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How do you  stay warm on these cold snowy days?
Starting in October, my feet and legs are cold and they usually don’t get warm until June or July. Therefore, I am no stranger to wearing whatever it takes to keep the toes warm and wiggly and my legs covered. Sometimes it requires a bit of creativity to be comfortable. One of my favorite cold-weather solutions is Foot Traffic’s functional-can’t-live-without leg warmers. Most women have at least two pairs of boots and most likely they are worn indoors and outdoors so the need to layer depends on the day, which boots they are wearing and how warm they need to be.
At FOOT TRAFFIC we find that the easiest way to add warmth without taking your shoes or boots off is to slip on a pair of leg warmers and voila!—your legs are instantly warm. Our cable knit

 come in two lengths and are just the ticket to get warm. They can be worn over the boot or over the calf and inside the boot. Whatever the occasion, keep a pair of leg warmers close by and you will be happy and warm—at least until June!

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