Did you know a woman's core body temperature is on average one to two degrees lower than a man's? Explains those cold feet in bed problem you're having. Additionally 15-30% of women have Raynaud's Disease compared to 5-15% of men. So imagine you're a lifty, a woman, and you have Raynaud's Disease. How happy would you be to have a pair of Mountain Hardwears Red Savina Gloves. These gloves "sense" the temperature of your hands and adjust the internal temperature accordingly, keeping your hands warm and comfy, without roasting them like those electric socks you used to wear as a kid. The rechardeable lithium polymer batteries weigh a scant 7 grams and will last 4-6 hours, depending use. We talked to Mtn Hardwear's Product Manager Dan Ramos about the glove today. Watch what he has to say below. Will retail for $300 and is due out Fall '08.
You should try the Vaso heated glove liner! I had last years Vaso, but tried the new one a couple a days ago! The fitting is amazing, and on the hottest setting it's almost to hot! I've always had a big problem with cold hand (Raynaud's Disease), but this is the first glove that actually does the trick. To a much better price too. Avalible at www.v5glove.com.
Looking to buy Red Savina heated gloves that is in SKI magazine on page 114 under NEW GEAR THAT BEATS THE COLD, priced at $300.00. Our zip is 48328, Waterford, Michigan. No stores in area seems to carry gloves, do you know where we can order online
I prefer the Vaso liners before the Savinas. The liners you can wear under any other gloves and I think they do a better job heating too. The Savinas are too bulky, and the Vaso heated glove liners is half the price too.
Yah, using these gadget prevents you from getting Raynaud's Disease. If you are in cold places you should have one of this because you are more likely to develop Raynaud's Disease. This is a very informative article, thanks for sharing it with us.