Toasty Tush: Heated Long Underwear

Challenge the chill with your own built-in heater.
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Challenge the chill with your own built-in heater, courtesy of West Seattle–based Toast’s heated long underwear tops and pants. Created by outdoor sports enthusiast Julia Aiken and her hubby, Andy, the moisture-wicking Polartec garments warm up frosty types with hidden air-activated heat packets in core areas, including the lower back, neck and waistband.

$75–$95 at toast-clothes.com.

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