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    Quick Trick to Keep Your Feet Warm in Freezing Weather

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    Quick Trick to Keep Your Feet Warm in Freezing Weather

    Are you sick of your feet freezing every time you go outside in the winter? Sometimes even multiple socks won't stop your toes from going numb, especially if there's snow on the ground. There's a really easy way to keep your feet warmer that only costs a few dollars (if that).

    I learned this trick a few years ago, but for the life of me, I couldn't remember where I'd learned it. I searched Youtube for a while and eventually found the video where I first heard the idea.

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    The trick comes from IntenseAngler, and it's really simple.

    1. Take the sole out of your shoe and set it face down on a cheap dollar store sun shade.
    2. Use a Sharpie to trace an outline around the sole.
    3. Use scissors to cut out the outline you just drew.
    4. Put the sole back in your shoe, and put your new custom fit insert into your shoe as well.

    This works really well for keeping your feet warm because not only does it add insulation between your foot and the ground, it also reflects your body heat back onto your foot.

    Watch the video below to see it done.

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