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Old 04-11-08, 09:29 AM
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spokenword
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I wore sealskinz while winter commuting and found them to be pretty good about keeping out the elements, but with the caveat that the most I was ever outside was an hour. No idea how well they hold up to 6+ hours of exposure.

However, I also suspect that sealskinz + neoprene booties + 40F temps means that your feet will start to cook after half an hour on the bike. You might want to leave the neoprene booties off and at least give your sealskinz a chance to vent some of that moisture.
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