Stephs Cheers and Jeers was provided the samples mentioned in this post in return for an unbiased review.
Living in Vermont, it gets super cold. I am always looking for warm socks to keep my feet warm when its in the negatives. I was so happy with I came across Heat Holders on Google.
Heat Holders are the warmest thermal socks on the market. The company was established in 1947 in England at that time the company was simply just trading yarn, but in 2008 Heat Holders was born. Since they have sold over 20 million pairs worldwide.
So I bet by now you are wondering, what makes Heat Holders so warm?
They use advanced insulated yarn and an innovative knitting style that holds hot air longer, traps warm air generated by your body closer to your skin for longer, keeping you warm and comfortable. They are made from an acrylic yarn.
The socks come in tons of styles such as
- Original – Crew length.
- Stripe – Crew length.
- Twist – Crew length.
- Wool – Crew length.
- Slipper socks – Crew length.
- Big Foot – Crew length.
- Long – Knee high.
- Long Stripe – Knee high.
- Long Wool – Knee high.
- Wellington socks – To go with ladies Wellington boots, also knee high.
They also come in multiple sizes, small fits Men’s 4-8 and Ladies 5-9 and large fits Men’s 7-12 and Ladies 8-13.
I was sent their original pair in Indigo.
They are made from 91% Acrylic, 5% Nylon, 3% Polyester, 1% Elastane.
The socks are incredibly warm and soft, I have had a hard time finding socks that fit in the past and that go up my calf without being binding and restricting but these fit comfortably, I even wore these to bed which is out of the ordinary for me as I normally can not sleep with socks on. They were very effective in keeping my feet warm and are comforting because they are soft.
Kids socks sell for $11.99
Men’s and Women’s sell for $15.99-$24.99
Heat Holders also sells Hats, Gloves, Neck Warmers, Joint Warmers, Tights, Leggings and Thermal Underwear.