“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.
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.
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.
With all the fun winter sports can bring, the weather can bring just as much misery. For athletes, staying warm is more than just a luxury; it manipulates how well they perform and prevents them from injury, making them the perfect candidates for heated apparel. Here are five ways winter sports athletes can benefit from wearing heated apparel during any cold-weather activity.
There are a lot of reasons why people love to golf; not only does it alleviate stress, but it’s an opportunity to exercise, learn new skills and enjoy the nice weather with buddies. True golf fanatics take any chance they can to hit the links, albeit chilly weather can put a damper on the fun; and although the dead of winter looks different in Arizona compared to a region like New England, the drastic temperature changes of desert climates are still enough to send a chill up your spine.
Is heated clothing a worthy investment? The short answer is yes. Investing in heated clothing means you’ll be guaranteeing yourself instant warmth when you need it most for years to come. Whether you work or play outside in variable elements or suffer from debilitating pain that’s heightened by the cold, heated clothing can be the difference between a season of good days and miserable ones
Road Trips are deeply rooted in American culture. From countless songs about Route 66 to John Denver’s Rocky Mountain High, road trips are a traditional American bucket list item for many. Whether you’re hitting the open road for fun or the big move, there are a few key items you’re going to want to make sure you have on hand to stay safe and comfortable. Let’s dive into what you should pack for your next road trip!
An outdoor enthusiast is any person that loves to get lost (figuratively, of course) in nature. Any time, any place, any weather, they’re game. Gobi Heat® heated apparel is built for outdoor enthusiasts everywhere to get out there and do more of what they love, without letting the cold get in the way. Here are five things any outdoor enthusiast should have on standby to elevate all future adventures.
What you wear hiking has the potential to make or break your trek. No matter how long your hike is, you’ll need the proper gear to be well equipped for the changing environment. Let’s discuss what to wear hiking so you can be comfortable and protected on your next trek.
Father’s day is quickly approaching and even though we celebrate them in June, we appreciate them every day of the year. Dads never stop helping us. Whether it’s November and you’ve got a flat that needs fixing, or you call him for help winterizing the house, you know you can call Dad.
Mother’s Day is quickly approaching and amidst the chaos of COVID-19 it’s hard to keep track of what day it is, nevermind remember what holiday is just around the corner (hint: it’s Mother's day!).
The magazine, first published in 1992, aims to feature only the best products and services and remains an influential guide to men’s health and fitness, gear, adventure, and style. So when Men’s Journal did a review on Gobi Heat® during the dangerously cold polar vortex and concluded that we’re “quickly becoming a leader in the heated apparel industry,” it confirmed our belief that we are creating quality apparel worthy of praise.