We all know the agonizing shots of lightning that pierce through our hands when they are exposed to prolonged cold. It doesn’t take long for those cold streaks of lightning to strike, either.
When many people think about hypothermia, they think about wilderness survivor enthusiasts, or pioneers in the far-west in a time so long ago.
The fact is, the cold can be just as dangerous for us as it is for any outdoor enthusiast, or for any of our forebears who made their homes on far-flung frontiers.
Hunters fight the elements every fall and winter. Hunting hand warmers are as essential to a hunter’s gear as long underwear, a thermal coat, their rifle, their ammunition.
Survivalists say that a person’s hands must be kept warm in the harsh artic winter. Frostbitten hands can do little, or nothing. For a person to survive ice and snow’s hardest hits, his or her hands need to be limber, fluid, and flexible. Hands build shelter. Hands start fires. Hands are essential.
These days, style and variety have come to industry of winter heated clothing and accessories. There are hats, toboggans, gloves, underwear, helmets, and many more items to boot, for him. There are just as many items for her, too.
There are different styles. There are different colors. There are different brands. There are choices, galore.
Not only are there products to keep a person warm, there are products to cool a person off, too. Adventurists, outdoorsmen and women hit the lakes, trails, and woods of summer, as well as of winter.
Nothing can ruin a wonderful time in the great outdoors-no matter what the season-like discomfort can. Cold, chilling hands, icy, freezing feet, or burning backs aned scalding chests, do not have to end any adventure.