Friday, February 21, 2020

Stay Warm, Spring Isn't Here Yet!

We live in Minnesota, and I probably do not have to tell you that it gets fricken cold here. Just yesterday it was -15. Yes, that is a negative symbol! Brrrr. As I am sure it gets freezing cold in many other Midwest states, too. Do not let cold hands slow you down this winter. Keep hands warm! At CozyWinters, they have the best selection of heated gloves that are perfect for most outdoor events including skiing, spectator sports, gardening, golfing, biking, hiking, and many other cold weather activities. They even have hand warmers to give you some extra heat! No matter what you need gloves for during the winter months, they have some that will work for you. There are many choices from CozyWinters including battery operated models and other styles made to plug into a power source like a motorcycle or a snowmobile. The wide selection guarantees that you can enjoy extra warmth on your hands, no matter what you're doing outside. Need your tootsies warm as well? They also carry boot warmers. And even Bluetooth enabled clothing that heats up to keep you cozy! They even have your pets covered with heated pet beds, and food and water bowls! I for one and looking forward to the Spring, but we all know that still can be awhile until it is warm enough for the outdoor air to heat us! So I would like to stay warm!

Check it all out at CozyWinters on Facebook, as well as CozyWinters on Twitter!
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