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dorkweed

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Since ISX says I have a "foot fetish", I thought I'd post this topic about "my" feet.......not my customers horses feet. The question is this................Why do my feet "sweat" more in the winter when it's below freezing vs. when it's 90*+ in the summer?????? For example, in the heat of the summer, when I pull my work boots off, my socks are relatively dry. You cannot see that they are wet. Yesterday when I got home from working, I pulled my work boots off, and it almost looked like I had been standing in water over the tops of the boots. You could see that my socks were soaked. What gives here????:shrug::shrug:

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Since ISX says I have a "foot fetish", I thought I'd post this topic about "my" feet.......not my customers horses feet. The question is this................Why do my feet "sweat" more in the winter when it's below freezing vs. when it's 90*+ in the summer?????? For example, in the heat of the summer, when I pull my work boots off, my socks are relatively dry. You cannot see that they are wet. Yesterday when I got home from working, I pulled my work boots off, and it almost looked like I had been standing in water over the tops of the boots. You could see that my socks were soaked. What gives here????:shrug::shrug:

I said a horse foot fetish :lmao:

The interesting thing is I been out all morning and come in and my feet are all sweaty and I was wondering about it then see your thread lol.

So I am going to say that because it is cold out, your feet form condensation. I washed my hands the other day in warm water and went outside and my hands were smoking.. this was when it was 20F, my hands were dry but just hot from the water. So if I were to have gloves on I would say it would have just collected and made me have sweaty hands. :shrug:

--- Update to the previous post...

Found this too:

The reason is thermoregulation. I'll assume you are wearing protective clothing to keep warm during these cold months. Once your body reaches a certain temperature whether it be outside or inside thermoregulation kicks in to get your body temp back to a safe and comfortable degree. A good way to lose heat is evaporation of sweat off your skin. Heat is better absorbed and released from certain areas of your body like your head, hands, and feet.

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I said a horse foot fetish :lmao:

Oh, I see......................when I saw the word "fetish" and assumed otherwise!!!!:thumb1: But that horsey foot fetish pays the bills rather nicely for me!!!:smart::thumbup2: Try it sometime!!!!:drool::drool:

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