More Than Just Heated Gear

This winter has been pretty brutal throughout most of the United States.  Even though we are approaching the end of February, Spring doesn’t seem to be approaching any time soon.  Which is why we wanted to provide you with some tips on staying warm, comfortable and maybe even save some money on your bills by replacing your home’s heat with Venture Heat’s heated clothing and gear.

Our heated clothing does more than just keep your adventure going – it allows you to create a personal micro-climate wherever you want and whenever you need it.  Which means it doesn’t always have to be worn outside.  We have seen and heard that our customers save money on their heat bills during the winter months by the following suggestions:

Wear your Heated Clothing indoors

Heated base layer

Heated Base Layer keeps your entire core warm


Have spare batteries to extend the heat

Battery Combo

Find all of our spare batteries and accessories here.


Huggie Buddy – Heated Blanket with Sleeves


Heated blanket with sleeves keeps your naturally warm, comfortable and cozy for hours.


Heated Seat Cushion and Back Support


Heated lumbar support cushion will relax your back with deep penetrating heat.


Heat Therapy (Portable and Plug-in)

Universal Heating Pad

Univesral Heat Therapy Wrap can be relieved for any pain, stiffness or aches.


Do I Need To Buy A Battery With My Gear?

Secret Lair In Los Alamitos Office of Venture Heat – Present Day

Lithium Ion Battery

I come with no strings attached

So there’s a little secret we’re going to let you in on…

Now many companies sell battery heated gear…  but did you know that VentureHeat doesn’t make you buy extra batteries or controllers?


нет! (no in Russian)

Negative Ghost Rider!  (no in my cubicle neighbor’s lingo)

OK but you’re probably going to ask do I need to buy a charger?  Let me think about that one….NO!

When you buy VentureHeat gear, everything is ready to go once you open the package.  You’ll get the batteries you need, charger and a full set of instructions so your stuff lasts a long time.

So let’s sum it up:

Gear… battery… charger with no additional purchase!

Now go do some shopping will ya:  Jackets… Vests… Gloves… Oh MY!

How To Survive In The Cold – Venture Heat Winter Survival Guide

Just because the temperature drops outside doesn’t mean you need to put your favorite past times in hibernation.  Over the next few weeks, we’re going to get  you all the information you need to survive the cold and keep on playing outside.

First things first….safety!

Cold weather has its good, bad and ugly parts to it.  The good?  According to Harvard Medical School you can burn lots of brown fat by exposing yourself to cold weather.

Yes, your body needs to produce heat so it takes those nasty fat cells and begins firing them up.  Guess you can call it your “cold diet”.

The bad?  When the temperature begins to drop your body begins prioritizing where it needs heat the most.  Primarily it’s your body’s critical organs like your heart.  The losers in this game are your extremities namely your fingers and toes.

Now for the ugly…

As your body relocates heat from  your extremities, those body parts are more susceptible to frostbite.    What happens is you experience a “pins and needles” feeling in those body parts followed by numbness.

With prolonged exposure you run the risk of losing those body parts.

Question is, how do we keep this from happening in the first place?

The National Institute of Health (USA) first suggests to plan ahead when it comes to winter outdoor activities.

For instance, if you plan on being outside for several hours avoid drinking alcohol and get plenty of sleep.  But there’s one major thing you can do to avoid frostbite.

Reducing exposure to the cold.

Any bit of skin that’s exposed to the cold is going to result in you losing body heat…super fast.

In fact the Weather Channel suggests that within seconds, with temperatures in the 20s you can lose 40% of your body heat from one exposed area.

First thing you need to do in extreme cold weather is make sure that your base layers (clothing touching your skin) completely covers every square centimeter (inch for US people).

Hands, ears, nose and yes, toes (you’d be fairly crazy to go outside barefoot) need to be completely covered.  If you do go outside barefoot, please seek help.

Here’s what you should look like in terms of keeping your skin covered, take a look:



Xtreme Weather Protection Suit

That’s part one of your Winter Survival Guide.

Got some great ideas or tricks you use to play in the cold, share them below we’d love to hear them.