Whether it’s the dead of winter or just a brisk day in fall, some of us have serious trouble keeping warm. Maybe it happens when you’re watching TV in a drafty room or raking leaves in the yard, but once the cold gets hold of you, it’s almost impossible to shake it. Simply throwing on a bunch of layers doesn’t always get the job done, and turning up the heat in your home can mean utility bills that chill in their own way.
But you don’t have to resign yourself to a winter of suffering. If you’re always finding yourself a little too cold for comfort, check out some of our favorite products for staying warm and cozy no matter how low the temperature drops.
Keeping warm in cold weather doesn’t have to be a losing battle. If you have the right products in your home, you can stay warm and cozy all winter long.
If you get chilly when you’re curled up on the sofa reading a book or watching a movie, this heated blanket is the perfect way to stay warm. It offers ten different heat settings so you can get the temperature just right no matter how cold you get. The blanket is queen size, which means you can take it with you to bed to keep you cozy all night long, and it has dual side controls that allow you and your partner to control the temperature on each side of the bed. Don’t worry about safety — a low-voltage electrical system and ten-hour automatic shutoff provide the safest operation possible.
If your home or office is drafty, this convenient space heater is the perfect way to warm things up. Its adjustable 1500-watt ceramic heating element has 11 different temperature settings, so you can find the most comfortable option for any room. Overheat protection keeps it from getting too hot even if it’s left on for a prolonged period of time. And the exterior stays cool to the touch during operation, so you never have to worry about little hands getting burned. The handle makes it easy to carry this compact unit wherever you need the extra warmth. Best of all, it comes fully assembled.
Whether you love cold weather sports like skiing and snowboarding or have to work outdoors in the winter, the right gloves can make all the difference in keeping your hands warm and toasty. These convertible glove/mittens are a great option because they’re made of fleece with an added layer of insulation to really keep the cold at bay. But they take the warmth up a notch with special pockets that hold air-activated warming packets, no batteries required.
Always turn a space heater off before leaving a room or going to sleep.
Everyone needs a good robe for when they get out of the shower, but you can also layer a cozy bathrobe over your pajamas to keep you warm when you’re relaxing at home. This microfiber robe does a good job of keeping you warm because the fleece not only effectively absorbs water but also insulates extremely well. Two generously sized pockets are perfect for carrying your phone or warming your hands, making this robe ideal for lounging. The robe is also machine washable, so it’s easy to keep clean, too.
Even in your thickest socks, your feet can get cold during frigid winter months. Instead of padding around your home in nothing but your socks, give these cozy UGG slippers a try. A water-resistant suede or leather exterior means you can wear them indoors as well as outdoors when you take out the trash or bring in the mail. The wool lining really keeps feet toasty and cozy, and the wool insole naturally wicks moisture away to keep feet dry, too. These comfortable slippers are available in a variety of colors and fit true to size.
If you get cold easily but have to spend time outdoors in the winter, long underwear is essential. These leggings have two layers of Merino wool to retain body heat and keep you warm, and you don’t have to worry about the soft, stretchy fabric being scratchy or uncomfortable. The leggings sit at the natural waistline and boast a tagless, non-itch waistband, so there’s no chance of irritation. They fit perfectly under clothing, making them the perfect base layer for winter sports, camping, football games, and other outdoor activities.