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Sidas Pro Set + Custom H Element

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    Tech Specs

    Battery Type:
    Battery Life:
    8 hours
    Recommended Use:
    cold ski days
    Manufacturer Warranty:
    2 years

    Custom H Element Pro Set

    With the Sidas Pro Set with Custom H Element foot warming system, you can keep your feet toasty warm from the first chair of the day to the last set of turns. The PRO batteries provide up to eight hours of warmth each, and three different heat settings allow you to fine-tune the temperature inside your boots. 

    • Includes two PRO batteries with charger that provide up to eight hours of warmth each
    • Three heat levels allow you to adjust the temperature inside your boots

    Batteries fall off

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I have had these heaters for just over a year and they heat pretty well. Turn them on low when you boot up and your feet won't get cold all day. There is a problem with the way the batteries attach to the clip that holds them to the boot. This part is made of two layers of plastic which tend to delaminate causing thenbatteries to fall off your boot. I have had this happen twice in the year that I have ownes these. $100+ for new batteries and you are back on the hill with cozy feet only to have it happen again. My reccomendation is to look for a more rugged design

    Super warm!

      It was a blizzard the first time I used these heaters. They were great! My feet stayed nice and warm all day. The heaters have three settings (low, medium, and high). The “high” setting gets pretty hot, so be careful not to burn your feet. I had them installed at a boot shop just to be safe. However, there are some videos on You Tube that show how to install these heaters. The batteries secure tightly on my boot strap. They are low profile and my ski pants easily fit over them. At the end of the day, you can plug the heaters in to the wall unit, and they will dry out your boots. I have been very pleased with these boot warmers.

      Installing on custom footbeds

        Worth the flack

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Boot heaters are a bit of a polarizing accessory. I have friends who will say they are unnecessary, for the weak or emasculating. Then I have the friends who bit the bullet, bought boot heaters and will never go back.
        I am now a member of the latter. I picked these up to help mask poor fitting boots. By the third run, I would not be able to feel anything in my forefoot and was unable to feel any feedback from the skis. Adding heat to my boots has counteracted the tightness of my boots and has allowed my feet to keep feeling for the whole day.

        The Sidas Pro batteries are slightly bigger than the Nano batteries but provide longer life. I like having the 3 different heat levels as compared to the on/off of the Nanos. If minimalism is your #1 priority, the Nano is the ticket. The Pros are not much bigger but the 3 heat levels and extended battery life are worth the sacrifice in my opinion. Just be careful with the highest setting as it can get hot and start to burn your toes.

        When done for the day, simply plug the batteries into the charger. You can also plug the charger into the elements to expedite drying of the boot.

        Installation is not the easiest but is not difficult if you know what you are doing. Basically, you place the heating element on the toe area of the footbed, put a slit in the footbed to help route the cable underneath, then out the heel of the liner, up the back and to the battery mounted on the power strap (there are different mount options sold separately). The most difficult part is ensuring the included cover is applied without wrinkles or creases. The footbeds have a bunch of different contours so it takes some care. A heat gun or blow dryer will also help. So will cutting slits in the edge of the adhesive cover to help with contours.

        Overall, I am a convert to boot heaters and will not be back any time soon.

        They work!

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        Cold feet suck. A great day can easily be ruined by frozen toes. No matter how well your boots fit, low blood circulation will always prevail. In come this set of insoles. Feet are now warm, the day is saved! The best part about them is they mold to your feet so you still get the performance and fit out of a 'custom' footbed but with battery powered warmth. Make sure you keep them charged is all. Easy enough.

        I just bought a 2nd set and they do not come with custom insoles. For both sets I purchased I put the heating element on an existing custom footbed. Wondering now whether there are two different versions of the product being interchanged here?

        Warm toes

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        A friend bought these for his AT boots. After laughing at him at the start of the day, having numb toes all the way home in the car until I sat in front of the fire, persuaded me that boot heaters in an AT boot was a luxury worth having. These heaters last the prescribed 8 hours, are easy to use and clip nicely onto your boots' power-strap without the need for special adapters. They're pretty small and minimal, but keep the chill off my toes. Only note is that you need to ensure the connector gets pushed ALL the way into the battery unit - it was a little stiff at first. I'd buy another pair.