Best Heated Socks of 2022
Keeping your feet warm helps keep the rest of your body nice and toasty and nothing drains heat away from your core more than wet and cold tootsies. A pair of heated socks will make sure your toes stay warm regardless of the temperature outside.
The best heated socks have a rechargeable battery that will work for up to 12 hours on low and push the temperature up to 140°F on high. It is almost impossible to get cold feet with a pair of heated socks covering your toes. In addition to heat, many heated socks are waterproof and some even come with Bluetooth connectivity so you can adjust the heat and monitor your battery levels.
Heated socks are not only great for hiking or just walking around town on a cold day, they can take your skiing, snowboarding and snowshoeing to a whole new level, it’s easy to stay out on the slopes when your feet are toasty.
If your feet are tired of being cold, it’s time to make the jump to heated socks.
There are dozens of brands when it comes to heated socks and we took a look at most them to find the best six pairs on the market today.
Take a look at what we think are best heated socks of 2022:
VELAZZIO Unisex Heated Socks
The Velazzio heated socks are one of the best reviewed socks we considered, they are super comfortable and provide plenty of heat although the battery life leaves a bit to desired. These heated socks come with two rechargeable 2600mAh 3.7V lithium batteris which will keep your feet warm for up to 5 hours on low. When you crank them up to high, expect about 3.5 hours of heat.
One of the best features of the Velazzio is the heating element. These heated socks have dual heating elements that will keep your instep, sole and toes toasty warm. They can hit 150°F on high, making them one of the warmest socks we recommend. These heated socks are made from cotton, polyester, and a spandex blend, which makes them very comfortable, many people commented they would make great socks even without the heating elements. One major benefit of these socks is the remote control which makes adjusting the heat very easy.
The reviews are stellar for this pair of heated socks with everyone loving the warmth and fit. There were a few negative reviews that focused on defective batteries but customer service resolved these issues. A few skiers commented that the battery sits a bit low so they are not ideal for ski boots.
Gobi Tread Heated Socks
Gobi is one of the most respected heated apparel makers out there, they are 100% female owned and have been making heated clothing since 2016. Their Tread socks are a big seller and for good reason, they are made from 100 percent cotton which makes them super soft and super warm.
The Gobi’s use a steel fiber heating element located under the toes to keep your entire foot warm. The ultra slim 5 volt, 2400 mAh lithium-polymer batteries can provide 12 hours of heat on low and up to 4 hours on the high setting. These socks will heat up to 140°F on high which will keep your toes toasty in the coldest of weather.
These heated unisex socks also come with a remote control so you can easily change the temperature of the socks when out and about. Unlike most of the other heated socks available, these socks are machine washable which makes cleaning them nice and easy. They are available in a small/medium size as well as a large/XL so you can get the size that best fits your foot.
These socks get fantastic reviews with just about everyone raving about the heat and how soft they are on your feet. The remote control was a big seller and the only real complaints involved some defective batteries, which were replaced by customer service. It should be noted that these are the most expensive socks we looked at but if you can afford them, they are well worth the price.
QILOVE Electric Heated Socks
The QILOVE heated socks are a solid choice that will keep your feet nice and warm when out in the cold. The 3.7v 2200mah rechargeable lithium batteries put out up to six hours of heat on the lowest setting but will drain the battery in about three hours if you are running them on high.
This cotton/polyester blend heated sock is available in a variety of colors and standard sizes. They can be machine washed (in a laundry bag) but should be air-dried.
These socks get great reviews with many people praising the quick charging time of the batteries. They also loved how soft they were and the small size of the battery which most said they could not even feel when they were wearing the socks. The few negative reviews felt that the socks did not warm up enough to keep their feet warm. Customer service seems responsive and happy to deal with any issues that come up.
Rabbitroom Thick Knit
Rabbitroom makes a variety of heated products and their hat was one of the best ones we have found. Luckily, their heated socks have kept their reputation intact, these are some of the best heated socks out there. They are nice and comfortable and produce plenty of heat to keep your toes warm on even the coldest of days.
These unisex, one size fits all heated socks are made from cotton polyester spandex material which is nice and thick as well as super breathable.
These socks are designed to last and will keep your feet warm using two (one for each sock) 3.7V rechargeable Li-ion batteries that will put out heat for up to six hours on low. They will crank up the temp on high for 3.5 hours and 5 hours on medium. It takes about 4-5 hours to recharge the batteries.
Rabbitroom heated socks get fantastic reviews from just about everyone that used them. They love the fit and raved about the heat they produce as well as the battery life. The biggest complaint was that the heating elements are located on the top of the foot, keeping the toes nice and toasty but there are no heating elements on the bottom of the foot.
These socks are an excellent choice for skiers, snowboarders, hunters or anyone else that spends a lot out time out in the cold, or even those who suffer from poor circulation and have cold feet even in the house.
Snow Deer Heated Socks
Snow Deer heated socks are an excellent choice if you like sizing options. These heated socks are available in small, medium, large and XL compared to most other brands which are one size fits all.
A set of 7.4V 2200MAH Rechargeable Li-ion Batteries power the three heating levels and can push the heat up to 131°F on high. Unfortunately, the battery will only last for a couple of hours on high which is significantly shorter than most other brands. These socks will run for 6 hours on low so if you don’t need high heat all the time, they can be an excellent choice.
Snowdeer heated socks are made from cotton and polyester, they feature a COOLMAX tri-blend construction which helps the moisture wicking high-stretch fabric keep you warm and dry. The reviews for these heated socks are impressive with most people loving them. In addition, numerous people mentioned that spare batteries are available for sale on Amazon, making it easy to extend the time you can wear them. The biggest complaints were defective batteries and not being able to machine wash them.
All in all these socks are a great choice, particularly if you don’t need a long battery life, however if you do need a long life, consider buying another set of batteries.
Sunwill Heated Socks
The Sunwill gets great reviews and is one of the better heated socks we reviewed. It is available in a wide variety of sizes and uses infrared fiber heating elements to keep your feet nice and warm.
It uses two rechargeable 7.4V 2200mah rechargeable lithium battery packs which can crank the heat all the way up to 131°F on high. These socks can stay hot for 4 hours on high (very impressive), 6 hours on medium, and up to 10 hours on low which means you have plenty of time out in the cold before your feet will feel it.
The Sunwill is also one of the most comfortable socks we looked at, it is made from of premium cotton and polyester. Everyone loved the heat they generated as well as the fit, although you may need to order up a size. The negative reviews mainly concerned the power button which may turn off if you bump them against something. In addition, the battery sits a bit low in these socks so if you are planning on wearing them while skiing it could be a problem with your ski boots.