The cold conditions of fall and winter can be tough on builders and contractors who spend a lot of time working outdoors. Keep your feet toasty even on the jobsite with ThermaCell Heated Insoles, which use advanced heat sensors to maintain a consistent temperature that can be adjusted via a small wireless remote. The rechargeable batteries will provide heat for five hours per charge. The insoles are water-resistant and come in five sizes and can be trimmed to provide a custom fit. Also available are ProFlex insoles, which are designed for increased flexibility and comfort. Prices range from $100-$130 for standard and $150-$179 for ProFlex insoles.

Keep the jobsite rockin' with DeWalt’s new Jobsite Bluetooth Speaker, a portable and lightweight option for workers to listen to music using their mobile devices without losing quality, thanks to two 2.5-inch speakers. The radio can run on either a 12V or 20V lithium ion battery, or using an AC adaptor. Users can connect Bluetooth-compatible devices though the device’s auxiliary port, and can also use a USB power port for device charging. The unit is designed for the durability and ease of use needed on the jobsite, with a rubber overmold, an LED light bar, oversized buttons, a mute function, and auto-shut off.  Available in November, it will retail for $89.

Put safety first without sacrificing mobility with Werner’s new Max Patrol self-retracting lifeline (SRL), the latest addition to the company’s Fall Protection line. The next-generational SRL is lightweight and compact at only 2.5 pounds, but has 10 feet of web working length for maximum range of movement. Max Patrol uses WebAlert, brightly colored internal webbing designed to make any damage highly visible, improved line-lock performance and lock-out protection, and exceeds the required safety rating by providing protection for workers up to 400 pounds. Max Patrol is now available and retails for $125.

New additions to the Magnum Boots Work Line will keep your feet protected and comfortable. The Chicago 6.0 and Halifax 6.0 and 8.0 feature a waterproof and breathable bootie membrane, and moisture-wicking lining for wear in all weather conditions. A TPU toe-guard, composite safety toe and a compression molded, impact absorbing midsole provide safety and comfort for the job site. The slip and oil resistant Vibram rubber outsole, with toe traction and heel brake zones, provide superior maneuverability. The Chicago style is available for $169.99, while Halifax retails for $199.99-$219.99.

Maximize your smartphone’s functionality with Ryobi’s new Phone Works suite of tools, which uses the free Phone Works mobile app to combine high-quality measuring tools with integrated mobile technology. Suitable for the building professional and DIY enthusiast alike, the Phone Works family includes a laser level, moisture meter, inspection scope, laser distance measure, stud finder, infrared thermometer, laser pointer, and noise suppressing headphones. The app provides access to all devices in a central location, with the ability to email, share, file, add voice notes, and geo-tag details. Tool prices range from approximately $15 to $100.