Wednesday, 4 December 2013

Review: Heat Holders Thermal Tights - and Win Thermal Socks!

If you are looking for something to keep you toasty this winter, make sure you head over to the Heat Holders online shop.  With super-cosy socks, tights, leggings, hats, gloves, mittens and underwear, there is something for every member of the family.  And what's more they are so warm they actually have a TOG rating, yep, just like your snuggly duvet!

I was recently sent a pair of the super warm thermal tights to try out and can't believe how comfy and cosy they are.  Plus in the bigger size, they even fit right over bump!  So far their outings have been to carols in the park - there's only so much warming a non-alcoholic mulled wine can supply! - and a couple of long play sessions on the rather windswept and chilly beach.


With a soft brushed inside which maximises the amount of warm air held close to the skin, they have a TOG rating of 0.52.  I.e. they are jolly warm!  The tights are made from an advanced insulating yarn that provides high performance insulation against the cold.  They are a good fit, not too tight or restricting and very comfortable - not something I could say about many close-fitting garments when 9 months pregnant!

Just don't ask why I have Playmobil people mountaineering up my thermal-clad leg...

Made from 99% Polyester and 1% Elastane, they have a 140 Denier appearance, making them look like really thick opaque tights or even leggings.  They are great under another pair of trousers or jeans, or with a winter skirt or dress.

Available in sizes Small to Extra Large, they retail at a very reasonable £8.00 a pair online at Sock Shop, and are also available in BHS, Fenwick's, Debenhams, House of Fraser, Sainsburys and other stockists.

The kind people at Heat Holders have given me a couple of pairs of their fabulous cosy Thermal Socks to give away to Attachment Mummy readers.  If you would like to win a pair of Heat Holders Ladies Thermal Socks, just enter via the Rafflecopter below:

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This giveaway ends at midnight on 31st December 2013.

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156 comments :

  1. Santa's sleigh ride through our local woods.

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  2. No outdoor events. Just a lot of walking

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  3. We are going to see Father Christmas' reindeers

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  4. carol singing xx

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  5. our local Christmas outdoor party

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  6. christine shelley4 December 2013 at 17:08

    They're turning on the Christmas lights in the village tomorrow and Budgens are giving out drinks and mince pies

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  7. Staying home after an accident this year. :(

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  8. Carol Singing on Saturday

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  9. No actual events but long walks with thedog x.

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  10. Visit to see santa arriving

    Ashleigh

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  11. Ice Skating in George square, Glasgow

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  12. Shopping and country walks.

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  13. A Christmas market at a local farm.

    @rachiegr

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  14. We dont have anything on like that in my area just shopping and if it snows then we will be going sledding so will need some heat holders for that

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  15. carol service, and midnight mass

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  16. family walk on the beach, if that counts as an 'event'

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  17. I'd love to go see a christmas parade! <3

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  18. Not got anything planned, we will go out and play in the snow if we get some xxx

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  19. Christmas market
    (kim neville)

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  20. The German market in birmingham

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  21. christmas market and visiting santa

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  22. Snow walks at every opportunity! And hopefully another day out at the Manchester Christmas markets, although I've been once already!

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  23. Carols on the green - if I can cope with the cold x

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  24. None that I know of yet, but something usually comes along

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  25. None that I know of yet, but something usually comes along

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  26. Outdoor Christmas Market

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  27. just my usual country walks and a bit of fishing.

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  28. I won't be attending any, but my house is cold enough in december that these socks would come in handy!

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  29. Santa Run (this morning) and markets

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  30. Farmers Market - otherwise staying warm inside :)
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  31. I attended the lights being turned on in my local shopping centre

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  32. Outdoor woodland walk with the kiddies

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  33. Probably just a local Christmas Market

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  34. I'll be staying in the warm thanks. I still get cold feet thought.

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  35. Carol Singing @Amezeylady

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  36. ive done the garden centre and the switching on of lights so now its just the daily dog walks

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  37. No events as such just lots of walking around in the cold with my toddler :)

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  38. Michelle Ferguson19 December 2013 at 20:01

    No outdoor events, weather is too rainy

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  39. walking my dogs and my children too

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  40. We went to the Christmas markets recently, but not much else in the next few days x

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  41. The local christmas tree lighting and the boxing day dip in aid of a cancer charity

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  42. Dog walking and Christmas shopping

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  43. Walking the dog every day is outdoors enough.....brrrrrr! x

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  44. christmas markets

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  45. Christmas market with mulled wine x @lorrainesaeed

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  46. Carol services they are always cold places churches!!!

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  47. just shopping and walking to bus stops

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  48. Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park.

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  49. Walking the dogs everyday I am off. Fireworks display on New Years eve (Hopefully!)

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  50. I'll be going to see the fireworks on 31st Dec.

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  51. We're not actually attending any events but we will be having some lovely walks to get some fresh air and exercise

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  52. Sloshing through the mud on the common

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  53. Santa in the woods

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  54. we didnt go to any outdoor events this year. the weather has been terrible

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  55. watching fireworks new year's eve :)

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  56. Stayed indoors this year for local Christmas light switch on :- within shopping mall / centre. As outdoor event cold, windy and raining. Glad I stayed warm and dry.

    Rachel Craig

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  57. well we were hoping for some sledging..looks like just walking the dog in this weather!

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  58. We are going Ice skating and to the German Christmas markets!

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  59. we went to a winter wonderland event

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  60. Christmas market

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  61. Daily walks through the cold wet woods with my dog!

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  62. We went to the christmas light switch on which was freezing !! i went to the sales which were not quite as cold ;)

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  63. i train athletics outdoors and always need warm clothing

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  64. Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park.

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  65. Christmas Markets. Visit at Santa's Grotto.

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  66. dog walking in all weathers!

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  67. Taking my son karting - He loves it,rain or shine.

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  68. No plans for any unusual events, just shopping and the usual outdoor pursuits!

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  69. Xmas Carol service/parade...it's always freezing

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  70. Seeing Father Christmas at Willows farm!

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  71. Pam Francis Gregory30 December 2013 at 10:55

    Charity Walk

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  72. Gabrielle Svensson30 December 2013 at 11:26

    Christmas market

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  73. None that I can think of, but will be doing a lot of walking.

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  74. Maria Jane Knight30 December 2013 at 12:17

    We went to Winter Wonderland and it was so much fun :)

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  75. the south bank christmas market the smells and lights are so christmassy

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  76. as few as possible lol although I have been to my grandchildrens carol services and christmas plays

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  77. Watching ice-skating. Can't skate myself, unfortunately :-(

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  78. no events but daily dog walks

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  79. Didn't have any outdoor events planned this year!

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  80. winter wonderland in cardiff, walking to work
    lisa ann tebbutt

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  81. I will be spectating (ie. standing still) while my Guides and the other leaders ice skate. Brrr! Hopefully also a few walks, and a visit to our local peting farm and steam railway (2 places!) with my toddler :-)

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  82. Ayesha warsi
    Nice

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  83. Christmas markets in Birmingham and Bath

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  84. Football spectating

    Diane Williamson

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  85. We went to carol singing in the castle near us

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  86. We went to watch the carol singing at a local castle

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  87. Christmas markets in London (@sallylearning)

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  88. I do like a winter walk but wrapping up warm is a must!

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  89. Christmas markets and Winter Wonderland

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  90. Derry/Londonderry -UK city of culture - Street Celebrations

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  91. We visited Santa at an outdoor garden centre nearby; it was fabulous.

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  92. The family visited an outdoor garden centre to see Santa during December; it was fabulous.

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