Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Product Spotlight: Grabber Adhesive Toe Warmers

There are few things in life that can steal your comfort more than cold toes.


Whether it comes from walking through a puddle while wearing the incorrect puddle jumping footwear, dealing with that little clump of snow that managed to make its way down into your sock or if you’re simply forced to deal with the latest round of biting chill in the air, courtesy of Mother Nature.


It’s simple. No one likes cold toes.

We enjoy keeping our little phalanges nice and toasty as much as the next guy and in our mission to save the comfort of countless pairs of feet, we have found that our Grabber 6+ Hour Adhesive Toe Warmers couldn't fit the bill more perfectly.





The thin, comfortable unique rounded toe design and adhesive backing insure that this portable source of heat that packs a punch will maintain its place for as long as you need them. 

The product is specifically designed to function in low oxygen shoes and boots, allowing you to embark on that adventurous hike that you've been dreaming of for so long! 

No matter if you are going for a hike, planting yourself in your tree stand or just positioning yourself as a spectator at our son’s homecoming football game, you want to be sure that you don’t have to deal with the nonsense of uncomfortably cold feet.

So, as you get ready to jump in the car for your next cold weather excursion, toss a few pair of Grabber 6+ Hour Adhesive Toe Warmers into your hunting bag or glove compartment to serve as the perfect accessory for a truly enjoyable time in the great outdoors. 

At the end of the day, you want warm feet and we’re right there with you.

 Grab a pair of our Toe Warmers and just watch to see what a comfortable experience awaits you. 


Until Next Time,

The Warmer Team 

Facebook//Twitter//Instagram//Pinterest//Google+

Monday, October 13, 2014

Warmer Weekend #27: Grand River Park


Grand River Park is located on the outskirts of Jenison along, you guessed it, the Grand River. This is a great little park for family outings, sportsmen and physical activities. It's trails wind along under the overhanging trees, down by the river and back up to the small pond.











Even though this adventure started out slightly rainy, it ended up mostly sunny with just a brisk chill in the air. The perfect Michigan fall afternoon and great for any outdoor enthusiast. 

Until Next Time, 

The Warmer Team


Monday, September 29, 2014

Warmer Weekend #26: Friday Night Fishing

Sometimes we just need to get away. To breath in nature and enjoy spending time surrounded by good friends and the great outdoors. That's what Margeaux & her husband did a couple weekends ago. 
Fishing pole, check. 
Cabin, check. 
Friends, check. 










 What else do you need to have a great time? Not much... 

So what about you guys? Any adventures that involved cabins, fishing or friends? Let's hear about it in the comments or on social media! #warmerlife

Until Next Time, 
The Warmer Team

Monday, September 22, 2014

Warmer Weekend #25: Chilly Morning Walk

The air was crisp and cool under the cover of branches and leaves on Sunday morning. Light was peaking through the cover and shining down light a spotlight on the forest floor. 

The Hudsonville Nature Center is a beautiful chunk of land set aside for all adventure types in the outskirts of Grand Rapids. The trails, look outs, streams and board walks offer an awesome opportunity to get out in nature without having to go too far from home. 









Who doesn't love the chill of the morning or the sound of the wind through the trees? This quick walk through the woods was fantastic and a perfect way to start out the day! 

Are there any small hiking trails that you guys like to go to over and over? We would love to hear about them! 

Until Next Time, 
The Warmer Team

Monday, September 15, 2014

Warmer Weekend #24: Rain Filled Wanderings






Just a handful of photos snapped while out of town several weekends ago. The rain, while derailing some of our plans, made for some lovely photos. Plus, there was ice cream and we saw a little buddy on the side of the road. 

All in all, a good weekend. What did you guys do this weekend? Any adventures? Make sure to share them with us using #warmerweekend!

Until Next Time, 
The Warmer Team


Friday, September 12, 2014

Day Trip: Grand Haven

Ah, summer. It never comes fast enough, and then you blink and school is starting again. I guess it's true that time flies when you're having fun, but really, it flies no matter what. Slipping away like a sunset on the shores of Lake Michigan. The whole team is trying to squeeze in last minute fun before the cold weather creeps in. We wont lie, we love the cool crispness of fall, but there's just something about the end of summer than makes you think, "But I didn't go to all those places yet!" 

With that in mind we're starting a new series on the blog called Day Trips. We'll have our whole team jumping in on this one from time to time, and I can't wait. 

First up, a Michigan staple: Grand Haven. At just about 50 minutes west of Grand Rapids, this little town offers everything you need to have a successful day trip. Food, entertainment and a beautiful beach. If sand isn't your thing, have no fear! The pier is well maintained and will give you a gorgeous view of the sunset without having to wade through the water or sand.












What about you guys? Do you have any fun places you like to head to for the day? A park no one knows about, a fishing hole that makes you feel lucky? We want to know! With team members all over the states, we're sure to have someone wanting to head somewhere new! 

Until Next Time, 
Margeaux + The Warmer Team


Tuesday, September 9, 2014

Day Trip: Traverse City

It will never cease to amaze me how much has yet to be discovered in a state that I have resided my entire life.

While growing up in northern Michigan, there was what seemed to be an endless stretch of countryside surrounding my parents six and a half acres and my siblings and I did our best to explore as much of it as possible.

There is always adventure to be had as a child.

This summer, I made it my mission to embrace the desire to explore my state once again.
The beauty of Michigan is there always seems to be some region that hasn't been visited and thanks to the vast expanse of our surrounding lakes, there is always a view of the sunset over the lake that is as fresh as the beaches surrounding it.

I jumped in the car on Labor Day with two friends and made our way north, GPS in tow ready to tackle some of the beauty of northern Michigan.

Our first stop was Mission Point Lighthouse on Old Mission Peninsula, north of Traverse City.


The lighthouse was used for guiding mariners from 1870 until it was decommissioned 1933 and features a beautiful beach below with water shallow enough to wade out for quite a distance.


Tranquil would be one of the best ways to describe the beach. A silence that touched each individual who walked along it, enough so that hardly anyone spoke a word.

Following a quick stop in Traverse City for some fabulous pie at the Grand Traverse Pie Company, we made our way northwest of Traverse City to picturesque Suttons Bay.


This one of the most charming little towns that I have ever visited! This little gem lies along the eastern shore of the Leelanau Peninsula and features an environment that caters to every age group.
From the wineries that feature locally processed wine from the endless vineyards, to the local beaches to the charming marina, this little town is a location that everyone should take the time to visit.


The lesson we took from the day is to never keep your exploration in a box for fear of missing something that may very well be sitting right under your nose. Taking a single day to explore your state is the perfect get away from your daily routine and is sure to give you a fresh appreciation for where you have been planted.

Dream a little, think outside the box and take a day to get away.

Until Next Time, 

Emily + The Warmer Team