Tested in Iceland

We're so confident that heated clothing is number one on the list of items you didn't know you needed, that we sent Alena camping in Iceland to prove it!

Alena touched down in Reykjavik and headed into the wilds to experience Iceland’s sensational natural beauty, the geyser, waterfall walk and ice lakes. She pitched up her tent and camped in freezing temperatures to push our heated clothing to the limit.

Whale Watching

First stop, whale watching in freezing conditions on the Icelandic waters. Alena doubled up her glove liners and her battery heated gloves for ultimate warmth. 

“I could easily use my camera with these gloves on and could respond more quickly because my fingers were warm!”


The Warmawear thermal socks were also a big hit, especially when combined with the heated insoles.

“We were having a competition to see who could stand in an ice lake the longest. Naturally this led to our feet getting a little cold! I don’t know what I would have done without the thermal socks and heat packs we took along. They allowed me to get my feet warm and toasty again in no time!”

Top Recommended Product

Alena's favourite and the most versatile piece of equipment in the pack was the Warmawear 4-in-1 Hand Warmer. This is a hand warmer, a torch, a bike light and a portable power bank.

“We didn’t have much chance to charge our phones, cameras or other digital devices, so this power bank was priceless. It also worked fantastically as a torch and extra hand warmer!” This item in particular seems to have been very useful in the wilds, where access to a mains power supply wasn’t an option.