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These comfortable sock liners are constructed with a moisture wicking material that conforms to your foot for maximum comfort. This form fitting material also helps keep the heat pressed tightly to your foot for superior heat transfer.
With Microwire heat technology your feet will stay warm for hours on each charge. If you have ever suffered from cold feet this is the product for you! You can now have warm feet wherever you go. Keep in mind the socks will put out serious heat and you will need to use the controller on the battery to regulate for optimal thermal comfort.
Wide elastic band
Constructed with 4-way stretch fabric
Includes two (2) 7V rechargeable lithium batteries that hide away in a calf strap
Wiring harness available for use with waders or knee boots
This product is not designed to be used on motorcycles
Sock heating elements at bottom of foot only
90 day warranty
Core Heat Transfer System
7V 2.2Ah lithium-ion battery Power Source
Current 1.4A Watts 7.7W
Surface Temp 135°F
Approximate Heat Output and Duration:
Includes rechargeable lithium batteries with a built-in microprocessor controller.
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Terry G: keep my feet warm for ice fishingNov 28, 2014
Joan S: To warm up my feet since I plan on riding in this winter in order to save gas. I consider it an investment since I also plan to move back to the NE in a couple of years.Sep 10, 2014
Carol K: My husband has peripheral neuropathy in his feet and legs so they feel cold to him all the time He has trouble falling asleep when his feet feel so cold. After many tries with other socks, these are the socks that work to warm his feet at night so he can sleep well. Used nightly they lasted about 3 to 4 months, but, it is worth the price for him to be able to have warm feet.Apr 29, 2014
Jonathan R L: I need something portable to keep my feet warm had use them already work very well they are priceless in helping extend my time out in the cold weather of Indiana now 5 to 20 degree days now while hunting. These socks came with a Y-wire hook up for batteries very helpful make it easier to locate and adjust temperature when needed. Your the only store advertize this option. The price of the sock is expensive but all other stores offer them at same cost.Dec 12, 2013
A S:For me they were just not warm enough. I bought them for my job delivering packages in sweden especially when there was snow on the ground. They were not even close to warm enough for me so I sent them back and got the 12v pair. The 12v running off the flat battery pack that slips into the zipper pocket of the garbing 12v jacket gets them warm where I can never use the highest setting no matter how cold it is. The 7v socks and the 7v ski jacket from gerbing were luke warm at best. I love the 12v gear though.Nov 15, 2014
Jonathan R L:Your batteries strap to your leg above your sock under your clothing unless you get a Y-wire, which I use I run up under mine clothing to get to batteries in order to get to temperature setting in the batteries 25% -50%-75%-100% which it will be very hard to do on the bike wearing gloves and driving same time. Your batteries life 6hr @ 25% to 2hr @ 100% I run mine 50% I get 3 hour usage per battery I mainly use mine for hunting. You will be better off to get 12 volt system cost about same .Nov 15, 2014
reiner c:Not sure why they are not recommended for motorcycle us since I don't ride a bike anymore. I am using them at the Arctic Circle at the top of Alaska where I work and I use them with the 7v Gerbing heated gloves which are also terrific.Nov 15, 2014
Kim C:I have the batteries for the sock liner and they work great. You can adjust the temperature to 4 settings of varying degree of heat. The time listed on the package for number of hours of use per heat setting is pretty accurate. Yes, I would recommend the sock liners with batteries.Jul 8, 2014
Jonathan R L:They don't make temp controller for 7 volts system. Buy the 7 volts batteries they have four setting level 25% - 100%. I use 25%- 50% level to get 6 to 8 hour use when deer hunting Have a Y wire run up thru hunting bibs 1 single batteries at a time easier to set and control temp.Jul 8, 2014
LJVT:I am at the larger shoe size for my size range. I wear a womens 7.5 shoe. I could not possible go down a size and still fit the sock comfortably on my foot. This one is fairly form fitting. I do not have a wide foot, but the length would be a big issue for me if I tried to go smaller. Good luck!Dec 6, 2011
It's best to have someone do the measuring, relax and enjoy. Let your arms hang naturally by your sides. Have the measuring tape fit snugly against the body and even to the ground. Liners are meant to be worn under outerwear clothing.
Chest - Measure around the fullest area of the chest, holding tape firm and level. Hold arms out, place tape, drop arms and record measurement.
Waist - Measure loosely at your natural waistline, typically above your beltline and closer to your bellybutton.
Hips - Measure around the fullest part of seat while standing and while sitting. Record the higher number.
Outseam - Measure from the top of the waistband to the bottom of the ankle, remember pants and pant liners will lose some length when in the sitting or riding position.
Sleeve Length - Measure from the top of the shoulder bone to the bottom of the wrist bone. Measure both arms as one arm may be longer than the other.
Men's and Women's Socks
Men's Shoe Size
Women's Shoe Size
Sizing information is provided by the manufacturer and does not guarantee a perfect fit.