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The thermal insole battery pack sits on the outside of the shoe
The thermal insole battery pack sits on the outside of the shoe

Thermal insoles with battery pack
Thermal insoles with battery pack

User's ski gear
User's ski gear

User on sit-ski
User on sit-ski

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Thermal insoles

Thermal insoles keep feet warm – suitable for people who easily freeze

Description
Electrically heated insoles that fit into all types of shoes. Battery pack is included and is attached to the shoe. Controls allow four temperature settings. Used for sit-skiing or sledding.

Model: Hotronic FootWarmer

Authors comments
The user always carries extra batteries. Heated socks, see associated tip, provide more heat than thermal insoles.

Purchased from
Outdoor shops, Bicycle shops

Paid for by
County council through orthopedist

Editors comments
Check also www.thermacell.com/heated-insoles-foot-warmers (last checked October 2012)

Tip is dated from 2010

Categories for this tip
looking after ones health » keeping warm/ keeping cool, recreation, leisure » outdoor life, winter sports, Tips and tricks from people with Tetraplegia with motor function allowing ambulation (C2-Th1, ASIA D, E).

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