I've always had bad circulation, and it seems to be getting worse year on year. Yesterday (which was admittedly a very cold day, with a -16 start) my hands and feet got painfully cold, in spite of the fact that I'd worn my warmest socks and gotten new thermal glove liners. The hands aren't as much of a concern, but I could feel my control of the ski decreasing noticeably when I got to the point of losing feeling in my feet. I don't object to getting chilled - that's part and parcel of the sport - but if it starts interfering with my skiing then it's a problem!
I've worked on this in previous seasons with new boot liners, different socks, and even tried those stick-on toe warmers (not effective when it's as cold as it was yesterday). I'm wondering if something like this might be the answer: http://ecom1.sno-ski.net/bootheaters.html
Has anyone tried boot heaters? Do they work? Are there any issues with fit and ski control (I already wear footbeds in my boots)?
Advice on this - and any other ways for keeping my hands and feet from turning into blocks of ice - welcome. Unfortunately poor circulation runs in my family and my mom suffers from Raynaud's Syndrome, so I hope I'm not headed in the same direction.