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Looks like it's going to stay soggy, even over here in normally arid Norfolk, so how do people keep their feet dry through the winter? I don't mind so much them getting wet in the rain, but when you tread in a puddle you can't avoid or didn't notice I find my feet get cold and then take a while to warm up again.
Someone mentioned some Sealskinz, but a quick search on here threw up a thread suggesting they weren't great for running in as they hold the sweat in, can anyone confirm or deny that?
Or are there any other ideas for keeping your toes toasty? I'm doing the VLM next year so will be out a lot for long runs and as I'll be run/walking training (due to injury) I could be out there a long time.
Cold tootsies make for a grumpy TST so any suggestions would be welcome!!