Therm-ic Heated Socks S-700 Batteries Heating Socks Black / Gray







Therm ic Heated Socks S 700 Batteries Heating Socks Black / Gray Ski socks




Exposing the human body icy cold without protection and dam, the body reacts with unpleasant cold pain.

With the Therm-ic technology you will experience a new kind of comfort.

The special heat source stimulates the blood circulation, increases well-being and provides unrestricted mobility.

The power socks adapt by the anatomical design optimally to the shape of your foot. A soft padding on particularly sensitive areas such as toes, ankles and calves is your foot? protected from pressure and enjoys a slight fuming.

The heat transfer system is powered by an S-Pack 700 battery.

This is very narrow and can be attached to the upper sock cuff by a push button. Due to the even heat distribution an unhindered blood circulation can take place.

With 3 adjustable heat levels, the heat supply can be individually adapted to the conditions. The high-quality material composition reduces bacterial growth and reduces odors.

The batteries provide up to 8 hours of warmth and can then be charged via USB charger on the laptop.
-Unisex Heating Socks
-Scope of delivery: 1 pair
-Batteries S-700
-Anatomical fit
-Heat transfer system for unrestricted blood circulation
-Xanit warm-transfer zone for optimal heat distribution
-3-heating levels selectable by pressing a button
-Heating elements fixed from the outside and not noticeable
-Padding on toes, foot ankle and calf Suitable for all sports and shoe types
-Reduces bacterial growth
-X-SOCKS High-Tech Materials
-Washable at 30° C
-Batteries
-S-Pack 700 is a thin and compact battery
-Deliver up to 8 hours of warm -Battery pack with USB charger
-Mains charger not included
-Material: 50% Polyamide, 30% Polyacrylic, 9% Polypropylene, 8% Polyester, 3% Elastane
-Technical composition: 48% Nylon, 30% Polyacrylic, 9% Mythlan, 8% XITANIT, 3% Elastane, 2% Robury

Brand: Thermic



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