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Many people avoid going outside for prolonged periods during the winter because they find their feet are always freezing during their favourite snow activities like snowboarding, skiing, snowshoeing or hiking.
Heated insoles are the perfect option to help keep your toes nice and toasty on the coldest winter days. Just slide them into your shoes and enjoy all your favourite outdoor activities again without worrying about having to head indoors because you can’t feel your feet.
Electric heated insoles are perfect for your outdoor workouts, sporting events, sledding, skating, skidooing, and taking your dog out for a walk on the coldest winter nights.
Amazon’s heated shoe insoles are only $23, and they are USB rechargeable, so you can use them for the winters yet to come.
SHOP IT: Amazon, $23
What are they?
If you’re ready to get a new pair of heated insoles, Nuonove’s shoe insoles are USB rechargeable with carbon fibre heating wire, a large heating surface and even heat distribution. The heating insole can be recharged with the USB cable, and you can wear them repeatedly.
These heated insoles from Amazon are perfect for all outdoor activities like cycling, fishing, skiing, hiking and more. They feature soft and stretchable material with reliable cushioning.
The insoles can be cut and shaped to fit inside of your shoe. Nuonove’s heated insoles are made of durable material, and they heat quickly with their built-in micro heater chip.
What people are saying
One customer said that the insoles are “good for the money,” adding, “great for outdoor use.”
Another Amazon shopper said they used the insoles for ice skating.
“I bought these for when I go ice skating with my nieces in the park. I wouldn’t last more than 30 min without my feet numbing from the cold. So glad I purchased this. Kept my feet warm for over 1.5 hrs. (without a power bank),” they wrote in their review. “Next time I’ll see how long it will last with my mini compact power bank. Super easy just need to cut it around to adjust it to your shoe size. Cheap and affordable way to keep your feet warm.”
“As a Canadian, I'm happy with this product. We haven't hit sub-zero yet, but I've tested the soles and they'll come in handy this winter. They come with a pre-measured format, so I'll I had to do is trim off the excess size. You need to connect to a battery pack, but the wires are long enough for it to be comfortable,” another happy customer wrote. “I haven't tested how long the battery pack last, but definitely better that just having wool socks on. There's no temperature control, and that's the only thing missing here. Great purchase.”
“These work great! I have them in my puffy boot-slippers to sit on my balcony in cold weather. Today it was below freezing but I was comfortable” raved another customer in their five-star review. “You do need a power bank, and they're not great for walking around, but for sitting still they're terrific.”
Some customers said they found the heated insoles didn’t hold a charge for as long as they’d like.
“Wish it was warmer. Had high hopes, but the socks barely warmed up, and I couldn't feel the heat outdoors,” one customer lamented.
“Not convenient for cyclists. Thought it would be great for cycling but does not keep feet warm long enough,” another Amazon shopper wrote.
The Nuonove heated insoles are a great purchase if you’re looking for reusable insoles. If you plan to be outside in the cold for an extended period of time, you could always bring a portable charger to make sure that you can keep your insoles heated with the USB cord. These insoles can be cleaned with water but remember to make sure they are dry before reconnecting them to the USB power supply.
The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.