Old 01-04-22, 01:50 PM
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ClydeClydeson
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Didn't see it mentioned, but I didn't look too closely... I buy chemical warming packets for my hands and toes. The toe ones are easy - I stick them to the insoles under my toes. The hands ones are just loose inside your gloves/mitts, and in my experience you need to pay some attention to pull your hands partially out of gloves when possible to warm your fingers, but this is not necessary with mittens.

https://www.peaveymart.com/clothing/...ceCategoryCode=

At $1-$4 per outing this probably isn't a great solution for a daily commute, but for occasional recreational winter rides, or only the coldest rides, they work well and the cost isn't much.
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