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Old 02-05-13, 05:29 AM
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cold feet problem solved

Rode a trail last week temp in the teens,wind kicked up feet very cold.How cold?They stung like hell when they warmed up in the car.Yesterday rode same trail in the snow, feet no problem.I won't be on MTB Fashion Magazine but I wore my Red Wing insulated work boots.
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Old 02-05-13, 10:17 AM
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Necessity man, Red Wings would be a real answer. My Shimano 45's let too much air in, I've been chilled too much this winter. But my 5.10's are warm. Sometimes I have so many layers on I feel like I look like a circus bear on a bike.
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I wore some boots along with wool socks, and thermal tights underneath jeans on a recent group night ride. It was cold out but my feet and legs stayed toasty warm!
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