So it's been snowing, raining, hail, icy roads, temps in the 30's and this is in SW Washington, it's not supposed to be like this. And I've been upgrading my '01 KLR and have wanted to check everything out. I've installed a Laser Duro Pro Exhaust, upped to stage 2 on the jetting, taller shield, stainless front brake line, anti vibe mirrors (xl 650's), new front springs, 16 tooth c/s sprocket and a couple other things. So this morning the snow is off the roads, leaving sand and salt, but the sun is out (bank said 35) and I thought I'd go out for a while try things out and the bike is great, everything works (nothing fell off, including the rider) but while I'm warm and comfortable everywhere else my feet held back my length on time on the bike to about a hour and a half. I'm wearing Gaerne Explorers and a pair of thermal boot socks and a pair of wool socks over them. So a long story to get to the question, does anyone have a better suggestion for keeping the feet warm (other than electric)? Appreciating any help, Thanks!