Inuheat partners with your garment manufacturer to select the best heating yarns and heating design patterns for your particular product. For conventional socks, we use soft and knittable heating yarns that can fully surround the toe area (top, bottom and sides) for “around the toes” heating comfort.
Due to the nature of the yarns we use for traditional sock applications, the PowerPack should only be turned on once the socks are on your feet to provide uniform heating and prevent any chance of the heating yarns on the bottom of the sock taking an electical shortcut to the yarns on the top of the sock.
For heated glove and other garment applications, due to using different types of heating yarns that have an electrical coating, these other garments can be turned on while still off the body without issue to pre-warm them up if desired. If you have any questions, please reach out to us at email@example.com.
We are knitting the heating element in to the sock so that it will get as close to the skin as possible. The element design is very effective as it runs a lap around the foot putting all the heat at the places were the blood arteries pass closest to the skin. The blood warms up, and brings the warmth in to the toes.