SnugToes provides comfort for cold feet

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SnugToes has unveiled its first range of heatable slippers at the College of Podiatry’s Annual Conference and Exhibition in Harrogate.  Designed to warm up cold and painful feet, SnugToes is the first of its kind to incorporate handy removable heat pads.

SnugToes wearers simply remove the heat pads from the snuggly slipper tops, pop them in a microwave, or a pan of just-boiled water, to heat them up and then replace them in the slippers to enjoy warm feet for up to 3 hours.

The slippers have been specifically designed to help people suffering from uncomfortable and painful feet.  Their warming action helps soothe the effects of poor circulation and a variety of conditions including chilblains, Raynaud’s syndrome and peripheral neuropathy.

Unlike common wheat bag-based slippers, SnugToes don’t require the slippers themselves to be put in a microwave, what’s more they can also be safely worn walking around the house, which is better for circulation.  And unlike electric or USB alternatives, Snug Toes don’t need any cables for plugging in.

SnugToes for her are in a cream 100% suede outer with a plush polyester inner.  Snug Toes for him are navy blue and are 100% coral polyester fleece throughout.  Both are available in small, medium and large sizes.

The reheatable slippers come with the removable heat pads in the slipper top pockets, a gently elasticated back for better heat retention and non-slip soft rubber soles.

SnugToes will be on show on Stand 31 at the College of Podiatry Exhibition at the Harrogate International Centre from 19-21 November 2015.