Therm-icThermicSole TrimFit

Power up your insoles.

You don't need to take out your custom orthotics to enjoy warm feet; simply use the Therm-ic ThermicSole TrimFit kit to turn into heated insoles. The kit comes with a pair of heating elements that go under your insoles, and a pair of thin, self-adhesive Cambrelle fabric covers that go over the top. Plug them into a Therm-ic powerpack (sold separately), and enjoy toasty feet, as well as the support that you need, on the ski slopes.

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Toasty Toes

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

The Thermic Soles work seamlessly with the Therm-ic power packs. They only warm your toes so the rest of your feet are on their own to stay warm. These are super nice for the frosty days on the slopes to keep your toes comfortable.

Keeps the cold tolerable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

These have made skiing much more pleasant than before, as now my toes don't go through the painful thawing process at the end of the day. Only complaint is that it's hard to get it perfect, and since there's only three settings, you don't have much choice. And on a very cold day (single digits) I had them on the highest setting (I usually only use the lowest), and my toes were still pretty cold.

IC 1200

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Easy to install. Great product.

Cold Feet? No problem

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Bought as a gift for a friend this is what they had to say about it:
The ThermicSole Trim fit is the self adhesive material used in conjuction with Thermic boot heating batteries. She had it cut and constructed to attach to their own custom footbed. Works great and keeps their feet warm on the cold days!

Solid Product

    They work as described. I wish they were a little flatter.

    Soldering bumps on the circuit board

      The circuit board that connects the batteries to the soles have soldering bumps about 2mm tall and 4mm x 2mm in area. The instructions recommend cutting into the insoles of your ski boot to accommodate them, which, in my opinion, defeats the purpose of having a trim-fit sole and risks damaging any custom orthotics you might have.

      I've found cutting the footbed (with a dremel) at the most forward point of your arch makes it so you cant feel a thing, and doesn't compromise your footbed.

      how do you plug them in

      how do you plug them in

      You need to buy the Thermic battery packs separately. These units then plug in to the batteries.