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Cold winter months make it hard to stay active outside. Fortunately (or maybe unfortunately, depending on how you feel about working out) PolarSeal heated tops were created as a possible solution.
Designed to brave the great outdoors, PolarSeal tops feature integrated heating elements that make it a perfect layering piece for skiers, hikers, and runners.
Available in both men’s and women’s cuts, the quarter-zips look similar to other athletic tops you might find at a sporting goods store, but are equipped with two heating zones (lower and upper back) that can be activated separately or together and heat up in just ten seconds.
They feature three different temperatures to choose from, and a full charge from a USB battery pack of your choice will reportedly get you about eight hours of warmth, perfect for a day on the slopes or in the mountains.
This is the first Kickstarter project from PolarSeal. If successful, tops in blue, grey, and black will begin shipping to customers in November of this year and will be sold for $169. Pledge to the project now to receive get an early bird discount.