Jambu’s “Volt” Heated Boot Keeps Feet Warm, Illuminated

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You may have some hot stilettos in your closet, but nothing will make your winter wardrobe sizzle like the new “Volt” heated boot by Jambu. Each pair comes with its own on-board ignition switch, a heating plate that reaches up to 122º Fahrenheit, and a rechargeable lithium-ion battery for dual-source charging. With just one touch, you can keep your insoles toasty for five consecutive hours, as well as activate the piped lighting for extra nighttime security. Other amenities include a partially recycled rubber outsole with all-terrain traction, water-resistant insulation, and extended toe and heel bumpers to cushion blows. Available in “blizzard gray,” “brownie melt,” and “black ice,” the futuristic Volt will make frostbitten toes ancient history.

+ Volt Heated-Boot $333 at Zappos

+ Jambu

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5 Responses to “Jambu’s “Volt” Heated Boot Keeps Feet Warm, Illuminated”

  1. Q says:

    why is a energy consumming boot eco friendly? It seems to me that it is the exact opposite! please enlighten me =)

  2. Jasmin Malik Chua says:

    @Q Besides garments that are ostensibly “green,” we also cover wearable technology that improves people’s quality of life. Plus, they’re rechargeable.

  3. david a martin (@RangerMartin) says:

    they are a rechargeable system, the energy source choice is still up to you however . . . i would suggest solar, wind, hydro, or geo-thermal

  4. RexHavoK says:

    Beats constantly throwing out used foot warmers. The light up part feels a bit gimmicky but I can see the rest of the appeal.

  5. lantarahorses says:

    hi can someone please let me know where to buy these and how much they are.

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