Amazon Sells Heat-Up Pants For The Person Who’s Always Cold
These would be handy as temperatures drop!
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As colder temperatures set in around the country, it’s time to take stock of your winter gear. A warm coat is a must, but what about the lower half of your body? If you’ve always wished you could keep your legs warm and toasty in even the most brutal winter weather, you need to check out these amazing heated pants available on Amazon.
Perfect for outdoor cold-weather activities like skiing, sledding, having a snowball fight or simply taking the dog for a walk, the pants have three built-in heating panels, which are strategically placed on each knee/thigh and seat. They’re an absolute must for the person who is always cold!
“Designed to be worn as a base layer, the ActionHeat electric heated pants make an innovative choice for those who want to stay warm outside without the bulk of heavyweight clothing,” reads the product description.
The machine-washable pants (in a gentle cycle) are made of a polyester-spandex blend for a comfortable and flexible fit. The battery-operated heating offers three levels of settings: two hours on high (red), three hours on medium (white) and 4.5 hours on low (blue). With the on-board temperature control setting, you can easily adjust to your comfort.
The pants come with an ActionHeat 5V power bank as well as a USB charging kit. The battery is fully charged in six hours, and four LED indicators display battery life and charging status. The battery is compatible with ActionHeat’s other heated apparel items, including jackets, vests and base layer tops.
As we all spend more time outdoors in an effort to socialize safely during the coronavirus pandemic, heated clothing seems like the perfect solution for battling the cold. Backyard Thanksgiving around the fire pit, anyone?
Would you give heated clothing a try?