My friends tease me about my cold hands and feet. I mean, they are sooooo cold! I’ve tried all kinds of things to warm up (even moving from Nebraska to Arizona) but I just seem to run a few degrees south of normal. Yeah, ‘boo hoo’, I know, it’s 70 degrees here in January and I’m complaining.
But no matter where you are in the world, kicking back in your recliner at home or rippin’ gnar pow on your shred sled* in Snow Mass, there are products you may have never imagined, designed to keep you warm and safe in the cold.
Check these out:
Energy Efficient Heaters for Home or Work
Toasty Toes Personal Heater – Deluxe Ergonomic Footrest – use sitting or standing anywhere, anytime. Adjustable angles. Never too hot to touch!
Electric Foot Wamer Mat – great for work! Fits easily under your desk. Waterproof. Quickly dries wet socks, shoes or boots, leaving you dry and warm.
Cozy-Legs Personal Heater – Under Desk Leg Warmer – Mounts to your desk, wall or optional stand. Keeps your legs toasty.
Bed Buddy Heat Therapy Kit – Comes with a sinus pack, hand warmers and foot warmers. Lightly fragranced with eucalyptus, clove and cinnamon. You can buy everything separately. Bed Buddy Back Wrap. All can be used hot or cold. See all Bed Buddy products.
Planes, Trains & Automobiles
Dream Sack Airline Comfort Set – As seen on the Today Show, Wall Street Journal and USA Today. Everything you need to stay warm and cozy on the plane, train, bus or car (no driving with your eye shades on!). Includes a silk blanket, pillowcase, eye shades and a 12″ storage bag. All totaled, weighs less than a pound.
Dream Sack Luxury Travel Kit – You’ll be stylin’ in first class no matter where you’re sitting. Great for your flight or in your hotel room. Includes a silk/cashmere blanket, charmeuse silk eyeshades and an outer bag that reverses to a pillowcase.
Cane Ice Grip – Prevents canes and crutches from slipping on icy and snowy surfaces. Don’t risk a fall! Get one of these. It’s only like, $7 bucks and it could save your life or the life of a loved one. I’m serious. Don’t make me come over there.
Ice-Away Snow and Ice Melt Pad – Much less expensive than embedded systems, this pad prevents show and ice from accumulating outside your door, or wherever you put it. Line your entire sidewalk! Great for home doorway entrances, wheelchair ramps, handicap-accessible structures, loading docks, hospitals, nursing homes, hotels, schools or churches. 36″ x 32″. Plugs into a standard outlet.
IronClad Cold Condition Glove – Cold weather gloves for workers who need a high level of dexterity. Wicks away perspiration, breathable, water and oil resistant, non-slip rubber, machine washable.
Grabber Foot Wamers – 5 hours of air-activated warmth. Case of 30 packs, 2 warmers per pack. Put them in your shoes or boots, use one time and then throw away. These are standard equipment for skiers, snowboarders, hunters, campers, hikers, bird watchers or anyone who likes to do stuff outdoors in the cold. Also great for Arthritis, Raynaud’s, Lupus, Scleroderma, Sjogren’s, Myalgia or just poor circulation.
Grabber Peel-n-Stick Adhesive Body Warmer – Box of 40. A portable heating pad that you wear! Works for 12+ hours. Use for minor aches & pains or for warmth outdoors during sporting activities.
Grabber Hand Warmers – Pack of 40, with 2 per pack. These keep your hands and fingers toasty for more than 10 hours. Just open the packet and put the warmers in your gloves or pocket and they start working in a few minutes. No shaking or kneading required.
Emergency Rescue Blanket – another inexpensive way to save your life. This lightweight blanket should be in every cold-weather car and every backwoods backpack. It was invented for NASA and is used by militaries, search and rescue, and relief agencies worldwide.
I hope you stay warm and toasty until it’s time to stay cool and frosty. I’ll be back in a few months with AllegroMedical.com products to help you chill. You know I will. Until then,
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*rippin’ gnar pow on your shred sled means that you’re doing really well on difficult runs while riding atop your snowboard device. Gnar pow is gnarly powder. Personally, I’d rather watch ’em carve from my seat atop the bar stool in the lodge. I’m confident that if I tried snowboarding, I’d spend more time on my back side than my feet. Perhaps Grabber makes butt warmers . . . hmmmm . . . an idea . . .