Cold hands and feet? Why not heat them up?

Cold hands and feet? Why not heat them up?
January 15, 2019 Edwyn Raine
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In the chilly time of the year, the first parts of your body to get cold are typically your fingers and toes, which then spreads to the rest of the body. By keeping these areas warm it can help keep the rest of your body at a comfortable temperature. With normal gloves and socks, no matter how good the quality is, they rely on your body temperature to keep heat in your clothing accessory. Once your fingers and toes temperature starts to slowly drop below comfortable then there is no stopping it. Eventually, the only way of getting them back to comfortable is to stop the activity you are doing and find a spot indoors that has a good heater so you can get the blood flowing through the extremities. With Zarkie’s and Venture Heat’s Battery Heated Gloves and Socks, you won’t have that discomfort or need to pause that winter activity you love. Wherever you go, your heater goes with you. As soon as you start to feel a chill pestering your fingers and toes you can simply hold the power button down for 3 seconds and the heat will instantly warm those cold hands and feet. There is now no reason why you can’t do those outdoor activities, that you love in the summer, in the colder months as well.
You don’t sit in your house in winter without the heater on so there is now no need to leave the house without your heater. Keep those cold hands and feet warm and the rest of your body will follow.

Why don’t you try a pair of Zarkie and Venture Heat gloves and socks?

Venture Heat Avert Battery Heated Glove Liners and ALT Battery Heated Gloves have carbon fiber heating elements (not copper) that won’t bend or break no matter how many times you close your hand. Batteries and Charger included.

Zarkie Battery Heated Socks have the heating element directly on top of the toes to keep the blood circulating. They are powered by included USB batteries and charger.

Eliminate the cold at Zarkie.

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