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Originally Posted by raybo View Post
Like the others, I tried the neoprene ones, seal-skinz socks, and the nylon ones. They either didn't work well, were hard to put on, or weren't comfortable.
+1 I tried and ditched seal-skinz for the same reasons along with sweating-wetness anyway. Wool socks & sandals are my preference for touring. My feet do get wet but not cold, and it quickly dries. I'd use the bread-bag method if it was extreme icy-cold-slush.
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