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manualf150
RE: Cold wintery running: how to make it bareable survivable?
I run 95% of the year outside. I'm way up and up in the New Yorkistan.

My typical wintry day is 15F-30F. I wear a tshirt, longsleeve, with a very light running jacket, tights, running undies, mittens/gloves, and thermal socks.

I got some nice warm thermal tights that are very thick for them below zero days.

As for ice, I made my own studded shoes using 3/8" self tapping hex sheet metal screws. I do that same pattern you'd find on spikes, but also including the heel.

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