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    Alpaca Wool

    Here's a link to a very nice pair for $30.00: http://www.novica.com/itemdetail/index.cfm?pid=167653

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    And a pair of arm warmers from Ibex that are a little more expensive: http://aebike.com/page.cfm?action=de...=30&SKU=CL8070

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    A very nice pair or merino wool arm warmers for les than $20.00: http://www.classiccycling.com/hincap...ack=googlebase

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    Excellent use of the heel pocket Beep!

    BTW, I have been meaning to ask: Is that Wintergreen anorak you are sporting?

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    Wristies

    I received a couple of pair of Wristies (Wristies.com) earlier this week, and they are inexpensive and offer two sizes. They have thumb holes instead of half-thumbs.

    Size IS important, as I tried on a pair of these Marmot wrist warmers at REI

    http://www.rei.com/product/801375/ma...-wrist-gaiters

    and they were more like wrist girdles on me. And my hands are only size L.

    Jim
    My office is cold right now - I wish I had a pair to wear!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rbinhood View Post
    Here's a link to a very nice pair for $30.00: http://www.novica.com/itemdetail/index.cfm?pid=167653
    Very nice, only wish they weren't so long.
    "There are places in this world that are neither here nor there, neither up nor down, neither real nor imaginary. These are the in-between places, difficult to find and even more challenging to sustain." - Thomas Moore

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shug View Post
    Not Merino...but nice......http://www.wristies.com/category_s/526.htm
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    I got a pair of those back in September. Very nice indeed and they sure help keep my paws warm. Not merino but seem to be durable. Fire would not be their friend.

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    awesome bankheadboy!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bankheadboy View Post
    I was inspired by Shug to makes these a few years ago! Works Great! These are cheap to make saving you $$$$! I used one pair of old socks and a old shoe string. I also use the toe end to store my batteries from getting cold? I think Shug is right about keeping the wrist warm and I also think keeping your neck warm is also important! Stay warm and toasty my friends!
    Didn't see this earlier - too cool! I have the same pair of REI merion socks that may have seen their last day
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    Thanks, These are easy and cheap to make! You really dont have to put the strings on but it helps the top side from curling up when you put your hands in your pockets. I hope to be wearing them at Mt.Rogers this year.
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