My toes have suffered frost nip and Raynaud’s, so I’ve tried everything to keep my feet warm on super cold days. After WildSnow’s 2010 Denali expedition, I inherited Lou’s Boot Gloves (or more honestly, I swiped them). They have become my favorite way to stay comfortable, especially when I wear my lightweight (and minimally insulated) ski touring boots.
Lou modified his Boot Gloves for Denali. I used them for 5 years and they got quite tattered, so I bought a new pair this fall. They are working fine for me right off the shelf, no mods needed.
Boot Gloves are a nice stocking stuffer, shop for them here.
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