Sock and Roll this Summer!

Coachella kicked off the summer festivals in style once again this year with three weekends of the best and biggest artists and bands across the globe coming to perform at Empire Polo Club in (the usually) sunny California. As these three weekends proved, weather is certainly unpredictable.  From blistering heat to harsh winds the crowds revelled in the incredible line up and partied hard, in true Heat Holders style – whatever the weather.

As top festivals are set to begin across the world – those of us with less sun (and more rainy/muddy/soggy weather) across the globe are looking at what to take with us as we pack our festival essentials!

In Britain, the summer months have become the season that make Cagoules and Wellies fashionable. The clothes that were once forced upon us as children have now become essential attire for any of the world’s biggest festivals. Heat Holders have put together a list of festival necessities for you festival lovers to enjoy the music and atmosphere in comfort and warmth!


Heat Holders – the warmest thermal socks

Make Heat Holders your headliner at this year’s festivals. With their increased tog rating of 2.34, Heat Holders are seven times warmer than normal socks, meaning your feet will be warm and cosy, even if the rest of you is drenched in mud. The soft brushed inner adds comfort and softness where feet need it the most. Their gentle grip prevents rubbing or discomfort that may be experienced from a sock with a lower tog rating. This comforting effect and gentle grip of the socks also protects your feet from rubbing or discomfort from walking up and down large festival sites, as well as dancing through the night!

Ear plugs

Although festivals tend to bring out our nocturnal side, at some point you may want to get a little shut eye. Whether this is during the night or a long mid morning nap, ear plugs will become your sleepy saviour. With the party continuing long into the early hours, drown out the noise as you prepare yourself for the day ahead.

Tent

Your choice of tent can make or break a festival. No one likes to be woken up in the early hours of the morning to find that half their tent has collapsed, and is now filling up with muddy rainwater. Invest in a stronger, more durable tent and you will reap the benefits for festivals to come. Festival staff are usually on hand to help you construct and dismantle your tent, but it is always a good idea to have a practice run to ensure that no components are missing.

Wellies

When you’re up to your ankles in mud, wellies become one of the greatest inventions known to man. Thanks to numerous colours and styles, wellies have become one of the most popular trends to hit festival campsites. Why not accessorise your wellies with a pair of long Heat Holders, or Heat Holders all new Wellie Socks (for Ladies – size 4 -8 more info at www.heatholders.com) insulating your feet from the cold, and cushioning your toes as you dance and splash in the mud.

Baby wipes

Any festival goer will tell you that three days in, baby wipes become a personal shower in a packet. Whether you go for glamorous festival chic or like to sport a slightly less hygienic rustic look, baby wipes are an essential item, and will make you, and those around you feel a lot more comfortable.

Heat Holders’ Bed Socks

Once the tents have come down and the bands have packed away, your Heat Holders’ bed socks will be the perfect companion to treat your feet to a little R&R as you recover at home. With their non slip pads and cushioning effect they are perfect for lounging round the house as your recount your festival memories.

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