Heat Holders

We live in Pennsylvania and it can get COLD here. In fact, we are expecting several inches of snow to fall this week! We have a lot of tile and hardwood in our downstairs and those floors can be cold for sure. It’s weather like this that I love having a pair of Heat Holders in my dresser drawer.


Heat Holders are probably one of the best pairs of thermal socks I have worn. Heat Holders are made using a three stage process. An advanced insulating yarn is used to construct a sock with a long loop thermal pile which is then intensely brushed. This traps warm air generated by your body closer to your skin for longer, keeping you warm and comfortable. In addition, the socks are made using acrylic yarn, which is great at wicking away moisture, so instead of your feet being sweaty, they stay toasty and warm!

These are great socks to use for outside actives that might otherwise freeze your toesies such as hunting, hiking, skiing, or even sled riding! In fact, Heat Holders makes knee-high socks that are perfect for under boots.


Heat Holders gave both myself and my husband the opportunity to try out a pair of their socks and I have to say that my husband LOVES them. He wears them with slippers, with shoes, or just wears the socks around the house. What is nice is that the finely brushed yard that is inside the socks makes you feel like you are walking on a cloud. You can even get Heat Holders with grippers on the bottom so you don’t accidentally slip!

Heat Holders socks are unisex and are easily interchangeable depending on your shoe size and color preference. There are two sizes available; size small, which fits a women’s shoe size of 5-9 and men’s sizes 4-8; and large which fits a women’s shoe size of 8-13 and men’s sizes 7-12. They are also available in a variety of colors.

If you are wanting to try Heat Holders for yourself, you can order them online through the Heat Holders website or through Amazon. I am also giving one lucky reader the opportunity to win a pair of Heat Holders socks. The giveaway runs through 11:59 p.m. EST on December 10, 2013. Just enter through the form below.


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