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Athalon Amped Heated Boot Bag in Silver/Black
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Information about Athalon Amped Heated Boot Bag
Closeouts. Athalon's Amped heated boot bag is lightweight, durable and designed to operate with standard household outlets or your automobile's 12V power socket. The wrap-around heating system in the main compartment heats boots thoroughly and makes it easier to put on tight, stiff boots.
  • Uses standard household outlet or automobiles 12V power socket
  • Three temperature settings
  • Wrap-around heating unit keeps boots warm even in the coldest temperatures
  • Expanding external helmet pocket
  • Unheated side accessory pocket keeps essentials close at hand
  • Stowable padded backpack straps
  • Drainage grommets help keep contents dry
  • Large zip pocket with organizer compartments
  • Top carry handle
  • Bungee cord compression and storage system
  • Made in China
  • Prop 65: This product contains a chemical or substance known to the State of California to potentially cause reproductive harm.
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Specs about Athalon Amped Heated Boot Bag
  • Capacity: 2805 cu.in.
  • Carry options: Hand,Backpack
  • Material: Polyester and nylon blend
  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 17x15x11"
  • Weight: 5 lb.
  • Made in China
  • Prop 65: This product contains a chemical or substance known to the State of California to potentially cause reproductive harm.
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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Living in Solitude from Utah on Thursday, January 01, 2015
It does what it says it should. Perfect size for locker room. Use with timer for three hours set on medium and easy warm entry into an otherwise stiff boot. Very little interior space however once boots are in the bag.
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jim the skier from Taos NM on Wednesday, February 04, 2015
    Heats boots great in the house or car. It could stand to be a little bigger. I wear a 10 1/2 boot and it's a squeeze to fit them in.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Alex from Colorado on Wednesday, January 21, 2015
    Let me just start by telling you the only two negative aspects of owning this bag. Once you plug it in the wall outlet, it takes many, many hours for it to make the boots nice and toasty warm. The problems with that are many but one that concerns me is that I can't decide whether to go skiing in a flash. I have to know I'm going skiing at the latest the night before to plug in the boot bag before I go to sleep. Or, plug in the boot bag and if you don't go skiing in the morning unplug it and you just wasted a whole bunch of energy! If I plug it in when I wake up, it just won't have sufficient time to get the job done.

    The second negative aspect is that the boot bag lacks sufficient space to include other items in the heated compartment of the bag. Once your boots are in the bag, you won't have extra space except perhaps for a pair of gloves and a hat.

    Having said all of that the bag does, giving it sufficient time, what it suppose to do. It gets your ski boots so warm that they feel like butter when you put them on when you go skiing. It has a plug in adaptor to keep the boots warm in the car while driving to the mountain.

    If you don't mind plugging in the boot bag to the wall outlet 8 hours before going skiing, then this is your bag. I'm happy with mine!
  • Reviewed by Golden ski family from Colorado on Wednesday, January 21, 2015
    Can't beat the price for a heated boot bag. I can't compare it to other heated bags having never tried one. Only the base and the sides are heated as one reviewer noted (which is why I did not give 5 stars), but it kept my boots fairly warm after I initially heated them on a boot dryer for awhile. It is smaller in profile, which I like, and would probably only hold a pair of gloves and a beanie and not much else. Does have a separate zippered pocket for credit cards and small items. My boots are size 26.0 and fit perfect. Could handle slightly larger, but this bag does not fit my husband's size 29.0 boots. If you are looking for a gear bag that will hold more than boots, this is not the bag for you. If you want just an affordable boot bag that is heated, should be perfect.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Living in Solitude from Utah on Thursday, January 01, 2015
    It does what it says it should. Perfect size for locker room. Use with timer for three hours set on medium and easy warm entry into an otherwise stiff boot. Very little interior space however once boots are in the bag.
  • Reviewed by Carl Cold Feet from Old Utah ski hand on Sunday, November 16, 2014
    All my ski buddies said you have to get a heated boot bag. It is the way to go with warm feet/boots first thing in the morning.
    In general the bag looks to be of good quality (made in China, of course). I haven't tested the heat settings yet.
    I haven't used it but as the other buyers have stated, the mesh side pocket is too small to carry a helmet.
    I also found that one of the shoulder straps was mis-sown. It was mis-routed thru the tension keeper and will not hold in place so I will have to unstitch the strap at the bottom, re-route it thru the tensioner, then restitch it at the bottom again. No biggie.
    The bag is modest in size and will not hold much beyond a pair of boots and basic ski accessories.
    I can't wait to crank this bag up and feel the love in my cold feet at 7 a.m. in the morning when it's zero degrees outside.

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