of a fireplace. Even the battery pack which comes with these heated socks is nice and slim. Like we said earlier, supermodels.

ActionHeat 5V Battery Heated Wool Socks

These heated socks are made with a wool-blend fabric which does a great job of trapping heat. So all the heat which the rechargeable 5 volt batteries generate, has no chance of escaping your feet. These socks have medium thickness which prevents heat from escaping, while also being flexible enough for outdoor activities.

VOLT Heat 3V Battery Heated Socks

These heated socks come with a remote control to adjust the heat output. So you can keep your hands in the pocket while your feet get their desired amount of warmth. These heated socks come with four heating options which can provide up to 10 hours of heating. These heated socks are also thin enough to be paired with common woollen socks without requiring to rent a garage to accommodate your feet.

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