Construction workers know all too well how frigid cold temperatures can make a long day feel even longer. Luckily, Gobi Heat® realized this and designed industry leading heated work wear to cure construction worker’s winter blues.
The flash heated hi-vis mens heated jacket was built for the construction worker enduring less than favorable temperatures to get the job done. Built with two zones of instant heating power in the front and one large zone in the back, construction workers can now enjoy up to 140°F of heat when and where they need it most.
This men's heated jacket is designed with a highly reflective, wind, and water-resistant exterior for guaranteed visibility and protection from the elements. Move freely with a roll-away hood and adjustable velcro® cuffs. A one-touch LED controller with low, medium and high settings guarantees any busy body will be able to find the perfect temperature as the weather changes throughout the day no matter what project they’re working on.
Extreme cold weather work gear doesn’t end with our high visibility jacket. Gobi Heat® proudly protects construction workers who must endure cold-weather workdays with the best heated vest they can get their hands on.
The men's Dune heated vest makes a great added layer of warmth without losing the ability to move the arms freely. Power up this lightweight, wind and water-resistant vest and layer it under a waterproof shell for ultimate warmth and protection while surveying the dreary job site, directing traffic in the rain or making deliveries in the blistering cold. The heated vest is a fantastic option for those who need freedom of movement and tend to overheat when wearing a jacket, and feature the same one-touch control and instant heating power as our heated jackets.
Gobi Heat® heated socks are a welcome addition to any construction workers' arsenal of cold-weather work attire. Whether shoveling snow at the job site, moving materials or loading-trucks, heated socks can turn a long, cold day into a warm and toasty one. The same can be said about our other cold-weather accessories, including heated base layers, gloves, hats, and socks.
Running in cold weather isn’t for everyone. But for those who are preparing for events like marathons or triathlons, training must go on despite the rain, snow, and cold conditions. With the right tips and knowledge of what to wear running in cold weather, you’ll be on your way to the safest and most enjoyable cold weather running you’ve ever experienced.
“I can do this better” are the words that would inspire Utah entrepreneur Jaye Genung to create the industry leading heated apparel company, Gobi Heat®. You see for Genung, constantly being cold was part of her identity; “My eyes are blue, and I’m always cold,” she told The Story Exchange.
Heated apparel can bring a lot of joy to cold winter months, but what’s often overlooked is that heated apparel can be utilized throughout the year. Before you pack away your heated gear, consider some of these ways heated apparel can play a part in making your outdoor activities more enjoyable all year long.