Winter Barefooting

Discussion in 'Barefoot' started by nuspieds, Dec 7, 2017.

  1. mattygroves

    mattygroves Barefooter

    I went out for a short New Years Day barefoot walk around town today. I don't usually do any proper outdoor barefooting til at least March, but it was fairly mild and it seemed like a good way to start 2018

    One of my new years resolutions is to go barefoot outside more than ever before this year.
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  2. I'minmyunderwear

    I'minmyunderwear voice of sexy

    i just ran out to my car and back. that was just fucking painful. and since i wasn't wearing shoes, i wasn't able to take them off at the door and i ended up tracking snow around my apartment.
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  3. Sir Arthur

    Sir Arthur Member

    The tile floor in my house makes it hard to go barefoot in cold weather sometimes.
    Sometimes I go naked except for socks around the house. My wife thinks it’s pretty funny. I say, it’s just functional!
  4. *pixy*

    *pixy* Member

    For me it's just the other way round. I have floor heating in my flat, so i always can go barefoot, but during the winter period usually it's not the comfy general temperature to go nude the whole day.
    Last edited: Jan 2, 2018
  5. Sir Arthur

    Sir Arthur Member

    I actually enjoy being nude when it’s a bit chilly.
  6. SoftSoles

    SoftSoles Member

    When indoors, I largely remain barefoot throughout the winter months - turning the heating up to 22C certainly helps to ensure that the cold doesn't affect my feet too severely. Sadly, my barefooting outdoors since the end of October, here in the UK, has become largely restricted to stepping out on to the drive to place rubbish in the bin, or heading out to the car to retrieve items.

    That said, with Xmas out of the way, I'm certainly hoping to experience odd days where temperatures exceed 10C, allowing me to enjoy a barefoot run or two (my feet are really missing it) along the beach and promenade, before the weather begins to improve from late March.

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