Staying Warm…

Discussion in 'Questions From New Drivers' started by leviant0107, Dec 17, 2021.

  1. Lazer

    Lazer Heavy Load Member

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    O my God!! They let the cars run all day?? The greenies here will have a stroke when they learn this.
     
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  3. Chinatown

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    German Commando Sweater, Wool Blend, Genuine Issue, German Military, Olive Drab/Walmart Online Shopping
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  4. Mototom

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    Almost any thermals will function well enough. The important part is having a good fleece jacket then a hard shell outside of it.

    I wear cheap thermals, shirt a thick fleece/wool jacket and a hard shell jacket. I literally bought a cold weather gorka and it works down to -10 laying in the snow
     
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  5. Moosetek13

    Moosetek13 Road Train Member

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    Flannel lined jeans with a similar long sleeved shirt is all I use.
    Under 10-0 degrees I will put on my sweater and some gloves.

    None of it is expensive or bulky, just warm.
     
  6. nredfor88

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    Lampasa thermal underwear. Not cheap but they are very warm and last three times that of the low priced ones from Walmart while doing a better job.
     
  7. stacks

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    Long sleeved flannel shirt
     
  8. stacks

    stacks Road Train Member

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    Try Blains farm
    Fleet , tractor supply or Cabelas
     
  9. WesternPlains

    WesternPlains Road Train Member

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    Staying warm? Do runs to Texas and Florida. That’s how.
    And stay far far away from North Dakota.
     
  10. Stone Express

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    I wore long johns hauling milk one MI winter almost 50 years ago and every time I went some where without them, I about froze to death. Never again.

    It is best to get use to the weather. Shoot, growing up a dairy farm, I only wore a blue Jean jacket.
     
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  11. hope not dumb twucker

    hope not dumb twucker Light Load Member

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    Walmart fleece lined pants hunting boots and 3-4 layers of sweatshirts and long sleeve shirts. Hardly ever got cold. Working in snow.
     
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