Anyone used "Toasty Feet" insoles?
I've got SC weather here...in the 50s and 60s until today and its in the 30s. I've been riding in a Snowmobile suit...great warmth and protection from any wind. I just bought some actual motorcycle gear with protection in all the right places (elbows, shoulders, knees, ankles, etc). However, even though the boots I bought are billed as waterproof, nothing is said of their warmth...
Thus my post...I can't really afford heated gear (now that I bought all this stuff). I was looking at Toasty Feet Insoles...they apparently hold the heat from your feet in your boots according to http://www.polarwrap.com/default.asp...1&sid=37&show=
Anyone tried these? Is it a waste of 20 bucks? Again, I don't need the heated gear as winter is pretty short here and only a 30 min commute...I can deal with a little cold.
Thanks for your input.
Associate Pastor, Pickens, SC
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