Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Product Review- In spirit of the snow, Hand & Foot Warmers

I had the pleasure of being asked by the folks at Handwarmers.net & Footwarmers.org to review a selection of HotHands hand, foot, and body warmers just a couple of weeks ago when our temperatures here in Denver were pretty much sub-arctic! And they're calling for more snow soon, oiy!

I was able to test out all of these goodies when I took the dude sledding. Nothing will ruin your grand plans of a fun day of sledding like a miserable screaming toddler who is chilled to the bone. So I geared us up to go out and it was great! The temps here were around 10-20 degrees and we had no troubles.

I have to say I've been a fan of warmers like these since I can remember when I spent every weekend of my childhood in the mountains skiing. Nothing is worse than that cold bite on your toes that are crammed inside uncomfortable ski boots. The foot warmers made ALL the difference. I even remember my first pair of Gordini gloves that I bought because they had a zipper pocket that you could insert a hand warmer into. And now they even offer body warmers! That's what I'm talking about, I'd even use these babies as a heating pad after a hard day's work.

With all of the crazy weather we've had this winter around the country I'd be sure to have these on hand. It may allow you to enjoy some time outside to burn off energy when you'd otherwise say it was too cold to venture out. And I think one of the best things you can do is throw a handful of these into your glovebox in the car as part of your "emergency kit"... just on the news last night here was a story of a man and wife and 10 month old baby who ended up getting their car stuck in the snow in the woods for HOURS at night until the man was able to hike to get cell service. Talk about lucky, you never know where these could come in handy.

And that's my .02! You can purchase them on one of two sites handwarmers.net and footwarmers.org So check your weather and stock up... especially here in Denver where March is our snowiest month of the year!

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