Tuesday, December 10, 2013

Win Heat Holders and Keep Your Feet Toasty Warm!

Even in Georgia, temperatures are starting to get chilly, and it's time to pull out our cold weather gear.

And while there's nothing better than a warm puppy to keep your feet warm, sometimes that's just not that practical! So when we heard that Heat Holders thermal socks were heading to the U.S., we were excited to try them out.

Popularized in the U.K., Heat Holders claim to be the warmest thermal socks, seven times warmer than normal cotton socks.  The socks boast:
  • Advanced insulating yarn,  providing  high performance insulation and superior moisture wicking abilities
  • Patent pending extra long looped thermal pile to hold in warm air, keeping feet warmer for longer
  • Soft brushed inner for all-day warmth and comfort
These socks are soft and cushy and feel like a warm hug around your feet! They're perfect for keeping feet toasty warm on cold floors or for sleeping in on a cold night.  They are very thick, however, so the only footwear I can wear them with are my wellington-style boots. Still, they're perfect for keeping feet cozy, warm at home. 


Heat Holders are a great gift idea too!

Heat Holders are available in a variety of colors and styles for men (size 7 - 12) and women (size 5 – 9). Children’s sizes (10 – 2.5 and 3 – 6.5) are now available as well.

You can also find Heat Holders on Facebook and Twitter

Win a pair of Heat Holders (for men or women)!

Enter via the giveaway widget below.  Simply enter your name and email address to get started and you can enter as many or as few ways as you like.  One lucky winner will receive one pair of the original style socks. Good luck!

Disclosure: Heat Holders provided a pair of socks for us to review and is providing a pair to give away. All opinions expressed herein are our own.

44 comments:

  1. THESE sound like a cozy gift for the "freezing feet" friend I have!

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  2. I have cold feet from losing 90 lbs. My whole body is cold all the time and I live in Pennsylvania. It's cold here 9 months out of the year. Also, all running shoes have mesh on the top which makes my feet cold when I run in below freezing temps.

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  3. With the temps 10 to 20 below the past few days my feet are always cold. It is warming up but still cold winter out there.

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  4. Geez, we need to be testing these out in Minnesota after a week of below zero temps, Mom could use warm feet!

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  5. Stay warm and cosy we say and wrap up warm.
    Have a terrific Tuesday.
    Best wishes Molly

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  6. Most men. LOL. More literally, the below freezing temperatures that don't seem to let up for a week at a time around here. :-p

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  7. My feet are always cold. These socks would be great!

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  8. I have bad circulation, so my feet get cold a lot. These would sure help out.

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  9. This cold weather gives my sapiens cold feet!

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  10. My feet are always cold! I've been using toe warmers but these would be so much better!

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  11. Will definitely check it out for mom. She looking for a heated gloves too. The widget to enter is not working (or is not showing up). Lots of Golden Woofs, Sugar

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    1. Try clicking on the title to the post (to refresh it). If that doesn't work, let me know! I think your mom would love these!
      Your pals,
      Diane and Rocco

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  12. Dog sledding gives me cold feet. The dogs love it, but I get cold. It has been been freezing for a week and more snow is predicted for tomorrow.

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  13. I always have cold feet!

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  14. cold wet winter mornings keep me shivering all day long.....

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  15. My feet are always cold in the winter and the dogs refuse to warm them!

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  16. Would love to give these a try. I walk my furkids daily and a pair of these might help make the walk more comfortable.

    Thanks for the wonderful giveaway.

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  17. I love warm socks! My tile floors are always cold.

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  18. The cold temps and snow. My feet are often cold

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  19. Letting the dog out in the morning gives me cold feet!

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  20. Winter temps give me cold feet.

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  21. I have raynauds phenomenon which causes me to have cold feet whenever theres major temperature drops or barometric changes

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  22. Only cold weather gives me cold feet. They have been cold a lot recently!

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  23. My human always gets cold feet. She wears socks all the time, except for when she is in the shower. If she doesn't wear socks, her arcs get bad cramps. Her toes also get so cold that can't she can't feel them, even though the rest of her is warm.
    Hugs,
    Pepper

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  24. My walk to work leaves my feet cold

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  25. I have raynauds so my feet and hands are always cold

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  26. being in a draft when sitting at my computer gets my feet cold

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  27. I get cold so easily in the winter. Just a chill in the air will make my toes freeze!

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  28. Walking around in our basement gives me serious cold feet! It's heated so it's not terribly cold to be down there but it has tile floor (over concrete) so the floor is super cold!

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  29. All of our Boston snow gives me cold feet!

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  30. Cold NE snow makes my feet cold

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  31. 2 ft of snow gives me cold feet here in the Rockies

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  32. The only places close enough for agility practice are outside in unheated horse barns, at night. More than just my feet get cold, but these would help!

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  33. i have to sleep w/ socks b/c my feet get so cold at nite. if my feet are cold the rest of my body gets cold

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  34. Playing golf in the wet grass in the winter time!

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  35. Sitting around the house gives me cold feet. I often wear 2 pairs of socks with my slippers.

    asketcher2@hotmail.com

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  36. Our hardwood floors.
    Thanks for the chance.
    mogrill12@gmail.com

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  37. My Husband and I have poor circulation, so we always have cold feet! these would be great to have!

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  38. Waiting for the train to work each morning in winter gives me cold feet -- a little relief would be the best gift!

    Geoff K
    gkaufmanss at yahoo dot com

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  39. I work outdoors everyday and I always have cold feet in the winter!

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  40. The weather today is giving me cold feet! brrrrrrrrrrrrr

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  41. I just always have cold feet, so this freezing winter weather is making me feet go numb they're so cold!

    sugarsweet7202@yahoo(dot)co­­­­­­­­m

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  42. the tons of snow on the ground and freezing temps

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