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Day Two: It was another early morning and we loaded up the vans to head to a location about forty five miles from Jackson for some snowmobiling and a geo-cache. I knew it would be pretty cold during the ride, but that I could get heated up during the intermittant stops and hiking as part of the treasure seeking geo-cache. Hot, cold, hot, cold. . . . I had on some awesome technical snowmobiling gear that kept me temperate the whole time. I tend to get cold feet too, so I wore two pair of socks. One, a Silver Liner Pro and the other, Weather Warrior boot sock. The first kept my feet dry and free of bad bacteria (no stinky feet for me) and the second helped to balance out the temperature with Outlast so that I never felt too hot or too cold. After two days of some serious activity, I got back to my hotel and jumped in the hot tub to soothe some of my body's woes. Following this treat, I was back in my comfy clothes and curled up near the fireplace with a book. What else? Merino wool and silk on my feet, a true luxury. Nothing beats Wigwam's style, Mountain Air. Honestly, they are like heaven. I recommend them to all of my friends at home and think I have created a Minneapolis following. In the upcoming months, keep your eyes open for Wigwam sock appearances when you're reading your favorite outdoor, fitness, and lifestyle magazine. You are sure to see them and I hope that when you do, you'll head right to the store and pick up your very own. I promise, you'll never look back.
4th Generation Wigwam Family Member