Here’s a great winter warmer from the Good Ski Guide and Heat Holders – to take minds off the freezing temperatures both here and in the Alps. We are giving away 10 pairs of thermal ski socks or wonderfully-warm ski gloves to the ten readers who tell us why they really need them. Your present gloves/socks don’t keep you warm, are old fashioned, past their used by. Or you may have an illness that requires warm clothing.
WE got the idea after the boilers at our Surrey offices failed and we had to revert to wearing ski gear to work to stay warm. And we started to put to work products sent to us for testing– and discovered the Graham Bell recommended Heat Holders ski socks were a dream – keeping our toes toasty in the office and on the trip home.
So we took them to the Austrian Alps last weekend and found they performed brilliantly – even at -20c. The news gets better – the Heatholders socks are only £8. 99. They are designed in Lancashire and created in Leicester.
The firm’s gloves are just as good – and at £14. 99 they are a real deal when compared with £40 to £70 ski gloves in stores. Get them at www.heatholders.co.uk
- Win. Win – Heat Holders are offering GSG readers the chance to get stylish – and of course warm – by giving a pair of thermal socks – or gloves – to the 10 readers who tell us why they want/need a bit of help from Heat Holders.
- Write to email@example.com to enter this super reader prize – usual competition rules apply (one entry per reader; short answer and Editor’s decision is final).
More winter warmer tips at http://www.goodskiguide.com/tried-and-tested/
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For those of us who suffer from the cold we have a cure – The Buff neckwarmer. Seen these days in the streets of freezing London and the slopes of Courchevel, the neckwarmer also doubles as a ski hat if the weather changes. We tested in the Austrian alps this -20C weekend and found them not only a joy but a savior. £36.76. www.buffwear.co.uk