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ok so I have tried several different things to keep my toes from freezing while hunting. The only thing I have not done is buy

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    This is gonna sound funny but it works for me. I'm a rather large man and tend to sweat a lot with little activity. I wear 2 pairs of socks and 800 gram boots. The first pair of socks are high dollar running socks. They absorb and wick all moisture away from your feet. Makes sense right runners avoid blisters by keeping their feet dry. The second pair of socks are cotton to absorb the running socks moisture (cotton if it is warmer 30-50 degrees) if it is colder than that I wear down or wool socks over the running socks. My feet stay dry and warm while sitting. Give it a try and tell me what you think. I have also tried the hot hands socks and foot warders but they make my feet sweat badly and the bottoms of my feet still end up getting cold, the running socks made all the difference for me.

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