Ends numb toes from hiking in snow
Reviewed by Summit Park Walker from Park City, UT on Thursday, January 24, 2008
Even with my -25 deg F Sorel boots, my toes would go entirely numb when hiking through deep snow or snowshoeing. Not anymore, now that I use the toe warmers. At first I was concerned that my feet would get too hot and sweaty, leading to wet, and therefore, cold, toes. However, the temperature of the pads is just right. I can feel the warmth when indoors, but when I'm out in the cold (below 20 deg F) I don't feel anything but a lack of cold. Note: I put the pads on TOP of my toes, because that's where the insulation in the boots fails when my feet are immersed in the snow. Now I can stay out longer enjoying the beautiful Wasatch Mtns where I live.
- Best Uses: Anytime feet are in snow
- Pros: Effective, perfect temp
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