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My feet are cold as I type this review,
I am wearing heat holders socks right now. In fact I have a normal pair of socks on under them as well, but they just do not hold heat in however they are worn in this weather (it is zero degrees today). I live in a flat which is not centrally heated, and any time my feet are in contact with the floor my feet will get cold despite the much talked about "2.3 tog" rating. I have a pair of normal slippers on too.
Maybe these will keep your feet warm when walking or if you wear a big pair of slippers at home, but on their own they are nothing to shout about. It's a shame other manufacturers don't use this TOG rating as we might get some good competition between them if they did. Anyway, I'm off to put my feet in the oven for ten minutes.
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Initial post: 5 Aug 2012 08:43:27 BDT
I have tried these socks in a similar situation.
The best thing to do is wear them with ordinary socks outside.
they hold the heat better
Posted on 6 Dec 2012 16:00:27 GMT
The inside of the socks are brushed - that's what makes them so warm! If you wear another pair of socks underneath, this part of the sock does not touch your feet and they will do nothing!
In reply to an earlier post on 25 Dec 2012 00:22:51 GMT
B. Bhattacharya says:
Mickeymon said 'with ordinary socks'outside' the socks. tommitytom please note.
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