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Heatable Slippers Microwave Heated Slippers & Heat Up Booties

Updated on August 24, 2014

Winter is coming and it's time to start wrapping up warm again especially with my new favorite defense against winter - my heatable slippers!

I don't know about you, but the thing which bugs me all winter is cold feet! Nothing is more annoying than chilly toes during those long winter months, no matter how warm and toasty it is inside, you can guarantee there's a draft coming in from somewhere cursing me with feet like ice.

One awesome solution I found is heated slippers which give an almost instant cure for cold feet problems and keeps them warmed up all winter long. Heatable slippers and heated booties are available in a wide range of sizes, styles, colors and you can find them for women and men so guys don't need to be left out either.

Heated Slippers Make Great Gifts

If you are looking for a unique and unusual Christmas gift for a woman in your life this year then you can’t go wrong with battery or microwave heatable slippers. Microwavable slippers and heated booties for women are useful and practical but also offer that little bit of pampering too especially if you opt for scented lavender slippers. These aromatherapy footies scented with lavender are relaxing and luxurious and are a great way to warm up cold toes and relieve stress after a long day.

They make a great gift for yourself too. Why wait for someone to pamper you when you can be good to yourself instead with a pair! A comfy pair of comfy house shoes will keep you warm all winter.

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Cure Cold Feet With Heatable Slippers

Can you cure cold feet? Well, lots and lots of people have this issue as there are a number of things which can be the cause and this is another reason why heatable slippers are so awesome.

Firstly, it’s an unfortunate fact that heat always rises sending all the frigid air to the floor right to where your toes are. In addition to this, chilly drafts blow under doors and head straight to your lower extremities as well compounding the issue. Heated slippers not only warm up your feet but also protect against further drafts.

If you frequently have chilly feet you may also suffer from poor circulation which can leave hands and feet feeling cold and in cold weather. In addition, your body also conspires against you because when your body temperature falls it focuses its warmth away from your extremities and into your torso where the major organs are located. This leaves your feet feeling much colder. Warming up those extremities using microwavable slippers wil make the winter more bearable.

Heatable shoes can help you save money on your heating bill this winter as experts say you really only feel as cold as your coldest body part. So, if you are constantly looking for a cure for frozen feet because you always have frosty toes, then the chances are you’ll always feel chilled even when the rest of your body feels just fine. This leads you to raise the thermostat when you could just go nuke your microwave footwear and boom, not cold any more and a lower heating bill!

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