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INCLUDES Battery + Charger
Toes get cold fast. With 12 hours of heat and 3 heat settings, Tread keeps the winter out so you can keep doing what you love to do.
Get the maximum amount of comfort with heat beneath the toes that rises up through the rest of your boot.
Built to adapt to your environment, with low, medium and high heat settings you can adjust your heat to match whatever the weather throws your way.
No need to take off your boot with the included keychain remote control that allows you to change heat settings or turn on and off your socks.
1 zone beneath the toes
Low - 113° F, Med - 131° F, High - 140° F
5 volt, 2400 mAh Lithium Polymer
Low - 12hrs, Med - 6hrs, High - 4hrs
1.1 lbs (including battery)
15" x 5" x 2"
1 Year Limited Warranty
I was able to use them on the below zero Saturday. they don't go as far up the calf as another pair of heated socks I have does, softer material as well. the USB type connector takes some getting used to, maybe it's the battery pocket, seems tight putting the battery through the enclosure.
I've had the socks for a couple of years now and they've held up well, my only complaint is they're a bit thin. It's clear Gobi made a decision to focus on a heated technical sock for skiing and climbing, and to that I say mission accomplished. I would love to see a second thicker sock for use in less technical applications or even as slippers.
Theses Socks work well feet stayed warm. The only thing I would like to see improved would be the battery pouch. Seems to be a little small and should be made out of a material that stretches just like the sock. Overall I would recommend them
These socks have done wonders to keep my, poor circulating, feet warm this winter! Would recommend for anyone you know with Raynaud's
I got these for my sister as a gift. She really likes them and do what she wanted. But she would like it more if the wires were on the top of socks instead of the bottom. She gave a few reasons like not loving the sensory experience of feeling the wires and the fact that you sweat through the soles of your feet.