Extreme temperatures can cause your body to lose its ability to auto-regulate. Cold climate combined with wet conditions, wind, and physical exhaustion, can lead to hypothermia. This is a condition that happens when our body’s temperature goes below 95°F. Learn 9 ways to protect yourself from cold temperatures this winter.
New York City this time of year is a truly magical and magnificent place. The lights, the colors, the trees, the wreaths…everything is curated to make NYC look like a winter wonderland. Everyone from all over the globe have come to the city for the same thing: the New Year’s Eve ball drop in Times Square!
Sure, everyone likes an iced coffee when it's hot out but the smell of roasted beans in the early morning can’t be beat! The worst part about it is that it signals the beginning of cold weather days and the winter blues. But we can beat those blues back with a powerful combination of good coffee and heated clothes!
Freeze baby? Cold baby? What other names have you been called because you’re ALWAYS cold? You’re not alone, obviously. It’s a condition that affects a LOT of people. You’re probably wondering what condition.
Now that you have your amazing ORORO heated apparel, you’re probably ready to start using it right? But sometimes things don’t always go as planned. That’s why we’ve created a comprehensive step-by-step guide to help you figure out what the problem could possibly be or if there even is a problem!
Winter coats are bulky and ungainly but they get the job done. But what if they could do MORE than just keep you somewhat warm? Our newest addition to the ORORO heated apparel lineup is our smoothly designed Heated Padded Jacket. Here’s why you need this immediately…