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Re: Sensible winter clothing

cotterpin
18 October, 2011 04:54PM
This is quite a difficult question to answer as different people have differing idea's on what is cold. It is usually hands and feet that are the vulnerable parts. So I suggest that a decent pair of thermal gloves and socks would be in order. You can buy liner gloves to fit inside normal gloves for the really cold times. Overshoes may look a bit "racey" but they do help to keep the feet warm and I can't think of anything other than gardeners galoshers that would work anywhere near as well.
A windproof jacket is usually sufficient on the body, but you don't have to have day-glo colours. A skull cap keeps the head warm under a helmet and you can also get helmets in "non cycling" styles ie, deerstalkers, trilby's or "jockey" caps.
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Sensible winter clothing

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