I have Raynaud's and live in NH and like to ride all winter. In the past, I've used snow boots and foot warmers...but the support of snow boots is not great. I'd love to find some tall boots that aren't too tight that they make my toes go "out" and that I can still fit thin 1-use toe warmers in.
Also another idea is buying a pair of winter riding boots and seeing if a ski shop could put heaters in it like they did my ski boots.
Any ideas of ones that hold up well and are warm? I don't mind spending a little more $ on quality stuff.
I also have that problem. I use the mountain horse ice riders and my feet stay warm. My hands are the problem. I have tried battery operated gloves but the heat never goes to the finger tips! I go to Costco and buy a box of hand warmers every winter.
I got ariat Broussards for Xmas last year. Wore them the day after on the last flight into NYC during the blizzard. Luggage was lost and they were the only shoes I had for four days. My feet never hurt and I trooped all over NYC in the snow. They were very warm. They are terrific to tide in and stylish. I love them!