Heat Holders Socks
- By Pete Moore
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- Last updated: 25/01/2017
Demanding professions such as the police and the military often involve spending long periods of time outdoors. Whether stationed with our forces around the world, or on the streets at home, individuals within the police and military can be plagued by the discomfort of cold feet.
However, leading thermal sock brand Heat Holders are on a mission to banish cold feet and ensure warmth and comfort for everyone, including those who do so much to ensure our safety. The trick is in the Tog rating! With a massive Tog rating of 2.34, as far as has ever been tested, Heat Holders are the warmest thermal socks in the world. The unique extra long looped thermal pile has been specially developed for Heat Holders to lock in warm air. Keeping the warm air close to the skin, this innovative knitting technology keeps feet warmer for longer.
The advanced insulating yarn created for Heat Holders provides high performance insulation and superior moisture wicking abilities, drawing moisture away from the body.
Since launching a number of years ago, Heat Holders have received hugely positive reviews from individuals in many different kinds of employment that the superior warmth of Heat Holders helps them to concentrate on their job at hand and focus on their performance. This results not only in superior comfort but also in superior results!
One of their most popular products are specially designed wellie socks, providing extra length and warmth for wearing under wellington boots.
Helping to ensure complete protection, the Heat Holders range also includes a number of other cold weather products, such as their hats, gloves and thermal underwear. Heat Holders are rapidly becoming a kit bag essential for military and police personnel everywhere – and they don’t cost a fortune. Heat Holders Original Socks are £6, Heat Holders Long Socks are £8, Thermal Underwear (Mens) are around £12 for vests and £12 for long john pants (sold separately).
For stockists go to the website at www.heatholders.com.