I rode 25 miles yesterday in 28 degree weather (thanks to the 300 mile Asics challenge) and the last half of my ride my toes started getting extremely cold. For the most part I was bundled up pretty well but got cold when the wind started blowing by not uncomfortably cold. My hands where nice and warm which surprised me as I was wearing a pair of performance gloves. I had 1 pair of wool socks on, my riding shoes with Tosties over them. Would the full bootie make a difference? The tosties cut down on the wind but maybe they don't keep in any warmth? Also, this was my first ride with a beliclava. I ended up putting it over my mouth because breathing the supr cold air was uncomfortable for a mjority of the ride. Beliclavas aren't supposed to go over your mouth are they? Needless to say it took me 1 hr and 45 minutes which is way slower that I would normally ride. I am attributing that to not being on the bike outside since the end of November and I heard the cold weather kind of saps some of your energy as well. If I can fix this cold toes problem I would ride more in the cold weather.