question for guys who do a lot of frostbiting

#41
Thanks.

I realized I have some cycling stuff that I can use. Gonna try and use my balaclava that I have, a long sleeve rash guard I already have, some cycling tights (wool inside of something).

Just bought two pairs of Gill gloves. Bought the winter neoprene, and the three season.

Think I should be good to start at least. Might be on the water by next weekend.
 
#42
Thanks.

I realized I have some cycling stuff that I can use. Gonna try and use my balaclava that I have, a long sleeve rash guard I already have, some cycling tights (wool inside of something).

Just bought two pairs of Gill gloves. Bought the winter neoprene, and the three season.

Think I should be good to start at least. Might be on the water by next weekend.
If that rash guard is lycra don't wear it in the winter. Lycra is a cooling material (part of why we all wear them in the summer) and is the last thing you want on in the winter. Stick to polypropelyne (sp?) tops like the rooster polypro (other makes are available) and you'll be toasty warm.
 
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