Cyclist Bob Shay - With Hotronic Foot Warmers 10 years and 20,000 miles later ...
In the winter of 2002-2003, I performed my original 2,200 mile cycling test of Hotronic Foot Warmers. Since then I have been cycling mostly during the pre-dawn hours for aerobic exercise about 2,000 miles each winter from November through March, or on average 25 miles/day four days a week. During that period of time, in our area, temperatures in the morning average 26 degrees Fahrenheit (-3° Celsius) with one month’s average lows down to 20 degrees (-7° Celsius) and one or two days of the year down to 5 degrees (15° Celsius).
The Hotronic Foot Warmer is the only product I will use to keep my toes warm during winter cycling in cold weather.
I enjoy riding outdoors regularly when temperatures dip below 45 degrees F and Hotronic Foot Warmers are my go to toe warmers whether I am wearing cycling booties or cycling insulated boots.