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Month: December 2011

Winter Clothing for the Northern Wilderness part 2

Winter Clothing for the Northern Wilderness part 2

Footwear, Handwear and Headwear Clothing for winter in the northern wilderness must cope with a wide range of temperatures, from around freezing to -50oC (-58oF) or lower. While your body core must be kept warm to prevent hypothermia, your extremities are more likely to suffer cold injuries and your feet, hands and head need special consideration. This is the second of two articles on clothing for the northern wilderness. The first covers thermal layers and shell clothing. This article covers…

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