I just though of something. I know, I know, don't laugh![;)]
I am usually good for about 2-3 hours and my feet are ususally the first extrimity to get cold. Doesn't matter if it's 40 or 4 degrees. I have tried wool, cotton, electric and even silk socks. Loose or tight boots. Toasty toes (which I actually think once they stopped their peak heating actually made it worse cause they cause sweating), and no toasty toes. The only time my feet are not freezing is when I am on the ground moving.
The boots are always in contact with metal of my stand. I am going to try putting down one of those foam thermaseats as a floor cover for my stand or a piece of towel/felt (descented of course). Anything to put something between my feet and the cold metal. I actually think that will do more to prevent the heat from getting trasferred.
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