Lenz 4.0 Heat Socks & rcB 1200 Lithium Packs

Lenz 4.0 Heat Socks & rcB 1200 Lithium Packs
Lenz 4.0 Heat Socks & rcB 1200 Lithium Packs
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4.0 Heat Socks & rcB 1200 Lithium Packs by Lenz
The Lenz 4. 0 Heat Socks come packed to the brim with all of the attributes you would expect from a performance sock with the added benefit of heat. These socks wick moisture, allow your foot to breath, and eliminate odor all while warming up your toes via subtle heating elements. Small Lithium heating packs press onto studs on the leg band to provide heat and allow you to cycle between the three different temperature settings--you can also use your smart phone to cycle these settings. After a long and comfortable day on the slopes with ultimate climate control toss these socks into the washer like any other socks so that you can enjoy your time on hill tomorrow.

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SKU: LEN000B
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