Lenz Heat Socks 5.0 Toecap Slim Fit (Set)
Say ‘Goodbye’ to cold feet. Forever. Those of you that ski, snowboard, ice skate, cyclocross, fat bike, winter camp, or hunt; these are the socks that you have been wishing for. The Lenz Heated sock is perhaps the best thing to come to skiing since the Heated Bubble Chair Lift.
The Lenz heated sock heats the entire sole of your foot without adding any additional bulk. Snap the batteries into the cuff of the sock on the side of your leg and roll the cuff over for a secure hold. Unlike battery packs for heated boots, the wires won’t break and these battery packsÂ won’t get knocked off by the bench seat of the chair lift when it comes around.
On low, the battery charge can last up to 12 hours long. And for you tech savvy skiers and snowboarders, by downloading the Lenz Heat App, your Lenz Heated Socks can be controlled from your smartphone! No more bending over to turn up the heat!
Lenz heated socks are made of Merino SOFTTEC fibers, giving these socks an incredibly soft feel. The merino blend fibers keep your feet warm while wicking moisture to keep you warm and dry. Merino also has excellent anti-bacterial properties and it is fast drying. These Heated Socks are slim fit and ergonomically knitted, and there is a left and a right sock, ensuring a good, bunch-free fit. Perfect for wearing with performance or race ski boots where there is little room in the shell.
To launder, just unsnap your battery, turn your socks inside out and toss them in the wash, just make sure you hang them to dry, do not toss them in the dryer. You can also purchase additional “socks only” – ideal if you are going on a multi-day ski trip with limited access to laundry facilities.
In addition to wearing these heated socks to ski, these delightfully warm socks can be worn in your hiking boots, cross country boots, fishing waders and more. That’s what we love most about them, you aren’t stuck to just one application. Wear them to a football game, wear them to sit and watch your son play ice hockey, wear them on the mountain skiing. You can wear them anywhere you ordinarily have trouble keeping your feet warm.