Keep your feet warm in freezing skiing conditions

Edited by Doug Collins, Eng

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    Today it's -28 and I've got my nice warm socks here that I've picked up from the snowboard shop
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    Although they're very thick, they're still not warm enough.
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    At -28 my toes go numb, you can't feel anything, and it's really miserable skiing
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    So I've developed this technique.
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    What I have here are just some summer socks
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    What I do is
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    I put on toe warmers on the on the small, thin summer socks - they have to be thin so the heat can get into your feet.
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    I put the warmers on sideways
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    Don't put them on the way it looks like it you should because then your pinkie toe won't be getting any heat
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    Put them up front enough so that just go over the top a little bit
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    So that when you put your sock on, it doesn't pull the warmer off your toes
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    Now put on your warm winter socks
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    Be careful not to pull the warmer off your feet.
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    Now you can see I've got nice warm heat going right on top of my toes, and I am ready to ski in -28 degree weather
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    Thanks for watching and reading, and we'll see you on VisiHow.com!
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Categories : Health & Wellness | Sports

Recent edits by: Doug Collins

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