How Do You Keep Your Feet Warm In A Refrigerated Area?

I’m looking for some advice and tips on how to keep your feet warm if you are working in a cold room or refrigerated area.

Workers are also required to wear rubber boots that can be easily sanitized. So that means the feet can sweat even if it is cold.

I remember a book that suggested putting Vaseline on the feet to help keep them dry. Not sure that would be a great idea.

I tried looking for suggestions online and found a few hiking/hunting sites that suggest wearing silk sock liners. I have never heard of these. Does anyone know anything about them? Do they actually work?

If so then that would be a good solution unless they are really expensive.  Hopefully one of the local stores carry some too otherwise it will take a few days for them to be shipped.

So do any of you know anything about these sock liners? Do you know of something that might work better?

Thanks for any suggestions! The feet will be very grateful!

3 comments

  1. I once heard something about changing your socks. I don’t know if it really works, but you would sweat in socks or something, which would make your feet colder. If you change socks, you would get warmer feet.

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