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YoSpiff wrote:I bought a case of the toe warmers to use when cycling on cold days. They don't seem to get very warm to the touch, but after a number of rides in the low 30° range with and without them, I can tell they are indeed helping. Even with several layers of wool socks, my toes get chilled without them. With them, I'm fine. Just make sure to open the packet 20-30 minutes before you need them, so they have time to warm up.
you think the hand warmers would work under cycling gloves? my fingers get ice cold
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