Mobile Warming Heated Socks: The Perfect Winter Accessory

Jaimie Robinson // February 9

Have you ever tried mobile warming heated socks? When you hunt when it is below freezing, whether in a tree stand or a duck or ground blind, we all have experienced cold feet. It can ruin your day. I recently saw the Mobile Warming 3.7V Merino Socks at Costco and picked up a pair. I swear by merino as a hunting sock due to the scent control and the ability to keep your feet warm or cool if needed due to the moisture-wicking and insulation properties.

Mobile Warming Heated Socks

 These socks have a USB rechargeable battery for each foot and the temperature is regulated by an application on your phone. You can push the button on the battery, Bluetooth connect your sock, and choose your heat level. They were easy to turn on in the field even with no cellular signal. My feet were comfortable at both low and medium temperatures for several hours while still having remaining charge. I also wore these socks without turning on the battery and felt that they were warm alone whereas I typically will wear two pairs of socks.

These versatile mobile warming heated socks are a great addition to any hunter’s repertoire if you find yourself heading back to camp early and missing out on hours that are important for harvesting your next animal. I will be adding more of these heated layers for staying out longer with comfort.

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About the Author

Jaimie Robinson

Jaimie lives north of Denver, Colorado. She is the mother of two wonderful children. All her life, she has had a passion for the outdoors. She concentrates this passion on archery, hunting, and fitness. She grew up in rural western Pennsylvania, where she developed an appreciation for nature and worked on her knack for shooting guns. Spent hours just watching deer move from her back porch and explored the forest. When she moved to Colorado in 2006, she went on her first hunting trip and harvested an antelope with a rifle. In late 2006, she tried archery for the first time and fell in love. She has been active in the archery community in Colorado ever since. Archery has become Jaimie’s passion and she strives to learn everything she can about it. She does her best to share her passion for archery with everyone she meets. She has expanded her horizons to waterfowl and upland hunting, fishing, and rifle hunting. She spends as much time in the outdoors as she can. Jaimie is passionate about making the sport better for women and helping others become better hunters.