Heated Sock
Lentz Heated Sock 5.0

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Heated ski gear is tricky, particularly when it comes to keeping your feet warm. Disposable toe warmers can very quickly become uncomfortable in your boots, and battery packs never last as long as you want them to when exposed to the cold. Truth be told, most modern ski boots are excellently insulated and should be adequate insulation for the vast majority of skiers on the mountain. 

Problems with cold feet can oftentimes just be as simple as making micro-adjustments on your buckles, or paying a visit to your neighborhood boot-fitter. What’s more, all heated outdoor gear is majorly limited by battery life, particularly at temperatures below freezing. But if you absolutely need the extra help, and are willing to pay for it, then a top-rated heated sock from Lentz is a good place to start your search.

The Lentz heated sock is made mostly out of thick polyester, already contributing to its insulative properties. The heating components themselves are centered around the toes, a focused approach that provides warmth where you need it most. Three heat settings can be changed quickly from an app on your phone, and the three lithium battery packs are USB rechargeable. 

Some consumers are disappointed by the length and quality of the heat they generate, and at over $300 USD, they’re going to be the most expensive pair of socks that you ever buy. However, skiers with blood circulation challenges say that they’re the only solution that lets them spend time on the slopes.

Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

3.8

Reasons to buy:

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    If you absolutely need something to help keep your feet warm, this is a great place to start looking
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    Mobile compatible

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markVery expensive
  • check-markDoesn’t work for many hours on its highest setting

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Lentz Heated Sock 5.0

Specs & Features

  • Primary materials: 49% polyester, 29% nylon
  • Thickness: The thickest
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Related Reviews

Our Overall Review

We have thoroughly tested - and read reviews from other experts and users. In summary, this is what we think:

3.8

Reasons to buy:

  • check-mark
    If you absolutely need something to help keep your feet warm, this is a great place to start looking
  • check-mark
    Mobile compatible

Reasons NOT to buy:

  • check-markVery expensive
  • check-markDoesn’t work for many hours on its highest setting

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