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Women's Heated Clothing – 3 Items You Need to Stay Cozy in the Outdoors

With the right gear, you can enjoy the outdoors year-round, no matter how chilly outside temperatures get. These heated clothing items from Gobi Heat will help you beat the cold when outdoors.

Women's Heated Clothing – 3 Items You Need to Stay Cozy in the Outdoors
February through April are prime times to look for deer antler sheds, but outside temps can be quite frigid. Wearing heated clothing can help make the hunt for white gold more comfortable. (Kiba Nichols photo)

Cold weather can make it tempting to stay inside, but you should never let it stop you from doing the outdoor activities you love. Thankfully, protecting yourself from cold temperatures is easy – and fashionable – with Gobi Heat's line of heated apparel. From beanies to socks to hoodies to hunting jackets, they have the heated gear you need to stay warm and comfortable in the outdoors.

Here are my top picks from Gobi Heat’s women’s lineup.

Crest Women’s Heated Beanie

Crest Women’s Heated Beanie
The Crest Women’s Heated Beanie is available in Cream (pictured) or Steel and features a heat zone over each ear. (Images courtesy of Gobi Heat)

When it's cold outside, a regular hat just doesn't cut it – especially if you have sensitive ears. I would much rather wear something thick and cozy on my head, like the Crest Women's Heated Beanie. It's the perfect chunky-knit hat to wear on chilly days and features two heat zones, one over each ear.

The beanie has a wool-like feel but is not itchy or scratchy like wool. Made of 100% acrylic fibers on the outside and a polyester/spandex blend on the inside, it is soft and comfortable to wear.


The Crest beanie has three different heat settings to keep your head and ears warm: Low (113 degrees F), Medium (131 degrees F), and High (140 degrees F). Hidden discreetly underneath the beanie's folded brim are the power button (LED light controller) and battery pack pocket. The ultra-slim battery fits snuggly in the pocket without weighting the beanie down. On its lowest setting, the battery will last up to 7 1/2 hours.

Features/Specs:

  • One size
  • LED controller with 3 heat settings: Low, Medium, and High
  • Battery life: 7.5 hours (Low), 5.5 hours (Medium), 3.5 hours (High)
  • Steel fiber heating technology
  • Machine washable

Sahara Women’s Heated Jacket

Sahara Women’s Heated Jacket
Sahara Women’s Heated Jacket in Oasis (Images courtesy of Gobi Heat)

Hate wearing multiple layers of clothing or baggy, oversized jackets to keep warm? The Sahara Women’s Heated Jacket is for you. Unlike most winter coats, which can be bulky or puffy, the Sahara jacket is lightweight, heated, and offers a flattering fit for women.

The Sahara jacket is durable and comfortable. The outside material is strong, made with a polyester soft-shell fabric that is resistant to wind, water, and abrasions. The inside is lined with polar fleece, so it's soft, thick, and warm.

Sahara Women’s Heated Jacket
The Sahara Women’s Heated Jacket has two heat zones in the chest and a large heat zone in the back. (Images courtesy of Gobi Heat)

The Sahara is a fantastic jacket to wear on cool or cold days. It is battery-heated and features three heat zones (two in the chest and one large zone in the upper back) to keep you nice and toasty. At the touch of a button, you can control your body warmth with three heat settings: Low (113 degrees F), Medium (131 degrees F), and High (140 degrees F). On its lowest setting, the included battery will provide up to 10 hours of heat.

Features/Specs:

  • Sizes: XS-3XL
  • LED controller with 3 heat settings: Low, Medium, and High
  • Battery life: 10 hours (Low), 7 hours (Medium), 5 hours (High)
  • Conductive thread heating technology
  • Adjustable sleeve cuffs and cinchable waist
  • Machine washable



Epic Heated Gloves

Epic Heated Gloves
The heating elements in these Epic Heated Gloves will help to keep your fingers warm. (Images courtesy of Gobi Heat)

There's no need to use hand warmers when you have these Epic Heated Gloves to wear. Simply slip the rechargeable batteries into the small pockets on the wrist of the gloves, zip up the pockets, and press the LED buttons to one of three heat settings (Low, Medium, or High). The heating elements in the gloves run up and around each finger, so your hands won't get cold or numb. When each glove is set to Low, the batteries will provide heat for up to 6 hours.

Features/Specs:

  • Sizes: S-XL
  • LED controller with 3 heat settings: Low, Medium, and High
  • Battery life: 6 hours (Low), 3 hours (Medium), 2 hours (High)
  • Steel fiber heating technology
  • Water-resistant nylon/leather material
  • Adjustable cinch bungees and Velcro straps
  • Machine washable

Outdoor activities are more enjoyable when you aren't freezing your butt off. Do yourself a favor and wear heated clothing when it's cold outside, such as a heated jacket, hat, and gloves like these from Gobi Heat, to keep yourself warm and comfortable.

To see more heated gear from Gobi Heat, visit: gobiheat.com

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