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Turn Up the Dial on Winter Hiking with These Must-Haves

August 06, 2020

Turn Up the Dial on Winter Hiking with These Must-Haves

While some might think it's too early to start thinking about the cold winter months, here at Gobi Heat®, we've been working to bring you the best heated apparel for all your cold-weather adventures, like winter hiking! 


Here are some of our top picks of must-have winter hiking clothes that are sure to turn up the dial on your fun all winter long.

Must-Have Winter Hiking Clothes

Heated Jackets 

It's often recommended to layer up when participating in cold-weather activities. With a 

heated jacket, you'll never have to pack on the extra layers again! Our wind and water-resistant heated jackets deliver 122° F (low), 131° F (medium) or 140° F (high) of heat you can begin to feel in under 30 seconds, a much-appreciated option when cold bursts of wind accompany you on your hike.

Electric Hoodie

If you're in the market for winter hiking clothes that really pack a punch, consider an electric hoodie. Electric heated hoodies offer a perfect in-between layer; lightweight yet ready to act on command when chilly weather joins in on the fun. Heated hoodies also make a great campfire companion any time of year.

Heated Base Layers

Arguably one of the best winter hiking clothes investments you can make for overnight winter hiking trips are heated base layers. Winter hiking clothes should keep you warm, dry, and comfortable. With our heated base layers, you have the control to turn the temperature up or down depending on the environment. This kind of control prevents you from getting too cold or overheating.

Heated Gloves 

Maintaining dexterity is important when hiking icy or unstable terrains. Stay nimble with heated gloves and glove liners. Heated gloves and liners provide up to 140° F of near-instant heat with steel fiber heating elements wrapped around each fingertip, keeping your hands and fingers toasty warm the whole trip through.


Winter Hiking Accessories

Don’t leave home without your winter accessories to keep your winter hiking must-haves charged and ready for the day ahead. For long or overnight hikes, we recommend extra battery packs you can easily swap out and maintain warmth the entire trip. Car chargers for heated apparel are also available to easily charge your favorite winter hiking clothes on the go.


All of Gobi Heat® heated apparel and winter hiking clothes are machine washable and come with a 1-year warranty. Our winter hiking must-haves give you the power to turn up the heat on any cold-weather experience, all with the touch of a button.


Happy Hiking! 






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