Anybody use Sidas heated insoles for snowwhoeing?

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JimmyW

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I've snowshoed for many years and have relied on the chemical packs to keep my feet warm. They really don't cut it anymore, and I came across the Sidas heated insole package: http://www.sidassport.com/en/our-products/winter-sports/nano-set-pack-84-2.html. There are very few reviews, which are mostly positive. Most of the reviews relate to downhill skiing, but the insoles will work in any boot, and they look comfortable. Each battery can attach to the boot top, where my gaiters will cover them. Better yet, I can keep a battery in each pocket and use the extension cords. The cord could run inside my pants and attach to the cord that sticks out of my boot top. They're about $190, but I'm ready to spend a few bucks to have warm feet for more than a couple hours. Thanks!
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