About Hot Gear Ajax Heated Ski Boot Bag
Closeouts. Enjoy warm and dry boots that are a breeze to get into on cold mornings with the ingenious Hot Gear Ajax heated ski boot bag. It features three heat settings, helmet and accessory compartments, and a changing pad.
Specs about Hot Gear Ajax Heated Ski Boot Bag
- Capacity: 1680 cu.in.
- Carry options: Shoulder,Hand
- Material: 600 denier polyester
- Dimensions (HxWxD): 12x14x10"
- Weight: 6 lb.
- Made in China
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Reviewed by MRS from Colorado on Thursday, November 14, 2013Works just like the bigger Hot Gear bags but in a really manageable size. I have large boots and they fit perfectly as does the rest of my gear for a day of skiing.
Reviewed by Snow seeker from Lakewood, CO on Wednesday, October 2, 2013This bag is everything as advertised. It is compact in size, yet large enough to hold all my gear. Nice for day trips, but no more.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Marcel from Boise, ID on Monday, April 16, 2012I`ve used the bag twice and it was great. Works really good and will heat your boots and make them look like running shoes when you are on the slopes. No more freezing hard, almost impossible to put ski boots!
I wished the bag had a shoulder straps and also a better lock/padlock combo.
- Best Uses: Heat boots overnight, Store gear on summer, Trip to the mountain
- Cons: Backpack straps are cheap, Padlock is cheap
- Pros: Car plug works great, Good space for gear, Not bulky, Well built
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Steved in the flatlands from OKC, OK on Thursday, April 12, 2012I really like this bag. There's a place for everything. The warmer works great warming socks, boots, gloves. The backpack straps are ok even for a broad-shouldered 6'2" male. I like the styling and it is roomy enough for all my gear. With the great Sierra Trading discounts it was cheaper than my older, plain, non-heater K2 bag.
- Best Uses: Alpine Skiing
- Pros: Both AC and DC powered, Stylish, Warms boots gloves sock
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Krausse from Cooperstown, NY on Tuesday, April 3, 2012This bag was great! used it 5 days in a row in Utah this spring. My boots were dry and warm each morning. The bag traveled great too!
Question & Answer
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“Is this a 110V or 220V bag? It says it has the 12V car and 110V/220V home use plugs, but the manufacturer website shows a bag that is either 110V or 220V, not both.”
110v, at least mine was.
Mine arrived as 110V (US voltage). Hope this helps.