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I live in Quebec and have a reasonably hilly 8km commute - approx 25 min w/traffic. Winter temps are -5 to -30 for the most part. I wear a snowboarding helmet, goggles if it's really windy or below -15, a tshirt, light marino sweater and a light shell. Regular pants w/waterproof shell pants if it's super sloppy or below -20. Boot covers, five-finger gloves ...


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I find myself in a similar situation when I commute to college on weekends. During sleep you'll get sweaty and our beds are not the most hygienic places in any case so before starting off on your journey, have a shower. If you don't have a shower and you sweat, you'll be combining sweat with dirt etc and this is when body odour will form. In terms of what ...



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