Its finally starting to get cold again this winter in southern NY. I'm not really phased by the cold, except for my toes. Last year it caused me to try various things: shorter rides, rubber booties, extra socks. All, no good. I was almost ready to make the plunge after hearing some fellow riders rave about Lake MXZ302s. But they are $250+. That is the kind of price tag that makes me think twice. Being a relative newb at MTBR, this was one of my searches and I spent a lot of time reading posts about cold weather and I stumbled across a fairly logical suggestion. It went something like this: 'Ditch the clipless and wear some good quality hiking boots with platforms". How friggin' obvious!!! I hike in winter in these things.. DUH! I have ridden 3 times recently in sub-20 degrees for 2-3 hours at a clip and my feet are happy little campers. So, MTBR community...my feet say THANK YOU!
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