I have the same issue, but I may have found a solution if replacing them ever was really needed. My Evo J's do ok, but sometimes I wish they were heated. Quadratec's house brand is designed with JWS and heated. It's a step back to the Evo 2 design but it does have dual burn.I have run the JW Speaker Evolution J's since 2016, and there have been exactly two occurrences in that time where I have had snow build up and cover the LED headlights.
It really depends on the type of snow, temperature and length of your trip as to whether headlights icing up will be an issue. For people living in the snow belt where that type of accumulation is a probability, heated LEDs would be the ticket. I am satisfied with the headlights I bought, and if I had to replace them tomorrow I would have to think long & hard.
I've been driving in Toronto for almost 30 years now. I've just been conditioned over the years to assume thats normal winter driving. The kind of snow that sticks on headlights also tends to clog up around my wipers too. Every so often I get out and quickly clear the wipers and the lights if I need to.Here in New England, I had some pretty substantial problems with snow caking onto my headlights years ago. I had to stop every ten minutes or so and clean them off. This was not in a jeep, so things may be different there.