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Good hand warmers are an essential piece of your hand protection ensemble. But which ones should you choose?
Well, if you are like most people, you probably forgot to bring warmers with you, and just pick up a pair at the lodge. However, if you plan on hitting the slopes frequently it can really pay off to buy them in bulk.
I highly recommend buying some in bulk (see the verdict below), at the beginning of the season, and just throwing them in your bag so you never have to worry about it.
There are 5 different types of hand warmers out there, including:
I did some researching online and found that Outside magazine did a great comparison test of several popular models. The link to the article can be found here: http://www.outsideonline.com/1785906/what-are-best-hand-warmers
In this article they tested various battery, supersatured, and iron warmers. The brands that they tested were:
The test results in the article show that the HotHands iron based warmers performed the best, and they were the cheapest ones overall!
I found this article to be great validation since I’ve been using HotHands for several years now and they work GREAT! We never go to the slope without bringing a pack for everyone in the family.
I buy my HotHands in bulk from Amazon. I’ve included a link below here: