Started by stavebuyer, October 07, 2023, 06:31:44 AM
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Quote from: SwampDonkey on November 03, 2023, 03:39:07 AMI could see if a guy was a machine operator and no heated cab, the hands could start to sting a bit in 10F degree weather with thin gloves on. But on the end of a saw or an axe cutting firewood I never had cold hands or cold feet. And as far as footwear I wear logger boots with no insulation except a heavy wool sock. My saw gloves in the cold are goat skin, waterproof with a thin insulation only really rated for 32F cold. But I wear them in teens and twenties weather just fine. My summer goatskin ones are not warm enough though, no heat on the saw grips either. :D
Quote from: SwampDonkey on November 04, 2023, 02:30:23 AMNo need to suffer in the cold out there working. Do what needs doing to alleviate it. Some of us are just more tolerant, or make more steam
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