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.
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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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Kate from Santa Fe, NM on Saturday, January 9, 2016I second what the other reviewers say about space and functionality, but want to add that I haven't even had this for a year and it already has a tear in the stretchy helmet storage part, and I don't even use that every time.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by PMR from Palo Alto, CA on Thursday, June 11, 2015So far, I've only heated up the bag to test it out. It heated up fast and was nice and toasty inside.
I'm excited to use it to heat up my non-skiing gear before I head out into the elements.
I don't ski and bought this to heat shoes, socks, scarfs, gloves, hats, etc!
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jockman from Hudson Valley New York on Thursday, March 19, 2015The bag appears to be high quality material and zippers. Wished it held more, but some exterior carrying features somewhat make up for this.
The external helmet carrier is too small for my helmet. Tested the heater and boots were significantly warm in 2 hours. I will probably use the boot heater a few times per year but I figure the typical travel time to a mountain of 1.5 hours is enough to provide welcome warmth. I have a large boot (size 13) and the boots fit, although snugly.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jim the skier from Taos NM on Wednesday, February 4, 2015Heats 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, 2015Let 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!
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This is not designed to operate with 220 volt environment.