How to keep your feet warm in the winter – so they don\’t freeze – My Inspired Media

Winter shoesHow to keep your feet warm in the winter – so they don\'t freeze – My Inspired Media.

How to keep
your feet warm in the winter

I work year
around at state parks and sometimes my winter months are still far
enough north that it gets fairly cold.  I knew that tennis
shoes weren’t going to do the trick so I went to the local
Sportsman store and looked over boots.  I learned something
on how to keep
your feet warm in the winter
.  Boots are gauged by a
number with thinsulate as the insulation.  The scale runs
from 200 to 600 and of course the higher the number the more
warmth.  Now I bought a pair of Danner boots that were
waterproof and rated at 400.  The 400 rating was considered a
medium rating.  Going higher than that may have caused my
feet to get to hot and cause excess sweating.

How to keep your feet warm in the
winter

Learning how to keep
your feet warm in the winter
 using these numbers I
have now memorized.  But, the other thing I ran into was wool
socks.  Wool is supposed to help discharge moisture and it
does unless you put a nylon sock over the wool socks.  So
don’t do that.  The other thing was trying to find a pair of
wool socks with enough wool in them.  Most wool socks have
other mixes in them.  So I finally found some wool socks that
were about 80% wool.  The others I had tried were 50% or less
and they just didn’t do the trick when temps were in the teens.
 I hope I had helped answer your question on how
to keep your feet warm in the winter
.  The video
explains in further detail.

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