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Heated Armor Plans To Take Over the Heated Clothing Industry

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Colorado-based company positions itself to compete with the big boys!

DENVER - eTradeWire -- With plans to launch their winter collection later this year, we had the opportunity to speak with Greg Thomas, Heated Armor's Chief Operating Officer. We asked him to introduce us to Heated Armor and he had the following to say, "Heated Armor is a Colorado-based clothing line that specializes in luxury and sports oriented heated clothing. If you are a camper, skier, live in cold climates and/or work in cold environments, Heated Armor has solutions for you. Our clothing comes with 3 different levels of  heating technology which allow you to remain heated for up to 8 hours on a full battery. The battery pack(s) also have USB ports on them so you can charge your phone right from your heated clothes. Now tell me that you don't want to buy one right now?"

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  The company was started by owner & founder Rocky Lee Morton who worked as a mechanic for more than 20 years but has always had a passion for starting his own heated clothing line. Morton has teamed up with Thomas who has served as an executive for more than 20 years and comes with a plethora of hands on experience of building and operating successful businesses. When asked about the current status of Thomas' dealings with his former company, he clearly stated, "I'm not here to discuss my past, I'm here to focus on Heated Armor and all the brightness of it's future."
  Heated Armor is still in the process of finalizing their design concepts and there is no doubt that with the vision of Morton and the drive of Thomas, Heated Armor can and will be a dominate force in the heated clothing arena.

Visit Heated Armor Online at https://heatedarmor.net

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