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First look: Palladium's self-heating boots

Footwear brand Palladium is launching self-heating boots for autumn 19.

The boots have been produced in collaboration with Therm-Ic, a company that creates portable heating elements.

Heating elements have been embedded in the base of the boots, and the wearer is able to control the internal temperature via a smartphone app or USB cable connection.

The boots, available for men and women, are based on Palladium’s classic Pampa Sportcuff silhouette and features a waterproof membrane, polar fleece lining and merino wool foot bed for an extra level of warmth.

Two different formats will launch for autumn 19. The standard “Heat-Ready” package features heating pads where the user sets the temperature before wearing the boot.

The “In-Control” style allows users to alter the temperature within the boots while they are on the move, using Bluetooth connectivity and smartphone apps.

The boots wholesale for £81.25, and the power pack is £56.25; 07802252858; palladiumboots.co.uk

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