Saturday, December 7, 2013

Giveaway: Heat Holders Socks

Disclosure: I received complimentary products as a thank you for this post. All opinions are my own.

In Minnesota right now, it's bitterly cold. In fact, we just got a windchill warning again today. If you're going to be outside for any length of time at all, it's important to stay safe and be warm. I work for an ice rink on Friday nights, and so I'm really glad I recently got to try out Heat Holders. These thermal socks come in all sizes (great for my husband's size 14 feet) and a variety of colors.

The socks have a TOG rating of 2.34, which is 7x warmer than cotton socks and almost 3x warmer than most thermal socks. They're made with an insulating yarn, woven in a way that increases its ability to hold heat while at the same time wicking moisture away from your feet if they get sweaty. You can get crew length or knee high. These socks are warm! I loved wearing them when I was outside. Normally my feet get frigid, even if I double-layer socks, but I didn't have to with these.

I have a chance to give away two pairs of these warm socks. To enter, leave a comment with your best tip to stay warm in the winter. Deadline is December 11th.

11 comments:

  1. My best tip is to layer up!
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  2. I like to stay warm by bundling up!

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  3. My best tip is to wear a hat when the temperature is low. My Mom always said you lose a lot of body warmth when your head is uncovered.

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  4. warm boots, gloves and a hat

    tiramisu392 (at) yahoo.com

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  5. layers of course
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  6. Hot drinks and cozy sweater and gloves!

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  7. Wear lots of layers :)
    throuthehaze at gmail dot com

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  8. Put on extra clothes to stay warm

    dlatany at gmail dot com

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  9. Oh boy, my best tip is to enjoy the cold with a nice warm cup of coffee, tea, or hot cocoa!

    coriwestphal at msn dot com

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  10. I was born and raised in Michigan where my kids still are and I stayed warm in the home with my electric blanket and outdoors, I had bundles of clothes on. I really don't like cold too well but now I am in Florida

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  11. My best tip is to minimize exposure outdoors and to dress in layers

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