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  1. #1
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    Default Has anyone tried the SSG Ceramic Glove Liners?

    They sound very warm and toasty as well as lightweight. I was wondering if they might have a therapeutic benefit as well, like the Back on Track stuff?
    Here's a link to them at Dover http://www.doversaddlery.com/ssg-cer...brgb45xvnphp55
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    I would say yes, since they state you should start wearing them slowly to get used to their "dramatic benefits".



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    So would the back on track socks help on cold days?



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    I purchased ceramic gloves (not SSG). Didn't work for me. My hands don't start out warm, then get cold -- they start cold and get colder. The ceramic supposedly reflects heat to the wearer. I just don't generate enough heat .

    I tried a Back on Track blanket over my knees at a trade show. Sat there for over half an hour. Still froze to death. The dealer was dismayed. So was I.



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