Therm-ic C-Pack 1300

Therm-ic C-Pack 1300
Therm-ic C-Pack 1300
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C-Pack 1300 by Therm-ic
Avoid cutting your dream ski day short by clipping on the Therm-IC C-Pack 1300 and feeling the relieving warmth pump through your insoles. This simple battery pack can be quick charged in about six hours to provide up to 13 hours of toe saving warmth.

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SKU: THC000J
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