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By Anonymous - / Thursday 19 January 2012 14:17 / Canada
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  FaZeClan  |  3

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  BruisedGiraffe  |  15

50- in claresholm, (Southern alberta if you didnt know) it was -43 and I didn't wear any layers, but I wish I would've, smart move with the pants, the legs tend to get cold quickly

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  bamagrl410  |  31

50 - Negative 46??? Holy crap I thought 24 & windy was a little nippy the other day. I haven't been that far north yet. I'll be sure to do so in the summer haha.

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  odexy  |  12

That's a horrible comparison, considering OP is doing more of a disservice to themselves by putting so many clothes on. Not only will their mobility be reduced because of all the thick layers, but they'll probably start sweating pretty heavily in a short amount of time... edit: lol didn't even notice the person below me beat me to saying just that.

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  sadistmonkey  |  19

I'm from Rochester, NY, which is on the coast of Lake Ontario and probably has a similar climate to where the OP is from and I have to say, I agree with stevenmx86. The OP is in Ontario, not Antarctica. The OP doesn't need several pairs of those things. One winter coat, a heavy sweater, one hat, one pair of gloves, a good pair of snow boots, and possibly a scarf are all that is needed.

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  Yaruzu  |  3

I have to agree with 93 and 6. I live in Ontario too and I walked my dog yesterday. It wasn't that bad, and all I was wearing was a coat, a hat, boots, and jeans.

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  iamyourgod  |  3

Everything in your comment is wrong. More layers are better, sweat would only matter if you took off your coat and exposed your sweaty skin to the air, and that does not apply when someone avoids a chore.

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  odexy  |  12

I've been through 20 Canadian winters, I know what I'm talking about when it comes to layering and cold weather. The thing about sweat is that it cools you down when it dries, something you obviously want to avoid when your objective is keeping warm. OP is an idiot for putting on two winter coats, plain and simple. The perfect way to bundle up is to wear multiple thin layers, since the multiple layers trap air between them, which in turn acts as its own insulating layer. I wasn't suggesting that layering in general is stupid, but the way OP did it certainly is.

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  GoW_Chick  |  14

I live in Florida and if I ever went to Canada during the winter I would probably need 2 coats, but that's just because I'm use to not really having a big change in seasons.

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