not good for ski boots

Verified Buyer Reviewed by doctorsoandso from houston, tx on Wednesday, January 5, 2011
i used mine skiing, and i have used toe warmers before. i'm certain that the ones i used before worked pretty well, but this time none of the ones i used hardly even got warm. if they did, they didn't last any time at all. i know some of these things, esp the handwarmers, work by oxidation and so need air, but the company must have figured that any place you'd need them (i.e., ski boots for me) wouldn't exactly be getting much circulation, to say the least. you might pick another brand, or get some at a store right before you do whatever activity it is that you'll be doing.
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