I've got about the same situation as you do, but I DO work on a
fatigue mat, and my feet still get cold.
I gave myself an early christmas present from LL Bean of
Snow Sneakers! $60 and free shipping. I looked around at the usual
places, farm and hunting stores, and couldn't find anything better/
I love 'em. They aren't too much bulkier than normal shoes, and my
tooties stay toasty.
Also, I found that if I dress myself warmly around the upper body, my
feet and hands stay warmer. When the trunk gets cold, the body
reduces circulation to the extremities, and hoards the heat for the
middle. On that note, a stocking cap keeps my feet warm. Interesting
mental picture, right?
Who won't work in his shop cause its 5 degrees there.
Yeah, really nice looking and exactly what I want. 12 EE would be nice
but naturally, since these seem to perfectly meet my needs:
...they only have size 13 and above... Still, a really nice looking
shoe at a good price.
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