Sidas Neo Set + H insole Flat

Sidas Neo Set + H insole Flat
Sidas Neo Set + H insole Flat
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Neo Set + H insole Flat by Sidas
Instead of losing all the feeling in your toes after a day of skiing, actually enjoy your time skiing with the family with the help of the Sidas Neo Set with H Insole Flat. Providing five hours of constant heat to your boot, you'll be able to keep your toes warm and alive even when the temperatures are dipping into the single digits. The rechargeable batteries provide up to five hours of consistent warmth, and the trim-to-fit insoles keep your feet warm, happy, and comfortable, which'll make your skiing that much better. The soft fabric top layer provides good cushioning and extra insulation from the cold, while the multi-size design offers handy trimming lines on the reverse to customize the fit.

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