Monday, January 6, 2014

Heat Holders Review & Giveaway

With the temperature being very cold this winter I am very grateful for my new socks Heat Holders. I was recently given the opportunity to review these socks fuchsia for women and black for menthe way they work is they have 3 layers first layer is insulated yarn the second layer is long looped thermal pile and the third layer is soft brush inner and they keep you 7x warmer than regular cotton socks and 3x warmer than ordinary thermal socks. They are better than heated, electric or battery operated socks because you can just put them on without fussing with batteries, wires etc. To learn more visit http://usa.heatholders.com/ . They have Men’s ,Women’s and Kids socks.
My Opinion: It has been cold here way below zero and wearing these in my boots helped keep my feet warmer and I was so very grateful for that as I have to get outside to walk my dog and get fresh air and move around. These will be great for skiing and snowmobiling.
Disclaimer: I was in no way compensated for this review and this is solely my own opinion which may differ from yours.
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8 comments:

  1. I learned they come in a variety of colors and I can get them at Kohl/s

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  2. I learned that the company was established in 1947 in England.

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  3. I learned that the socks are made using a unique 3 step process which makes them the Warmest Thermal Socks.
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  4. I learned that Heat Holders are over 7x warmer than regular cotton socks and 3x warmer than ordinary thermal socks and are made using a 3-step process. Also, they offer free shipping if you order 2 or more pairs

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  5. I learned Heat Holders are 3x warmer than ordinary thermal socks

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  6. Free shipping on 2 pairs. I like the LADIES ORIGINAL DEEP FUCHSIA
    Thanks for the contest.

    slehan at juno dot com

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  7. They are amazing, I bought two for my wife for Christmas, and they are the warmest socks ever.

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  8. I learned that these thermal socks are very warm.

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