- Plug them into your motorcycle to stay warm!
- Comfortable, breathable, and great for all-day use
- Heat your whole foot, ankle, and calf in these bad boys
Require 12V power source
If you're going to be riding your motorcycle this winter, you'll need these sock liners. While not actual socks (you'll need to wear normal socks beneath the liner), they'll be worn inside your boots and will help to keep your feet toasty warm.
The sock liner is made of a blend of cotton and synthetic materials that will keep your feet warm without making them too sweaty, and the fabric is quick-drying and moisture-wicking. They'll be comfortable when you walk around, but they're at their best when plugged into your bike and keeping your feet toasty.
The sock liner doesn't use a battery pack—instead, it has two cables intended to plug into your motorcycle's 12V power supply. You can get a full day of use from them, and they'll heat your entire foot—toes, soles, ankles, even your lower calves—thanks to their full-foot heating element.
The advanced heat transfer system will guarantee you no longer have warm toes and frosty heels—you'll keep your whole foot warm and cozy all day long.
Note: There is a version of this sock liner that has a 7.4 volt battery.
At $100, these are a pretty well-priced pair of heating socks. They'll run off your motorbike's power supply for years to come, so you'll never have to worry about buying batteries again.
- Rated #5 in 6 Best Heated Socks