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chris Posted - 12/13/2012 : 08:51:58 AM
As long as it is cold somewhere, there will be a need for fingerless gloves! I live in WI, my home thermostat is set at 66F and the one at work appears to be broken. I need my fingers to knit and to type, so fingerless gloves are the ONLY answer (unless I set my wastebasket on fire and put it under my desk!). My wrists and hands stay warm (up to the first knuckles) which tends to keep me warmer all over.

Toeless socks are another story altogether.

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