Old 12-05-20, 02:51 PM
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Paniolo
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I commuted over the winter in spd sandals, but it was in Austin so mornings were usually about freezing which I'm sure is warmer than you! I went with thick wool socks and a neoprene toe cover which worked well.

I'm trying out these Randy Sun windproof socks this winter in normal cycling shoes at around $10. They have been OK in a summer shoe, not as thin as I hoped for but they do fit in my specialized road shoes. So far they have been fine to mid 40's but without a overshoe don't see them as enough around freezing.
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