Free toe warmers with your purchase!
These heated boot and shoe insoles are strong, durable, comfortable and very warm. The heating element runs down the entire length of the insole which is especially useful whilst travelling on the ski lift, or even if you have a long wait at the bus stop in the winter. Invaluable for people who suffer from cold hands or feet, such as those who suffer from Raynaud's Disease, Raynaud's Disease or Raynaud's Phenomenon
Dr Rob Hicks
First described by Maurice Raynaud in 1862, Raynaud's is thought to affect as many as 10 million people in the UK.
Extreme cases suffering severe pain in the extremities when exposed to temperature change. The temperature of your hands and feet will dramatically affect the ambient body temperature, so keep your extremities warm.
- "Warmawear" insoles come with a extra-long 30in lead from the battery back to the insole, which means you can use them with ski boots
- With "Warmawear" insoles, the heating element runs down the whole length of the foot
- Cut and trim your insole down to fit any size shoe
- 3 hour battery life with Duracell
- Available in one size which can be cut down to fit almost any size shoe or boot, but should work well with any size between US 6 and US 10
- As a rough guide to help you to decide which size you need, there are lines marked out on the insoles. We recommend cutting them down gradually to achieve the best fit
- Each battery pack requires 3 standard or rechargeable 'AA' batteries for each side (not included)
- Unisex design is ideal for both men and women
How do they work?
The insoles feature an advanced battery operated heating system, which circulates gentle warmth around the feet running down the whole length of the foot including the toes - which are the areas most prone to the cold.
Supplied with battery boxes and garters to attach to your leg. When switched on, they will heat your feet up quickly yet gently with over 3 hours of hot time from good quality batteries. This time can be dramatically increased if you only have them switched on for short bursts.
Which batteries should I buy?