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  1. #1 by Jaron Ballard at December 21st, 2009

    I tried to find battery powered, heated shoes, but to no avail. I did however find socks:

    http://www.amazon.com/SALE-Lectra-Battery-Heated-Socks/dp/B000K8CQJA

    You’re more of a man then me, my bike goes into storage as soon as we get snow, so until it melts in late April, the only bike I’ll be riding is at the YMCA.

  2. #2 by Geof Harries at December 22nd, 2009

    Have you tried neoprene cycling booties? I’ve had a pair for years and they always keep my feet warm & dry.

  3. #3 by Andy at December 24th, 2009

    @jaron: Ha, nice. I wonder how those things tolerate rain. I’d be scared that they’d give me a shocking experience. ;-)

    @Geof: I don’t have those, though it’d be nice to try them. Maybe Santa will be kind…

    A friend suggested I use those chemical heater packs; the ones that look sorta like tea bags and heat up when they contact oxygen. He suggested I put them under my toe covers. Says he does that and it keeps his toes warm for hours. Novel idea.

  4. #4 by Paul Armstrong at December 29th, 2009

    Consider yourself extremely lucky! You are actually able to bike _outside_! Those of us that live in freezing tundras like Minnesota only really have the option of hopping on a trainer in our basement and doing everything we can to not get completely bored out of our minds.

  5. #5 by Andy at December 29th, 2009

    Thanks Paul. Yes, that is one of the hallmarks of childish bellyaching–one tends to perceive of one’s own predicament as being somehow worse than that of other, less fortunate folks. It therefore should generally be ignored.

    I recognize that I am quite fortunate to live in such a comparatively warm location. As penance I shall continue to train in the cold and the near-freezing drizzle without complaining about it. Good luck with that bored-out-of-our-minds thing. ;-)

  6. #6 by Rosiene at December 29th, 2014

    I dont think you can compare a ttaoto to childbirth. Ha A ttaoto typically feels like more of a burning sensation. It also depends on where you get your ttaoto. I got my first ttaoto on my foot which wasnt the best idea, your foot is one of the most painful places to get a ttaoto. Your ribs isnt the best place to get your first ttaoto. I would suggest going on a place like your shoulder, your lower back just dont do your ribs or your foot as your first ttaoto.

  7. #7 by Servo at April 4th, 2015

    I found it more annoying than pnuifal, like someone scratching you with a needle. As for childbirth, both my children were natural births, not even a whiff of gas and air! So the answer is no, tattoos don’t hurt, I’ve got 5!

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