Hotronic Hotronic Heat Sock Set XLP ONE + PFI 50

Hotronic Hotronic Heat Sock Set XLP ONE + PFI 50
Hotronic Hotronic Heat Sock Set XLP ONE + PFI 50
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Heat Sock Set XLP ONE + PFI 50 by Hotronic
It's hard to get excited about skiing when the temperature at the top of the resort hovers below freezing and your toes ache from the cold before you even get one run in. That's why Hotronic created the Heat Socks XLP One. Crafted from a wool blend, these socks naturally provide temperature and moisture regulation. A powerful integrated heating element delivers heat from the top of the sock to the toes and ball of your foot. The XLP One battery pack delivers constant heating power from start to finish, so your toes won't get chilled towards the end of the day. A variety of settings allows you to adjust the sock for customized comfort throughout changing conditions.

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SKU: HOT0008
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