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    im sick of cold feet

    i have a cracking set of boots and they are fully waterproof fart proof etc etc,

    but i always get cold feet, is there a good pair of socks that you guys use that will help keep my feet warm,

    thanks

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    Fishermans socks pure wool thick and warm

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    Bob, If boots are too tight you will never stay warm.
    I just use a proper pair of walking boot socks from the local comping shop, never had a problem.

    Neil.

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    A couple of my mates got them muck boots,i cant recall which model though,supposed to keep your feet warm to minus thirty

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    Always use one nr. bigger boot size....then only rough knitted pure wool socks, first layer thin wool socks, second rough knitted...I prommis you will never get cold...and if you do...there is something wrong with your feet.

    For extreme cold here in Norway I use Sorell cariboou boots nr 45...ususaly I use 44 in boots size....god luck with wrm feet
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    Quote Originally Posted by swarovski View Post
    A couple of my mates got them muck boots,i cant recall which model though,supposed to keep your feet warm to minus thirty
    The model are Tay Sports. I have some. Fantastically warm and comfortable and fit my wide feet and calves. BUT they are mostly neoprene and the rubber foot is simply dipped so is very thin. I've ripped mine in the undergrowth both on the neoprene and rubber. Terrible grip too.
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    cheers lads

    looks like ill try the thin pair then the thick pair.

    boots are about 1/2 bigger than they should be,

    ill give it a try

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    I always find that if my core is warm then my extremities are OK. A pair of "Heat-holder" socks in either boots or neoprene wellies and my usual thin leather gloves. Love my HH Lifa thermals

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobjs View Post
    i have a cracking set of boots and they are fully waterproof fart proof etc etc,

    but i always get cold feet, is there a good pair of socks that you guys use that will help keep my feet warm,

    thanks

    bob.
    I recently ordered some stuff from this company, http://www.theheatcompany.at/insoles.html, in anticipation of my boar hunting trip to Germany next week. Apparently, Swiss and Austrian police and specialforces use some of the products too.

    Good luck.

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