Six of the best hand and foot warmers
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Keeping your extremities toasty when it’s cold out can be tricky. Here’s our pick of gloves, socks and gadgets to warm your digits
Seeland Boot Dryer
One of the downsides of some boots on the market is that the insulation is so effective that your feet end up sweating when wearing them. The boot lining can then become wet and this in turn makes your feet cold. Of course, there are clever socks out there which prevent this from happening, but if your boots DO get wet inside, either from sweat or just from rain if you’ve been caught out, the Seeland boot dryer is a great little gadget to dry them out again. It can also be used to warm your boots before wearing. Suitable for short boots and wellies, the electrical dryer simply plugs in (using a UK three-pin plug which isn’t shown on the photo) and is placed inside the boot for fast, effective warmth.
Jack Pyke Fuel Pocket Hand warmer
In stainless steel with an etched logo, this handwarmer from Jack Pyke offers the added warmth you need when the temperatures really plummet. So good you’ll want one for each pocket! It comes in a cloth bag holder. Replacement burners are available.
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Platinum burner: £18.95, replacement: £5.95
William Evans Dunvegan Shoot Sock
Put some colour into your shooting outfit this year with this fantastic shooting sock and matching garter. Made with Merino wool and Lycra, these socks will give you the comfort and style you require.
The blend of 85% Merino wool, 10% nylon and 5% Lycra creates comfort and practicality and the foot area is fully reinforced for extra durability.
Unlike some shooting socks, these are machine washable at 30° on a wool wash.
William Evans Right Hand Gamesman Gloves
Made by traditional methods with quality materials these shooting gloves ensure a perfect fit and excellent wearing characteristics. The leather glove features a trigger finger slit and velcro tabs. A pure silk lining completes the luxury feel, while a long elasticated nylon cuff ensures a snug fit.
Available for right and left-handed shooters.
Bisley Camo Neoprene Glove
Perfect for wildfowling on the often bitterly cold foreshore, these neoprene camo gloves from Bisley feature a Velcro wrist adjuster, fold back trigger finger and grip dot palms – everything you need for maximum warmth and feel.
Strider Self Heating Hot Pad Hand Warmers
Hands up all those who received a set of these in their stocking this Christmas? The perfect, cost effective way to keep hands warm this shooting season. These disposable self-heating hand warmers last for up to eight hours. They are odourless, safe and disposable, and reach temperatures of up to 50-55 degrees C or 112-130 degrees farenheit.