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Boot Insoles for Warmth?

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I need the help from the folks who use cold weather clothing/accessories.

I'm looking for warm boot insoles to put into some new boots I just purchased, see here: Keen Men's Summit Country Boot 1002645: Vermont Gear - Farm-Way

These are the insoles that I had used for years in my old boots: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B01MFA1KF...olid=1Q2QF3DE1NA3I&coliid=I6UTCBCTP2D0W&psc=1
These worked well for my needs so I was wondering if they are still good for warmth or is there something better out there in the market that I may be interested in?

Thanks for the help.....
Steve
 
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Well you MIGHT be able to get some felt ones or cut some yourself, ALSO in a hitch newspapers around your feet also gives you some insulation. BEST bet is good thermal socks Wool if you can stand it against your skin or silk socks under the woolen ones will keep your feet nice and warm silk to absorb the sweat and keep feet from itching wool also keeps feet warm if wet as well.
 
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Bama Sokkets.

They are a staple in northern Alberta oil field work.

They are an insulated ‘sock’ but are cut low, below the ankle.




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