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I just want to comment. I am a big fan of Feelmax (I wear nothing elese)I have used both models in Finland this winter, to very cold temperatures (down -20 C) in snow and ice, and have found no problem with insulation. Just if i don´t move you can feel cold thsough sole. But I am very happy with them!
You have nice bare foot page!
You have much warmer feet than I do then. Just the other day it was about -10C and I went for a short walk down my snow covered road. I was not just standing around, I was moving the whole time. My feet were very cold by then end of the walk.
What kind of socks you wear? I do not know if it makes difference. I have Feelmax Tundra toe socks, they are only litle bit thicker than a normal sock everyone use here.
It is true that if I stop I can feel the cold after a while. But moving no problem!
I use some pretty warm socks in these things. This is my preferred winter sock: http://www.darntough.com/hike-trek-1440.html
First I love feelmax I wear then daily. But not in any kind of weather. I put. 3 layers of nikwax but even walking through wet grass my feet got wet. Too bad because I really wanted to use them this year. After 3 months use the thin leather around the toe fell apart. I hope they are able to pull thing together becuse I do love the shoes .
I use to wear minimal shoes for any sort of activity... on the market i've found and tried different one.. right now Feelmax are the beset one, the only matter concerns the "season" bacause since Feelmax are very light it can be used for indoor training during the whole year... for outside activity just in summer.
I made a test wearing "normal" socks with the Vasko. The difference was big!!! Me too felt the cold (it was -8C°). I´m amazed about the difference what a sock does.
Well, I will use the Tundra socks again
Regards from Finland
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