I like Smart Wool socks. Usually don't have a big problem keeping the feet warm though. Maybe I walk too much??
Not the cheapest solution but I agree. I picked up a pair this year and they have kept me plenty warm in what has been a really cold Great Lakes winter so far.Simms Xstream bootfoots with felt bottomed muck boots. Amazingly warm so far.
Beat me to it.Super thick 100% wool socks (I like Smartwool). Because such thinck socks will take up extra volume in your boots, be sure to loosen your laces a bit so that you don't cut of blood circulation.
I agree. That said, why I usually will buy my boots a size up. That way I can effectively layer without compressing my feet. I wear a set of polypro socks (very thin and wic ks moisture away) and a thicker pair of wool mix socks. I rarely ever get cold feet.One word- space
All the insulation in the world will fail if it is compressed. make sure that your boots are big eought o allow the insulation to insulate.
I agree. Boot foot waders typically have lots of room. I wear them when its' really cold with just a pair of Smartwool socks and really don't have much to complain about. Boot foot waders also keep the cold water further from your skin than stocking foot waders which I suppose helps a bit too.PHP:
One word- space All the insulation in the world will fail if it is compressed. make sure that your boots are big eought o allow the insulation to insulate.