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Dec 23

Stay warm with Heat Holders

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Heat Holders are socks that are designed to keep your body heat inside the socks. I’m happy to bring you this review.

About Heat Holders:

Our company was established in 1947 in England. At that time the company used to trade yarn. The last few decades our company has been manufacturing, importing and distributing socks.
Our North American office is based out of Oakville, Ontario in Canada. We have multiple warehouses and fulfillment centers. Shipments for this website are serviced through our fulfillment center in North Carolina.
Heat Holders was developed by our talented product development team in house. The challenge was to make a sock that would be the warmest sock ever and comfortable and practical to wear in daily life. It wasn’t easy, but our team came up with Heat Holders in 2008.
Since then we have sold more than 10 million pairs worldwide and our distribution continues to grow. This growth is because of our customers who are truly satisfied with Heat Holders. Whether they are at Home, at Work or at Play in the cold winter months, there is a pair of Heat Heat Holders for them, which keeps them warm, comfortable and safe.

Men's Big Foot

 

Product Description:

Size: Men’s 13-15
Also fits: Ladies 14-16

Extra Large Big Foot style for shoe size 13-15, now with an extra long leg up to the knee and elasticated foot & ankle support.

For intense insulation for your legs pull on this pair of Long Big Foot Heat Holders thermal socks. In a up to the knee length, enjoy the extreme warmth that the 2.34 tog rated socks will provide.

Thick, chunky and with a massive tog rating of 2.34, Heat Holders are made from a specially developed heavy bulk yarn which has extreme thermal qualities. With long pile cushioning, these thermal socks will help keep feet fully comfortable and supported. 

The inside of each sock has been intensively brushed that not only feels sensationally soft but also traps warm air close to the skin keeping your feet warmer for longer.

Fiber Composition: 91% Acrylic, 5% Nylon, 3% Polyester, 1% Elastane.

Price: $17.99

Heat Holders® are non-binding. They are diabetic friendly and provide relief for cold feet due to circulation problems.

My Review:

My husband suffers from neuropathy which makes him cold all the time. He complains that his hands and feet are freezing all the time no matter what the temperature in the room is or outside. These socks are prefect for him. 

The socks are thick but also breathable. While they keep his feet warm, they don’t make his feet sweat. When his heat feel warmer, he feels warmer in general. 

He usually only wears these in the house. Since the socks are bulky, he has to allow that bulk in the laces of his shoes. He prefers his shoes to be super tight. That is the only drawback we’ve found with these socks.

Heat holders sells more than just socks. I feel these products are a must have for anyone that has circulation problems.

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About the author

Gina

Hi, I’m Gina and owner of this blog. I'm married with numerous nieces and a nephews. I live in the Pittsburgh PA area. To work with me for a review for you, contact me at: libraryofreviews@gmail.com

1 comment

  1. rebretta

    Have to try these! I freeze all winter long and just can’t seem to ever get warm!

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