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Mar 12, 2013
Having a tough time of late with some toes freezing a bit. Feet sweating and double boot liners holding some moisture. so from the second morning on i'm basically standing on ice the rest of the trip. Tried a bunch of different sock/liner combos and can't quite seem to get it figured out. It's new to me this year as my feet are normally fine. I currently wear Asolo Evoluzion afs. Any ideas? Me and my toes would appreciate it. Thanks kparry
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Try vapor barrier socks, and put your boot liners in your sleeping bag at night so the dry out. wargowsky
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Take an anti-perspirant spray, or balm and apply liberally. Helps a lot! Just Solo
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Bocan
This won't keep the sweat down, but you can put those heat pads behind the tongue of your boot. It'll increase blood flow and warm up the foot overall. I haven't had problems with an increase of sweat with that yet. Scott McMahon
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+1 On taking the liners out each evening. That is the only solution... Cor
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When I am on a long trip out I utilize overboots. I also cuddle with the liners each night (it gets a little lonely with a bunch of dudes sometimes), I also perpetually have a pair of socks inside my shirt to dry. Makes me smell like socks but after 24 days in the field who cares? clay meier
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