Thermacell Wireless Remote Control Heated Insoles

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posted on October 10, 2012
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Hunters looking to keep their feet warmer this fall and winter have a new option: Thermacell Wireless Remote Control Heated Insoles.

Durable, lightweight and soft on the foot, the heated insoles are controlled using a handheld remote and have three settings (No Heat, Medium and High). They maintain a steady temperature inside a boot or shoot, keeping your feet around normal body temperature—ensuring warmth, but stopping short of making your feet sweat.

The insoles are powered by rechargeable and embedded built-in lithium-ion polymer batteries. They can run continuously for up to five hours, and longer if used in intervals.

Thermacell Heated Insoles should function well in damp or dry environments, and are suited for any type of footwear—including hunting boots and waders. They ship with an MSRP of $129.99.

For more information, go to Thermacell.com.

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