Essential Updates for Your Winter Wardrobe in 2019

blanc heated electric shirt


If there was one thing we know about fall and winter, it’s that a shivery, deep, dark chill will arrive in your city one day. And it won’t leave for a while. And when it does, you’re going to want to outfit yourself with one of these items from Blanc. 

Skip the Bulky Layering

There’s no escaping the shivers this season, even if you live in a moderate climate. Luckily, wearable-tech company, Blanc, has the world’s warmest shirt that is fitted with intelligent heating technology.

One of the most ingenious ways of layering up without the bulk is now at the touch of a button. Blanc’s ultra-light “Flare” quarter-zip heated shirt does exactly what it says on the label. It heats up with the touch of a button.

This shirt has high, medium, and low heating modes. For those below freezing cold days, turn your shirt to high mode and use it as a base layer under your preferred jacket. If you are out and about on a winter sports activity, and you start to feel cold, turn your shirt to medium mode. And for a chilly afternoon or fall weather, simply put the jacket into low mode to stay comfortable. 

The Flare heated shirt from Blanc is great for the following outdoor activities:

  • Fishing
  • Hiking
  • Skiing
  • Snow Boarding
  • Jogging
  • Snowshoeing
  • Shoveling the Driveway

Even in low temperatures, you can still continue exercising and adventuring outdoors. The Flare shirt includes three heating modes that will keep you warm without the extra bulk of a heavy jacket or hoodie. You'll wonder how you ever lived without one.

Upgrade to a Wool Blend Beanie

With a luxuriously warm feel and classic rib-knit cuff design, the Blanc Wool Blend Beanie offers comfort and style. Whether you're sitting around a chilly campsite or shredding the slopes at the local resort, this beanie is sure to keep you warm.

It is soft, comfortable, exceptionally breathable, moisture wicking, odor resistant and insulates when wet. It is also machine washable and dryable.  

You'll reach for this classic every time the wind gets blustery and the temperatures drop.

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