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  • Resist the temptation to double up on socks unless you have a lot of room in your boots. Constricting circulation will make your feet colder. What does work well as a double layer system for both hands and feet is an extremely thin liner glove / sock. I have some thin liner gloves that on their own feel useless, but wick moisture and improve the warmth of my outer gloves.

    The approach
    Wear thin liner gloves or just stick your hands in your sleeves or pockets. On most approaches you’ll be walking fast and so your hands will get hot and sweaty. Walking in your climbing gloves only means you’ll be starting your route in damp gloves. These approach gloves can be stuck next to your skin once at the climb, so you’ve got a warm pair of gloves to put on at the end of the day.

  • Resist the temptation to double up on socks unless you have a lot of room in your boots. Constricting circulation will make your feet colder. What does work well as a double layer system for both hands and feet is an extremely thin liner glove / sock. I have some thin liner gloves that on their own feel useless, but wick moisture and improve the warmth of my outer gloves. Ooh, what gloves+liner combo do you use? I have pretty bad Reynaud's and the ONLY thing that even sort of works while biking is leather, Thinsulated mittens with a chemical handwarmer underneath my fingers. Otherwise they're white within minutes, even inside the mitten. I have to stop every 10 minutes or so to pull my thumb into the main part of the mitten and get circulation back by holding it against the warmer. I would LOVE a better solution, if you've got one.

    My winter system on the trail is thin liner gloves, wool or fleece mitts of various thickness, with a WPB shell over all, with spare wool/fleece mitts in my pack, plus Dachsteins in reserve.

    Originally Posted by gecho
    If you don't experience Raynaud's phenomenon - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia you should do fine with regular winter boots as long as they aren't tight. Unfortunately I do, so the only way too keep my toes warm is a battery powered heater. I get it in my hands too, if I take my gloves off, my fingers will go white to the knuckles and are reluctant to warm back up. My hands got really cold last year when I snapped a quick link in my chain and had to replace it. Even for everyday winter activities I have to try to put my gloves on before opening the door.

    Resist the temptation to double up on socks unless you have a lot of room in your boots. Constricting circulation will make your feet colder. What does work well as a double layer system for both hands and feet is an extremely thin liner glove / sock. I have some thin liner gloves that on their own feel useless, but wick moisture and improve the warmth of my outer gloves.

  • For a thin liner glove, we chose the Ibex Wool Glove Liner ($25, 1.4 ounces/pair, sizes S to XL, available now). These gloves are very comfortable next to skin and wool has the advantage of being warm(er) when wet.

Ibex Merino Wool Unisex Stretch Merino Glove Liner

Warm, soft lining, a breathable, waterproof Gore-Tex insert as well as a robust leather inner hand - the Aspen S MF Touch has everything you need for warm hands and skiing fun. We recommend our thin liner glove, the "Innerglove", as a supplement to this model. Thanks to the integrated Trigger S system, you don't have to fumble around like you do with most mittens; one click and you're in.