It's 6 a.m. on Saturday morning. Weather.com reports the temperature is 6 degrees with a windchill of -5 degrees. The sun will be out later; at noon the temperature is expected to be 26 degrees with a windchill of 14 degrees. You need to stand outside in the cold from 7:30 a.m. until 11 a.m. nonstop, with no breaks to go inside and warm up. What do you wear?
On top: long sleeve thermal, long sleeve running turtleneck, hoodie sweatshirt, super warm down coat
On bottoms: running tights, sweatpants, fleece pants
On feet: three pairs of socks, lined snow boots
On head/neck: sock hat, two hoodies, scarf wrapped around twice
On hands: gloves and mittens
Samantha's rating was warm. Towards the end of the shift her feet got cold but otherwise this was a good solution.
On top: long underwear shirt, 2 Under Armour cold weather shirts, turtleneck sweater, fleece pullover, 2 hoodie sweatshirts, winter coat
On bottoms: 2 pairs of long underwear, running tights, 2 fleece pants, sweatpants
On feet: 4 pairs of socks, Eric's boots
On head/neck: sock hat, hoodie, scarf wrapped around twice
On hands: lined mittens
Krystal's rating was very warm. I never got cold and -- even better -- my fingertips and hands stayed at normal body temperature. Perfect!