HeatHolders . The Warmest Thermal Sock Review.

HeatHolders . The Warmest Thermal Sock Review.

Heat Holders are made using a three stage process. An advanced insulating yarn is used to construct a sock with a long loop thermal pile which is then intensely brushed. This traps warm air generated by your body closer to your skin for longer, keeping you warm and comfortable.. My husband has diabetes and his feet have a tendency to get cold and it does not help that he has some what poor circulation and “regular” socks only help keep his feet warm for a limited time , but since he has been wearing the Heat Holders his feet have been warm and he is a happy camper and he loves the cushion feel to them when walking around the house .And since the Heat Holders are made with Acrylic Yarn it wicks away the moisture and they do not make his feet feel sweaty ,and there are many sizes to choose from
Original – Crew length.
Stripe – Crew length.
Twist – Crew length.
Wool – Crew length.
Slipper socks – Crew length.
Big Foot – Crew length.
Long – Knee high.
Long Stripe – Knee high.
Long Wool – Knee high.
Wellington socks – To go with ladies Wellington boots, also knee high.
You can read more about them on there Frequently Asked Questions Page and while you are there you can order a pair or two. We have tried other socks to keep his feet warm and thus far he prefers these to others that he has tried before.. Him being happy makes me happy and gives me peace of mind.

Disclosure: Glitter Ball Life Style receives product(s) for free, in exchange for our honest review, which may differ from yours. Regardless, We only recommend products or services we have used personally, and believe will be good fit for friends and families and consumers .

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