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Winter weather is here unfortunately. Stay warm with Heat Holders. They sell a variety of items to brave the cold.
Heat Holders inventor, David Doughty, spent his working life making and selling socks. Laid off from his factory job in the late 70s, he bought a machine with his severance check and began making socks in his garage. By the 80s, he’d built up a thriving business that employed over 200 people.
Things got tougher in the 90s. Imports flooded the market, forcing David to switch from manufacturing to importing. Socks got cheaper, but they got thinner and lighter too – and people’s feet got colder.
15 million pairs of Heat Holders® later, the message of warmth continues to spread all over the world. We expanded our sock range to include more styles, fits and patterns. And we helped customers feel warm all over with new Heat Holders® hats, gloves, tights, leggings, thermal underwear, fleece and blankets. Nearly ten years after David’s epiphany on the soccer field, The Heat Holders® product range continues to grow adapt and evolve to our customers’ needs. Then, as now, it’s Heat Holders® – Making Life Warmer ™.
I get cold easily and I hate being cold, thank goodness for Heat Holders.
I live in South Western PA. We don’t always get high snow amounts in the winter, we do however get very frigid temperatures. It is important to wear appropriate clothing. I tend to wear layers of clothing because I use the public transportation to get around town.
The ladies (women’s) chunky cable hat is knitted in an attractive, soft marl two-colored twist yarn with a ribbed hem and incorporates the latest HeatWeaver® thermal lining, a luxurious, plush fur-like insulating fabric, that maximizes the amount of warm air held close to the skin.
The silky, soft lining doesn’t just feel luxurious, it also assures you of cozy fingers in the harsh winter. The gloves‘ cuffs are extra long, ensuring that there is no chilly gap between your wrists and your sleeves, with elasticated ribbing to hold them secure and close to your skin.
I’m in love with my matching cream colored hat and gloves. I’ve finally found a way to stay warm when spending time outside this winter.
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