Frozen toes on a crisp morning

Went out for 30 minutes. The beautiful crispy sunrise distracted me somewhat from my frozen toes. Not sure what to do about it, but to wear 2 pairs of socks?

On the other hand it’s a fun feeling when they heat up and tingle ….

How do you deal with or prevent frozen toes?

7 thoughts on “Frozen toes on a crisp morning”

      1. Exactly ๐Ÿ™‚ some good quality hiking socks might do it.i guess you just have to make sure your trainers still fit…. or grin and bear it for a bit. … surely spring’s just round the corner. Surely! ….


    1. I don’t think it’s wetness – my toes are probably just wimps not used to those temperatures. I will test things out today. So far I could stop myself from buying socks as that will lead to me buying more running shoes, but maybe I really need one more pair?!
      The other argument is that the temperatures are rising already again and summer is just around the corner … so what I actually need are summer running shoes and winter socks ….

      Ok that is sorted . Thanks for the feee therapy lol!

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      1. Glad to have been of service! I don’t think I’ve ever looked forward to spring as much before. Winter running has certainly had its moments but warmth would be appreciated

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  1. Frozen toes sounds very painful to me! I think the winter running socks sounds like the best solution to the problem. Although in my freezing cold house (it’s quite big so I think its wasteful to have on the heating!) I do often use the two sock option. Layers are supposed to keep you warmer so I guess you could try two socks and see if they fit in your trainers.

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