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Re: Staying warm.

2009/1/29 13:43
From upstate ny and pa border
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Are the boots to tight? Try wearing a size larger with 2 pair of socks.
The larger boots don't cutoff the blood circulation,

Posted on: 2009/2/24 11:58

Re: Staying warm.

2008/5/29 15:28
From Lititz/Huntingdon
Posts: 36

tomgamber wrote:

FiveWeight wrote:
The stuff is not cheap but well worth the $$.

That's why when someone asks, "what do you want for your birthday (Christmas)?" That's what you tell them. I only asked for gloves and got both...My mother encourages my fishing way more than my wife. But then, she no longer has to live with me.

I do the same thing for Birthdays, Fathers day and Christmas. A gift card from The Evening Rise always works for me! I just can't seem to find a cheap hobby.... I'm into amateur radio also, talk about spending $$!

Posted on: 2009/2/27 14:29

Re: Staying warm.

2007/7/21 23:09
Posts: 4
This year I picked up some heavy weight smartwool socks. They work great with some liner socks underneath. I tried them out a little while ago and they worked great.

Posted on: 2009/2/27 16:38

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