Protective clothing: Foot warmers for workers on the cold shift

Safety clothing: Just in time for winter, Ergodyne announced the launch of the N-Ferno® Disposable Foot Warmer (Model 6995). This disposable, one-size-fits-all foot warming pack will help workers work well and comfortably in any indoor or outdoor jobsite where the thermometer knows only one reading: cold.

"It's hard to do your job safely or effectively if you're shivering and can't stay warm," said Angela Pitsch, product manager at Ergodyne. "Our foot warmers provide heat to the entire foot for those who work long hours in indoor and outdoor cold environments."

As warm as some work boots are, this warming pack provides additional heat inside your footwear. Workers can activate the Disposable Foot Warmer by simply opening the pack. The all-natural ingredients heat up quickly as soon as they come in contact with oxygen and can warm feet for up to seven hours. Plus, when it comes time to pack up and head home, simply place your foot warmers in a Zip-loc® bag and reuse the next day.

"Coming from the land of the ice and snow, we know all too well that when your toes start to go, it's game over. That's why we are stoked to offer workers this innovative new foot product," said Tom Votel, president and CEO, Ergodyne. "These Disposable Foot Warmers will warm you to your sole and make working the cold shift a mere walk on the beach."

Key Features:
• To activate, just open the pack
• All-natural ingredients heat up when they contact oxygen
• Seal from oxygen in Zip-loc® bag and reuse the next day
• Warms up to 7 hours
• One-size-fits-all

About Ergodyne
Since 1983, Ergodyne has pioneered the development of safety products that Make The Workplace A Betterplace™. What started with just one product has grown into a line of top flight, battle-tested, Tenacious Work Gear®; all precision crafted to provide protection, improve productivity and manage the elements for workers on jobsites the world over. The current lineup is extensive and constantly growing including: Hand Protection, Knee Pads, Supports, Footwear Accessories, Cooling Products, Warming Products, Hi-Vis Apparel, Lanyards, Equipment Storage Systems, Performance Work Wear, Portable Work Shelters, Head Protection, and Eye Protection.

For more information about Ergodyne or other products, click here to go to Utility Products’ Buyers Guide.

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