Old 11-28-07, 09:42 AM
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Originally Posted by markf View Post
Last winter I was camping out in -10 F temps. I was really comfortable when I woke up, but as soon as I put on a fairly heavy metal wris****ch I could feel the heat being sucked out of my body. It was interesting, to say the least.

Interesting observation - I have found a similar situation. I commute in temperatures down to -10c and found that although my fingers were fine in winter gloves my thumb was often freezing and numb - I realised that my thumb was resting on the metal clamp of my shifter/brakes. I covered this with a bit of bar tape and this made a huge difference.
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