In the past, I just used the chemical foot warmers, which I use daily on the farm in the wintertime, and which worked great in my kayak. This was when I was wearing dry pants. I think that enough O2 got in via the waist to feed the foot warmers, b/c I was fine. Now I have a dry suit, and apparently it's nice and tight, b/c the foot warmers are just DEAD. Nothing happens. I froze my feet so much on Saturday that when I got out of the boat I fell over when my frozen feet hit the bottom, and I got to test my dry suit. It worked, but then my hands were freezing LOL. Anyway, I need some ideas for my feet. My mom has diagnosed Raynaud's and I probably have a touch, b/c my hands and feet are hard to keep warm in the winter. I've got the hand thing licked--little "magic gloves" with neoprene mittens on top of those, inside pogies, seems to work great for me (unless I capsize--I will need to put the drysuit gaskets OVER the mittens, I learned on Saturday, if I'm to keep my hands dry!). I already wear 2 pairs of wool socks. Are there foot warmer thingies that don't require O2 to work?? Here I am in my new drysuit. It clashes horribly with the boat, but will match the trim on my new Pilgrim perfectly, once I am in possession of it.