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Old 11-28-2012, 01:46 PM
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Originally Posted by juju View Post
I heard those zippo things don't work under 20-25 degrees. Any truth to that?
As an ice fisherman, I can attest yes there is truth to that. They are nice, but have down sides. I perfer the less labor intensive, less expensive purchased chemical hand warmers. Keep them in your pockets. Once you get going the cold is not too bad. Agree with alot of what has been said. Gloves if temp is below 20, 2-3 layers with Under Armor. I also am a fan of a vest outer shell, down or fleece depending on temp. Snow or rain changes the outer shell. Quaility boots can make or break all the clothing work. A good size bag with pockets for clothing can be a good deal when adding or stripping off layers when nessesary. Move those light and white discs out and bright fall colors back into the bag. I find that the decreased disc speed caused by various winter changes, makes my discs more stable. Winter golf can be great, less people, more wildlife and a chance to get some needed exercise.
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