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Wool or wool-blend socks are superior to cotton, because wool can wick away sweat and still insulate properly. Cotton soaks up sweat, loses its insulation, and can become sodden.

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Start with two or three thin layers to keep them dry and warm. Avoid 100% cotton as a base layer, because it absorbs sweat and holds it next to the skin. Always remember gloves or mittens, a hat and warm waterproof boots.

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