Keeping warm

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Jan 2015
7:41am, 19 Jan 2015
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cold is usually not a problem (thermal base layer top & bottom, long sleeve top, shorts, beanie and thin gloves, sometimes a hi viz gilet) but if it's very wet staying warm can be more difficult because of the boil in the bag properties of most waterproof jackets.
Jan 2015
9:05am, 19 Jan 2015
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Wriggling Snake
body, Skins + merino top + Gore jacket
legs, brief+ leggings + shorts
feet normal sock + trainers, as I was road running

Jan 2015
12:15pm, 19 Jan 2015
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I have a feeling that Merino is definitely the way to go, then. How does that bear up in the wet, though?

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